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Bruce Friedrich spent decades trying to persuade people to stop eating meat. When that didn’t work, he turned his focus to creating better alternatives.
Step No. 10: Buy a decoy house to fool the D.M.V.
Elon Musk’s company is reversing course after saying it would close stores to cut costs. It announced a 3 percent price increase on most models.
The payment to Amit Singhal, who ran Google’s search division and was accused of groping an employee, was revealed on Monday in a shareholder lawsuit.
The group, including schools like M.I.T. and Stanford, aims to train the next generation of leaders to develop and regulate technology for the public good.
High-tech surgical robots aren’t an improvement over traditional operations, the F.D.A. warns. For some patients, the robots may be worse.
A partnership with Google is part of a global effort to build and deploy systems that can detect signs of illness and disease in medical scans.
At a recent industry gathering, retailers talked of how collecting customer data will help them compete in a landscape dominated by the internet.
TikTok will change the way your social media works — even if you’re avoiding it.
Home innovations like smart microwaves and toilets could lock us into a digital caste system.
A group in San Jose, Calif., wants a worldwide competition to design a suitable landmark to celebrate the achievements of the tech companies.
The F.B.I. is investigating whether employees at one of the retail giant’s technology contractors got sensitive information from internal email accounts, including those of some top executives.
The Massachusetts senator, who is running for president, announced a regulatory plan aimed at breaking up large tech companies and “unwind tech mergers that illegally undermine competition.”
Expensive smart home gadgets are still niche and of limited use. Smart lights, on the other hand, are useful to just about everyone.
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Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Pinterest plan to go public. California’s newly minted rich will be hungry for parties, houses, boats, bikes — and ice sculptures.
The capsule parachuted into the Atlantic Ocean hours after leaving the space station, completing its first successful uncrewed trip to and from orbit.
The acquisition of HotelTonight, a service for travelers seeking last-minute hotel bookings, expands Airbnb’s listings ahead of an expected initial public offering.
The social network has laid out plans for making a shift toward private messaging. Less clear is how it will turn a profit from it.