Surprise eggs and slime are at the center of an online realm that’s changing the way the experts think about human development.
The company’s problems extend well beyond its former CEO, Travis Kalanick.
The process began with Obama, but the new administration is using technology designed for tracking down terrorists to surveil immigrants more than ever before.
The tech giant just hired two industry heavy-hitters as it tries to move into a realm occupied by Netflix and Amazon: scripted television.
Investors forced the brash executive’s resignation for the good of the company—but what does that mean for its future?
Travis Kalanick’s resignation was reportedly prompted by a shareholder revolt.
Yes, but it didn’t act alone.
Tech companies are rapidly developing tools to save people from the drudgery of typing out conversations—and the impact could be profound.
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Telepathy, echolocation, and the future of perception
The freshman House representative Ro Khanna wants to see a broad rethinking of how the government evaluates mergers like Amazon-Whole Foods.
People who share dangerous ideas don’t necessarily believe them.
The behemoth’s acquisition of Whole Foods is making some wonder whether the firm is just too big.
A state-run French computer service from the 1980s offers a cautionary tale about too much reliance on today’s private internet providers.
Companies are vying to bring better internet to the skies, but the path to success is almost unbelievably complicated.
Why the president, who appears allergic to the logic of bureaucracy, keeps getting defeated by that humblest of technologies, the office memorandum
When Facebook designed chatbots to negotiate with one another, the bots made up their own way of communicating.
There are two big reasons that could explain the tech giant's reported interest in acquiring the workplace chat platform.
The researchers compiling the U.S. Army’s accounts of Iraq and Afghanistan have an unprecedented—and overwhelming—volume of material to work through.
People are flocking to the profile page of a man identified as the suspect in a shooting at a Congressional baseball practice—and leaving lots of messages.
Less than 24 hours after unveiling policies meant to combat sexism, David Bonderman resigns over remarks about women.