Jeffrey Ullman and Alfred Aho developed many of the fundamental concepts that researchers use when they build new software.
A new crop of internet browsers from Brave, DuckDuckGo and others offer stronger privacy protections than what you might be used to.
The vote in Alabama is a temperature check on beliefs about Amazon and labor unions in the United States.
In this techno-satire, a woman tagged with a chip by her mogul husband tries to break the (block)chains of love.
Market size matters, but even small changes have an outsize ripple effect.
A neutrino-spotting telescope beneath the frozen Lake Baikal in Russia is close to delivering scientific results after four decades of setbacks.
The outcome of a vote at a warehouse in Alabama could have far-ranging implications for both the company and the labor movement.
Times are flush for young tech companies like Stripe and Coinbase, which are having a moment as they upend the financial establishment.
How can we believe that technology will help solve big problems if Uber’s great promise didn’t pan out?
The Communist Party’s youth wing and official news outlets used grabby memes and hashtags to start a tsunami of nationalist fury over Xinjiang cotton.
Google presents itself to independent sellers as cheaper and less restrictive. But it is not clear whether it can change people’s habits of going straight to Amazon.
Bidders say they had many different motivations, including fun, self-promotion and a signal of support for the NFT market.
With techniques honed in China, a new breed of company offers expensive loans to people devastated by the pandemic. If they can’t repay, family and friends hear all about it.
The leaders of Google, Facebook and Twitter faced sharp questions about misinformation’s role in the attack and the mental health of children who use their products.
People are buying digital items like a tweet and a meme for bonkers amounts of money. Let’s take a step back.
Washington lawmakers, lobbyists and other parties have been vying to influence how the Bureau of Industry and Security, under the Biden administration, will approach a technology relationship with China.
The money-losing office space firm plans to merge with a blank-check company backed by big Wall Street investors.
The company has always opposed efforts by its workers to organize, but its regulatory fate rests largely with Democrats in Washington.
The debate reflects our discomfort with the power of Big Tech and our desire to hold someone accountable.
An artwork that sold for nearly $700,000 was the latest in the frenzied market for digital art — and possibly the first created in part by a non-human.
As Coinbase prepares to be the first major cryptocurrency company to go public, it is struggling with basic customer service, users said.
Lawyers, judges and lawmakers are advancing a bold idea: The powerful algorithms used by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter could make them complicit in offline crimes.
Sky Bet, the most popular one in Britain, compiled extensive records about a user, tracking him in ways he never imagined.
Two avid readers from South Africa show what they find special about this talking and texting app.
Why can’t a journalist join the NFT party, too?
Ashley Sumner, the C.E.O. of Quilt, announced she was striking gender from her bio. The LinkedIn crowd went wild.
The electric-car maker will hold the digital currency and handle the crypto transactions internally.
Thermo Fisher Scientific’s new air sampler can help monitor for airborne pathogens, and signals renewed interest in bioaerosol surveillance.
We can survive a world of ever-changing tech if we remember these principles.
Patrick Gelsinger, Intel’s chief executive, vowed on Tuesday that Intel would become a major manufacturer of chips for other companies, in addition to producing the processors that it has long designed and sold.