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In a previously unreported court document, Western Digital complained about Broadcom’s behavior. That may affect an F.T.C. review of the chip maker’s business practices.
The former official, Dallas Dance, has been at the center of questions about the relationships between school officials and education technology companies.
AT&T has said the government blocked the company’s deal with Time Warner because of presidential politics. But that argument was absent in a filing on Friday.
The internet giant is being sued by former employees who say the company is going too far with diversity. Other lawsuits accuse it of the opposite.
If you have trouble reading the descriptive text on screen, you might be able to adjust the size, color and font in your app or device settings.
In this week’s tech newsletter, Kevin Roose discusses whether Silicon Valley investors will act on their envy for Midwest living.
If you are getting started with the cloud or just concerned about security, here are five steps to consider in your security strategy.
The new smartphone is packed with gimmicky new features like a personal emoji creator. Don’t be surprised if getting used to those emoji takes what a Samsung executive called “an adjustment period.”
Sri Lanka blocked access to the social network to help stem mob violence directed at its Muslim minority. Facebook said it was cooperating with the government.
False claims posted on Twitter were 70 percent more likely to be shared than the truth, researchers at M.I.T. found. And people appear to prefer false news.
They diffuse farther, faster and more broadly than the truth does.
These tech firms get the best ratings and reviews from current and former employees.
The series will be part of Disney’s streaming service, which will be rolled out next year.
The activist students of Stoneman Douglas, where 17 people were killed last month, are social media naturals. But it’s not entirely true that they’ve been tweeting all their lives.
New “hyperscale” data centers from the tech giants, part of a wave of global development, helped lead Prineville to a path of recovery.
Our tech columnist tried to skip digital news for a while. His old-school experiment led to three main conclusions.
Historically, these distant conflicts have been difficult to analyze. But new technologies allow us to investigate them in close to real time.
Ian Austen, a correspondent in Canada for The New York Times, chronicles the ups and downs of the country’s high-tech industry.
Several troubleshooting tools included in Windows 10 can help revive your system if it just won’t work properly.
How will enterprise organizations scale Agile data and analytics programs in the future? Gartner says trust, diversity, and data literacy all will contribute to mastering tomorrow's complexity.