Mark Zuckerberg’s remarks about Holocaust denial once again showed Facebook’s optimism about human nature.
MacArthur “genius” award winner Carrie Mae Weems’s reflections on police violence ask the audience to understand that, yes, brutal violence is America.
Philanthropy sounds nice, but it’s still a tax-sheltered way that plutocrats exercise power, says Stanford's Rob Reich.
Since 2016, the technology industry has been looking for answers. Code for America might have one.
A history of modern capitalism from the perspective of the straw. Seriously.
It’s not a good snapshot of the economy, which is incomprehensible anyway, and we now have far more information to understand the country’s companies.
How the many-chambered heart of the internet turned the Trump administration’s family-separation policy into a different kind of scandal.
Ride-hailing companies are diversifying away from their core business, but right into more direct competition.
A Chinese tech giant with connections to the government appears to be among Facebook’s partners in a data-sharing program.
A new report raises questions about just how much Facebook data phone manufacturers could access.
Telephone culture is disappearing.
It’s probably later than you think, and long after the internet became widespread.
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.