AT&T and Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube
Google’s complex at Mountain View, Calif., in November.
Banks and Tech Firms Battle Over Something Akin to Gold: Your Data
William Harris, the founder of Personal Capital, said the problems with getting access to data from banks had grown worse over the last year.
State of the Art: Trump Says Regulations Impede. Perhaps Not in the Electric Car Business.
Tech Fix: Crossing the Border? Here’s How to Safeguard Your Data From Searches
YouTube Advertiser Exodus Highlights Perils of Online Ads
German students took a workshop in January on how to become a “rock star” user on YouTube.
C.I.A. Developed Tools to Spy on Mac Computers, WikiLeaks Disclosure Shows
An Apple store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan last year.
Congress Moves to Strike Internet Privacy Rules From Obama Era
The Senate vote on Thursday foreshadowed a broader rollback of tech and telecom policies that have drawn the ire of conservatives and companies such as AT&T and Verizon.
Bits: Tech Roundup: Why Regulation Benefits (Yes, Benefits) Electric Cars
President Trump in Ypsilanti, Mich., last week with government and auto industry officials. He said he would alter rules imposed by his predecessor to raise fuel standards.
Tech Tip: Sorting Messages on Gmail
Google offers a few tools to organize your mail as it arrives in your in box so you can find the most important messages more easily.
Wheels: Self-Driving Cars Could Be Boon for Aged, After Initial Hurdles
Steven Gold outside his home in Oak Park, Mich. “If I were still a good driver in a few years, I’d consider a semiautonomous car,” he said.
Smartwatches at a Crossroads, and Some Analysts are Optimistic
Tom Foldesi, head of TAG Heuer’s Connected division, presenting the Connected Modular 45, which allows the wearer to switch between connected and mechanical modules.
TAG Heuer’s Revolution: It’s a Smartwatch. It’s a Mechanical Watch, Too.
The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 watch is the company’s new entry in the smartwatch race.
On Campus: How the Depressed Find Solace on Yik Yak, Believe It or Not
Now on Twitter: Chelsea Clinton, Unbound
Chelsea Clinton in Ann Arbor, Mich., last fall during a campaign event for Hillary Clinton.
North Korea Said to Be Target of Inquiry Over $81 Million Cyberheist
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York was led to move money from the Bangladesh central bank to other accounts in February 2016.
Bits: Tech Roundup: What’s New With Uber
The internet entrepreneur Arianna Huffington, an Uber board member, was one of the women who joined in the company’s recent conference call.
Tech Tip: What to Do With a Full Phone
It can be easy to fill up your smartphone with downloaded content, but spring cleaning or additional memory can give you space.
Ask The Wirecutter: When a Basic Laptop Will Do: Our Top Budget Picks
An Apple event in San Francisco last year. People looking for a laptop just to browse the web and send email have many less-expensive options.
China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon
Neurala’s office in Boston. The company, an artificial intelligence start-up, received an undisclosed sum from an investment firm backed by a state-run Chinese company.
Airbnb’s Rivals in China Hold Hands in a Nervous New Market
Sun Huifeng, a marketer for an information technology company, rents out one of the rooms in his apartment in Beijing. The plants were given to him by Xiaozhu, a house-sharing start-up that he uses to advertise the property.
India’s ‘Phone Romeos’ Look for Ms. Right via Wrong Numbers
A police call center in Lucknow, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The center said it gets roughly 700 calls every day, mostly from women complaining of persistent calls from strange men.
A.I. Expert at Baidu, Andrew Ng, Resigns From Chinese Search Giant
Andrew Ng, an alumnus of Stanford and Google, in 2012.
Uber Board Stands by Travis Kalanick as It Reveals Plans to Repair Its Image
At a drivers’ center in Long Island City, Queens, Uber employees helped future drivers with paperwork early this month. The company is seeking to improve relations with its drivers, who are freelancers.
What Travelers Should Know About New Restrictions on Devices
Passengers waited to check in at the Istanbul Ataturk Airport the day after an armed attack there last June.
Tech Tip: Calling 911 on a Mobile Phone
Emergency calls from wireless phones are handled differently from those from landlines, but the technology is evolving.
Bits: Tech Roundup: Uber’s Many Bumps in the Road
Jeff Jones, who once oversaw Target’s marketing division, left Uber after just six months with the company. Brian McClendon, vice president of maps and business platform, plans to leave Uber at the end of the month.
Google Tries to Stop Ads From Appearing Next to Hate Speech
Google’s complex at Mountain View, Calif., in November.
Devices Banned on Flights From 10 Countries Over ISIS Fears
An Emirates plane at the Dubai airport in the United Arab Emirates.
On Money: Platform Companies Are Becoming More Powerful — but What Exactly Do They Want?
Bits: Tech Roundup: Will Robots Replace Lawyers?
A number of companies are applying artificial intelligence to legal work. But lawyers won’t be obsolete anytime soon.
Tech Tip: Stopping Video Autoplay on Google Chrome
If you find videos on web pages are starting to play by themselves despite your browser settings, you may have to take some extra steps.
Skin Deep: Is Huda Kattan the Most Influential Beauty Blogger in the World?
Huda Kattan, with 18 million Instagram followers and a namesake makeup line, is a dynamo in the beauty world.
In New York, Bringing Broadband to Everyone by 2018
A Todd Cable Construction employee stringing cable to telephone poles for the Margaretville Telephone Company in North Blenheim in upstate New York this month.
YouTube Filtering Draws Ire of Gay and Transgender Creators
Gigi Gorgeous in 2016. She stars in a YouTube-produced documentary about her transition, and has recently criticized YouTube for the effect its parental-control setting has on L.G.B.T. content.
In Battle for Digital India, Vodafone Teams Up With Idea Cellular
Billboards in Kolkata, India, in 2014. In recent years, the use of smartphones in the country has ballooned.
Bits: Riding With the Underdogs: Apps Fill a Void Left by Uber and Lyft
Jaime Naugle, a driver for the ride-sharing app Fasten, with a passenger in Austin, Tex.
A.I. Is Doing Legal Work. But It Won’t Replace Lawyers, Yet.
James Yoon, a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, Calif., says people are willing to pay for his experience. “What clients don’t want to pay for is any routine work.”
As Uber Woos More Drivers, Taxis Hit Back
Uber employees help future drivers with paperwork at its new driver center in Long Island City, Queens.