One pessimistic analyst warned that Twitter is 'toast' and that its shares are not even worth $10, partially because there are so many fake accounts on the platform.
Online news outlets and social networks share responsibility for letting hateful messages fester in their comment spaces, contributing to further degenerating our politics.
In a series of tweets, Tesla CEO announces a plan to start a 'boring company' that will dig tunnels to assuage traffic congestion issues.
Using a system the size of only two atoms as a building block, researchers at Harvard University were able to create the world's smallest radio receiver.
The company apologized Friday for accidentally undercounting traffic, at a time when viewer analytics are becoming increasingly important for digital journalism.
The notetaking company says that despite the implications of its proposed policy change, it remains devoted to user privacy.
The social networking giant says it will make it easier for users to report fake news, flag fake stories with the help of fact-checkers, and disrupt financial incentives that drive fake news.
The commercial spaceflight company, SpaceX, plans to send humans into space in 2018, months after the launch was originally scheduled.
The new breach was likely separate from a 2014 incident, which Yahoo attributed to state-sponsored cybercriminals.
Depending on its specifics, experts say, the final policy could be both constitutional and precedented – even if critics find it offensive and ineffective.
The dominant economic model of the West for the past seven decades faces challenges from both the left and the right. Will the neoliberal narrative be replaced by one that aims to create more than just market value?
The new company will be called Waymo, a name intended to suggest 'a new way forward in mobility.'