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Jovan Hill, 25, dropped out of college and is unemployed. So how does he pay for his Brooklyn apartment and marijuana habit? His social media followers chip in.
A strongly worded editorial in the Communist Party newspaper said that Canada had violated the human rights of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer.
Digitally observing a prospective love interest, or an ex, online is yet another way that people are confusing each other romantically.
The offering, which is expected to be one of the biggest ever, puts the ride-hailing service neck and neck with its rival Lyft in a race to the public markets.
In a Canadian courtroom, authorities revealed details of the charges facing Meng Wanzhou, the Huawei official whose arrest has shaken U.S.-China relations.
The detention of a Chinese tech executive poses a challenge for President Xi Jinping, who faces pressure to both retaliate and resolve the trade war with America.
Ms. Meng, the daughter of Huawei’s secretive founder, Ren Zhengfei, had stressed transparency at the company. She is now accused of hiding Huawei’s dealings in Iran.
Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, will testify before Congress on Tuesday. Democratic lawmakers are expected to target the industry next year.
Tech companies used to want to be in the news because it often meant fawning coverage for a new device. How times have changed, writes Brian X. Chen.
Things could change next election time, putting truth and democracy at grave risk.
A more fair and safe society, as well as better products and services, can be enabled if the data science industry makes a commitment to hiring and cultivating diverse talent.
The movement that Facebook’s chief operating officer started is trying to leave her, and her scandals, behind.
A form of artificial intelligence is being used to surface job candidates with the attributes of a perfect fit, even without conventional credentials.
Pornographic content, which had a large female viewer base on the site, will no longer be allowed.
Faced with a choppy stock market and fears of an economic downturn, Uber and Lyft are moving toward the public markets as other private tech companies also get ready.
A trove of internal Facebook documents was released by a British parliamentary committee as part of an investigation into misinformation and user data.
Britain, New Zealand, Australia and other countries have grown increasingly worried about potential security risks related to the Chinese telecom giant.
A good way to help your organization embrace new technology is something that has been a prominent entity at user group meetings for decades.
The ride-hailing company said it had confidentially filed a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The law, opposed by privacy advocates, requires tech companies to provide law enforcement and security agencies with access to encrypted communications.