The company is partnering with the likes of Bumble, while also making it harder for people to watch.
Emoji messages are being entered as evidence in court, but interpretations vary.
Cheap money is out, and companies hired lots of people during the pandemic.
The app will consider letting Oracle and others police its algorithm.
Microsoft, Meta, and Amazon are all partners in a collaborative, interoperable map project.
Due to the EU’s Digital Markets Act, Big Tech companies like Apple will have to make some changes.
But is the move a business need or a reputational one?
From a billionaire’s charitable pledge to impending layoffs, what happened?
Companies are spending less on cloud computing, the ultimate sign of belt tightening.
The world put all its chips in one basket — now it’s trying to decentralize.
As companies work to copy TikTok, the platform is giving them a taste of their own medicine.
Meta’s betting it all on virtual reality, but it may be too early.
Perks that require an office visit don’t carry the same weight that they used to.
Clearview will offer its controversial tech, typically only available to law enforcement, to public defenders.
We’ve seen shows about WeWork, Uber, and Theranos. Is the “PayPal Mafia” next?
Things are getting interesting before the Musk-Twitter showdown in October.
What happens when we can do stuff in cars other than driving?
The hottest tech products from the early 2000s are gone.
The FTC and Sen. Elizabeth Warren say TurboTax has been tricking taxpayers into paying for tax prep for years.
A new Community feature could help the app usher Meta into the next era of social media.
Plus: Baby formula shortages and Georgia’s film tax credit.
Breaking down why the biggest players in tech are making their stock cheaper.
43% of West Coast tech company jobs are now listed outside of the region.
Amazon, Apple, Google, and 220 other companies have agreed on a new smart-home standard called Matter
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