Why did the company trend a false article about Megyn Kelly?
People can get addicted to almost any product. Do manufacturers have a responsibility to stop them?
Which is a different way of asking: Can a bot commit libel?
A look back at one of Gene Wilder’s most memorable roles, in a film that is as much about technology as it is about childhood
Social media’s millions of “invisible” users may be especially vulnerable to cyberbullying.
For self-driving vehicles to succeed, they’ll have to earn the trust of walkers, joggers, and bicyclists.
The European Commission ordered Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) from the tech giant over what it called “illegal tax benefits.”
As foreign hackers target election data, voters may lose faith in digital ballots.
Eileen Velez-Vega, who specializes in projects for airports, talks about being a woman in a male-dominated field.
There’s a whole literary subgenre devoted to inventions that ultimately destroy their inventors. Frankenstein didn’t turn out so well for…
The bishop of Rome and the CEO of Facebook met at the Vatican on Monday.
People are posting Instagrams of American national parks, and they’re delightful.
40,000 years of visual media in one surprising White House photograph
Apple just released a patch that fixes three giant vulnerabilities in iOS.
Humans discovered two new planets this week—one, remade by their efforts; the other, for light years away.
It can even be trained to read your lips.
A new team improves on the old “Earth at night” technique.
Machine learning could train software to spot verbal tics associated with schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.
The popularity of Alaska’s Bear Cam is a testament to technology’s influence on people’s connections with nature.
Internal documents appear to confirm that this week’s leak came from the agency.
Overused phrases—“I hope you’re well,” “Best,” etc.—are more valuable than they seem.