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In iOS 11 and the High Sierra edition of the Mac operating system, you can edit and enhance Apple’s slightly moving pictures.
Government officials are moving to curb a new generation of businesses that make personal loans online, amid concerns about privacy and rising debt.
The Google app can display recipes in its daily information feed, including those that cater to vegans, vegetarians and those who don’t eat pork.
Paolo Duterte’s daughter implied on Twitter that her father had beaten her, causing the vice mayor to strike back on Facebook.
Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology.
If your phone’s photos have stopped automatically uploading to the online file-storage service, check your settings.
The popularity of streaming holiday-music classics has made record labels more reluctant to release non-Christmas albums in the final quarter.
Two Times technology reporters discuss the goings-on of Silicon Valley and beyond. This week: more Bitcoin and Uber’s problems (again).
Mr. Schmidt, who has been in a top position at Google and then its parent company, Alphabet, since 2001, will become a technical adviser to the company.
Businesses previously focused on making fitness apparel, cigars and beverages have rebranded themselves into virtual currency or blockchain companies.
Amid the holiday shopping season, cybersecurity researchers warn that new, interactive toys are vulnerable to many hacking threats.
Brian X. Chen, the lead consumer technology writer for The New York Times, discusses the latest Apple statement, which has fueled controversy about planned obsolescence.
Google includes software to make printing from an Android device fairly seamless, but you can also use dedicated apps from your printer’s manufacturer.
The Homeland Security Department is grappling with trying to catch foreigners who are illegally in the United States without trampling privacy rights.
The latest fund-raising round includes Japan’s SoftBank and values the company at $56 billion, raising the stakes in the global ride-hailing market.
Show the love with likes and comments. Get intimate in private chat. Find out who‘s checking up on you.
The ability to aim a message at a particular audience has been a crucial marketing tool, but may be at odds with laws against bias in hiring.
A collection from Kristen Roupenian, whose debut story in The New Yorker became the magazine’s second most-read article of the year, will be published by Scout Press in 2019.
Video games are facing a fight for attention. So game studios are turning to film and television writers to help craft narratives for their titles.
Hiroko Tabuchi, a climate reporter for The Times, discusses some simple tech tweaks that people can make to be more environmentally responsible.