An update Apple is planning for its iPhone software would close a technological loophole that law enforcement agencies have exploited to gain access to information on those devices.
Apple and Samsung settled a seven-year legal fight over smartphone patents.
Ask the Siri assistant, “Give me the news,” and the software offers up a National Public Radio newscast or the option to switch to other sources.
Nelson J. Chai said in an interview that he liked challenges and had needed no persuading to take a job that had been open at Uber since 2015.
People working at Bytedance’s headquarters in Beijing. China’s top media regulator on Tuesday ordered the start-up to shut down its app for sharing jokes and silly videos.
Camera Uploads, the photo-backup function available with certain Dropbox accounts, can be enabled in the app's settings.
Amazon has now been consistently profitable since early 2015, something a few analysts thought they would never see.
An anti-Uber billboard driven around London by the Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association. Starting Monday, a judge will hear Uber’s appeal of the loss of its operating license in the city.
Timnit Gebru led the research effort at Stanford University that analyzed 50 million images and location data from Google Street View, the street-scene feature of the online giant’s mapping service.
Nextdoor bills itself as a “private social network” that limits membership by address. It has increasingly become a place where people discuss politics and other civic issues.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 has new features like the ability to convert the phone into a personal computer. It also has a bold new starting price: $999.99.
A Waymo self-driving car. The company grew out of Google’s seminal autonomous vehicle project and is nearly a decade into an effort that aims to change the very nature of transportation.
Facebook introduced Messenger Kids, for children as young as 6, last month.
Craig Federighi, Apple’s software chief, onstage Monday at its developers conference. While he said that “we might not even recognize how distracted we’ve become” by the digital world, Apple announced advances like a feature that turns faces into emoji.
On Friday, Facebook barred Alex Jones, who runs the Infowars website, from posting for 30 days because of repeated policy violations. YouTube has placed a first strike against his account; two more within 90 days would mean termination.
Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia, Democratic sponsors of the Honest Ads Act, a measure to increase transparency in online political advertising after Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
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