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Older tech companies have long had ties with military and intelligence. But employees at internet outfits like Google are wary of too much cooperation.
Legislation would allow more home building along transit routes to reduce gas-guzzling commutes. Some who support the goal have denounced the method.
In the last year, Russian hackers have gone from infiltrating business networks of energy, water and nuclear plants to worming their way into control rooms.
The Justice Department’s case to block AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner is set for trial next week, in one of the most anticipated antitrust battles in years.
Petrochemical companies were hit by a series of cyberassaults last year. The worst of them, against a widely used safety system, could have set off an explosion.
“This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service,” said a Snapchat spokesperson.
Cutting corners isn't the path to analytics success. Data science requires an enterprise commitment.
Automation and greater involvement by business managers with the analytics team are just a couple of the changes that are in store for data science.
Storing digital copies of your child’s artwork allows you to look back fondly, long after the pipe cleaners and glitter have been lost to time.
Do you ever wonder why software licenses are so complicated, and what you can do about them?
The ride-hailing company is teaming up with Magna, a major auto supplier, to jointly develop self-driving car systems. It’s the latest in a series of alliances made by Lyft.
Former whiz kids who made their fortunes in the technology industry are now settling down, seemingly more attuned to the power they wield.
The move comes a week after two leaders were convicted of hate crimes and months after the president elevated their inflammatory views on Twitter.
Calling all coders: We need a better prescription-tracking app.
Brooks Barnes, who covers Hollywood for The New York Times, discussed how the tsunami of technology has forced the entertainment industry to change.
If you find that your Mac’s top menu is cluttered with icons you never use, you can clean things up.
Organizations consider data one of their most valuable assets, but exactly, how much is that data worth? Most business leaders can't answer the question yet. But venture capitalists, financial analysts and board members increasingly want to know.
When you can measure the results of your DevOps program, that's where the magic happens.
The Singapore-based chip maker had sought to complete the biggest technology deal in history, but the White House blocked it, citing threats to U.S. national security.
While rival Broadcom no longer appears to be a threat, the American chip maker faces other troubles, including lawsuits and dissatisfied shareholders.