The Internet Archive’s new software emulator will take you back to 1984.
“We have not now, have never had, and do not expect to have in the near future, any women students registered in our engineering department.”
The president’s critics are dipping into his vast Twitter archive to find evidence of hypocrisy—and maybe even fortune telling.
The takeout box and the fortune cookie are perceived as emblems of Chinese culture, when they’re actually central to the American experience of it.
Online warfare already affects wreaks havoc on the physical world, and it's only going to get worse.
“My job is not to win any popularity contests.”
There’s no way to know for sure, but Margaret Ann Neve was one of them.
Businesses and hospitals were disrupted in a massive wave of cyberattacks Friday. Such attacks have increased by more than 500 percent in recent years.
The ride-sharing giant is headed to trial with Waymo, and a federal judge is referring the case to the nation’s top prosecutor for further investigation.
Probably not, but his staffers might be.
“You have to be Albert Einstein to figure it out.”
From Xerox copiers to secret tapes to missing emails, machines are still at the center of modern political scandals.
Historians of the United States call the FBI director’s firing an extraordinary moment—but not entirely unprecedented.
The newspaper is getting bombarded by spam accounts, but it’s not clear why federal investigators might be involved.
Machines standardize all kinds of behaviors—including how people prepare meals.
Google downplayed the enormity of the scam in a series of statements.
Digital technologies make it easier for people to copy the work of other artists—yet the same tools make it more likely for them to get caught.
Technology is changing the way people think about—and participate in—democratic society. What does that mean for democracy?
The social platform says it has a problem with government-run efforts to manipulate public opinion.