Tech for Campaigns, a volunteer network of people with day jobs at companies like Google, is trying to drag Democratic campaigns into the digital age.
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Amid a growing call for governments to rein in the use of the technology, Microsoft became the first tech giant to join the chorus.
Operatives used cryptocurrency to obscure their identities and pay for the infrastructure needed to steal emails from Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Here’s a reminder of how technology aspirations and competition are at the heart of the battle between the United States and China.
With deals collectively worth billions of dollars at stake, the pressure is on advertisers and viral performers on sites like YouTube and Instagram to find the right match.
Booksellers on the online marketplace are charging thousands for books that normally sell for a few dollars. Authors are perplexed — and annoyed.
In an effort to free people from the phones, if just for a meal, one Manhattan restaurant suggests that diners stash their devices in a box on the table.
As Uber cleans up its corporate culture, employees have filed complaints about the chief operating officer, Barney Harford, for his comments about race and women.
SoftBank is turning itself into what is essentially a gigantic, publicly traded venture capital firm run by its founder, Masayoshi Son.
Google’s overhaul for the web may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but you can return to the previous version for a while longer.
The Detroit native studied at Penn and Stanford, worked for Goldman and Google, and now runs the gig economy pioneer that Ikea acquired in 2017.
The neighborhood-based site has found a foothold in the most local of pastimes as it tries to shed past negative publicity.
After studying 23,005 comments left on videos about science and related topics, a researcher says, “I could see why people would not want to be on YouTube.”
Some popular figures — including Barack Obama, Ellen DeGeneres, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Ashton Kutcher — lost a million or more in the crackdown.
In a letter to the Federal Trade Commission, Edward J. Markey and Richard Blumenthal expressed concern that Samba TV wasn’t transparent with viewers about data it collected.
Along with Apple Pay Cash, several apps and services make it easy to send and receive funds right on your phone, smartwatch or tablet.
The acquisition would be Broadcom’s first big move since its $117 billion bid for Qualcomm was blocked by the Trump administration in March.
Chinese companies dominate important parts of the global supply chain. The Australian C.E.O. of one alternative source of key minerals says her firm can’t fill the gap.
“We have received notice that you are deceased,” said the letter, which threatened legal action over outstanding debt and left the British woman’s husband “incredulous.”
Much of the internet feels terrible. But using the web to learn an offline hobby can give you a glimpse of a healthier relationship with your digital devices.
The lab at Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has graduated two projects — one to build delivery drones and another making internet-beaming balloons — into independent businesses.
Twitter will begin removing tens of millions of suspicious accounts from follower numbers, signaling a major new effort to fight fraud and restore trust on the platform.
Jada Yuan, who is circling the globe this year for The Times, packs a lot of tech for her journeys. A lot.
Apple’s new parental controls cut a teenager’s iPhone use in half. It wasn’t as effective on our personal tech columnist.
The time-honored travelers’ trick of charging your phone from the USB port on the hotel-room television is one option for powering up away from home.
The Information Commissioner’s Office said it was fining Facebook 500,000 pounds — the maximum allowed — for letting Cambridge Analytica harvest users’ information without their consent.
Chuck Robbins’s strategy is giving a Silicon Valley giant — one that used to benefit from technological complexity — momentum despite the growth of cloud computing.
Mr. Sorrell and his new firm, S4 Capital, beat out the advertising giant, his former company, for the purchase of MediaMonks.
The wholly owned operation, based in Shanghai, would be the first overseas factory for the automaker’s electric vehicles.
Sun Yian was seen as the country’s way into the huge Chinese tech boom. Instead, his disappearance has raised questions about Canada’s eagerness for deals.
Here’s how to cut to the chase and send your friends links to clips that start playback at a specific time.
The investment in Lime, an electric scooter start-up, is the latest effort by Uber to expand beyond ride-hailing.
Amazon says it will offer more than a million deals, including discounts on Echo devices, kitchen appliances and more — and extend the sale by an extra six hours compared with last year.
Facebook is working to spread its face-matching tools even as it faces heightened scrutiny from regulators and legislators in Europe and North America.
If you want to use a local data plan when traveling to another country, you might be able to get your carrier to free your phone for use on another network.
The venture firm, which plans to announce $1.65 billion in new funds, is hoping to use the money for new investments in Europe and Silicon Valley.
Looking through information stored by Facebook and Google was like reading a diary I hadn’t intended to keep.