There were no software glitches or sensor breakdowns that led to a fatal crash, merely poor object recognition, emergency planning, system design, testing methodology, and human operation.
In a hearing today, European parliamentarian Guy Verhofstadt said many of the things that Facebook haters have been thinking.
Facebook wants more of its users to join "meaningful groups," but there can be questionable incentives for the people running them.
A report has found the tools have significant problems, but the company’s response portends improvement.
Why did AT&T pay the same company used to funnel hush money to Stormy Daniels?
Surprise! It’s a robot that pretends to be human, courtesy of Google.
And it ain’t “in my honest opinion.”
The platform has allowed our physical and digital selves to uncomfortably merge.
On the eve of its big annual conference, things are looking up for the world’s most profitable advertising company.
The anchor's claim that her blog was hacked to include homophobic posts looks implausible.
A new document reveals the scope of Facebook’s power—and a new commitment to transparency about it.
… then the Indian internet laughed at him.
The Facebook CEO’s defense of data collection is slipperier than it seems.
In a confrontation of technological power with political power, the Senate could not grapple with the way Facebook works.
Inside Uber’s latest attempt to rebuild its app for drivers, the biggest experiment in the gig economy.
It’s not about the business, the head of Facebook maintains, but about the conflicts among users.
Facebook announced yet another way that data leaked from the platform.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a master television producer, but the networks had a narrow view of what the black struggle for equality could look like.
The former head of Google’s self-driving car program talks about the new driverless technology company that he founded with veterans from Tesla and Uber.
Autonomous vehicles will transform urban life by 2020, if Waymo’s time line is correct.