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A 6-year-old died after being pulled under the Tread+. It’s unclear what the next move will be for the connected-fitness-equipment maker.
The company’s ex-vice president of IT faces 20 years in prison for creating a pay-to-play environment with technology vendors.
The decision on Trump is the clearest indication yet that the board does not want to be Facebook’s flunky.
Dropping a bunch of cash and relearning game controls just to play a few new levels isn’t worth it anymore.
A surge in interest for large-screen slates has prompted the company to inject an “Entertainment Space” into the user interface.
The Facebook Oversight Board is referring its most controversial case back to the company.
There's more to helping someone succeed than giving top-down advice. Megan explains.
While parents focus on Facebook and Twitter, children often turn to apps that allow users to remain anonymous, aren't moderated, and that adults have never heard of.
The author of the hit sci-fi novel explains how he’s swapped physics for planetary science and astrobiology.
A hazy atmosphere makes data ricochet all over the place. Now scientists think they can use that signal to better predict severe smoke events.
The game touted its use of the GPT-3 text generator. Then the algorithm started to generate disturbing stories, including sex scenes involving children.
Covid-19 is still raging, but so are efforts to nip its successor in the bud—thanks to data sharing, political cooperation, or a multimillion-dollar challenge.
Most digital productivity tools focus on what you have yet to do, but never celebrate what you've accomplished.
It’s all about how you define the market.
When failure is the only option, characters—even beloved ones—are left with no place to go.
The social network has rules about what can be shown to minors. The Tech Transparency Project found that they aren’t being enforced.
When tech companies first adopted the technique, there was hardly any science supporting it. Now researchers know when gamelike features help—and when they hurt.
Get your photos off your phone and in front of your friends and family with these connected displays.
Finally! An air conditioner I don't want to bash out of my window with a hammer.
This simple electrical device does much of the fundamental work of modern civilization, and it does so modestly and invisibly.