In a video for acTVism Munich, the renowned Marxist economist explains what "homework" Orwell would've benefited from.
The company has been granted a pair of patents for wristbands that would show the location of employees' hands in warehouses and provide feedback.
The vocabulary and speaking style of Donald Trump's press secretary resembles a form of speech from George Orwell's "1984."
As we struggle to keep up with the administration’s shifting explanations, it is difficult to remember the events of yesterday, let alone last week or last month.
This four-part series called "Universal Empire" examines the current stage of the neocon takeover of American policy that began after World War II.
A recent hearing by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform reviewed law enforcement use of facial recognition technology and got some troubling information.
I suspect we're about to have the screw-you presidency of all time, far surpassing George Orwell's vision. And believe me, that will prove to be dystopian beyond compare -- or do I mean beyond despair?
By any pollster's gauge, the schadenfreude factor was off the charts on Trump's social media platform of choice (that would be Twitter) and in various news outlets Tuesday following his bruising defeat by Ted Cruz in Iowa the night before.