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Friday March 8, 2019. 10:50 PM
Former Google communications exec Jessica Powell joins this week’s Gadget Lab podcast to talk about Facebook’s manifestos, quitting Google, and why she absolutely refuses to get a brand-new phone.
Meltdowns like the Chrome zero day bug show why enabling auto-updates can be the wisest choice for many consumers.
Warren detailed a plan to break up companies like Amazon, Google, and Facebook on Friday. It’s the clearest sign yet that Big Tech is in big trouble heading into 2020.
From code breakers and proto-programmers to molecular biologists and AI leaders, their work has broken barriers and set the stage for the future.
The once-hyped social media company, known for gamifying mobile check-ins, is still alive and well as an incomprehensibly vast data empire.
Quantum computers could help explain some of the most fundamental mysteries in the universe and upend everything from finance to encryption—if only someone could get them to work.
Also, the 'Fortnite' and 'Apex Legends' battle royale rages on and Steam made a questionable statement.
Jibo is a robot, but that doesn't make his digital dementia any less painful.
For a little-celebrated holiday, we sure got lots of emails from publicists about it. Here’s what they think you should be reading about today.
A fifth of the fish sold at restaurants and markets is mislabeled, according to a report that documents the extent of seafood fraud.
Carol Danvers doesn't need anyone's permission—or help—to kick ass.
Lindsay Ellis is an idiosyncratic film critic who has fun with everything from the cinematography of Cocteau to the semiotics of the Transformer franchise.
In recognition of International Women's Day, here are some of the best women behind the camera.
The lawsuit by Huawei faces long odds but could force the US to show any evidence around backdoors and spying.
Thursday March 7, 2019. 11:49 PM
A exposed database belonging to Verifications.io contained both personal and business information, including 763 million unique email addresses.
The company announced Thursday that it will combat the spread of vaccine misinformation on Facebook and Instagram, but not take posts down entirely.
A recent study finds that both new moms and new dads leave science, technology, engineering, and medicine at higher rates than their childless peers—and some never return.
It’s not about keeping you safe from Facebook’s data-hoovering efforts. It’s about competing with other messaging platforms.
Welcome to the Squad, Stringer Bell.
On Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg laid out a vision for a very different Facebook—with a lot of unknowns about how to get there.
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