Google, Apple and Meta offer near-limitless digital basements in which to store photos, videos and important documents, but you should keep a copy of what you hold most dear.
Elon Musk has reduced the company to a bare-bones operation, and employees are under a “zero-based budgeting” mandate to justify any spending.
Tim Wu has been a leading proponent of a more aggressive approach to reining in the power of big business.
People who upload images of children that Google flags as potentially illegal will be able to provide more context to appeal bans.
Investors blame Elon Musk and wonder how much more the stock will fall.
The pandemic hurt children’s reading skills. Librarians are doing what it takes to connect them with books — including dance routines.
Jon Bois and his collaborators specialize in documentaries about seemingly unremarkable teams. Then he wields charts and graphs to spellbinding effect.
A reporter got an inside look at SpaceX’s attempt to launch and land three rockets in less than two days in October, part of the company’s bid to make spaceflight appear almost routine.
Nuclear fusion, generative A.I., bee tracking and more. There’s a lot to like.
Say hello to new-and-improved A.I. assistants, and move over to brands like Twitter and Tesla.
The issues surfaced several days after Elon Musk said he had shut down one of the company’s major data centers.
The tech giant has so far taken steps to streamline without mass layoffs, but employees are girding for deeper cuts.
Doctors are exasperated by the persistence of false and misleading claims about the virus.
The moves come as Congress passed a measure last week to try to rein in the proliferation of the hacking tools.
Operating in shadows, he was a hero; in the light, he quickly became a villain.
On any given weekend, there are dozens of parties happening on VRChat, a platform where users assume fantastical avatars of their own design.
Riiid is one of a handful of companies that believe that A.I.’s algorithms are perfectly suited to track student performance and give individualized attention.
German security researchers studying biometric capture devices popular with the U.S. military got more than they expected for $68 on eBay.
Sasha Solomon, a software engineer, joined others in the media business who lost their jobs this year after publicly taking on their employers.
The life cycle of a magical baby-soothing toy.
Internal emails showed the company’s communications with the Pentagon over a network of military-run accounts.
The company’s internal investigation showed that workers also obtained data on a small number of other U.S. users.
Federal regulators have sued to block the $69 billion acquisition, but the company has settled on a path forward and is preparing to force the issue.
Many reinstated users are tweeting about topics that got them barred in the first place: Covid-19 skepticism, election denialism and QAnon.
Tech giants including Apple, Amazon and YouTube’s owner, Google, pursued the rights to stream the N.F.L. games.
The disgraced cryptocurrency executive appeared in court in Manhattan after his extradition from the Bahamas last night. He was granted bail and will live with his parents in California.
Caroline Ellison, the former chief executive of Alameda Research, and Gary Wang, a founder of FTX, are cooperating in the federal criminal case against Mr. Bankman-Fried.
A new wave of chat bots like ChatGPT use artificial intelligence that could reinvent or even replace the traditional internet search engine.
It’s a turning point for artificial intelligence, and we need to take advantage of these tools without causing harm to ourselves or others.
Those who can go viral do. And they may also teach a class or two while they’re at it.