NY Times Tech
- ‘Replacement Theory,’ a Racist, Sexist Doctrine, Spreads in Far-Right Circles
- Lyft Sets $23 Billion Value as High-End Goal for I.P.O.
- Racing Against China, U.S. Reveals Details of $500 Million Supercomputer
- Apple’s Big Spending Plan to Challenge Netflix Takes Shape
- Skies Aren’t Clogged With Drones, but Don’t Rule Them Out Yet
- Devin Nunes Sues Twitter for Allowing Accounts to Insult Him
- Mark Bittman Is Starting a Food Magazine at Medium
- Scarecrow Video Has Survived This Long. Can It Hang On?
- Space Is Very Big. Some of Its New Explorers Will Be Tiny.
- Why a Big Tech Breakup Looks Better to Washington
- All the Crime, All the Time: How Citizen Works
- Academic Behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining Sues Facebook for Defamation
- Apple Violated 3 Qualcomm Patents, Jury Finds
- PewDiePie Put in Spotlight After New Zealand Shooting
- The Shift: A Mass Murder of, and for, the Internet
- Bits: The Week in Tech: How Much Regulation Is Too Much?
- Bitcoin Tycoon Who Oversaw Mt. Gox Implosion Gets Suspended Sentence
- What’s Driving Automakers Out of Europe?
- Tesla Model Y, a New S.U.V., Is Unveiled Amid Mounting Challenges
- Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility
- As Mark Zuckerberg Tightens Grip on Facebook, 2 Top Deputies Leave
- Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp Go Down. At the Same Time.
- SoftBank and Other Investors May Buy $1 Billion Stake in Uber’s Self-Driving Cars
- Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation
- The Shift: A Better Way to Break Up Big Tech
- A NASA Journey to the Moon May Need to Find Another Rocket or Two
- Amazon Pulls 2 Books That Promote Unscientific Autism ‘Cures’
- F.D.A. Moves to Restrict Flavored E-Cigarette Sales to Teenagers
- Tech We’re Using: Spending Is as Easy as Pushing a Button. The Hard Part? Keeping Track.
- Tech Tip: How to Take Music Lessons Whenever (and Wherever) Works for You
- ‘We Know Them. We Trust Them.’ Uber and Airbnb Alumni Fuel Tech’s Next Wave.
- Vietnam’s Communist Party Ousts Historian Who Criticized Its China Policy
- Uber Settles Drivers’ Lawsuit for $20 Million
- Facebook: No one reported NZ shooting video during 17-minute livestream
- Corporations, not consumers, drive demand for HP’s new VR headset
- Apple finally updates the iMac with significantly more powerful CPU and GPU options
- How OpenXR could glue virtual reality’s fragmenting market together
- Thunderstorm with eye-popping 720GJ of energy
- Unity unveils new ties to Nvidia RTX pipeline, takes shots at Unreal
- Call of Duty Mobile announced for iOS, Android, made by China’s Tencent
- Boeing downplayed 737 MAX software risks, self-certified much of plane’s safety
- LG’s latest, greatest OLED TVs will start shipping in April
- New Jersey becomes second state to ban cashless shops and restaurants
- Vladimir Putin signs sweeping Internet-censorship bills
- Figuring out how an odd, gutless worm regrows its head (or tail)
- Brace yourselves: New variant of Mirai takes aim at a new crop of IoT devices
- Google, Microsoft work together for a year to figure out new type of Windows flaw
- Myspace apparently lost 12 years’ worth of music, and almost no one noticed
- Report: Trump “would never get in a self-driving car”
- Apple Watch accurately spotted heart condition 34% of the time in study
- Former Valve designer, writer dishes on his new “co-op” game studio
- Apple updates $499 iPad Air, $399 iPad mini ahead of services event next week
- SpaceX may begin testing its Starship spacecraft this week