The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.
Real scalpels, artificial intelligence — what could go wrong?
By forcing app developers to use its payment system and comply with other rules, regulators said, Apple broke European Union competition laws.
A year ago even the tech giants were anxious. Now they have so much money it’s awkward.
Ahead of a successful fourth flight, the agency announced that Ingenuity would continue to fly beyond its original monthlong mission.
Vaccination recipients surprising family members and filming the results are social media’s latest tear-jerker.
The dictionary doesn’t have enough superlatives to describe what’s happening to the five biggest technology companies, raising uncomfortable questions for their C.E.O.s.
Internet companies are using the threat of government action as a cudgel against rivals. That could make the Communist Party the ultimate arbiter over the industry.
Ransomware attacks can bring down schools and hospitals. It’s time we took them more seriously.
The high volume of orders during the pandemic has let Amazon operate more efficiently.
You can’t experience effects from being near someone who is vaccinated, because it is biologically impossible for the vaccine material to be transmitted from person to person.
Zoë Roth, now a college senior in North Carolina, plans to use the proceeds from this month’s NFT auction to pay off student loans and donate to charity.
The fee will drop to 12 percent of revenue, from 30 percent, starting in August, the company said.
The Senate is considering Eric S. Lander’s nomination after months of delay. Some experts ask if an adviser can actually have an impact.
They will receive 50 cents to $3 more an hour, the company said.
The decision could be a win for Amazon, which said it was passed over for the $10 billion Pentagon contract because of his animosity toward its founder, Jeff Bezos.
Don’t let its familiar look fool you. Apple’s new tracking accessory is a precursor to better wireless gadgets to come.
Tech giants have so much power. They could do more to help Indians facing such a devastating crisis.
Comedian Sarah Silverman and The Times’s Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel and Davey Alba explore how disinformation spreads, and how we can fight back.
We’d like to get your responses to a few headlines, and ask a couple of brief follow-up questions.
Barred from Twitter and Facebook as Trump was, social media’s younger conspiracy theorists are moving to Twitch.
QAnon adherents and other far-right influencers are making thousands of dollars broadcasting election and vaccine conspiracy theories on the streaming site.
If you are reading this obituary online, you owe your digital safety to him.
Building owners are using data collection and artificial intelligence to help control systems like heating, lighting, air quality and even the flow of workers.
What the tech barons think matters. But imagine if those working in the trenches had a bigger voice.
“Digital adoption curves aren’t slowing down,” Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s chief executive, said in a statement. “They’re accelerating.”
Alphabet posted revenue of $55.31 billion, up 34 percent from a year earlier, and net profit more than doubled to $17.93 billion in the first quarter.
In the farming RPG, I can enjoy a life of pastoral domesticity. IRL, I’m a lesbian urbanite struggling through the pandemic.
Metamaterials, which could improve smartphones and change how we use other technology, allow scientists to control light waves in new ways.
The electric-car maker’s performance reflected increasing sales and production around the world.