Mr. Musk deleted the Facebook pages of two of his companies, SpaceX and Tesla. He and the Facebook C.E.O., Mark Zuckerberg, have, er, not always gotten along.
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In opening statements of government’s case to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, the two sides offered starkly different visions of the TV industry.
Shares of Dropbox, the file-sharing company, jumped 45 percent on their first day of trading Friday. The debut is a promising sign for other start-ups.
In Menlo Park, Calif., Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them?
Recent versions of the Mac operating system include the ability to watch web video in a separate floating window so you can play while you work.
The offering could prompt other so-called unicorns to go public, letting investors and founders reap large gains that currently only exist on paper.
Think first before you retweet that bit of fake news.
The justification for Washington’s tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese imports shows the rise of intellectual property as a major trade issue.
The changes appear to address some common gripes, like how some posts can keep appearing on your feed seemingly for days.
We can blame Facebook and Cambridge Analytica for the damage they’ve done, but the responsibility lies with all of us.
Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook’s reliance on advertising aligned with its mission to build a community. But what if Facebook cost $5 per month to use?
The video streaming company said that it would ban videos promoting the sale or manufacture of firearms and their accessories.
Virtual assistants already have some ability to hold conversations with people, but the technology will get even more talkative.
The ship was torn apart by Japanese torpedoes during World War II. Hundreds of sailors died, including the five Sullivan brothers of Waterloo, Iowa.
At the exclusive three-day conference run by Amazon in the California desert, the merely brilliant rub shoulders with the geniuses.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which data from over 50 million Facebook profiles was secretly scraped and mined for voter insights, many Facebook users have decided to delete their accounts — but untangling yourself from a site like Facebook is not as easy as pressing “delete.”
Facebook’s chief executive spoke with The New York Times about data privacy of users, Cambridge Analytica and the company’s next steps.
Brian Acton, one of the creators of WhatsApp, sold his company to the internet giant for $19 billion. Now he’s telling people to “#deletefacebook.”
Patrons of the social network are deleting their profiles in protest over reports that the company allowed a political data firm to harvest private information.
In his first public statements concerning a scandal involving Cambridge Analytica, Mark Zuckerberg said “there’s more to do, and we need to step up and do it.”
The social network may be too large to truly quit. Our personal tech columnist answers questions from readers who are contemplating deactivation.
Researchers introduced SoFi, a soft robotic fish that can be operated underwater with a souped up Super Nintendo controller.
Amid a data scandal this week, Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, have been nowhere to be found in public.
The plan would create a system where digital businesses in Europe would have to pay taxes on their revenues, rather than their profits, to curb tax avoidance.
With this year’s April 17 filing deadline fast approaching, many virtual currency traders are sweating over their tax returns.
Vindu Goel, our technology reporter in Mumbai, explains how cheap mobile data is changing the country and why WhatsApp is indispensable.
After changing the fundamental idea of chip design, former academics Dave Patterson and John Hennessy have received “the Nobel Prize of computing.”
The photo-sharing social network includes a feature for posting and annotating multiple photos and videos in one daily collection.
The automaker said it wanted to reassess its testing program after an autonomous Uber vehicle killed a pedestrian.
Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief information security officer, who plans to leave the company by August, is known in Silicon Valley for his strong stands.
Here’s what you need to know about a courtroom battle that could determine how you watch HBO or even sports.
After enduring criticism for allowing the rapid spread of conspiracy theories, the tech giant opened up its checkbook to support reliable journalism over the next three years.
Your interest in Kim Kardashian West can tell researchers how extroverted (very), how conscientious (more than most) and how open-minded (only somewhat) you are.
Apple’s tablet has a headphone jack and a Lightning port to plug in external devices, but you can also pair gadgets and sling files wirelessly.
Leading Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are forming a Founders for Change coalition to deliver a message to the white- and male-dominated world of venture capital.
Reno is among several Western cities experiencing congestion and new tensions as California residents and businesses seek more affordable locations.
In an event organized by The New York Times and How To Academy, the historian and author Yuval Noah Harari offered his predictions for the future.
Humans, Mr. Harari warned, “have created such a complicated world that we’re no longer able to make sense of what is happening.”
Undercover video shows the president’s digital consultants acting like thugs.
After learning how advisers to Donald Trump exploited the company’s vulnerabilities to get him elected, Congress needs to strengthen privacy laws.
Sure, third-party Facebook apps collected data about users’ lives. But they seemed convenient and harmless, and, really, what could go wrong?
There are some practical solutions to safeguard some of your data, like installing software to block web tracking technologies.
To sustain the commercial space race, we need to streamline and coordinate rules to manage the proliferation of private satellites.
The Trump administration also blacklisted four associates of President Nicolás Maduro, pressuring a government it has accused of graft and repression.
The social network was said to have reached a deal with the executive to depart after disagreements over how to address its role in spreading disinformation.
On Sunday, a woman in Arizona died after being struck by a self-driving car operated by Uber. Here is a guide to how autonomous vehicles operate.
A political data firm tied to the Trump campaign gained access to information on 50 million Facebook users. Here is how it happened, and the uproar it has caused.