David Z. Morris

David Z. Morris

David Z. Morris is a contributor for Fortune, writing frequently about technology.

50 Percent of Teens Say They're 'Addicted' to Their Phones
Smartphones

50 Percent of Teens Say They're 'Addicted' to Their Phones

New poll confirms what many of us have seen firsthand.
PayPal to Drop Purchase Protection for Crowdfunding Projects
PayPal

PayPal to Drop Purchase Protection for Crowdfunding Projects

Believe it or not, that's a good thing for crowdfunding.
Study Says Jet-Drying Technology Spreads Infectious Agents Further Than Paper Towels
Sanitiation Technology

Study Says Jet-Drying Technology Spreads Infectious Agents Further Than Paper Towels

Those air dryers aren't as sanitary as you think.
You May Have to Pay More for Ecommerce Orders Because of Minimum Wage Hikes
Ecommerce

You May Have to Pay More for Ecommerce Orders Because of Minimum Wage Hikes

New report says each $1 increase in average hourly wages would add $1 million in costs to a warehouse with a staff of at least 500.
What Does Twitter's Algorithmic Feed Mean for Social Marketing?
Marketing Bootcamp

What Does Twitter's Algorithmic Feed Mean for Social Marketing?

It's potentially disruptive for the many businesses who use Twitter and Instagram to try and reach customers.
MIT Students Win Hyperloop Competition, Where Musk Makes Surprise Appearance
Hyperloop

MIT Students Win Hyperloop Competition, Where Musk Makes Surprise Appearance

SpaceX organized the Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend at Texas A&M in College Station to help accelerate development of a functional Hyperloop.
Why Tesla's Gigafactory Could Be Obsolete Before It Even Opens
Make More Happen

Why Tesla's Gigafactory Could Be Obsolete Before It Even Opens

A disruptive shadow looms over Tesla Motors' giant Nevada-based battery facility.
Are Trains and Self-Driving Cars Headed for a (Political) Collision?
Make More Happen

Are Trains and Self-Driving Cars Headed for a (Political) Collision?

The promise of autonomous vehicles is becoming a talking point for opponents of mass transit systems.