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Your future shopping experiences might be much more automated, but they also might be much more personal than today's trips to the store.
Technology steps up to take on the global fake news challenge.
Facebook and Google made billions mining personal data, and fought off anyone who threatened to stop them. Then came a challenge in their own backyard.
The chief executive is said to have written his Twitter post last week in haste. But he said Monday he had Saudi financial backing for a buyout plan.
Watch out for navel gazing when it comes to your DevOps success metrics.
Google’s recent update to the browser warns users when websites aren’t automatically protecting their communication.
Equinix, the data center giant, is exploring artificial intelligence to help improve customer experience. Here's what CIO Milind Wagle said about the plan.
The pendulum has swung in the software business, with customers demanding vertical market expertise rather than general-purpose software.
Biometrics are moving way beyond fingerprints: To fight fraud, companies are building databases on people’s behaviors and movements.
The investment of venture capital money into ad tech start-ups is falling sharply, helping push a wave of acquisitions.
Flight instructors and aviation experts were split on whether games and simulations could prepare someone to operate a real plane.
In a city where power, gender and technology converge, artists ask hard questions about diversity.
The social media company provided a rare look inside a policy meeting as it struggled with criticism that it left up posts from the conspiracy site Infowars and its creator, Alex Jones.
Technology has made it easier to identify and manage the optimal supply, but it also depends on which problem you’re trying to solve.
Slippery-slope fears about mass censorship by social media platforms are probably overblown. But many valid questions remain.
That free Wi-Fi network may not be so free if it is unsecured and someone hijacks your data. Your phone’s cellular data connection offers more protection.
As exasperating as the debate about tech giants’ role in policing content may be for Americans, people in China can only dream of having such discussions.
An effective center of excellence can help IT leaders accelerate their organizations' automation efforts to yield bottom-line results.
Customers mull a world with fewer Ubers, a day after New York became the first major American city to cap the growth of for-hire vehicles.
Pioneer, an experimental fund, is using the Silicon Valley model to find and nurture people who have talent but lack opportunity.