- State of the Art: Silicon Valley Reels After Trump’s Election
- The Data Said Clinton Would Win. Why You Shouldn’t Have Believed It.
- Peter Thiel’s Bet on Donald Trump Pays Off
- Dublin Appeals $14.3 Billion Tax Charge Against Apple
- Streaming: Why Netflix Lets Movie Lovers Down, and What to Do About It
- Parallels Between Europe’s Antitrust Cases Against Google and Microsoft
- Alibaba, Amid Intense Hype, Confronts a Slowdown on Singles Day
- Yahoo Employees Knew in 2014 About State-Sponsored Hacker Attack
- Twitter’s Chief Operating Officer to Step Down
- App Smart: Easing Thanksgiving Pressure on Hosts, Cooks and Guests
- The Spy Who Loved Me: The Slippery Slope of Digital Surveillance
- Tech Tip: Finding a Non-Mac Alternative to Microsoft
- Bits: Daily Report: The Tech Companies That Won on Election Day
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 01:17 PM PST
For some, there was a realization that the tech industry's relationship with government — and the public — is likely to shift in a fundamental way.
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 12:00 AM PST
Predictive analytics, and election forecasting in particular, remains a young science. Experts say some of the models could be off 15 to 20 percent.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 04:44 PM PST
Mr. Thiel was the only prominent person in the tech industry to support Donald J. Trump, and doubled down on the candidate when things seemed bleakest.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 01:55 PM PST
The Irish government says European antitrust officials were wrong to force the iPhone maker to give up what they consider unfair concessions.
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 07:00 AM PST
Sure, there's choice via streaming. But, really, how much?
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 06:01 AM PST
In charges brought recently against Google and earlier against Microsoft, officials say that each company favored some of its services over those of rivals.
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 05:05 AM PST
The company turned an obscure holiday into a big shopping event and a symbol of China's economic rise, but it is under pressure from weak sales growth and a U.S. inquiry.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 06:42 PM PST
Yahoo first publicly disclosed the security breach on Sept. 22 this year, about two months after it struck a $4.8 billion deal with Verizon.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 02:01 PM PST
The departure of Adam Bain and reshuffling of his duties and aides are part of a significant shake-up under Jack Dorsey, who became C.E.O. last year.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 11:25 AM PST
Apps to help keep preparations on track, keep guests happy and even keep the children from causing chaos as you try to cook the perfect turkey.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 09:48 AM PST
Using smartphones to track family members can be reassuring, but it can open the door to a surveillance state in the home.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 08:37 AM PST
If Windows 10 annoys you and you don't want to switch to a Mac, consider Linux or even a Chromebook instead.
Posted: 09 Nov 2016 08:33 AM PST
Despite some hiccups, real-time voter turnout data landed VoteCastr on people's radar screens, and Twitter proved its centrality in big news events.
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