Secretly watching users navigate an app can help companies fix bugs. But it can also be a tool to manipulate customers’ behavior.
The author of the book that inspired The Social Network reflects on a decade of Mark Zuckerberg’s career.
On its 15th anniversary, a look at how the site has changed social life by keeping weak connections on life support forever
The company enables the surveillance that supposedly offends its values.
Welcome to the abyss of the “reverse supply chain,” where hope springs eternal.
No meme account is safe—not even @God.
The Democratic lawmaker’s memorable moment during Sundar Pichai’s congressional testimony helped one party: Google.
Sundar Pichai struggled to explain the reality of his company’s power to a House committee convinced of a liberal conspiracy.
Google’s sister company Waymo built the self-driving car. Now it needs to bring it to life.
In Toronto, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, hopes to create the sensor-filled metropolis of tomorrow.
In the Wild West of “influencer” marketing, there are few protections and plenty of easy marks.
The industry’s fall from grace may feel unprecedented, but we have a model for what happens when a beloved industry fails us.
How selling Adobe Lightroom presets took the “influencer” world by storm
… if you’re not the average YouTube user
Despite Donald Trump’s vaunted digital efforts, Facebook appears to have played a secondary role in the midterms.
Thousands of employees around the world left their desks today to protest sexual harassment. But they’re going to have to do a lot more to make lasting change.
Not even Mark Zuckerberg is sure what it will look like.
Just ask Bill Gates how it works.
Facebook has identified, and fixed, an exploit that allowed attackers to gain control of user accounts. These failures are so common and so widespread, it’s becoming hard to even notice them.