Supply-chain disruptions may make it tough to buy devices, but the most thoughtful presents were never tangible to begin with.
This will be the first time Adam Mosseri, a trusted lieutenant to Mark Zuckerberg, will appear before lawmakers under oath.
Ifeoma Ozoma, who accused Pinterest of discrimination, has become a key figure in helping tech employees disclose, and fight, mistreatment at work.
To build trust in the government, it would help if the website worked.
A new Twitter account has amassed a following by sharing highly filtered versions of well-known images.
The internet allows us to discover, select and combine the spiritual traditions that suit us best. In a new exhibition, artists are exploring the connections between ancient beliefs and futuristic systems.
A government minister sued and won over a brief Twitter post that called him a “rape apologist.” A journalist sees “asymmetric warfare.”
From broadband to transportation to high-tech medical manufacturing, benefits from America’s pandemic money infusion will linger.
Researchers can now design and mass-produce genetic material — a technique that helped build the mRNA vaccines. What could it give us next?
In her most substantial day of testimony, Ms. Holmes, the founder of the failed blood testing start-up Theranos, painted herself as someone whose best intentions were misinterpreted.
As he waits for his own trial to begin in January, Elizabeth Holmes’s partner at Theranos and former partner in life is nowhere to be seen.
Taylor went to great lengths to lure the Samsung plant. The city, its independent school district and the surrounding county promised the company hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks.
The outcome of Ms. Holmes’s fraud trial may be a referendum on start-up behavior and hubris, lawyers and others said.
By blaming others and aiming to appear sympathetic, Ms. Holmes was employing a strategy of saying she didn’t know and that it wasn’t her, lawyers said.