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The notorious Silk Road site was shut down in 2013. Others have followed. But the online trafficking of illegal narcotics hasn’t abated.
In a long-sought victory for the F.D.A., a federal judge said officials have the authority to regulate stem-cell treatments made from patients’ own fat.
It’s a pleasure to watch software improve. I read the change logs, and I think: Humans can do things.
A wide range of companies are lining up to complain about Silicon Valley’s power as lawmakers and regulators step up their scrutiny of Big Tech.
Salesforce’s deal to buy the business tools maker Tableau, its largest ever acquisition, was pushed by the need to make business information understandable.
British lawmakers questioned a Huawei executive on Monday about American allegations that the company poses a risk to national security.
Josh Tyrangiel is out after a four-year run. Jesse Angelo, the former publisher of The New York Post, is set to come aboard.
Kevin Roose gets into the future of technology, the anxiety of publishing a huge story and his newest hobby (no screens involved).
NASA plans to open the International Space Station to commercial business, including tourism. But the tickets won’t be cheap.
A month after Uber’s rocky I.P.O., its chief executive laid off two members of his executive team: the chief operating officer and the chief marketing officer.
The decision, while not financially significant for either company, shows how the online retailer has gone from a sought-after customer to a direct competitor of FedEx.
The legal action against Silicon Valley’s giants will be long, difficult, uncertain and, for some people, disappointing.
The blind spots and new possibilities of the technologies we love (and hate).
Until recently big tech companies were seen as one of the few relatively untainted sources of big-money donations for Democrats. Now, that’s changing.
His ideas led to early versions of modern computing and helped win World War II. Yet he died as a criminal for his homosexuality.
Security experts warn that time is running out for campaigns to create protections against the cyberattacks and disinformation seen in recent elections.
Google said it would acquire Looker for $2.6 billion in a bid to catch rivals in the cloud-computing industry.
The images were meant to exonerate Richard Liu, the e-commerce mogul. They have also helped fuel a nascent #NoPerfectVictim movement.
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, facing the growing possibility of antitrust action and legislation to rein in their power, are spending freely to gain influence and access.
For an 8-minute, one-way flight, the average ride will cost between $200 and $225 per person and include private ground transportation on both ends of the trip.