- Bits: Farhad’s and Pui-Wing’s Week in Tech: Yahoo’s Hacking, Self-Driving Cars and the Future of Twitter
- Hackers Trawl User Data in Hopes a Small Target Will Lead to a Big One
- What the Hacking at Yahoo Means for Verizon
- Phone Makers Could Cut Off Drivers. So Why Don’t They?
- Tesla Upgrades Autopilot in Cars on the Road
- Twitter Is Said to Be Discussing a Possible Takeover
- Facebook Apologizes for Overstating Video Metrics
- Tech Tip: Take Extra Steps to Keep Your Personal Information Secure
- Bits: Daily Report: Breach Extends Yahoo’s Long, Steep Fall
- Night Out: Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart Mix Business With Sake Bombs
- Your Money Adviser: A New Cost at College: Digital Access Codes
- Audiobooks Turn More Readers Into Listeners as E-Books Slip
- Email Hack Details Movements of Joe Biden, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton
Posted: 24 Sep 2016 06:30 AM PDT
In Mike Isaac's absence, Farhad Manjoo joins his boss, Pui-Wing Tam, for a discussion of the week's technology news.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 05:01 PM PDT
By perusing personal accounts of people with even the thinnest thread of a connection to power, hackers can find their way to high-level government officials.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 02:10 PM PDT
Questions swirl about whether Verizon's $4.8 billion deal for Yahoo's core business will be renegotiated, or happen at all.
Posted: 24 Sep 2016 08:07 AM PDT
Apple and digital giants have developed potentially lifesaving technology to block texting while driving, but it's still not being deployed.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 02:25 PM PDT
Tesla is using a cellular network to send a software update to the Autopilot system on about 70,000 of its cars, aiming to improve safety.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 04:06 PM PDT
The social network site has been considering a possible restructuring as it wrestles with a slowdown in its growth.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 04:08 PM PDT
The social media network was leaving out videos viewed for less than three seconds, which greatly inflated the figures presented to advertisers and publishers.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 10:22 AM PDT
Some websites may seem less important to protect than others, but even the most mundane accounts may reveal information about you.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 09:12 AM PDT
Hackers stole the account information of at least 500 million Yahoo users in 2014 in the biggest known intrusion into one company's computer network.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 08:57 AM PDT
The YouTube stars and Benihana devotees are tackling the entertainment industry on their own terms.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 07:21 AM PDT
The required purchase of online materials may require a digital access code, costing around $100. There is no buying a used copy, sharing or opting out.
Posted: 23 Sep 2016 12:30 AM PDT
Publishers saw their revenue dip early this year compared with 2015, in part because they lacked a runaway hit and the sales of e-books fell sharply.
Posted: 22 Sep 2016 03:25 PM PDT
Emails from a Democratic operative posted online reveal not only detailed schedules of officials but also personal information of donors and Secret Service agents.
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