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In a nation with one of the highest divorce rates in Europe, the government has come to the conclusion that some breakups should take more than a few clicks.
Yevgeniy A. Nikulin breached the networks of LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, and may have compromised the information of more than 100 million people.
Even though Mr. Trump still takes potshots at Amazon, the industry’s relationship with the White House is shifting as tech companies find some common ground with the president.
On Tuesday, the streaming music giant will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Its path ahead, however, is far from clear.
The social network’s employees were abuzz on Friday over a 2016 memo from a top executive, in which the executive defended Facebook’s growth at any cost.
The corporate version of Google Calendar is ultimately controlled by its administrator, but you may still have a say on who can see your day.
As Uber pulled back on testing after a fatal crash in Arizona, Waymo said it would order up to 20,000 electric vehicles for a self-driving car service.
The president’s commentary, made in a Twitter post, comes amid reports that Mr. Trump has expressed an interest in reining in the e-commerce business.
Atlanta could be just the beginning. But it doesn’t have to be.
Production delays, a recall and other problems have presented the electric-car maker and its founder, Elon Musk, with a crisis of confidence among investors.
The software giant split up its Windows engineering team, a sign of how the PC operating system is being de-emphasized.
A reader wonders whether it’s advisable to “leave politics at the door” and say goodbye to a xenophobic relative in hospice.
Our Tech We’re Using columnist, Brian Chen, is eager to hear feedback from readers and requests for future columns about how Times journalists use tech.
In a wide-ranging TimesTalks conversation, Mr. Holder, the former attorney general, also said Facebook should be viewed as a communication company and be regulated.
Lior Ron, a founder of Otto, is leaving a week after an autonomous vehicle killed an Arizona woman. The company said the move was unrelated.
Facebook and Twitter don’t make it easy to run your old posts through the scrubber. So our personal tech columnist took on the challenge.
It is also ripping apart the social fabric.
They exploit our data and make us unhappy. They spread misinformation and undermine democracy. Is salvation possible for social networks?
Several programs can tap into your Skype stream and record and save a family video chat.
The German carmakers said they will merge their car-sharing and other digital businesses, amid threats from the likes of Uber and Google.