Many things happened in the expansive, sprawling world of tech in 2022 and most were less than desirable.
For technology to truly reshape the world, we must move away from worshipping the cult of personality
Last month, amidst a seemingly sudden uptick in the number of rape cases across the country, the Brac James P. Grant School of Public Health released a study that showed 63 percent of participants—11,102 male respondents aged between 15 and 24, from all 64 districts (81 urban and 289 rural clusters)—believed that beating their wives is justified if they are denied sex.
Since the United States erupted in a spate of protests against systemic racism and racial violence last May, a slew of companies have banded together and boycotted business ties with Facebook. This week, Toggle reached out to Rakuten Viber CEO Djamel Agaoua, who answered our questions about the messaging platform cutting business ties with Facebook.
Three former students of the principal and founder of Sunbeams school remembers the pioneering educationist,
There’s a neat little signalling trick that creatives use when they want to convey to the audience of their art a sense of setting. At least it used to be neat, till Hollywood overused it and drove it into the ground. Now, for every time the Muslim call to prayer is heard in yet another war movie centred around the Middle East, you have at least one counter-culture filmmaker like Wes Anderson trying to keep the locations vague so as to focus on the story of the film.