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In corporate Japan’s latest black eye, an investigating committee said the joint venture overstated revenue by $340 million over a five-year period.
Apple debuted its new operating system last week. It will bring some big changes to your iPhone.
The Islamic State’s internet use has proved a more elusive target than missile systems or centrifuges, American officials say.
The board is considering Travis Kalanick’s future and the recommendations of Eric H. Holder Jr.’s investigation into the company’s culture.
Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo will show off new hardware and games in Los Angeles.
The suit accuses the company of improperly classifying a former shift manager in California as an employee exempt from overtime pay.
Uber and Careem, its chief competitor in the Middle East, rejected the request, but it could soon be law — perhaps a recipe for sweeping surveillance.
Anonymous online sales are surging, and people are dying. Despite dozens of arrests, new merchants — many based in Asia — quickly pop up.
Mike and Farhad discuss Uber, Apple and the week’s biggest tech news: Taylor Swift is back on Spotify.
Embraced by celebrities like Tess Holliday and Lena Dunham, the body-positive movement is carving out a digital space where everyday people find affirmation for their appearance.
Next week, the internet pioneer will become part of Verizon’s sprawling internet business. A string of bosses never found a way to save it.
If you want your pictures to look sharp when you have them printed, make sure the images meet certain resolution requirements.
The closure of popular blogs devoted to the fashion and foibles of the famous points to heightened sensitivities ahead of a major Communist Party meeting.
The reported security breach highlights rising worries about cybertheft in a country where few expect the central government to respect their privacy.
Take a portfolio approach to digital transformation in manufacturing.
The company, rooted in the most mundane auto products, is remaking itself in an effort to become the technological backbone of self-driving cars.
The Japanese technology conglomerate agreed to acquire Boston Dynamics from Google’s parent company in a further unwinding of Google’s robotics investments.
The Chinese e-commerce giant is charging higher prices for the ads it sells to merchants that hope to reach the country’s indefatigable online shoppers.