A certain senator’s page has seen nearly 100 edits this week alone.
How surprising is the tech billionaire’s endorsement, really?
The social network risks losing the goodwill it built up during the Arab Spring.
The record: June 2016 was the June with the highest average temperature ever recorded, according to the National Oceanic and…
The satellite-imagery giant DigitalGlobe will now provide high-resolution Earth imagery to Uber.
A major venture capitalist will speak in support of Trump, as dozens more decry him.
Carla Hayden is the first woman and African American to serve as Librarian of Congress.
At least for now
Due to data flukes, private homes are being besieged by the game’s players.
National outrage doesn’t necessarily translate to reform.
It’s bad news for publications.
Let’s overthink its “News Feed Values.”
More than a thousand volunteer actors gave tribute to the fallen soldiers of the Somme
Isaac Asimov, John Updike, and John Hersey changed their writing habits to adapt to word processors, according to the first literary historian of the technology.
The challenge of accounting for the damage reflects an outdated approach to cybersecurity.
It’s the cloudless map’s biggest update since 2013.
A British startup is assigning a unique name to every meter of Earth’s surface. Should addressing systems be universalized—and privatized?
Ev Williams became a billionaire by helping to create the free and open web. Now, he’s betting against it.
So the U.S. Navy is developing a new kind of system—built specifically for drone submarines.
Seven years ago, the presumptive Republican nominee called for urgent action to stop climate change.