1. Online Privacy, Abandoned Opinion, Yesterday

    A reader notes the concession to business interests, and the hollowness of Republican calls for individual freedom.

  2. What the Repeal of Online Privacy Protections Means for You Technology, Yesterday

    Now that internet providers will not have to get permission to collect and sell customers’ online information, how will that affect privacy online?

  3. Awaiting the Next Android Invasion Technology, Yesterday

    Google has released the next version of its mobile operating system to app developers, but regular users will get the software further down the line.

  4. Tech Roundup: Capturing Memories With a Lot of Video Cameras Technology, Yesterday

    Farhad Manjoo, a technology columnist at The New York Times, is experimenting with setting up his home to resemble the set of a reality television show.

  5. Samsung, After Combustible Galaxy Note 7, Unveils New Smartphone Technology, Yesterday

    Hoping to overcome a troubled year, the company revealed the Galaxy S8 smartphone with a large 5.8-inch screen and a virtual assistant, Bixby.

  6. How to Use Technology to Outsource Pet Care Technology, Yesterday

    A growing number of start-ups offer apps and gadgets to help you walk your dog or feed your cat, but most aren’t worth the money.

  7. He Turned His Home Into a Reality Television Show Technology, Yesterday

    The Times’s tech columnist, Farhad Manjoo, grapples with technology’s shortcomings yet embraces it to an extreme degree at home.

  8. Republicans Attack Internet Privacy Opinion, Yesterday

    Congress has voted to let online providers sell advertisers information on customers without permission.

  9. How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers Opinion, Yesterday

    President Trump might soon sign a bill that lets internet service providers sell your web browsing history and other personal information.

  10. Congress Moves to Overturn Obama-Era Online Privacy Rules Technology, March 28

    Following the Senate, the House voted to dismantle rules requiring broadband providers to get permission before collecting data on a user’s online activity.

  11. ‘Mortal Kombat’ and ‘Solitaire’ Among Video Game Hall of Fame Finalists Arts, March 28

    The World Video Game Hall of Fame announced 12 finalists for its third class of inductees, including “Donkey Kong” and “Wii Sports.”

  12. Tech Roundup: Improving Uber’s Diversity and Culture Technology, March 28

    Uber, facing tremendous pressure to revamp its workplace culture, released a report detailing its work force’s lack of diversity, with figures similar to those at other tech companies.

  13. Leaving New Fingerprints on the iPhone Technology, March 28

    If your device randomly rejects your attempts to unlock it with your fingertip, try a few of the basic troubleshooting steps on hand.

  14. Uber Releases Diversity Report and Repudiates Its ‘Hard-Charging Attitude’ Technology, March 28

    The report, which excludes drivers, showed Uber’s employees are overwhelmingly male and the largest ethnic group is white, though the figures are not so different from other tech companies.

  15. Facebook Mirrors Snapchat (Again) With Stories Feature Technology, March 28

    It lets people share videos and photographs in the Facebook app that will disappear after 24 hours, similar to the Stories feature on Instagram, also owned by Facebook.

  16. None of Us Are Safe From Getting ‘Owned’ Magazine, March 28

    Online, where information is power, we’re all at risk of being exposed as vulnerable, ignorant or worse.

  17. Tech Roundup: The World’s Top Venture Capitalists Technology, March 27

    In collaboration with the research firm CB Insights, The New York Times presents the top 20 venture investors this year, many of whom have moved around from 2016.

  18. Escaping the Scareware Alert Technology, March 27

    If intrusive pop-ups from your browser claim your computer has a virus, odds are someone is trying to scam you.

  19. The Top 20 Venture Capitalists Worldwide Interactive, March 27

    These 20 venture capitalists – the investors who unearth the tiny start-ups that turn into tomorrow’s behemoths – are on the winningest streaks.

  20. In Wake of Attack, U.K. Officials to Push Against Encryption Technology Technology, March 27

    Government officials will meet with representatives of U.S. technology firms this week to demand that they do more to help in the fight against terrorism and online hate speech.

  21. Retail Instincts Propel Investor to Venture Capitalism’s Top Tier Technology, March 26

    Kirsten Green is unusual for a number of reasons: She never worked at a venture capital firm before starting her own, and she’s a woman in a male-dominated field.

  22. Push for Internet Privacy Rules Moves to Statehouses Technology, March 26

    As Congress acts to roll back regulations limiting access to consumer data, several states are considering laws that could have a wide impact.

  23. North Korea’s Rising Ambition Seen in Bid to Breach Global Banks Technology, March 25

    An attack late last year targeting more than 20 Polish banks suggests that hackers linked to North Korea are becoming more sophisticated and brazen.

  24. Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: YouTube’s Problematic Advertising Technology, March 25

    Farhad and Mike discuss how YouTube’s issues with brands pulling ads because of racist content has caused a major headache for Google’s video arm.

  25. Amazon’s Ambitions Unboxed: Stores for Furniture, Appliances and More Technology, March 25

    The online retailing giant is trying to bring its own formula to traditional retailing. If it is successful, it could change how all stores operate.

  26. Tech Roundup: A Senate Vote Is Not the Final Word on Internet Privacy Technology, March 24

    It’s clear that Washington is moving away from recent privacy protection rules. But there are technology solutions to the problem.

  27. Smartphones That Get Too Darn Hot Technology, March 24

    Exposure to extreme temperatures can damage your device, so follow the manufacturer’s safety guidelines.

  28. How to Log Off of Facebook Forever, With All Its Perks and Pitfalls Technology, March 24

    Closing your social media accounts can help protect your privacy, but it can also mean cutting yourself off from friends, family and opportunity.

  29. Friday Mailbag: Photos, Corrections, Raids and Notebooks Public Editor, March 24

    Should The Times have run a gruesome photo of a woman injured in the London terror attack? And did a video of a drug raid need to be set to autoplay?

  30. Fake Sleuths: Web Gets It Wrong on London Attacker Technology, March 24

    On the dark side of digital platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia, individuals’ misconceptions and outright falsehoods can overrun basic facts.

  31. C.I.A. Developed Tools to Spy on Mac Computers, WikiLeaks Disclosure Shows Technology, March 23

    Leaked details about the spy agency’s cyberweapons programs suggest the agency had developed spy tools for older Mac software, and had worked on a newer version last year.

  32. Congress Moves to Strike Internet Privacy Rules From Obama Era Technology, March 23

    The Senate voted to overturn regulations that required telecom companies to ask permission before tracking users’ behavior, beginning a repeal of Obama-era regulations.

  33. Creativity and the Internet Opinion, March 23

    An advocacy group writes that we must protect the new era of internet creativity from overbroad copyright rules.

  34. Tech Roundup: Why Regulation Benefits (Yes, Benefits) Electric Cars Technology, March 23

    An argument can be made that governments can prod companies to innovate. The growing popularity of electric cars provides a case in point.

  35. Sorting Messages on Gmail Technology, March 23

    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.

  36. AT&T and Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube Business Day, March 22

    The companies cited concerns that Google was not doing enough to prevent brands from appearing next to offensive material, like hate speech.

  37. Tech Roundup: What’s New With Uber Technology, March 22

    Sure, it’s been a tough few weeks for the ride-hailing service. But Uber’s board says it still supports the embattled chief executive, Travis Kalanick.

  38. What to Do With a Full Phone Technology, March 22

    It can be easy to fill up your smartphone with downloaded content, but spring cleaning or additional memory can give you space.

  39. When a Basic Laptop Will Do: Our Top Budget Picks Technology, March 22

    If your expectations are modest, you might be able to save some money and get a great performer running Google Chrome OS for around $400, a Wirecutter expert says.

  40. China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon Technology, March 22

    Beijing is pushing Chinese firms to invest in early-stage U.S. companies specializing in technology with potential military applications, a new report says.

  41. Trump Says Regulations Impede. Perhaps Not in the Electric Car Business. Technology, March 22

    Sometimes the only way to push technology advances is through rules. Loosening the ones on fuel economy could leave the car industry out of step with the future.

  42. A.I. Expert at Baidu, Andrew Ng, Resigns From Chinese Search Giant Technology, March 22

    The departure is a blow to Baidu, which has been betting big on artificial intelligence as a foundation to fields like voice recognition and driverless cars.

  43. Uber Board Stands by Travis Kalanick as It Reveals Plans to Repair Its Image Technology, March 21

    In a conference call with executives, Uber presented a list of changes it plans to make to improve morale and repair its tarnished reputation.

  44. What Travelers Should Know About New Restrictions on Devices Technology, March 21

    Who is affected by the flight restriction, and what should you do?

  45. Calling 911 on a Mobile Phone Technology, March 21

    Emergency calls from wireless phones are handled differently from those from landlines, but the technology is evolving.

  46. Tech Roundup: Uber’s Many Bumps in the Road Technology, March 21

    The issues continue to build at the ride-hailing company. The latest problem is growing concern about executive turnover.

  47. Crossing the Border? Here’s How to Safeguard Your Data From Searches Technology, March 21

    Lately some travelers have been pressured to hand over their smartphones at the airport. But you can’t provide access to the data if you don’t hold the keys.

  48. Google Tries to Stop Ads From Appearing Next to Hate Speech Technology, March 21

    After complaints from brands whose content was shown alongside offensive material online, the search giant pledged to improve its safeguards.

  49. Tech Roundup: Will Robots Replace Lawyers? Technology, March 20

    A number of companies are applying artificial intelligence to legal work. But lawyers won’t be obsolete anytime soon.

  50. Stopping Video Autoplay on Google Chrome Technology, March 20

    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.

  51. In New York, Bringing Broadband to Everyone by 2018 N.Y. / Region, March 20

    Under a state-led initiative, even far-flung homes are getting wired, giving residents faster access to the internet and changing lives.

  52. YouTube Filtering Draws Ire of Gay and Transgender Creators Technology, March 20

    The company apologized on Monday for the way its family-friendly restricted mode had filtered some videos.

  53. Travel Apps and Games for Children on the Go Travel, March 20

    Long airplane and car trips are the time to let your children binge on apps — especially those that get them thinking.

  54. In Battle for Digital India, Vodafone Teams Up With Idea Cellular Business Day, March 20

    The $23 billion deal would create one of the world’s largest cellphone providers, with roughly 400 million subscribers in the country.

  55. Riding With the Underdogs: Apps Fill a Void Left by Uber and Lyft Technology, March 19

    The two all-but-ubiquitous ride-sharing apps no longer operate in Austin, Tex. But the city doesn’t seem to be hurting, even in the midst of a huge festival.

  56. A.I. Is Doing Legal Work. But It Won’t Replace Lawyers, Yet. Technology, March 19

    The legal profession relies more and more on automation. But fears that it will be automated out of existence are overblown, researchers say. For now.

  57. As Uber Woos More Drivers, Taxis Hit Back N.Y. / Region, March 18

    Rival centers serving drivers underscore a fierce competition as ride-hailing apps have expanded in New York.

  58. Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: Intel’s Big Bet on Self-Driving Cars Technology, March 18

    Farhad and Mike discuss Intel’s purchase of Mobileye, a long-term wager that the future of chips and cameras will be inside autonomous vehicles.

  59. With Her Dating App, Women Are in Control Fashion & Style, March 18

    Whitney Wolfe helped found Tinder, but left after a relationship soured. With Bumble, she is fighting a culture of crotch shots and pickup artists.

  60. In Silicon Valley, a Voice of Caution Guides a High-Flying Uber Technology, March 18

    The venture capitalist Bill Gurley is a rare figure in Silicon Valley, vocally chiding some of the biggest start-up stars to show some discipline.

  61. One Billion Yahoo Accounts Still for Sale, Despite Hacking Indictments Technology, March 17

    Federal investigators continue to pursue the people behind a 2013 attack compromising user accounts, despite filing charges in a 2014 cyberattack.

  62. A Tweet to Kurt Eichenwald, a Strobe and a Seizure. Now, an Arrest. Technology, March 17

    A strobe-light image sent on Twitter to Mr. Eichenwald, a journalist who has epilepsy, has been compared to sending a bomb or anthrax in the mail.

  63. Tech Roundup: Portrait of a Russian Hacker Technology, March 17

    A man accused of compromising 500 million Yahoo accounts is an intelligence officer already imprisoned by his own government.

  64. Hand Me the AUX Cord Technology, March 17

    Auxiliary audio cables and Bluetooth adapters can bridge the gap between old technology and a new car’s entertainment system.

  65. Friday Mailbag: Where Are the Women? Public Editor, March 17

    Also: Were Judge Gorsuch’s ties to a billionaire truly a “web”? And was that billionaire actually “secretive”?

  66. Snoop Dogg, Bow Wow and an Ill-Advised Retweet Public Editor, March 17

    Should a Times culture writer have commented on a vulgar tweet by a rapper?

  67. Mount Etna Erupts in Sicily, Injuring at Least 10 World, March 16

    Firestorm met tweetstorm when a BBC crew was caught up in a blast of steam and molten lava from Europe’s biggest volcano.

  68. Tech Roundup: Behind One of Yahoo’s Big Hacks Technology, March 16

    It’s not just last year’s election that Russian hackers set their sights on, according to the Justice Department.

  69. McDonald’s Says Twitter Account Compromised After Anti-Trump Post Business Day, March 16

    The message did not last long before it was deleted, but it was shared many hundreds of times and set off a furious round of comment.

  70. Does This USB Drive Look FAT? Technology, March 16

    The Windows and Mac platforms have their own preferred file systems, but many external USB drives can work with both.

  71. Don’t Sweat the Internet Opinion, March 15

    A reader offers a cure for its ills.

  72. Gamer’s Death Pushes Risks of Live Streaming Into View Technology, March 15

    After Brian C. Vigneault died near the end of a 24-hour live stream, many players acknowledged the health risks of a culture that rewards those who stay online for hours.

  73. Tech Roundup: The Internet’s Creative Side Takes Off Technology, March 15

    Consumers have been subscribing to Netflix for some time, but now they seem more game to pay for all sorts of content.

  74. Indictment in Yahoo Data Breach Interactive, March 15

    Four men, including two Russian intelligence agents, face 47 criminal charges, including conspiracy, computer fraud, economic espionage, theft of trade secrets and aggravated identity theft.

  75. The Internet’s Boon to Democracy Opinion, March 15

    The Internet Association argues that modern society benefits greatly.

  76. Russian Agents Were Behind Yahoo Hack, U.S. Says Technology, March 15

    Four men, including two Russian intelligence agents, were charged for their roles in the theft of 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014.

  77. Just What Was in That iOS System Update? Technology, March 15

    If you want to see what else happened besides security patches and bug fixes when you installed that update, check the source.

  78. Using Sling TV and Secure Texts to Keep on Top of Trump Technology, March 15

    Michael D. Shear, White House reporter, follows President Trump’s 140-character pronouncements closely. And he has Google Home — at home.

  79. Inside John Calipari’s Media Empire Sports, March 15

    Kentucky Coach John Calipari has faced stinging criticism in the past. Now, as the driving force behind several media platforms, he’s trying to control his own message.

  80. How the Internet Is Saving Culture, Not Killing It Technology, March 15

    There has been huge growth in digital subscription services, and they are revolutionizing every cultural industry.

  81. Maker of ‘Smart’ Vibrators Settles Data Collection Lawsuit for $3.75 Million Technology, March 14

    The company, Standard Innovation, which was collecting intimate data from the bluetooth-enabled devices, denied any wrongdoing.

  82. Tech Roundup: The Race to Be Under the Hood of Driverless Cars Technology, March 14

    Chip makers such as Intel are excited about the market for autonomous vehicles, which require a lot of computing power.

  83. Canning Spam the Safer Way Technology, March 14

    Unsolicited junk mail is a fact of online life, but make sure you know who’s sending it before you click that Unsubscribe link.

  84. Facebook and Twitter Could Face Fines in Germany Over Hate Speech Posts Technology, March 14

    The minister of justice said he would introduce a law requiring penalties for tech companies that did not respond quickly enough to delete illegal posts.

  85. If Everything Can Be ‘Weaponized,’ What Should We Fear? Magazine, March 14

    We risk obscuring real sources of violence when a tweet can be considered a tool of war.

  86. It’s Possible to Hack a Phone With Sound Waves, Researchers Show Technology, March 14

    A component in many devices, including fitness monitors and smartphones, is vulnerable to the digital version of an opera singer shattering a wine glass.

  87. New York City Sues Verizon, Claiming Broken Promises of Fios Coverage N.Y. / Region, March 13

    The city says Verizon failed to honor an agreement to build a citywide Fios network, shutting out “tens of thousands” of prospective customers.

  88. Tech Roundup: Amazon Error Is a Reminder That No Company Is Infallible Technology, March 13

    An error at an Amazon data center in Virginia caused chaos for a number of websites. The mistake offers a lesson on dependency.

  89. Code Orange Means ‘Plug It In’ Technology, March 13

    Several versions of the Android operating system have a setting that helps conserve battery power until you get back to your tablet’s charger.

  90. How Darwin Evolved: 25,540 Paper Fragments Tell the Story Arts, March 13

    Researchers at the American Museum of Natural History have used superfast computers to reorganize the raw notes that formed “On the Origin of Species.”

  91. Intel Buys Mobileye in $15.3 Billion Bid to Lead Self-Driving Car Market Business Day, March 13

    The deal underlines the chip maker’s determination to make sure it can provide the computing power needed for autonomous vehicles.

  92. Miscue Calls Attention to Amazon’s Dominance in Cloud Computing Business Day, March 12

    A rare service breakdown has provided an opportunity for rivals like Google and Microsoft to preach the benefits of working with multiple providers.

  93. Resist the Internet Opinion, March 11

    We have nothing to lose but our electronic chains.

  94. Farhad’s and Cecilia’s Week in Tech: Tech Policy, Too, Is Undergoing a Sea Change Technology, March 11

    While immigration, health care and Russia are hogging the media oxygen, big reversals are happening in Obama-era tech policy.

  95. Waymo Asks Court to Block Uber’s Self-Driving Car Project Technology, March 10

    The autonomous car unit of Google’s parent company has also accused a former company executive of systematically stealing proprietary documents.

  96. Tech Roundup: Julian Assange as Tech Companies’ Defender Technology, March 10

    Mr. Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, said the group would give tech companies technical details to fix security flaws in phones and software said to have been exploited by the C.I.A.

  97. Using the TV App for iOS Technology, March 10

    Apple recently updated its storage of movies and other video content for iOS devices, but some users have found the transition buggy.

  98. Airbnb Raises $1 Billion More in a Funding Round Technology, March 9

    Airbnb, a rental company for short-term lodging, raised $1 billion in a financing round that began last summer and that valued the business at $30 billion.

  99. The Truth About the WikiLeaks C.I.A. Cache Opinion, March 9

    If anything, the documents confirm the strength of encryption technologies.

  100. How Breaking the Rules Could Win You $250,000 Technology, March 9

    Nominations are open for a M.I.T. Media Lab award to honor an individual or group engaged in “responsible disobedience” in an effort to move society forward.

  101. Facebook Reports BBC to Police Over Investigation Into Child Sex Images Business Day, March 9

    The move by Facebook highlights a growing debate over how and when the social network should moderate the mass of content on its site.

  102. Tweaking Alerts From Google Calendar Technology, March 9

    You can adjust settings to give yourself more notice about meetings recorded in your calendar.

  103. Tech Roundup: Preventing Hacking From Happening to You Technology, March 9

    Leaked documents indicate the C.I.A. knows about lots of software vulnerabilities. The question is: Who else knows?

  104. Justin Bieber Impersonator Is Charged With Child-Sex Crimes World, March 9

    The police in Australia said the 42-year-old man had pretended to be the pop star as a way to lure explicit images from children online.

  105. With Claims of C.I.A. Hacking, How to Protect Your Devices Technology, March 8

    Want to protect against surveillance through your iPhones, Android devices, Wi-Fi routers and Samsung televisions? Update, update, update.

  106. Thinking of Rigging Your Home With Smart Devices? Start Here Technology, March 8

    There’s an abundance of electronics designed to simplify home life. The Wirecutter’s smart home editor explains how to decide which devices are for you.

  107. Dressing Up Your Mac Mail Messages Technology, March 8

    Apple’s built-in email program for the Mac operating system includes templates for easily adding photos, borders and other eye-catching elements.

  108. Tech Roundup: WikiLeaks Documents Point to Scourge of Cyberweapons Technology, March 8

    A release of documents by WikiLeaks on Tuesday shows the extent to which spy agencies are collecting malware to aid in their surveillance.

  109. Snap Makes a Bet on the Cultural Supremacy of the Camera Technology, March 8

    Our rising dependence on cameras is changing our language, and the company behind Snapchat is counting on the eventual dominance of visual culture.

  110. WikiLeaks Reignites Tensions Between Silicon Valley and Spy Agencies Technology, March 7

    Leaked documents appear to indicate that the C.I.A. was collecting cyberweapons that can break into smartphones and even internet-connected televisions.

  111. Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos’s Moon Shot, Gets First Paying Customer Technology, March 7

    In about five years, Eutelsat, a satellite TV provider, will strap one of its satellites to a new Blue Origin rocket to be delivered to space.

  112. Travis Kalanick, Uber’s Chief, Wants a No. 2 Executive Technology, March 7

    After several recent incidents that called into question Uber’s culture and tactics, its chief is looking for help leading the ride-sharing company.

  113. With WikiLeaks Claims of C.I.A. Hacking, How Vulnerable Is Your Smartphone? Technology, March 7

    Documents released by WikiLeaks indicate the extent to which the spy agency was looking for ways to break into ordinary consumer devices.

  114. U.S. Fines ZTE of China $1.19 Billion for Breaching Sanctions Technology, March 7

    The Chinese technology company agreed to plead guilty to charges that it broke United States sanctions and sold electronics to Iran and North Korea.

  115. How to Get Windows 10 to Run Older Programs Technology, March 7

    Microsoft’s current operating system comes with compatibility settings that may convince outdated applications to work on Windows 10.

  116. Tech Roundup: Uber, Lyft and Gridlock in New York Technology, March 6

    Subway ridership in New York is down for the first time since 2009. That has coincided with the explosive growth of companies like Uber.

  117. The Downside of Ride-Hailing: More New York City Gridlock N.Y. / Region, March 6

    Ride-hailing apps, an existential threat to taxis, are also siphoning passengers from subways and buses, raising concerns over worsening congestion.

  118. Ride-Hailing Apps Are Booming Video, March 6

    Uber and other ride-hailing apps are transforming transportation in New York City, and challenging the city's financial dependency on it.

  119. Activists Rush to Save Government Science Data — If They Can Find It Science, March 6

    The Trump administration has begun changing some government websites. A group of concerned citizens has been working to preserve data it sees as politically vulnerable.

  120. Tech Roundup: America’s Cyberwar Against North Korea Technology, March 6

    President Trump’s accusatory tweets against his predecessor drew attention from news of an effort to thwart North Korea’s nuclear missile program.

  121. Questions About Mac Security and Google Password Prompts Technology, March 6

    You can link your mail accounts and social media services to Apple’s operating system for easy integration, but keep your passwords up to date.

  122. Turkey to Investigate Antitrust Complaint Against Google Technology, March 6

    The country’s competition authority will look at whether the search giant unfairly promotes its own digital services on Android over those of rivals.

  123. Shooting Percentages? Device Tracks Players’ Heart Rates Sports, March 4

    By showing energy levels, biometric data can help coaches decide who needs a rest or more work.

  124. Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: Uber, Oh Boy. Technology, March 4

    Snap debuted on the New York Stock Exchange and raised over $3 billion. And three new blows to Uber.

  125. Blockchain: A Better Way to Track Pork Chops, Bonds, Bad Peanut Butter? Business Day, March 4

    Walmart is testing real-world uses for the arcane technology behind the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, but significant challenges remain.

  126. Uber Said to Consider Changes to Employee Stock Compensation Technology, March 3

    Uber is considering ways to make its stock compensation policies more friendly to its workers, said people with knowledge of a meeting where the issue was discussed.

  127. How Uber Deceives the Authorities Worldwide Technology, March 3

    A program uses data Uber collected to evade law enforcement in cities that resist the ride-hailing service, some current and former Uber employees said.

  128. How to Use a Hearing Aid with Your Smartphone Technology, March 3

    The iPhone and other mobile phones include tools and settings to help people with hearing loss.

  129. Daily Report: Snap’s I.P.O. Went Well. Now What? Technology, March 3

    As the maker of the ephemeral messaging app Snapchat started trading on the New York Stock Exchange, shares soared to 44 percent over their offering price.

  130. Nintendo Switch, and the Unconventional Hype for an Unusual Game Console Technology, March 3

    The Japanese company has been whetting the appetites of gamers for months. Will it be enough to persuade them to buy its new device?

  131. Nintendo Switch Reviews: Here’s What the Critics Say Technology, March 3

    A panoply of opinions take on the latest video game launch.

  132. From AOL to Snapchat Interactive, March 2

    Major I.P.O.s of Internet technology company since AOL in 1992.

  133. How a Money-Losing Snap Could Be Worth So Much Business Day, March 2

    Testing the upper limits of valuation, Snap’s investors are betting on the kind of rapid growth that few, if any, companies have ever achieved.

  134. Trump Win Probably Didn’t Cause Canadian Immigration Website’s Crash World, March 2

    The malfunction on election night was linked on social media to despondent Americans hoping to emigrate. It was more likely an unrelated travel program deadline.

  135. Daily Report: Snap Roars Into the Stock Market Technology, March 2

    The initial public offering of the photo-messaging and camera company could open the floodgates for other tech start-ups.

  136. Taking Netflix on the Road Technology, March 2

    The streaming service offers a selection of shows and movies to download for offline viewing. The amount of space they take up depends on their length and picture quality.

  137. Apple’s Devices Lose Luster in American Classrooms Technology, March 2

    Over the last three years, iPads and Mac notebooks have steadily lost ground to Chromebooks, inexpensive laptops that run on Google’s Chrome operating system.

  138. Democracy, Disrupted Opinion, March 2

    “Someone looking at the United States would have to be worried about democratic failure.”

  139. Lyft Is Said to Seek New Funding as Its Rival Uber Stumbles Technology, March 1

    Locked in a price-cutting war, the ride-sharing companies remain unprofitable, but the front-runner’s problems have heartened Lyft, its challenger.

  140. Yahoo’s Top Lawyer Resigns and C.E.O. Marissa Mayer Loses Bonus in Wake of Hack Technology, March 1

    An investigation by the company’s board of directors found lawyers and security staff knew about the incident but failed to understand its significance.

  141. F.C.C., in Potential Sign of the Future, Halts New Data Security Rules Technology, March 1

    The F.C.C. delayed data security rules requiring internet providers like AT&T and Comcast secure their customers’ data against hacking.

  142. PayPal Redirects Charitable Contributions Without Consent, Lawsuit Says Technology, March 1

    The federal lawsuit accuses the PayPal Giving Fund of collecting contributions for groups that may never receive the funds.

  143. Editing Documents on Both a PC and a Mac Technology, March 1

    You may not get all the program’s features, but you do not need the full version of Microsoft Word to open, edit and save Word files on a Mac.

  144. Daily Report: Coming Friday, the New Must-Try Gadget, Nintendo’s Switch Technology, March 1

    A new video gaming console is versatile; it can sit in your living room and can also be detached as a portable gaming machine.

  145. Covering Fashion Shows With a Functional iPhone Keyboard Technology, March 1

    A fashion critic likes tech that is efficient, functional and solves problems.

  146. Meet the First Must-Try Gadget of 2017: The Nintendo Switch Technology, March 1

    It’s both a console that can sit in your living room and one that you can easily take with you on the go.

  147. That Cool Robot May Be a Security Risk Technology, March 1

    New research that found flaws in a number of robotic devices highlights the risks of internet-connected devices that operate on their own.

  148. Uber Case Could Be a Watershed for Women in Tech Technology, March 1

    Uber’s reputation is in tatters. Fixing its culture is the only way out.

  149. Travis Kalanick, Uber Chief, Apologizes After Fight With Driver Technology, March 1

    Travis Kalanick said in an email that the ride-hailing company publicly posted that “I need leadership help and I intend to get it.”

  150. Snap Is Said to Have Worked on a Drone Technology, February 28

    The company, which is preparing to go public this week, is trying to bolster its camera ambitions and help Snapchat users feed more data to the app.