AI invades ‘word of the year’ lists at Oxford, Cambridge and Merriam-Webster

Few would disagree that 2023 was, in the world of technology at least, dominated by artificial intelligence. The dictionaries have taken note in their “word of the year” lists, and notably

NerdWallet, Gen Z and the value of the written word

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is our Wednesday show, the time of the week when we niche down t

If Instagram Were More About Words Than Things, You’d Have Whims for iOS

Instagram is huge because it's a network made of people who are passionate about taking pictures of things that they see and then dropping a cool filter on them to enhance their vision. It caught on i

Welcome To TechCrunch’s Words-Driven Friday

For the rest of today, every story you read in TechCrunch's main news river will contain words<a target="_blank" href="http://venturebeat.com/2012/09/21/welcome-to-venturebeats-reporting-driven-friday

Concept Art Dictionary Gives A Word’s First Google Image Result Instead Of A Definition

Here's something that you'll either want to buy immediately -- or that will just strike you as a giant waste of paper. There's no in between. Though I will venture a guess that Sergey Brin was going t

Guess what Merriam-Webster's word of the year is?

Merriam-Webster has named "w00t" the word of the year for 2007. W00t! President John Morse says that it’s the "ideal choice because it blends whimsy and new technology." &quo