Nichole Williams needed a career reboot. After more than a decade as a web designer in Atlanta, she felt her career was moving backward. She knew she needed to expand her programming skills to stay […]
Instead of listening to the thousand of startups and investors who argue that ending net neutrality would damage online innovation, FCC chair Ajit Pai is pushing a vote this Thursday to dismantle two decades of […]
Last month, tech companies, anti-sex-trafficking advocates, prosecutors, and legislators celebrated a hardwon compromise on a bill designed to help prosecutors and victims pursue sites such as Backpage.com that facilitate online sex trafficking. Now that consensus […]
“To the moon!” The phrase is the battle cry of true believers in cryptocurrency bitcoin—and charts of its price in recent weeks point directly heavenward. Yet beyond a batch of newly minted crypto-millionaires, the digital […]
Highly paid players. Billionaire team owners. Dedicated fans. A major new league aims to bring videogame competition into the mainstream—and upend the world of sports.
Facebook introduces Messenger Kids for 6-to-12-year olds who are too young for its main app. The apps is ad-free and includes parental controls, but critics say they’re not adequate.
Tim Wu, who coined the phrase “net neutrality,” says the FCC’s proposal to revoke net neutrality rules ignores history and the law.
Some AI researchers are concerned by the field’s power, and its ability to cause harm.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died Monday, was a housing advocate who became a tech ally. His successor likely won’t be so business-friendly.