Nir Eyal ran a course at Stanford University teaching would-be tech-heads the dark arts of behavioural engineering. His first book, Hooked, became a bible for tech execs who wanted to create products that would keep us swiping and scrolling. Now he’s back with an antidote to tech addiction (but not an apology).
As the growing popularity of personals ads signals a pivot to a slower, more gentle type of online dating, Rory McClenaghan looks back at the brief period he spent as an “opener” for men looking for love online.
Dead ringers: how the smartphone can connect everyone – the living and the dead…
With the launch of Google Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud on the horizon, is a Netflix-style gaming service the future for gamers?
He’s determined to send humans to Mars, wants to insert AI into our brains and got so fed up with the LA traffic that he started a company to build a tunnel underneath the city. Is there anything that Tesla CEO Elon Musk doesn’t do?