Once upon a time, in the notorious start-up cradle, small was beautiful.
A cellphone video. An international dispute. The world is more confusing—and more exposed—than ever.
An executive’s leaked memo suggests that the company wants to return to the pre-Trump world.
Climate change will soon expose a crippling problem embedded in the nation’s infrastructure. In fire-ravaged California, it already has.
Despite what everyone says about the power of modern devices, they’re nowhere near as capable as the landmark early NASA system.
In an interview, the Facebook CEO hinted that the company is trying a new approach to misleading videos created through artificial intelligence.
The legendary internet analyst Mary Meeker’s latest report has some bad news.
To Millennials, at least
For years, tech companies have relied on a rhetorical sleight of hand. It’s not working anymore.
With enemies like these, the industry is going to need some friends.
Did technology disrupt the drug game, too?
Uber was the most valuable private company in history, but the public market has not been as enthusiastic. The reason explains a lot about how the tech industry works.
Faced with opponents along the political spectrum, tech needs a new way to emphasize its importance to the country, and the challenge of China could be that organizing narrative.
The sitting president just released a new tool in his war of words with tech companies.
A look-alike story was briefly publicized as part of a 2017 disinformation campaign.
Every stock-market bet is a prediction, but Uber’s vision of the future is particularly far-reaching and risky.
It’s not just the extent of his influence—it’s the nature of it.
5G is the next wave of wireless technology—but it might take a while.
Internet theorists and companies once declared themselves free of nations and governance, but that’s all over now.
A new Pew study finds a gulf between the general population and Twitter users.