Articles by Derek Mead
The only way to report on something as powerful as technology is to take a critical look at its relationship with the end user and everyone else.
JJ Abrams explicates just enough to keep you entranced (and no more).
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Can we do one with Roy Ayers now?
It's been another fun week in Motherboard land, and we've enjoyed chatting with a whole lot of you in the past couple weeks.
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Instead of burying discussion in a comments section, we want to publish the best for all to see.
The internet as a whole may be very real, but it's virtually impossible to know just how real its constituent parts actually are.
A game like Forza 6 is hyped and sold by featuring the most unattainable, stratospherically rare cars it can, even if that misses the point entirely.