Navneet Alang is a technology and culture writer based out of Toronto. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, New Republic, Globe and Mail, and Hazlitt.
Why humans love technology that does literally only one thing
How Twitter robbed us of wonder
Algorithms have gotten out of control. It's time to regulate them.
Don't extend iMessage to Android. Make a universal messaging standard instead.
Apple used to offer only the best. Now it offers everything.
Why Apple's company culture could torpedo its streaming service
How Microsoft can make 'Windows Lite' a success
Why the foldable phone will flop
How YouTube broke itself
Why Apple always has the last laugh