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Car manufacturing in China, once labor-intensive, is now heavily automated.
It feels as if the city itself is getting a brand-new operating system.
The decision sets the stage for a public, bare-knuckle trial between Uber and Waymo.
Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, and Mike Pompeo, the C.I.A. director, offer a dire view of Russian meddling, one that differs starkly from the president.
Snap’s turbulent first few months as a public company are sending a cautionary signal to start-up founders thinking of taking their companies public.
A new Magic Quadrant looks at platforms for the high-productivity building of applications, including mobile apps; Salesforce scores.
After the parent company of the messaging app Snapchat announced its first earnings as a public company, and the results were dismal, investors dumped the stock.
Smartphone and tablet browsers tend to hide the option for searching text under a menu or icon.
Ruslan Sokolovsky filmed himself playing the smartphone game in Yekaterinburg. He received a suspended sentence of three and a half years.
A senior adviser to the European Court of Justice said the ride-hailing company should comply with the same regulations as traditional taxi businesses.
Its businesses and consumers burdened with some of the developed world’s slowest speeds, the country is a cautionary tale about big-money ambitions.
Experts recommend a multifaceted approach: Don’t answer unknown numbers, use call-blocking apps and report unwanted calls to the government.
The top beauty retailer in the world is embracing technology, not fighting it, and making its stores into playgrounds.
The parent of the messaging app Snapchat reported earnings that missed Wall Street expectations in almost every regard.
The action would extend an order restricting travelers through airports in 10 Muslim-majority countries from carrying laptops, tablets and other devices in the cabin.
The start-up had $730 million in sales last year and raised just $42 million, a relatively modest sum for a high-flying Silicon Valley start-up.
The streaming service hired Joel Stillerman, who has been the head of programming at AMC since 2008, overseeing hits like “The Walking Dead.”
At Interop May 18, Cornelia Davis will describe the elements of cloud-native software, the type that's designed to be change-tolerant.
A deputy food editor at The New York Times discusses the technology she uses.
Creators are flocking to crowdfunding for video games, but some of them have failed to live up to their backers’ expectations.