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Input/Output draws stories from the day’s news, digging deeper into Input’s features, reviews, essays, and reported pieces. We'll unpack unseen context, share valuable insight, and give voice to provocative points of view that illuminate and enhance our understanding of a future that’s just up ahead… read more

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Google’s Stadia finally comes to iOS / Nintendo’s toxic relationship with its biggest fans

December 30th, 2020


Sadly, the Input/Output podcast is going on indefinite hiatus, so this is the last episode for the foreseeable future….

Google recently launched its Stadia gaming platform on iOS and iPadOS, making it the first major …

How online beat markets are forever changing music / How Crocs won 2020

December 28th, 2020


The rapper Lil Nas X famously purchased the instrumental for his No. 1 hit “Old Town Road'' through the site BeatStars. The rise of sites like …

Apple’s Fitness+ workouts are actually fun / A mind-shattering male sex toy

December 25th, 2020


Fitness+ is Apple’s new fitness subscription service, which pairs an Apple Watch with video workouts delivered on an iOS device or Apple TV. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong has been working out with Fitness+ and, …

Why Facebook and Apple are feuding / Facebook wants to read your mind

December 23rd, 2020


Facebook recently purchased a series of full-page newspaper advertisements directed at Apple — an attack on the iPhone maker's new ad-tracking …

Harley-Davidson’s rad new e-bikes / A mobile power generator for preppers on a budget

December 21st, 2020


In the spring, Harley-Davidson’s electric bicycle offshoot, Serial 1, will release two e-bike platforms, the minimalist Mosh and the commuter-friendly Rush. Input news editor Craig Wilson recently got to try out the …

Ultralight titanium gifts for the holidays / The best battery-powered bikes, scooters, and more

December 18th, 2020


Input guides editor Evan Rodgers recently published a holiday gift guide full of ultralight titanium stocking stuffers – everything from a knife to …

Are Apple’s AirPods Max headphones worth $549? / Sony’s rumored next-gen PlayStation Portable

December 16th, 2020


Apple is closing out 2020 with one more thing: AirPods Max. The new over-ear headphones are available in five colors and feature active …

How to beautify your PS5 / Please stop making new emoji!

December 14th, 2020


The PlayStation 5’s widely mocked design comes with at least one advantage over the new Xbox: Its big side panels are easily removable and perfect …

GMC’s Hummer goes electric / BMW unveils its sleek, all-electric iX SUV

December 11th, 2020


GMC’s Hummer — once a symbol of gross excess — is getting an eco-conscious makeover. Beginning in fall 2021, you’ll be able to buy an electric …

5G conspiracy theorists are screwing up their Wi-Fi / Massachusetts poised to ban facial recognition by cops

December 9th, 2020


Conspiracy theorists claim Faraday cages will “protect” your router against 5G, so lots of people are buying the cages on Amazon. In turn, those customers are complaining that the devices are ruining their Wi-Fi signal. …

TikTok’s fantastic ‘Ratatouille the Musical’ / Nike’s legendary ‘Freddy Krueger’ SB Dunks

December 7th, 2020


Imaginative TikTokers have created, in bits and pieces, Ratatouille the Musical, based on the 2007 Pixar animated film about a rat named Remy’s efforts to become a chef. Input news writer Matt Wille is a huge fan of

Has Netflix become a ripoff? / How Biden’s FCC will improve the internet

December 4th, 2020


A Netflix subscription is now the worst value in streaming, according to an Input piece by Samuel Polay, co-host of the podcast Culture Vacuum. He …

Comcast will throttle all its internet customers / How Facebook plans to suck up to Joe Biden

December 2nd, 2020


Comcast first introduced a data cap on home internet service back in 2012, and in 2016 the company expanded it to 27 out of the 39 states in which it operates. Customers were able to avoid caps for years in Northeastern …

Apple ushers in a new MacBook era / Google’s mind-blowing Nest Audio smart speaker

November 30th, 2020


Apple has released a new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini, and none of them have Intel processors inside. Instead, they’re powered by Apple’s own M1 chip, part of a previously announced move away from processors …

Death to YouTube’s annual Rewind video / How “dadcore” fashion took over

November 25th, 2020


YouTube recently announced that due to 2020’s horribleness, it’s skipping its annual Rewind highlights video. This gave writer Ralph Jones an excuse to look back at YouTube Rewind 2018, the most disliked YouTube video …

Our ‘Blade Runner’ dystopia / We’re living in a cheesy horror movie

November 23rd, 2020


Photos of the orange skies caused by the recent wildfires in the West reminded many of the imagery from the movie Blade Runner 2049. Input news …

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ OnePlus 8T is the fall’s hottest phone / The YouTubers hellbent on destroying the iPhone 12

November 20th, 2020


Special-edition phones usually mean little more than a logo slapped on the back. But OnePlus’s 8T Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition — a partnership with the hotly anticipated video game — is so much more, according to Input

Should you give Amazon access to your garage? / The Nintendo Switch is still killing it

November 18th, 2020


Amazon is expanding its in-garage delivery program for Prime users. The company’s smart door program, myQ, was initially limited to a few dozen …

The Pixel 5 vs. iPhone 12 night photo challenge / The perfect phone for 2020

November 16th, 2020


Which new phone takes better night photos, Google’s Pixel 5 or Apple’s iPhone 12? Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong recently put them in a head-to-head test. He joins us to reveal the winner. And later: Forget the …

The mega-powerful Xbox Series X is here / Hypnotic GIF art for sale

November 13th, 2020


The Xbox Series X is here, and it’s a gaming monster. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong recently wrote an overview of what’s being touted as the …

The great ‘Stop the Steal’ Facebook prank / Elon Musk launches Tesla Tequila

November 11th, 2020


A large "Stop the Steal" Facebook group, ostensibly set up to protest the election count, got a surprise rebrand late last week. Some prankster or pranksters changed the name of the group to “Gay Communists for …

Google’s new Chromecast rules / Should the movie theater die?

November 9th, 2020


The new Chromecast with Google TV, a $50 streaming device, improves on earlier models with the inclusion of a remote control. It also comes with a …

How we grieve on Facebook / Don’t share suicide videos on social media

November 6th, 2020


Saying goodbye to your loved ones is already hard enough, but that feeling is magnified online — especially when the news of someone’s death comes unexpectedly via apps like Facebook or Twitter. Rae Witte recently wrote …

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ delay spurs death threats / Is Apple developing a search engine?

November 4th, 2020


The release of the open-world, action-adventure title Cyberpunk 2077 has been bumped back yet again, this time to December 10. The latest delay has spurred death threats against the game’s developers. Input editor Ryan …

How Instagram changed sneaker culture forever / An eco-friendly sneaker subscription service

November 2nd, 2020


Instagram, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary, is the most important thing that ever happened to sneaker culture, according to writer Rae …

The surprising Surface Laptop Go / Mercedes-Benz’s otherworldly concept car

October 30th, 2020


The Surface Laptop Go is a fantastic surprise, according to Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong. With a touchscreen, a great keyboard, and a real …

A new way influencers fake being rich / Why we need Apple Pay more than ever

October 28th, 2020


Influencers are buying empty shopping bags from high-end brands like Hermes and Pandora to pretend that they’re rich. And the people who resell the used, disposable bags are making good money, according to an Input

What Netflix’s ‘Sneakerheads’ series gets right / Jordan Brand goes all in on womenswear

October 26th, 2020


The new Netflix comedy series Sneakerheads centers on a family guy named Devin and his quest for a pair of legendary sneakers. Input senior editor Edgar Alvarez recently interviewed series creator Jay Longino about the …

The deepfake porn threat / The fight against racist porn

October 23rd, 2020


As the technology has gotten cheaper, there’s been an explosion of deepfake porn videos – clips in which people's likenesses are digitally inserted …

Should Twitter and Facebook ban questionable stories? / Why your iPhone 12 won’t come with EarPods

October 21st, 2020


Twitter and Facebook recently made controversial editorial decisions to reduce the spread of a disputed New York Post story about presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter. Republicans accused the platforms of …

Which iPhone 12 is right for you? / The ultimate foodie database

October 19th, 2020


Apple is releasing four new iPhone 12 models: the 12 Mini, the 12, the 12 Pro, and the 12 Pro Max. But which one should you choose? Do you even need …

Facebook’s long overdue QAnon ban / Adidas’ insane spiderweb sneakers

October 16th, 2020


Facebook recently announced it will ban all Pages, Groups, and Instagram accounts linked to the QAnon conspiracy movement. This marks a big step up …

Google’s new Pixel 5 and 4a 5G phones / Roman emperors get a digital makeover

October 14th, 2020


Google recently released details about its upcoming Pixel 5 and 4a 5G. They’re mid-range phones that don’t compete head-on with the iPhone 11 on tech specs. But they do have one camera feature that even the iPhone 11 …

The problem with Nike and Supreme drops / Make your sneakers levitate

October 9th, 2020


Nike and Supreme continue to do limited-edition product drops because they only care about hype, not making you happy, argues Input news writer Ian …

Coinbase’s controversial “no politics” policy / A sleek-looking DVR for the radio

October 7th, 2020


Brian Armstrong, CEO of the cryptocurrency company Coinbase, recently outlined the startup’s decision to remain “laser focused on achieving its …

Travis Scott’s meaningless collaborations / Black metal meets video games

October 5th, 2020


No one in hip-hop is better at leveraging their personal brand outside of music than Travis Scott, writes Input news writer Ian Servantes. But …

What’s wrong with Samsung’s Note S20 Ultra / The Tesla of electric skateboards

October 2nd, 2020


When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, with its spiffy new laser autofocus, Input guides editor Evan Rodgers figured it was a good bet to buy one. But he was sorely disappointed with the device’s camera …

A celeb-endorsed digital blackface app / Ikea’s eco-friendly secondhand store

September 30th, 2020


Reality TV stars Brody Jenner and Scott Disick recently came under fire for promoting the Gradient app, which lets you see what you’d supposedly look …

Tesla’s bold battery plan / Jeff Bezos’s beyond obscene fortune

September 28th, 2020


Tesla recently unveiled new battery tech that will help its vehicles go further while costing less. The automaker said that it will be building these next-generation batteries itself. It also revealed Tesla’s Model S …

Google disrupts the four-year degree / The sex educators of Instagram

September 25th, 2020


Google is looking to upend the U.S. college education system with its Google Career Certificates program, which will train people for in-demand jobs …

The PS5 launch games are underwhelming / Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2: yea or nay?

September 23rd, 2020


Sony recently announced that the PlayStation 5 will officially go on sale November 12 in the U.S. and other select territories for a starting price …

The Apple Watch Series 6 and more unveiled / Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain implant

September 21st, 2020


Apple recently unveiled its Apple Watch Series 6, which boasts a blood oxygen monitor, a two-and-a-half-times brighter display, and four new colors. …

Kanye West can’t let go of Nike / How the Apple Watch became essential

September 18th, 2020


Kanye West recently raised eyebrows by praising Nike products, specifically Jordans and the new ISPA Road Warrior, even though he’s currently under contract with Adidas. Kanye’s “vocal yearning for Nike” – a company the …

Get psyched for Xbox Series X and Series S / The Republicans’ war on social media

September 16th, 2020


On this episode of Input/Output, we discuss news that will delight gamers and infuriate social media users.

Microsoft's next flagship console, the …

Samsung’s damn cool Galaxy Buds Live / Can Allbirds shoes be cool?

September 14th, 2020


Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong recently reviewed Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds Live. His verdict: these bean-shaped wireless earbuds are damn cool …

A bonanza of Nintendo goodies / Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 vs. Microsoft’s Surface Duo

September 11th, 2020


Nintendo is celebrating the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. with a bonanza of goodies. Most exciting of them are an updated version of the Game & Watch handheld and new Mario titles for the Switch, including …

Musician Dan Deacon goes to the dogs / Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr.’s queer futurist art

September 9th, 2020


The Baltimore electronic musician Dan Deacon recently released his original score for Well Groomed, an HBO documentary about the colorful world of …

This Lego Nintendo toy rules! / Who is YouTube star Mr. Sausage?

September 4th, 2020


The Lego Nintendo Entertainment System is “the coolest toy of 2020,” raves senior reviews editor Ray Wong in a review for Input. This 2,646-piece …

Those Nintendo “Switch Pro” rumors / The mad scientist of Game Boy mods

September 2nd, 2020


Reports have emerged that Nintendo is planning to release an “upgraded” Switch in 2021. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong recently wrote about why it doesn’t make sense to put out a rumored 4K “Switch Pro.” Input

Spotify’s fake song scammers / Another thing wrong with Quibi

August 31st, 2020


Do you hate your favorite band’s latest song? If you’re listening on Spotify, that track might be a fake. It turns out that Spotify’s third-party …

Samsung’s fantastic Note S20 Ultra / The dream Game Boy clone

August 28th, 2020


Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a fantastic phone, according to Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong. The Note 20 Ultra fixes its sibling the S20 Ultra’s hit-or-miss autofocus and is stuffed to the gills with …

Facebook tightens its grip on Oculus / The Sega Dreamcast lives on

August 26th, 2020


Facebook, which bought Oculus in 2014, has announced that users will require a Facebook account to use an Oculus VR device. It’s a move that has …

Microsoft’s alluring Surface Duo / Ford’s exhilarating new Bronco

August 24th, 2020


Microsoft recently provided details on its first foray into phones in years, the Surface Duo, which launches September 10. After hearing what Microsoft had to say about the dual-screen device, which runs on Android,

Revel’s dangerous scooter business / BMW’s electric car ambitions

August 21st, 2020


In late July, after two of its riders died in the span of nine days, Revel suspended operations for its electric scooter service in New York City. …

Nike bums out Grateful Dead fans / OnePlus’s middling wireless earbuds

August 19th, 2020


The new Nike SB Dunk Low “Grateful Dead” shoe was one of the hottest drops of 2020. But not everyone was stoked about it. Some Deadheads complained …

Trump’s TikTok obsession / Twitter, quit scaring us!

August 17th, 2020


President Trump wants to ban TikTok and has issued an executive order meant to do just that. But the real reason Trump is obsessed with the Chinese-owned social video app has nothing to do with the security reasons he’s …

The ’90s most visionary TV show / Where to go for virtual hugs

August 14th, 2020


In 1993, ABC aired a five-part, ambitious miniseries called Wild Palms. The show, produced by Oliver Stone, was a sprawling treatise on polarized …

Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphones / Gaming on the original Fold

August 12th, 2020


Last week, Samsung formally unveiled its newest products at its Galaxy Unpacked virtual event. Among the company’s new devices are two versions of …

Google’s forgettable Pixel 4a / De'Longhi’s life-changing espresso machine

August 10th, 2020


Google’s Pixel 4a, a mid-range Android phone, has been widely praised by the tech press. But Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong doesn’t see what the big deal is. In his review of the Pixel 4a, Ray deems the $349 …

Quibi’s sad, lonely subreddit / The ‘Gamer Girl’ controversy

August 7th, 2020


Quibi, the short-form content platform with a silly name, has been widely mocked. It’s also proved to be a commercial failure: 92 percent of Quibi users canceled after their free three-month trial period. So it’s no …

OnePlus’s impressive mid-range phone / The North Face’s amazing waterproof tech

August 5th, 2020


The recently released OnePlus Nord is the first mid-range phone you won’t hate. It boasts six cameras and 5G, all for under $500. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong was impressed by the Nord, writing that “OnePlus …

Super Nintendo World sneak peek / Instagram’s delightfully dumb new meme

August 3rd, 2020


Video of the under-construction Super Nintendo World, a Mario-themed attraction at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, recently leaked on the internet. And it looks amazing. Senior reviews editor Ray Wong wrote about the …

Which face masks work best? / Black queer streetwear designers

July 31st, 2020


Despite repeated reminders from public health officials to wear face masks when we're outside, there aren’t many detailed guidelines that can tell us which homemade masks work better than others. However, researchers at …

The ultrarich are killing the planet / The ultimate underground bunker

July 29th, 2020


Society considers being filthy rich something to aspire to. However, scientists argue in a new analysis, the pursuit of affluence goes directly against the idea — and feasibility — of a sustainable system. Input news …

The Tesla of electric bikes / A crazy fast electric motorcycle

July 27th, 2020


The Superstrata Ion electric bike has Tesla-like ambitions. Produced by Arevo, it will feature the world’s first unibody carbon fiber bike frame, 3D-printed to your personal body size. Input senior reviews editor Ray …

TikTok’s anti-Semitism problem / A real-life choose-your-own-adventure

July 24th, 2020


A song that joked about the Holocaust recently went viral on TikTok. It was featured in videos that got more than 6.5 million total views before the …

The queen of useless machines / The magic of Tamagotchi On

July 22nd, 2020


Marina Fujiwara is a twentysomething Japanese artist best known for her useless inventions. Her seemingly pointless projects – like a contraption that attaches to the top of your laptop and slaps your face with a wad of …

Nike’s Road Warrior sneaker / Adidas’s new marathon shoe

July 20th, 2020


Nike’s new Road Warrior sneaker, part of the ISPA 2020 collection, looks insane. It features a lace-less tying mechanism, lightweight knit patch …

Apple’s new design direction / Hackintosh, R.I.P.

July 17th, 2020


When Apple recently introduced its new macOS, Big Sur, you may have noticed something different about its icon and user interface design. The company has embraced what’s called neumorphism, an updated approach to …

Elon Musk’s short shorts / Ghislaine Maxwell: secret redditor?

July 15th, 2020


Tesla has a brand-new product: red satin short shorts emblazoned with the word “S3XY” on the rear. The booty shorts sold out right away, so the only …

TikTok’s data collection secrets / The joy of Lesbian TikTok

July 13th, 2020


Lots of parties, including the U.S. government, have expressed privacy concerns about TikTok, the social network run by Chinese company ByteDance. …

Can Kanye West save the Gap? / The queer streetwear movement

July 10th, 2020


The Gap recently announced that it was teaming up with rapper and fashion designer Kanye West. The co-branded Yeezy Gap line will hit stores in 2021 and feature modestly priced apparel for men, women, and children. Input

The secret to amazing Zoom video / Waydoo’s awesome electric surfboard

July 8th, 2020


Tired of using your crappy webcam for all those Zoom calls? Then go high-def using your DSLR camera instead. Input guides editor Evan Rodgers recently wrote about how you can easily have the best-looking video on your …

Buying books? Screw Amazon! / The radical comic of the moment

July 6th, 2020


Jeff Bezos is the richest man on earth. So quit buying books from Amazon and start supporting indie booksellers instead – especially now that small retailers have been hit so hard by the coronavirus. Input news writer …

Build a killer gaming PC / Photoshop’s most wonderful feature

July 1st, 2020


From ‘Death Stranding’ to ‘Cyberpunk 2077,’ lots of high-profile PC games are coming out in the second half of this year. And you’re going to want a killer gaming PC to play them all. Luckily, Input guides editor Evan …

The Instagrammers documenting celebrity fits / Changing racist coding terms

June 29th, 2020


Name a stylish celebrity and chances are there’s an Instagram account dedicated to their outfits. Input senior editor Edgar Alvarez recently …

Apple unveils iOS 14 / Tim Cook’s fashion sense

June 26th, 2020


At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, which was virtual this year, the tech giant announced the next version of its mobile software, iOS 14. Apple also officially said it’s transitioning away from Intel …

The truth about Supreme and tear gas / The perfect protest app

June 24th, 2020


The Carlyle Group owns 50 percent of the streetwear brand Supreme. Carlyle also once held a minority stake in a manufacturer of tear gas used by …

The PS5 is ugly / How to get “Japan-only” streetwear

June 22nd, 2020


Sony recently unveiled its next-generation gaming console, the PlayStation 5, and a good deal of the internet hated the flashy design, mocking it …

Nike’s Space Hippie sneakers / Best black-owned brands

June 17th, 2020


One of the most anticipated sneaker collections of the year, Nike’s sustainable Space Hippie line, drops in North America on July 3rd. Input senior …

The Virgil Abloh controversy / Dyson’s failed electric car

June 15th, 2020


Prominent black designer Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear and founder of Off-White, has come under fire recently. First, for his reaction to looting amid the Black Lives Matter protests, …

Quit your job, Mark Zuckerberg! / The great Sonic debate

June 12th, 2020


Mark Zuckerberg is not the leader billions of people need right now, showing time and again he is unfit and unequipped to navigate the complex issues …

Steve Aoki’s quarantine diary

June 10th, 2020


The world-famous electronic musician Steve Aoki hasn’t had this much time off the road in a decade and a half. But the DJ, who’s sheltering in place with his “quarantine crew” at his home in Las Vegas, is as busy as …

The horrible cult of productivity / The wonderful part of Twitter

June 8th, 2020


Tips for being productive during the coronavirus pandemic reveal our society’s obsession with commodifying every single aspect of our lives, argues Input news writer Mehreen Kasana in a provocative essay. She joins us …

How New Balance got cool / The strange virtual world of IMVU

June 5th, 2020


New Balance sneakers have long had the reputation of being dad shoes. But more recently, New Balance has actually become cool. Input news writer Ian …

How ‘Uncut Gems’ stayed in focus / Betting on pro wrestling

June 3rd, 2020


The critically acclaimed film Uncut Gems recently hit Netflix. In the movie, star Adam Sandler is always on the move — and always in focus, thanks to a piece of camera tech called the Light Ranger 2. Writer Charles …

Obsessed with home decor / The Gizmondo’s wild history

June 1st, 2020


Now that most of us are sheltering in place, our priorities are changing. Input news writer Ian Servantes is no exception. He recently wrote an essay for Input called “I used to care how I looked. Now I only care about …

Inside Club Quarantine / Underground rap’s YouTube influencers

May 29th, 2020


Every night of the week, people from all over log on to the queer online dance party Club Quarantine, which has attracted celebrity guests like Charli XCX. Input news writer Matt Wille joins us to discuss why the party …

‘Betty’ star Rachelle Vinberg’s quarantine diary / Fran Drescher’s 5G conspiracy theories

May 27th, 2020


Skateboarder and actress Rachelle Vinberg stars as Camille in the new HBO series Betty, which centers on a diverse group of young women making their way in the male-dominated New York City skate scene. Over the course …

Virtual reality’s revival / Tinder is a nightmare

May 22nd, 2020


Almost two years ago, Input editor in chief Joshua Topolsky thought that virtual reality was on its deathbed. Then something amazing happened. Joshua …

Shopping feels bad / Boat shoes are good

May 20th, 2020


Our relationship with buying things online has only gotten more complicated thanks to the coronavirus outbreak. Why does shopping feel so bad right now? Input senior editor Edgar Alvarez joins us to answer that …

What is wrong with Elon Musk? / Hyundai’s concept cars are becoming real

May 18th, 2020


Tesla CEO Elon Musk can’t stop saying dumb things. So argues Input editor in chief Joshua Topolsky in his blunt essay “What is wrong with Elon Musk?” …

Sex toys for self isolation / Porn stars turn to camming

May 15th, 2020


Since we all began sheltering in place, lonely singles and bored couples alike have had to find new ways to amuse themselves. Consequently, sales of …

How "Final Fantasy VII" changed my life and my hair / E-bikes for the apocalypse

May 13th, 2020


One of the most anticipated video games of the year, ‘Final Fantasy VII: Remake,’ came out for the PlayStation 4 recently. The game is a, well, remake of the original ‘Final Fantasy VII,’ originally released in 1997. To …

Thank god for the internet / Social media makes chronic pain a little less hellish

May 5th, 2020


In the age of coronavirus, the internet has become more important than ever in terms of how we work, how we play, and how we socialize. It’s hard to imagine living through this pandemic without it. Input editor in chief …

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