Google’s sister company Waymo built the self-driving car. Now it needs to bring it to life.
After decades of making turkeys bigger, breeders are hoping new technologies can make them better.
The industry’s fall from grace may feel unprecedented, but we have a model for what happens when a beloved industry fails us.
“Rich people don’t get their own ‘better’ firefighters, or at least they aren’t supposed to.”
What will climate adaptation look like? A million individual products, each precisely targeted on social media to the intersection of a consumer culture and a catastrophe.
… if you’re not the average YouTube user
After 2016’s twitching needles and seemingly voter-proof forecasts, media companies are doing the unthinkable: waiting on the election returns.
Despite Donald Trump’s vaunted digital efforts, Facebook appears to have played a secondary role in the midterms.
Not even Mark Zuckerberg is sure what it will look like.
In the most recent data, Democratic candidates and their affiliates spent more than three times as much money as Republicans.
Tech companies are struggling to face a culture their platforms helped create, as trolls post racist, vile content in a way that camouflages dangerous people.
The candidate has outspent Ted Cruz by roughly $5 million—and every other candidate in the midterms by at least $3 million.
It’s yet another attempt by a government to use Facebook to sow discord in the United States.
A New York Times investigation shows that Google executives repeatedly mishandled sexual-misconduct claims. How will its executives be held responsible?
The U.S. media should not equate problems in other countries with its own social media travails.
Given five facts, only 17 percent of people over 65 were able to identify them all as factual statements.
As media companies tried to divine the desires of the world’s biggest platform, they fired writers and lost their way.
Meet the liberal group that’s running a new breed of digital campaign.
San Francisco’s scooters are back, and newly regulated. But is regulation enough to make them work in the long term?
Just a few years ago, tech employees said nothing. Now they can’t stop talking.