Apple Jacks Headphone Holdouts
For those hanging on to an old set of favorite headphones, Apple has a message for you: Two years is long enough.
The Human Promise of the AI Revolution
Artificial intelligence will radically disrupt the world of work, but the right policy choices can make it a force for a more compassionate social...
Taxify Rides Motorbikes to Lead Over Uber in Africa
Estonian startup Taxify has outpaced Uber in six African countries: Both are now tapping motorbikes, a popular mode of transportation for hire in...
Amazon Investigates Employees Leaking Data for Bribes
Amazon.com is investigating internal leaks as it fights to root out fake reviews and other seller scams from its website.
Adyen's Success Spurs Hopes European Tech Scene Has Turned a Corner
The rousing recent listing of Dutch payments company Adyen is offering investors hope that Europe’s tech scene is finally fertile enough to...
Stranded in a Hurricane? There's an App for That
Carolina residents in the path of Florence have turned to apps like Zello and social media to stay connected—and even call for help.
Google Video Reveals Executive Reaction to 2016 Election
A newly surfaced video that shows Google executives lamenting the 2016 presidential election in an all-staff meeting offers a glimpse into how the...
Lessons From Tesla (the Man, Not the Car)
A century ago, Nikola Tesla was a wildly successful inventor, yet a failed entrepreneur. What went wrong?
North Koreans Exploit Social Media's Vulnerabilities to Dodge Sanctions
Hiding behind fake profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn, a group linked to Pyongyang solicited information-technology work, then stiffed its...
Leadership and Life Lessons from Jeff Bezos
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos tries never to schedule a meeting before 10 a.m. and likes to make a small number of high-quality decisions daily.
Amazon's Bezos: Big Businesses Should Not Be Vilified
Facing political backlash over Amazon’s growing market dominance, Jeff Bezos said that while big companies deserve to be scrutinized, politicians...
More States to Join Justice Department's Discussion on Social Media Concerns
The Justice Department is inviting a bipartisan group of 24 state attorneys general to discuss concerns over social media platforms, after...