Covid-19 shutdowns and chip shortages have made it more difficult to upgrade devices and meet a deadline set by AT&T.
Australia’s top court has said media companies can be held liable for replies to their posts, prompting some to step back from the platform.
Despite having one of the world’s toughest laws against online hate speech and harassment, Germany has struggled to contain toxic content ahead of its Sept. 26 election.
The online encyclopedia is often cited as a place that, on balance, helps combat false and misleading information.
Mr. Mattis, the former defense secretary, testified that board
For Big Tech companies, having endless money can hold them and us back.
The push to make USB-C connectors standard on all mobile devices would primarily affect Apple, which uses proprietary technology for charging.
Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive, has signed off on an effort to show users pro-Facebook stories and to distance himself from scandals.
Before you retire that smartphone or tablet to the bottom of a drawer, there are ways to get more life out of it around the house.
We all want ice cream fast, but app delivery services make it too easy for us to ignore their true cost.
Mike Schroepfer, who leads the company’s artificial intelligence and other technical efforts, said he planned to transition into a role as a senior fellow.
A report by a liberal think tank tries to quantify the potential employment gains and losses, concluding that subsidies will be crucial.
The technology giant has built a sprawling campus on the West Side of Manhattan and has 12,000 employees in the city.
The new iPhone is 10 percent faster than the last one, and the photos are slightly better. In a word: Huh.
Facebook has been used as a tool for violence and abuse in country after country. Maybe it shouldn’t be everywhere.
For kids, developing a healthier relationship with Instagram and other platforms can be tricky.
One thing’s for sure: Escaping the dung heap doesn’t come cheap.
The disappearance of a 22-year-old woman sparked national interest, in large part because of the online sleuthing of amateur detectives.
Users now have the option to add a “pro-choice” badge to their profiles.
Hundreds of current and former Apple workers are complaining about their work environment, a rarity for the once tight-lipped company.
Israeli agents had wanted to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist for years. Then they came up with a way to do it with no operatives present.
The app, created by allies of the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, vanished from online stores, reflecting a new level of pressure against U.S. technology companies in the country.
Erika Cheung, who raised issues about how the company conducted its blood tests, spent three days on the stand in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes.
A new documentary by The New York Times traces the e-cigarette maker on its path from fledgling start-up to Silicon Valley juggernaut and, eventually, public health villain.
As Apple and Google enact privacy changes, businesses are grappling with the fallout, Madison Avenue is fighting back and Facebook has cried foul.
Get ready for more random ads online, higher prices and subscriptions galore. But your privacy concerns may still not fade.
The story of Ginkgo Bioworks shows the challenges and progress in the emerging field of synthetic biology.
The backlash against the industry traces back partly to the Snowden revelations.
The founder of Theranos is being tried on 12 counts of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The trial is generally held Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Tesla, which makes about two-thirds of electric vehicles sold in the United States, has long produced the cars with the best range.