As media companies tried to divine the desires of the world’s biggest platform, they fired writers and lost their way.
New Orleans is building a state-of-the-art, billion-dollar terminal. But is it planning for a future doomed by climate change?
Kanye and Kim have not broken up.
The White House wants to put an end to low-cost shipping from overseas, a move widely supported among U.S. e-commerce sellers.
The magazine’s editor acknowledged the cover story is a “puff piece,” but stood by his decision to defend the billionaire in dramatic fashion.
Meet the liberal group that’s running a new breed of digital campaign.
Companies are employing new techniques to detect fraud and tax evasion, from license-plate readers to the way you hold your phone.
The Microsoft co-founder was one of the most prolific philanthropists in the world—but he still died with $20 billion.
San Francisco’s scooters are back, and newly regulated. But is regulation enough to make them work in the long term?
Social media is turning an art form into an industry.
The platform has cast itself as the internet’s kindest place. But users argue harassment is rampant, and employees say efforts to stem it aren’t funded well or prioritized.
With the Olympics ahead, artificial-wave makers appear to be one-upping one another in their attempt to bring surfing to the world.
Before they were relegated to the domain of children, books with movable mechanisms explained anatomy, astronomy, and more to adults. An Object Lesson.
Amazon has patented technology that would allow its devices to read your emotional and physical state, and sell advertisements based on them. Are we entering the era of the mood-targeted ad?
Viewers are outraged that some of the site’s biggest celebrities have partnered with a controversial online counseling service.
The senator from Virginia says he’s “very annoyed” with Silicon Valley’s “pathetic” response to security concerns.
In India, thousands are embracing apps that allow them to pay for a ritual to be performed on their behalf.
Just a few years ago, tech employees said nothing. Now they can’t stop talking.
Harassment on the platform can be uniquely cruel, and for many it feels like there’s no escape.
The military wants future super-soldiers to control robots with their thoughts.
For the first time, police have compelled a suspect to unlock his phone using Face ID. The case reveals an interesting inversion: More advanced password technology is less protected from police seizure.
The voice revolution has only just begun. Today, Alexa is a humble servant. Very soon, she could be much more—a teacher, a therapist, a confidant, an informant.