In the last year, Russian hackers have gone from infiltrating business networks of energy, water and nuclear plants to worming their way into control rooms.
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Paul Jacobs, whose father helped found Qualcomm, will not be renominated to the board after he began considering taking the chip maker private.
The Justice Department’s case to block AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner is set for trial next week, in one of the most anticipated antitrust battles in years.
In this week’s tech newsletter, Kevin Roose discusses the fraud charges against Theranos, the smoke-and-mirrors biotech company.
Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from a huge swath of the electorate to develop techniques that were later used in the Trump campaign.
The talk in media circles is focused on what happens if the AT&T deal is stopped by the government and Time Warner is forced to go it alone.
When she’s not jet-setting or hanging with Taylor Swift, the 25-year-old model runs a coding boot camp for young women.
When you wear the same thing every day, it stops being a shirt and becomes a symbol.
Thousands of entrepreneurs gathered near Washington this week for an annual government conference. On the agenda: Unusual solutions to major clean-energy problems.
Free dictation tools convert speech to text and several popular programs now let you add text styling and other formatting by voice command.
Legislation would allow more home building along transit routes to reduce gas-guzzling commutes. Some who support the goal have denounced the method.
“This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service,” said a Snapchat spokesperson.
Storing digital copies of your child’s artwork allows you to look back fondly, long after the pipe cleaners and glitter have been lost to time.
Older tech companies have long had ties with military and intelligence. But employees at internet outfits like Google are wary of too much cooperation.
Petrochemical companies were hit by a series of cyberassaults last year. The worst of them, against a widely used safety system, could have set off an explosion.
The ride-hailing company is teaming up with Magna, a major auto supplier, to jointly develop self-driving car systems. It’s the latest in a series of alliances made by Lyft.
The move comes a week after two leaders were convicted of hate crimes and months after the president elevated their inflammatory views on Twitter.
Former whiz kids who made their fortunes in the technology industry are now settling down, seemingly more attuned to the power they wield.
Calling all coders: We need a better prescription-tracking app.
Brooks Barnes, who covers Hollywood for The New York Times, discussed how the tsunami of technology has forced the entertainment industry to change.
If you find that your Mac’s top menu is cluttered with icons you never use, you can clean things up.
The Singapore-based chip maker had sought to complete the biggest technology deal in history, but the White House blocked it, citing threats to U.S. national security.
Google said that the new policy will come into effect in June on its own platforms and on third-party websites where it sells advertising space.
While rival Broadcom no longer appears to be a threat, the American chip maker faces other troubles, including lawsuits and dissatisfied shareholders.
It’s not the violent content. It’s the toxic culture.
With two new deals, the two Oscar-winners are taking advantage of Hollywood’s hunger for binge-worthy limited series featuring strong women.
Keeping malware out of app stores is a constant fight, but Google has stepped up its efforts in the past year.
Here’s one thing you can do today so if your laptop is lost or stolen, your private, personal data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands too.
The company Kitty Hawk has been testing a new kind of fully electric, self-piloting flying taxi. It takes off like a helicopter and flies like a plane.
President Trump issued an order prohibiting Broadcom, a Singapore-based chip maker, from purchasing Qualcomm, citing a threat to the national security of the United States.
Marketers are increasingly concerned that too many of the influencers they pay to push their products are actually followed by a percentage of accounts that are fake.
Cfius, a government panel reviewing Broadcom’s $117 hostile takeover bid for chip maker Qualcomm, said it may refer the deal to President Trump for rejection.
Smartphone software can make it a little too easy to dial up your contacts whether you meant to or not, but you can help cut down on accidental calls.
Whether investors think the technology darling is more valuable as a publicly traded company or as a privately held start-up is debatable.