Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram’s co-founders, resigned from the photo app on Monday. Their exits add to the challenges facing Facebook, which owns the app.
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As tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods go into effect on Monday, tech and telecom companies warn that America’s dominance is at risk.
The e-commerce giant uses its headquarters city as a living laboratory, trying out new retail and logistics models.
Favorable regulations and an influx of venture capital have made London a testing ground for banks without physical branches.
USAReally might look like any other fledgling news organization. But some cybersecurity experts believe it may be part of a retooled Russian propaganda operation.
The chip maker claims Apple wanted to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm technology and make sure Intel’s chips were just as good.
And now we can all say Zendaya properly.
The woman, who worked as a contractor for Facebook for nine months, cited her viewing of thousands of images of rapes, killings and other disturbing acts.
The government says its identification system for public services has already saved billions of dollars, but critics are worried about data security and a surveillance state.
Instagram’s co-founders, who resigned on Monday, presided over a company that boomed with help from technological advances and societal changes.
As technologies threaten to displace service workers, unions are making job protection and new opportunities a priority in contract talks.
My goal, in writing about the annual hacking and cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas, was to show a more nuanced portrait of the hacker community, while protecting my data.
In the 1960s, Dr. Kao outlined the potential capacity of fiber optic cables for storing information, laying the technical groundwork for modern communications.
Robot furniture is happening. This is the single greatest thing to happen to humanity ever, the robots told us to say.
How YouTube family vlogs are remaking childhood itself to fit the algorithm. Episode 7 of our video series.
The Markup, dedicated to investigating technology and its effect on society, will be led by two former ProPublica journalists. Craig Newmark gave $20 million to help fund the operation.
Amazon, Google and Twitter executives are heading to Congress. Should legislators give consumers control over the data companies have on them?
At Defcon, one of the world’s largest hacking conferences, new pressures are reshaping the community’s attitudes toward privacy and anonymity.
Boston Dynamics often makes a splash with videos of its anthropomorphic robots. But after years of work, it is not clear who would buy them or what they would be used for.
Sundar Pichai said in an email to staff on Friday that the company does not alter search results for political gain.
PayPal will stop processing all payments for the conspiracy website, its online store and its subsidiaries.
In the next few years, it doesn’t appear that technology will replace many jobs. But that could change 10 years from now.
The announcement that Mr. Bezos would start a network of Montessori preschools has made some in the education world wary.
Two members of Congress asked for details of practices concerning the personal data of viewers younger than 13.
Amazon announced more than a dozen devices and tools for its Alexa voice assistant, including a microwave.
A for-profit venture with exclusive rights to use the center’s vast archive of tissue slides has generated concerns at the nonprofit cancer center.
The government hopes the move will get students to pay more attention in class and talk more to each other. But some doubt whether the ban can be enforced.
Smart home devices will tell you the weather and answer trivia questions, sure, but they can do so much more. Try these tips to streamline your day, relax a little or just have some fun.
Technology is crowding curbs with ride hailers and keeping homeowners fixated on housing values. Here are the tools that Emily Badger, a writer for The Upshot, uses to analyze the ripple effects.
Researchers are examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes.
Seven weeks before the midterm elections, the social network is setting up a central hub to root out disinformation and false news. We visited the operation.
They’re not as shiny as diamonds, but smog free rings are considered sustainable and ethical — and they’re also much more affordable.
Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine and Chris Pratt are cumulatively worth $150 million, according to your Google results. Are they really?
It’s “Internetting After Dark,” the show about the show. There’s a cat in here!
The European Union’s antitrust chief announced an inquiry into the e-commerce giant over its use of data collected about third-party merchants.
Here’s what the Amazon founder’s vast fortune tells us about the economic concentration of the tech industry — and how he might help unravel that for the world.
The faster speeds and larger screen sound boring on paper. But an electrical heart sensor gives a glimpse of the promise to come, our reviewer writes.