Critic's Notebook: The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’
I went to as many Instagramable “museums,” “factories” and “mansions” as I could. They nearly broke me.
Ex-Google Employee Urges Lawmakers to Take On Company
A former research scientist at the tech giant said that a project to build a censored search engine was a “catastrophic failure of the internal...
Cheaper Battery Is Unveiled as a Step to a Carbon-Free Grid
The entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong says his company’s tests of zinc-based storage for solar and wind energy show the potential for large-scale use.
State of the Art: How Apple Thrived in a Season of Tech Scandals
Everyone is worried about the power of big technology companies. Apple alone has managed to turn the fears into an argument for its own business...
Feature: The Crisis of Election Security
As the midterms approach, America’s electronic voting systems are more vulnerable than ever. Why isn’t anyone trying to fix them?
India’s Top Court Limits a Sweeping Biometric ID Program
The Supreme Court upheld the Aadhaar program but rebuked the government for requiring the fingerprint ID for virtually everything in daily life.
When Zuckerberg Asserted Control, Instagram’s Founders Chafed
Facebook’s acquisition of the photo-sharing site was a model for making a tech deal work. But slowly losing independence was difficult to accept.
Is a New Russian Meddling Tactic Hiding in Plain Sight?
USAReally might look like any other fledgling news organization. But some cybersecurity experts believe it may be part of a retooled Russian...
Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Stealing Secrets to Help Intel
The chip maker claims Apple wanted to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm technology and make sure Intel’s chips were just as good.
The NYT Is on It: Zendaya Is Meechee Is a Post-Vine Vine
And now we can all say Zendaya properly.
Ex-Content Moderator Sues Facebook, Saying Violent Images Caused Her PTSD
The woman, who worked as a contractor for Facebook for nine months, cited her viewing of thousands of images of rapes, killings and other...
Why India Wants to Scan All Fingers, Eyes and Faces
The government says its identification system for public services has already saved billions of dollars, but critics are worried about data...