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Among the surprises this primary season were several high-profile upsets from the left. The Times asked some of the strategists and candidates behind these wins to break them down.
Ms. Meeker, a former Wall Street tech analyst, plans to invest in more mature and larger private companies at her spinoff from the venture capital firm.
By branding its franchises to represent cities from Boston to Shanghai, a video game attracted investment from professional sports executives.
Here’s how to protect your devices and use your smartphone to your advantage during the storm.
Apple held its annual iPhone event, but its watch wowed the industry. Plus, Google is in for a tougher time in Washington.
The money, put into a project he called the Day 1 Fund, is by far the largest donation by Mr. Bezos, the world’s richest person.
The agency kicked off a series of hearings on whether its competition and consumer protection policies should better reflect new technologies and companies.
A start-up uses visual tracking and behavioral data to operate a new San Francisco market, which lets shoppers walk out unimpeded. And sometimes mischarged.
A reader wonders whether to tell the parents of an 8-year-old former babysitting charge that the girl has an Instagram account.
Drug Store, a new health-drink outlet in New York, is betting that customers will pay by text message after grabbing a bottle.
“Adventures in New America” and “The Horror of Dolores Roach” take fiction podcasts to new heights with mash-ups of horror, comedy and social commentary.
The chief executive published a roughly 3,300-word post cataloging the steps the social network has taken to prevent manipulation.
Executives at a company meeting expressed dismay about the election in the footage, which was posted by the right-wing news site Breitbart.
Finding a smartwatch that balances form and function can be difficult, but these five options offer the features you need to track activity, play music and more — without weighing down your wrist.
Technology chief executives were once admired for their force-of-nature personalities and daring. Now boring is the new black (or is it beige?). Except for Elon Musk, of course.
Apple showed new smartphones — including its biggest ever — for higher prices, and upgraded its smart watches so they become more of a health device.
Technology has helped spawn a virtual currency market, which is highly volatile. Here’s how Nathaniel Popper, who covers cryptocurrencies, keeps on top of the changes.
With Apple expected to introduce pricier and bigger-screen iPhones this week, here are a few tips on how to upgrade your device without breaking the bank.
How looking at the location data that the company collects about you lets you see yourself in a whole new way.
The coveted prize was awarded to a Scottish veterinarian, two scientists who championed an overlooked protein and a pioneering researcher who helped advance the careers of other women.