What would you do if a quake struck two blocks from your home?
The key takeaways from two days of testimony about Russia’s electoral mischief during the 2016 election
Newspapers once featured telegraph items that bear a striking resemblance to tweets.
This week’s Senate hearing highlights a deep tension in the tech giants’ self-definitions.
In times like these, the magazine must come clean about the ways it profited from Russia’s electoral mischief.
What happens when the internet thinks you’ve been indicted
Under intense congressional scrutiny, the social giant will have to answer questions about whether it can rein in its own product.
The option to bypass title sequences seems convenient, but it also tightens the bond between viewer and screen.
The author of the classic humor piece on his “spewing” of joy for autumn
In the medieval church, “incorrupt” remains signaled virtue, chastity, and holiness. An Object Lesson.
A case for embracing the “augmentation” of human minds and bodies
The company's global ad business is now larger than that of Facebook, Alibaba, Baidu, Twitter, Amazon, and Snap, combined.
The tech giant wants a key to your house. Give them access to an empty box on the porch instead.
The U.S. Army is developing a new way to test technologies and tactics—but first they have to get tens of thousands of soldiers to play it.
A luxury bicycle computer forecasts a welcome future of humble, embedded systems.
For health care, the answer is a matter of life and death.
Facebook’s latest test disrupted the news ecosystem in six small countries. Does the company owe them anything?
Why did words that end in “tron” once sound so futuristic?
The ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee believes Facebook, Google, and Twitter aren’t searching hard enough to learn the extent of Russian interference.
DeepMind’s new self-taught Go-playing program is making moves that other players describe as “alien” and “from an alternate dimension.”
Facebook and Google's push to personalize the news is the latest seismic shift in tech giants’ influence on the information landscape.