New York Times
Updated: 1 month 3 weeks ago
Despite political problems and sluggish economic growth, the region’s start-ups and venture capitalists are investing big to challenge Silicon Valley’s dominance.
After the revelations of huge data breaches, the new terms would cut the price for Yahoo’s core internet business by close to $300 million, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
The newer type of credit and bank cards can be damaged in some of the same ways as their magnetic-stripe ancestors.
Intel’s plans to stop sponsoring the International Science and Engineering Fair raise questions on what role companies should play in promoting science fairs and education.
A new game, Night in the Woods, is one of several in recent years that have tapped into themes of the decline of working-class towns and economic despair.
Before you travel, here’s some information on what border agents can and cannot do, along with recommendations from lawyers.
Many users thought articles on sites resembling city newspapers’ or HealthCare.gov were real exposés or scoops, like “Trump and Putin Spotted at Swiss Resort.”
A Twitter account is curating what it calls the regrets of pro-Trump voters, but the reality is more complicated.
No ads on TiVo is a timesaver, and its interface is better than a cable box, James Poniewozik says.
The chip giant is ending its support of the fairs and sponsoring newer events like homemade engineering contests. Critics say the traditional fairs are as vital as ever.
The surprising acquisition of Fortress Investment Group highlights the immense ambitions of SoftBank’s brash founder, Masayoshi Son.
Pilotless drones, capable of carrying one passenger and a small suitcase, are set to begin buzzing above the United Arab Emirates city as early as July.
For one industry, technology has allowed it to better serve customers. For the other, it has exposed some of the digital world’s perils.
Apple’s browser for its Mac and iOS operating systems has handy controls for making your online reading experience more comfortable
An unsettling assertion that immigrants can erode social norms and productivity has a foothold in academic circles.
Two new books about tech culture — Alexandra Wolfe’s “Valley of the Gods” and Aimee Groth’s “The Kingdom of Happiness” — whisk readers around Silicon Valley like tourists in a celebrity-sighting van.
The toll on the Japanese conglomerate reaches $6.3 billion as it examines whether executives circumvented internal controls to strike a costly deal.
The technology giant said it would introduce its first two shows this spring. Others, including scripted dramas, are in the pipeline.
When some climate scientists began saying we’d entered a new epoch, they meant to draw attention to human effects on climate. Now, to their dismay, it’s become a tech call to arms for more disruption.
Major banks are unveiling teller machines across the country that customers can gain access to with their phones. But the technology raises new security issues.