Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
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Google Photos, introduced in 2015, has become one of the most emotionally resonant pieces of technology today. It is also shaping our narratives along the way.
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The Bay Area in California remains the nation’s high-tech epicenter. But New York’s tech work force has been growing impressively.
An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
Reporting on secretive technology companies sometimes means finding people who don’t want to be found. Jack Nicas, who covers Apple, relies on some old-school methods.
JBG Smith is the largest landowner in a Virginia area some have called a ghost town. That could change fast with Amazon’s new office plans.
Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.
The Long Island City site was designated as an “opportunity zone,” an incentive created by President Trump’s tax bill to help low-income areas attract investment.
Eager candidates offered name changes, helipads and even cactuses to entice the company into setting up shop.
Iddris Sandu has written code for Instagram and Twitter, and counts Barack Obama as a fan.
The states offered tax credits, rebates and other incentives to lure the online retail giant and 25,000 jobs. Neighboring states offered even more.
Amazon is not in the business of saving your hometown.
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After being passed over at Xerox, he became one of the few African-American chief executives of a Fortune 500 company when he took control of Avis.
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The object, made of 24-karat gold, honors Robert Henry Lawrence Jr., the first African-American to train as an astronaut.
After meeting with the governor and mayor, Amazon decided the men could put aside their differences, and it began to iron out a package worth over a billion dollars.
The billionaire Richard Liu, who has denied wrongdoing, was in Minneapolis attending a relatively new and lucrative academic program when he was arrested.
The Army has been working on a new model of antivehicle mines that could reduce the threat posed to civilians, if it works the way the service hopes.
For years, Facebook struck deals that gave device makers access to troves of user data. A disclosure to Congress details the company’s lax oversight of those partnerships.
Amazon promises tens of thousands of new jobs, but should we expect more than that?
As a company owned by the world’s richest man prepares to transform Long Island City, tenants of the Queensbridge Houses worry that they’ll be left behind.
Influencers are so 2014. And microinfluencers are so last week. Now advertisers see value in people with as few as 1,000 followers: the nanoinfluencers.
China’s slowing economic growth and weakening consumer sentiment pose a challenge to an e-commerce giant with world-swallowing ambitions.
The company’s Electron rocket carried a batch of small commercial satellites from a launchpad in New Zealand, a harbinger of a major transformation to the space business.
One hundred years after the end of World War I, the Army Corps of Engineers is still cleaning up the relics of experiments that helped develop chemical weapons to counter the Germans’ gas attacks.
Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo sought fame on social media by flaunting what nature — and men — gave them. Then they got locked up abroad.
The social media giant acted one day after Google, facing intense pressure from employees, made a similar decision.
After a disastrous performance two years ago, social media companies rightly took disinformation and voter suppression seriously ahead of the midterms.
The futurist philosopher Yuval Noah Harari thinks Silicon Valley is an engine of dystopian ruin. So why do the digital elite adore him so?
The World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, has long showcased flashy new tech. This year, discussions also dealt with counterterrorism, data breaches and surveillance.
A week after 20,000 employees around the globe staged a walkout over the handling of sexual harassment and assault cases, Google said it was altering some of its policies.
Here’s what happened when two Times tech reporters installed Facebook’s new Portal video-calling gadgets in their bedrooms.
Growing up in India, he slept on the floor of a house without a refrigerator. Today, the chief executive is steering Google through the most turbulent period in its history.
Robyn Denholm, an Australian executive, was named days before a regulatory deadline for the electric-car maker to replace its chairman.