Kanye West's Tidal exclusive could hurt both him and his fans
By making his new album exclusive to one streaming service, Kanye put business before art.
Coming to terms with my game backlog
If you want to truly experience a time-hungry RPG, you need a plan.
Film's cinema comeback is driven by nostalgia, not logic
Digital is now technically as good and gives directors more options.
Twitter should make harassment, not algorithms, a priority
Stop the abuse first.
Atari Lynx: A romance of high scores and low batteries
Money can't buy you love, but it can buy you a sweet retro handheld.
Slow down, Apple: Perfect your iOS apps before moving to Android
Android fans might appreciate using Apple apps, but they don't need the same old Apple kinks.
I'm too out of shape for virtual reality
For the first time in my life, physical fitness matters for playing video games.
Confusion over FAA drone registry results in privacy problems
Drone owners' names and addresses are public if they register in the wrong place.
Farewell to the Ziegfeld, one of the last movie palaces
We attended the final film screening at Manhattan's largest single-screen cinema, which abruptly shut down last week.