State of the Art: Facebook Conceded It Might Make You Feel Bad. Here’s How to Interpret That.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, has been publicly grappling with Facebook’s role in the world.
Uber Engaged in ‘Illegal’ Spying on Rivals, Ex-Employee Says
Pilot models of Uber’s self-driving cars in Pittsburgh. A letter by a former Uber security employee, detailing past actions designed “expressly for the purpose of acquiring trade secrets” from competitors, was made public in a federal court on Friday.
What’s Next After the Repeal of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission has spoken, and its repeal of net neutrality rules will go into effect in the coming weeks.
Bits: Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Net Neutrality Is Gone
Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, before the agency’s vote to repeal net neutrality rules on Thursday.
Are High Heels Headed for a Tumble?
Google Thinks I’m Dead
In Italy, #MeToo Is More Like ‘Meh’
Laura Boldrini, center, president of Italy’s lower house of Parliament, turned Montecitorio Palace into a women-only institution on a recent Saturday, seeking to emphasize how sexual harassment and abuse against women are often ignored in the country.
For Disney’s Iger, a Bold Move That Will Define His Legacy
Robert A. Iger has made several high-profile purchases as Disney’s chief executive, but his deal for 21st Century Fox dwarfs them all.
Apple Adds Another Show to Its Growing Streaming Stable
Ronald D. Moore, right, with David Eick, his fellow executive producer on last decade’s “Battlestar Galactica.” Mr. Moore’s new TV project is the third acquired by Apple.
Right and Left React to the F.C.C.’s Vote on Net Neutrality Rules
Ajit Pai, the Federal Communications Commission chairman, before the commission’s vote on Thursday on net neutrality rules.
Critic’s Notebook: You Know Your History? These Podcasts Aren’t So Sure
Tech Tip: Managing Apps on iOS 11
If you find your iOS device is cluttered with apps that don’t work anymore, you have a few options for deleting the old software.
Life on the Meme Council: Meet the Internet’s Gatekeepers
From left: the very meme-able “Bee Movie,” “Rick and Morty” and Johnny Depp.
Trilobites: An 8th Planet Is Found Orbiting a Distant Star, With A.I.’s Help
A comparison of planets in our own solar system, bottom, with planets observed circling Kepler 90, a star more than 2,000 light-years from Earth. Scientists using artificial intelligence supplied by Google researchers just detected an eighth planet orbiting the star.
Why Net Neutrality Was Repealed and How It Affects You
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules. Here’s what you need to know.
Ford Chooses a Detroit Base to Take On Silicon Valley
A rendering of the renovated Detroit garment factory where Ford will base a team working on electric and self-driving cars.
F.C.C. Repeals Net Neutrality Rules
Ajit Pai, the F.C.C. chairman, said the rollback of the net neutrality rules would eventually help consumers because broadband providers like AT&T and Comcast could offer people a wider variety of service options.
Tech Tip: Drawing on the Desktop
Graphics tablets, like this one from Wacom, allow those with desktop computers to use a digital pen for input instead of a mouse or trackball.
Disney Makes $52.4 Billion Deal for 21st Century Fox in Big Bet on Streaming
Disney’s chief executive, Robert A. Iger, is steering the company into streaming services to compete with Netflix, Apple, Amazon and Facebook.
AT&T Agrees to Contract, and Union Backs Time Warner Deal
Workers on strike outside an AT&T store in New York in May. A contract deal with the company would increase pay and job protections.
Uber Under Criminal Investigation, Justice Dept. Confirms in Letter to Court
Anthony Levandowski, a former Waymo employee, is accused of stealing trade secrets on driverless cars.
Ajit Pai Nears His Biggest Win With Net Neutrality Repeal
Tech Fix: The Biggest Tech Failures and Successes of 2017
A screen showing Richard F. Smith, the former chief executive of Equifax, testifying to Congress about the credit agency's major data breach.
Facebook Sees Little Evidence of Russian Meddling in ‘Brexit’ Vote
Protesters against the British vote to leave the European Union gathered outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Wednesday.
Tech We’re Using: Busting the Myths About A.I. Invading Our Lives
Cade Metz, a technology reporter, at his desk in San Francisco. While enormous gains have been made in artificial intelligence, there is still a long way to go, he said.
Tech Tip: Moving Notes in Google Keep to Other Programs
The handy note-taking application includes an option to easily save your jottings as a word-processing document.
Tech Tip: 2017’s Best Technology Tips and Tricks: You Asked, We Answered
China Names and Shames Tech Tycoon With Debt Blacklist
Jia Yueting in San Francisco in 2016.
Google, Looking to Tiptoe Back Into China, Announces A.I. Center
Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, speaking at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, this month. His company has been looking for ways to re-enter the Chinese market.
State of the Art: How 2017 Became a Turning Point for Tech Giants
Toshiba Settles Fight With Western Digital That Imperiled a Major Deal
Yasuo Naruke, left, chief executive of Toshiba Memory Corporation, and Yuji Sugimoto, head of Bain Capital’s operations in Japan, during a news conference in Yokkaichi, Japan, in October.
The Shift: I Was Wrong About Bitcoin. Here’s Why.
People using a Bitcoin ATM in Hong Kong. Bitcoin has soared in value, but more as an investable security like gold than as a currency for everyday purchases.
Indiegogo Goes Where Few Companies Dare: Into Initial Coin Offerings
Slava Rubin, one of Indiegogo’s founders, said the crowdfunding site wanted to “bring a brand of trust to the entire industry” of initial coin offerings.
Net Neutrality Protests Move Online, Yet Big Tech Is Quiet
Kickstarter’s home screen on Tuesday.
Tech Tip: Protecting Your Data When Using Browser Extensions
Those useful little programs that expand your web browser’s powers sometimes require a lot of access to your personal information.
Can Texting Save Lives?
Crisis Text Line is upending the suicide hotline, modernizing it for today’s teenagers, one text at a time.
Trying to Bypass Anxiety on the Road to Driverless Cars
A Volvo factory in Goteborg, Sweden. Volvo is trying to apply learning from the use of driver-assistance features to design fully autonomous cars.
The Shift: The Alt-Right Created a Parallel Internet. It’s an Unholy Mess.
Cody Wilson developed a crowdfunding website, Hatreon, to give right-wing personalities and others a way to raise money for their projects.
Itineraries: Airports Are Losing Money as Ride-Hailing Services Grow
In response to a loss in revenue caused by ride-hailing services, some airports are trying to encourage people to drive and park. Boston’s Logan International guarantees parking in a special area, above, for joining its Passport Gold program.
Tech Tip: Moving Your Number and Going Mobile
If you are staying within the same geographic area, transferring your old wired phone number to a mobile device could be easier than you think.
Germany Accuses China of Using LinkedIn to Recruit Informants
The Chinese Embassy in Berlin on Monday. German intelligence services said that more than 10,000 German citizens had been targeted by Chinese spies on LinkedIn and other social media sites.
Will Robots Take Our Children’s Jobs?
Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future in U.S.
A man using his laptop in Portugal. While the European Union has net neutrality rules in place, telecom providers have pushed the boundaries at times in Sweden, Germany, Portugal and elsewhere.