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  1. While everyone obsessed over the iPod, I stanned the Zune

    While everyone obsessed over the iPod, I stanned the Zune

    The iPod turns 20 this year. That device changed tech as we know it, starting Apple's resurgence and eventual dominance of the tech industry. But while everyone reminisces about grinding ...

  2. Banning anonymous social media accounts won't stop hate speech

    Banning anonymous social media accounts won't stop hate speech

    In the wake of the tragic death of the member of parliament for Southend West, David Amess, fellow MPs have been talking about how to best protect both politicians and the public from ...

  3. How the original iPod got me through the war

    How the original iPod got me through the war

    I carried a Sig Sauer on my hip and an iPod in my pocket, but I was only authorized to use the pistol while on watch. It was March 2003. The second gen iPod had already launched, ...

  4. It's iPod's 20th birthday and people have a lot of feelings

    It's iPod's 20th birthday and people have a lot of feelings

    As a tech journo, I love it when people share their experiences of tech with me. It's so much more interesting than a review someone is being paid to write or a marketing blurb. So ...

  5. 20 years later, the iPod is still my favorite gadget

    20 years later, the iPod is still my favorite gadget

    The Apple iPod is now officially 20 years old. In this piece, we explain why it's the greatest gadget of all time.

  6. Google channels Big Tobacco with research censorship

    Google channels Big Tobacco with research censorship

    Here we go again. Not a week goes by without another report of Google's lawyers censoring vital scientific research around bias and fairness.

  7. Conservatives say Twitter suppresses their voices. Twitter says it amplifies them

    Conservatives say Twitter suppresses their voices. Twitter says it amplifies them

    It's tough being a conservative on Twitter. Everywhere you look, those damn liberals are censoring right-wingers for dropping truth bombs based on facts, not feelings. At least, ...