What the EU’s record-setting fine really means for the future of Google
When Indian tech worker Srinivas Kuchibhotla is fatally shot in Kansas, the immigrant community grieves—and reconsiders its place in America.
Arbitration agreements prevent lawsuits—but exacerbate the cultural problems endemic to startups.
How Trump’s decision on net neutrality impacts everyone
The Democrat’s loss in Georgia’s 6th District is what happens when a local political campaign goes viral.
Uber’s CEO resigned today. Here’s a timeline of how the company got here.
Imagining what kind of advice Uber’s board of directors might have for Travis Kalanick’s replacement.
Who says Silicon Valley doesn’t fund real technology any more?
Antitrust law is in Amazon’s favor, but activists argue that regulators don’t understand the full power of tech platforms.
Netflix doesn’t have to play by TV’s rules, so it finally decided to not to.
A registered sex offender has just become the world’s most unlikely free speech crusader.
The American people need answers to tricky questions about government and technology—not another photo op.
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods begs the question: Is the shopping behemoth a force for good or a destroyer of traditional retail?
By buying Whole Foods, Amazon can take its wild grocery store vision nationwide.
Hundreds of millions of people use Amazon. But so far the company has done little to cater to one massive market.
Don’t expect algorithms to rescue us from misinformation.
Uber’s CEO sees a moment of reckoning.
Microsoft claims beating a classic 1982 videogame could help it make better enterprise software.
Now you’ll know who really loves that detox tea on Instagram and who’s just shilling.
So long, free charging. After announcing in November 2016 that it will start charging new Tesla owners for using its Supercharger network, Tesla detailed
The uphill battle against fake news (and correctly using the term “fake news” in the first place) continues. The latest effort to debunk made-up
Google no longer uses the term “fake news” in its advertising policy. The company has quietly erased the only explicit mention of the phrase
The introduction of a generic version of the life-saving — and expensive — EpiPen was heralded as a long overdue fix. But the move
When a celebrity arrives in New York City with a new project to push, their schedule might look something like: Good Morning America, Facebook
Layoffs are on the way at Pandora. The online radio service will let go of 7 percent of its U.S. workforce, the company announced
Former New York City Mayor and recent Donald Trump superfan Rudy Giuliani has finally been blessed with a government job — the small fruit,
Donald Trump made CNN one of his favorite targets of media bashing during the election. At Wednesday’s press conference, he took the opportunity to
Amazon is coming out with a Prime-only credit card. The e-commerce giant will release the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card in partnership with
[Editor’s note: This story contains disturbing images.] Syria had been embroiled in more than three years of civil war when, in September 2015, the
Want to enter your Uber destinations faster? All you have to do is hand over information on your entire life. Uber on Wednesday began