While a variety of industries struggle with supplies, semiconductor experts say there are plenty of new ideas and, most surprising, start-ups.
The billionaire has been posting content creators’ work without credit. Some are frustrated; others, simply puzzled.
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One of pop’s most successful songwriters on fighting for the value of his craft, and on the young talents he admires most.
A race is on to produce lithium in the United States, but competing projects are taking very different approaches to extracting the vital raw material. Some might not be very green.
The company tried to punt its Trump dilemma to a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the experts punted back.
The pandemic forced small businesses to adopt new digital habits, and many are now here to stay.
Andrew Brenner, a Republican, used a background to make it appear as if he were at home rather than behind the wheel of his car during a state meeting. The giveaway? His seatbelt.
ViacomCBS reports that its decision to revamp and rebrand its streaming service seems to be paying off.
The state attorney general’s office reached an agreement that levies millions in penalties on third-party services that generated the comments.
After a series of high-altitude test flights that ended in explosions, the new vehicle set down in one piece on a Texas launchpad.
A company-appointed panel ruled that the ban was justified at the time but added that the company should reassess its action and make a final decision in six months.
Nick Clegg, a former deputy prime minister, has shaped the company’s handling of Donald Trump at every turn.
What happens on Facebook has such big consequences, its quasi-independent Oversight Board can only do so much.
The free task-reminder app on your phone can keep you and your projects on track.
A picture of two presidents and first ladies led to many Hobbit jokes online. We explain what happened.
Excluding a settlement in Europe, Uber’s revenue in the first three months of the year was $3.5 billion, an 8 percent increase from the previous year.
“What’s to stop them from silencing you?” Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, replied on Twitter.
The panel of about 20 people, including academics and political leaders, upheld the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump.
Jimmy Donaldson, 22, is out to become the Elon Musk of online creators.
Epic has accused Apple of unfairly using its App Store’s power to take a cut of the money made in Fortnite, a popular online game.
People are eager to return to grocery stores, but Amazon seems to be missing the opportunity.
Buying an electric car can be exciting and bewildering. Consider what kind of car you want and need and where you will charge.
In making the deal with the private equity firm Apollo, Verizon is acknowledging that it couldn’t compete with Google and Facebook for digital ads. Instead, it will concentrate on building a 5G network.
Google plans to experiment with new office configurations and more flexibility. Will others follow?
The couple’s separation is likely to send shock waves through the worlds of philanthropy, public health and business.
After living for a week in an apartment complex for older adults, Madison Kohout, 19, discovered why she was the youngest resident by decades.
Facebook’s Oversight Board, an independent panel, will make the final decision on whether the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump should be permanent.
Apple and Epic Games, maker of the wildly popular game Fortnite, square off on Monday in a trial that could decide how much control Apple can exert over the app economy.