The Shift: A Mass Murder of, and for, the Internet
A prayer after leaving a tribute near Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday. Forty-one people died there, the authorities said.
Income Before: $18,000. After: $85,000. Does Tiny Nonprofit Hold a Key to the Middle Class?
The founders of Pursuit, Jukay Hsu, left, and David Yang, at their headquarters in Queens. Their nonprofit program has made a mark by placing trainees in well-paying technology jobs and financing its growth in an innovative way.
As Mark Zuckerberg Tightens Grip on Facebook, 2 Top Deputies Leave
Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, said Thursday that he was leaving the company.
Bits: The Week in Tech: How Much Regulation Is Too Much?
A screen demonstrating facial recognition using artificial intelligence at the CES tech conference in Las Vegas this year.
Space Is Very Big. Some of Its New Explorers Will Be Tiny.
A replica of the MarCO cubesats at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
Trusting in Antitrust: Actions Against Big Tech Are Now Palatable
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, appeared before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees last April to answer questions about Facebook’s failure to protect users’ data and to stop Russian election interference.
All the Crime, All the Time: How Citizen Works
Academic Behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining Sues Facebook for Defamation
Aleksandr Kogan, whose app helped Cambridge Analytica collect Facebook users’ personal information, testifying before Congress in June.
Apple Violated 3 Qualcomm Patents, Jury Finds
A federal court jury said Apple owed the chip maker Qualcomm about $31 million after agreeing with Qualcomm’s claims that Apple had infringed on its patents.
PewDiePie Put in Spotlight After New Zealand Shooting
Felix Kjellberg, the YouTube star better known as PewDiePie, has 89 million subscribers. He stopped in New York in 2015 to promote a book.
Bitcoin Tycoon Who Oversaw Mt. Gox Implosion Gets Suspended Sentence
Mark Karpelès, the former chief executive of the collapsed Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, in Tokyo in 2017. He was detained for more than a year after his 2015 arrest.
What’s Driving Automakers Out of Europe?
The factory in Sunderland, England, where Nissan was going to produce its next X-Trail sport utility vehicle -- until it decided to do the work in Japan instead.
Tesla Model Y, a New S.U.V., Is Unveiled Amid Mounting Challenges
Tesla’s chief executive, Elon Musk, unveiled the Model Y on Thursday. “It has the functionality of an S.U.V., but it will ride like a sports car,” he said.
Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility
A coding mistake led to a major service interruption on Facebook and its other properties, including WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp Go Down. At the Same Time.
Facebook’s key services — Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp — experienced interruptions throughout the day on Wednesday.
SoftBank and Other Investors May Buy $1 Billion Stake in Uber’s Self-Driving Cars
A proposed deal to invest in Uber’s self-driving business would value the unit at $5 billion to $10 billion.
Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation
Facebook’s offices in Menlo Park, Calif. A federal grand jury is looking at partnerships that gave tech companies broad access to Facebook users’ information.
The Shift: A Better Way to Break Up Big Tech
Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, has a proposal for breaking up big tech companies. Our columnist thinks it’s a bold first stab, but he has some thoughts on ways to improve it.
A NASA Journey to the Moon May Need to Find Another Rocket or Two
Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, spoke on Monday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, surrounded by pictures and models of the Space Launch System, which now faces more delays.
Amazon Pulls 2 Books That Promote Unscientific Autism ‘Cures’
An Amazon warehouse in Carteret, N.J. The online retailer has removed listings for two books that promote unscientific “cures” for autism.
F.D.A. Moves to Restrict Flavored E-Cigarette Sales to Teenagers
Juul and other vaping products shelved with candy and other items in a store in Manhattan in November.
Tech We’re Using: Spending Is as Easy as Pushing a Button. The Hard Part? Keeping Track.
Tara Siegel Bernard, a personal finance reporter, said Mint and Personal Capital offered useful tools for managing spending and financial goals.
Tech Tip: How to Take Music Lessons Whenever (and Wherever) Works for You
Playing an instrument can be a rewarding hobby, but if finding the time and a teacher is a challenge, many apps can help get you started.
‘We Know Them. We Trust Them.’ Uber and Airbnb Alumni Fuel Tech’s Next Wave.
Vietnam’s Communist Party Ousts Historian Who Criticized Its China Policy
The historian Tran Duc Anh Son said that Vietnam has irrefutable claims to islands in the South China Sea that China claims as its own.
Uber Settles Drivers’ Lawsuit for $20 Million
Uber settled a long-running legal battle with drivers in California and Massachusetts for $20 million.
The Anxiety of Having a Famous Follower on Twitter
People with a standard number of Twitter followers may feel anxiety when they are followed by the Twitter-famous.
This Animal Activist Used to Get in Your Face. Now He’s Going After Your Palate.
Bruce Friedrich, founder of the Good Food Institute, spent years as an activist trying to persuade people to stop eating meat. Now he’s trying to help companies create alternatives to animal protein.
How a Bitcoin Evangelist Made Himself Vanish, in 15 (Not So Easy) Steps
Google Approved $45 Million Exit Package for Executive Accused of Misconduct
Google agreed to pay Amit Singhal, who ran its search division, as much as $45 million after he was accused of groping an employee, according to a court filing on Monday.