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Alexandra Alter, who covers books for The Times, discussed the limits to how tech has transformed the industry.
Art museum selfies are getting more personal as visitors seek their doppelgängers in paintings and sculptures. A new feature in a Google app has made the trend explode.
The free Autoruns utility offers a detailed view of the programs, services and other software that run automatically with Windows.
With a new cloud-computing service, businesses can build their own artificial intelligence algorithms, even if they have little experience with the technology.
Apple gave us the modern smartphone. Now, it can create a new take on the device by encouraging us to use it more deliberately — and a lot less.
But will Mark Zuckerberg be any good at social engineering?
A policy update aims to prevent advertisements from appearing next to troublesome content.
Led by Eric Schneiderman of New York, the attorneys general said the rollback of so-called net neutrality rules were “arbitrary and capricious.”
Even if Democrats win that vote, they will have trouble restoring internet rules that the Federal Communications Commission repealed in December.
You can shrink the size of a photo attachment to make the message smaller, but the picture quality is reduced as well.
Can 500,000 thermometers transmitting 25,000 readings a day forecast the spread of flu more accurately than the C.D.C.?
Many people use digital assistants for the basics, like the weather forecast or music. It’s a long way from the digital home envisioned by their makers.
Companies have rushed to create patches for Meltdown and Spectre — two new major security vulnerabilities — but not everything has gone smoothly.
The music producer Quincy Jones and the mogul Ron Meyer join Mr. Carter, who is now on ‘garden leave,’ in investing in an Instagram-style app called Zig.
Forty-five young companies are building processors just for artificial intelligence. At least five have raised more than $100 million from investors.
Last fall, the online giant altered what people in six nations see. Established news sites said their web traffic declined, adding that more bogus stories were shared instead.
The revolution will be ushered in by young guys who are also cryptocurrency millionaires. Oh wait, they may be broke already.
How Uber grappled with a 2016 hack is under scrutiny and has cast a chill over how other companies deal with security threats.
The concert business giant announced that it settled with Songkick for $110 million and an additional undisclosed sum to acquire the company’s technology assets and patents.
Facebook faces complex questions over its prioritization of “meaningful” content in the News Feed, including whether people want that kind of content in the first place.