WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'It is unacceptable for these titans to discriminate against users just because their viewpoints are not congruent with ideas popular in Silicon Valley,' said NRB President & CEO Jerry A. Johnson.
(RNS) The pope has been meeting with Silicon Valley chiefs and wants to mobilize Catholic youth through technology.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (RNS) With pro-gay, anti-gay, and I-don’t-know-yet-gay groups advocating for one thing or another, the individual lives behind these labels of sexual orientation have been lost.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out, and it's a really good thing for all those who will follow in his path.
(RNS) Religious emojis are on the rise. A new batch will be part of Unicode's upcoming release.
Tensions escalate over French comedian Dieudonne’s reverse Nazi salute. Books and texts are burned or banned in Lebanon, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan and Applestan. Utah’s gay newlyweds navigate a new political minefield.
Brett Robinson explores Steve Jobs' ability to intermingle technology and transcendence.
(RNS) Steve Jobs was a “none” before anybody knew what that meant.
(RNS) I don't think any enterprise has done more huffing, more blocking, bickering and begging for time than Christianity. We are the case study for trying to stand still in a rapidly moving stream, getting swept away, and still claiming the moral high ground while we drown. By Tom Ehrich.