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.
Google's uncertain future
Why you should delete your favorite apps this holiday season
Google wants to finish your sentences. That's a problem.
Can Apple make VR mainstream?
How the tech duopoly killed the headphone jack
The troubling age of algorithmic entertainment
Mark Zuckerberg's reckless idea of free speech
We're losing control of our computers
Is Microsoft's Surface Neo too little too late?
Amazon's dystopian plan to be anywhere and everywhere