The popular gaming site said Sunday that it was working to resolve the outage. In the meantime, children were freaking out.
A Swiss company is operating a device in Iceland that sucks CO2 from the air and shoots it into the ground, where it turns into rock.
From banking to gaming, investors are sending billions of dollars to crypto inventors who seek to disrupt industries. Here’s a look at some of those bets.
For those watching closely, his 80-minute video announcing Facebook’s rebrand delivered some self-referential jokes.
If his new strategy works — a big if — it could help address several of Facebook’s biggest problems.
The social network, under fire for spreading misinformation and other issues, said the change was part of its bet on a next digital frontier called the metaverse.
It’s a $19 cloth.
Novara, a London news group, fell victim to YouTube’s opaque and sometimes arbitrary enforcement of its rules.
The Silicon Valley firm Andreessen Horowitz, whose founders played big roles in the development of the internet, aims to own a huge part of the digital currency world — and set the rules for it, too.
Thousands of local and state police departments are customers for Clearview’s facial recognition tool, the company says.
The company’s profit was lower, largely because of higher labor costs and huge investments in its delivery network.
The tech giants talk a lot about the “metaverse” and cloud computing. What really powers them is selling us socks.
The video game publisher said it would spend $250 million on hiring more women and those from “underrepresented communities” and adopt a zero-tolerance harassment policy.
If confirmed by the full Senate, Jonathan Kanter will join other critics of Silicon Valley in top antitrust positions.
Some people and businesses seeking to use solar panels, batteries and electric vehicles find they can’t because utility equipment needs an upgrade.
A major investor testifies.
The move follows intense scrutiny after a whistle-blower provided documents about the social network’s inner workings.
To protect children online, more companies and governments are forcing users to prove how old they are.
A major investor testifies.
Candid looks at the inner workings of influential tech companies shouldn’t be so rare.
Lawmakers pressed the executives on the mounting concerns that their services harm children and teenagers.
One of the most pressing questions is whether the Securities and Exchange Commission will significantly add to the company’s woes.
The social media giant is making bonkers money. But it aims to turn itself inside out to get more young people.
The streaming service said it would bid for a nearly 300-acre chunk of Fort Monmouth and it has the support of Gov. Phil Murphy.
The results easily topped analysts’ forecasts.
The social media company said the effects of Apple’s privacy changes had not been as severe for its advertising business as for other companies.
An enormous new analysis of the wiring of the fruit fly brain is a milestone for the young field of modern connectomics, scientists say.
Mr. Chappelle’s special has put Netflix at the center of a conversation involving transphobia, free speech and employee activism.
Blue Origin says it will team up with Sierra Space, Boeing and other companies to build an outpost that could help replace the International Space Station.
Likes and shares made the social media site what it is. Now, company documents show, it’s struggling to deal with their effects.