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Last week the company was praised for increasing what it paid its warehouse workers. Now the company is explaining what that means for bonuses and stock grants.
At a time when trust in its services is eroding, the social network introduced Portal and Portal Plus, its first major effort to build consumer hardware from scratch.
Google did not notify authorities of the vulnerabilities in Google Plus, which exposed the data of up to 500,000 users.
After the 2000 dot-com crash and the Sept. 11 attacks, it seemed as if the era of cocky young Silicon Valley techies minting easy millions was over for good. Ha.
The heart monitor should not be considered a medical device and reflects wider problems with health screens.
The willingness to back some nicotine start-ups while condemning others illustrates the delicate ethical dance that investors are trying to perform.
Tech employees concerned their products are being deployed for government surveillance or censorship are increasingly asking their employers how the technology is being used.
Spotify and Ancestry team up for that saliva sample sound.
Millions of weapons aficionados reload their own ammunition and cast their own bullets, acts of individualism that are hallmarks of the broader American gun ethos.
The hack of 50 million Facebook accounts affects logins on hundreds of other sites. Plus, two billionaires lost big, and another shared the wealth.
New technology that draws from user feedback is helping.
A prominent show of support from a Facebook executive for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh as he faced assault claims has brought new turmoil to the company.