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The World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, has long showcased flashy new tech. This year, discussions also dealt with counterterrorism, data breaches and surveillance.
Here’s what happened when two Times tech reporters installed Facebook’s new Portal video-calling gadgets in their bedrooms.
Solid planning and effective execution of that plan can help an IT transformation set the stage for a new era of enterprise success.
Your AI program should have short-term and long-term goals and milestones. Here's how CIOs can reset executive expectations and deliver results with their artificial intelligence programs.
Hiring IT pros these days calls for new approaches to get closer to candidates and to make your company stand out as the best option.
The car company tapped Robyn Denholm, one of its independent directors, as it seeks a counterbalance to Elon Musk, its chief executive.
Growing up in India, he slept on the floor of a house without a refrigerator. Today, the chief executive is steering Google through the most turbulent period in its history.
A gamer in Melbourne has had his assets frozen in connection with a popular video game cheat. He’s one of many being sued by game companies worldwide, raising questions about copyright law and the policing of online civility.
Amazon appears to be leaning toward opening a new office in New York. Now word comes that Google, already a big employer in the city, may add on.
Facebook made strides toward cleaning up its service in the last two years. But it continues to behave most responsibly only when placed under a microscope.
Two days into a strike by antiquarian booksellers against the Amazon unit AbeBooks, the company capitulated.
New York and Washington are leaving the rest of the country behind. Companies like Amazon explain why.
Flat-panel HDTVs are too thin to house good speakers. These simple tips and gear can upgrades give you great sound without a lot of work.
Outsiders have little leverage to force the industry to change. The companies’ own workers are another matter.
When Facebook, YouTube and others use algorithms to keep us engaged, there can be unintended consequences. Max Fisher, his tools in a trusty Patagonia bag, covers the trend as one of The Times’s Interpreter columnists.
Now is the time for companies to transition to a SaaS model, if they haven't already done so.
The company said Tuesday that it had taken down more than 100 Facebook and Instagram accounts linked to the Internet Research Agency, a troll farm.
Boards of directors should know that the value of their company's intangible assets probably outweighs the value of their tangible assets. However, their lack of specific knowledge about the details is resulting in lawsuits.
As DevOps becomes a widespread enterprise trend, vendors are expanding and improving tools to incorporate DevSecOps and further address cloud and open source needs.
Site details? Incentives? Much of the process has been secret, and local officials and developers signed nondisclosure agreements.