And why it was so hard to see it coming
A cautionary tale about the dangers of big data
The world’s most powerful information gatekeepers neglected their duties in Las Vegas. Again.
Mark Zuckerberg wants the platform to be seen as having a huge effect on voting—but no impact on votes.
Seriously, just don’t worry about it.
From what we know now, it was too small to seriously influence the election, but too big to be an afterthought.
The largest community on Antarctica is set for a series of radical upgrades to its decaying infrastructure.
The most important technological advances of the past decade are converging inside the battle for your phone’s camera.
Sooner or later, the company will be forced to take on the responsibilities that come with being the world's dominant news distributor.
The company has made the perfect physical metaphor for the problem the internet poses to democracy.
As Apple unveils the latest version of the most successful consumer product of all time, two charts show the critical juncture the company faces.
Thanks to Hurricane Irma, the southwest of the state’s electrical grid will need a “wholesale rebuild.”
Nobody wants to be in the path of this mammoth storm.
A new survey of tech-company founders shows they’re socially liberal and favor taxing the rich, but as anti-regulation as hardcore Republicans.
If Facebook data has such a far reach, why does it contain basic errors of plausibility?
The 275 trillion pounds of water from Hurricane Harvey deformed the ground in Texas.
New images reveal the extent of the flooding in and around Houston in the wake of the brutal storm.
A Beltway scandal that calls into question the independence of a Google-backed think tank strengthens the argument that tech has too much money.
It isn’t just because of the weather, a historian argues.
An annotated list of trusted sources on the hurricane and its aftermath