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  1. Behind Every Hero or Villain, There Is Tech Support Special Sections, Today

    Cutting-edge technology is often used in comics by the able assistants who fall under the trope “the guy in the chair.” But they are not always men and are not always helping the hero.

  2. When It Comes to Her Relationship History, Nancy Jo Sales Is an Open Book Book Review, Today

    In her new memoir, “Nothing Personal,” the veteran journalist reports on her own search for connection.

  3. Censorship, Surveillance and Profits: A Hard Bargain for Apple in China Business, Yesterday

    Apple built the world’s most valuable business on top of China. Now it has to answer to the Chinese government.

  4. Apple’s Compromises in China: 5 Takeaways Business, Yesterday

    To stay on the good side of the Chinese authorities, the company has made decisions that contradict its carefully curated image.

  5. Rural Areas Are Looking for Workers. They Need Broadband to Get Them. Business, Yesterday

    Rural communities have long complained about their lack of internet access. The pandemic and President Biden’s infrastructure plan are giving them hope for a solution.

  6. The Future of Virus Tracking Can Be Found on This College Campus Science, Yesterday

    Colorado Mesa University and the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard have spent the last year exploring new approaches to managing outbreaks.

  7. Long Before Divorce, Bill Gates Had Reputation for Questionable Behavior Business, May 16

    Melinda French Gates voiced concerns about her husband’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and a harassment claim against his money manager. He also had an affair with an employee.

  8. Three Views of ‘The Motherboard Suite,’ Indoors, Outdoors and Online Culture, May 16

    Bill T. Jones brings a program of Saul Williams’s work to a New York Live Arts festival of ideas as audiences adjust to the city’s reopening.

  9. Las mentiras en redes sociales exacerban el conflicto palestino-israelí en Español, May 15

    La desinformación sobre la violencia ha prosperado en Twitter, TikTok, Facebook y otras redes sociales.

  10. What TikTok Stars Owe ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ Sunday Business, May 15

    The comedian is ending her daytime talk show after 19 years. Her segment “Ellen’s Wonderful Web of Wonderment” was the start of a new kind of fame.

  11. As Congress Dithers, States Step In to Set Rules for the Internet Business, May 14

    Virginia, Florida, Arkansas and Maryland are among dozens of states that have introduced bills to curtail the power of Amazon, Google, Facebook and Twitter.

  12. DarkSide, Blamed for Gas Pipeline Attack, Says It Is Shutting Down Business, May 14

    The hacking group, which the F.B.I. has said was responsible for the ransomware attack, said it had received “pressure” from the U.S.

  13. What Would George Washington Look Like Today? A Pandemic Creation Draws Attention. Express, May 14

    A bored musician used Photoshop to depict a modern version of the first president. A Washington biographer and an impersonator had thoughts on its accuracy.

  14. He’s a Dogecoin Millionaire. And He’s Not Selling. Business, May 14

    Glauber Contessoto went looking for something that could change his fortunes overnight. He found it in a joke cryptocurrency.

  15. Lies on Social Media Inflame Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Business, May 14

    Misinformation has flourished on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and other social media about the violence between Israelis and Palestinians.

  16. Colonial Pipeline paid 75 Bitcoin, or roughly $5 million, to hackers. Business, May 13

    Colonial pre-emptively shut down its pipeline operations on Friday. President Biden did not rule out a retaliatory strike on those responsible.

  17. Coinbase made $771 million in profit in the first quarter, benefiting from crypto mania. Business, May 13

    The company said rivals were swarming the market and increasing competition and that it was spending heavily on marketing and development to keep ahead of its competitors.

  18. The Apple and Amazon Side Hustles Business, May 13

    The companies say they always do what’s best for us, but their advertising businesses suggest otherwise.

  19. Train Workers’ Covid Bonus Offer Turns Out to Be a Phishing Test Foreign, May 13

    As pandemic-related scams rise, experts say companies should tread carefully with cybersecurity exercises like one that has prompted anger in Britain.

  20. How ‘Put That on Top Shot!’ Became a New N.B.A. Mantra Business, May 13

    Professional basketball players are buying and selling digital video highlights while preaching the tech industry’s cryptocurrency gospel.

  21. To Understand Amazon, We Must Understand Jeff Bezos Book Review, May 13

    In “Amazon Unbound,” his second book about the company, Brad Stone focuses on its singular C.E.O.

  22. Inside Jeff Bezos’ Obsessions Business, May 12

    Amazon has had a boss with big ideas and incredible persistence. That hasn’t always been helpful.

  23. Low-income households can now apply for a $50 monthly discount for internet. Business, May 12

    The Federal Communications Commission said 825 broadband providers have agreed to offer the discounts. The program also allows for a one-time laptop subsidy of $100.

  24. The May 12 Business News live blog included one standalone post:
  25. The Untold Story of the NFT Boom Magazine, May 12

    Digital creators used the blockchain to create a whole new art scene. Then their work started selling for thousands — sometimes millions of dollars.

  26. Why Is New TV So Much Like Cable? Business, May 11

    The standard business practices developing around streaming entertainment are rotten and need to change.

  27. Apple vs. Facebook The Daily, May 11

    How a routine-looking software update became a major confrontation in the long-running conflict between two of the world’s largest tech companies.

  28. When It Comes to Taxes, Being Tracked Can Be a Good Thing Special Sections, May 11

    With remote work more common now, tax apps that track your location have become relevant for professionals who want to work wherever they want to live.

  29. The May 10 Stock Market Today live blog included one standalone post:
  30. Dozens of state prosecutors tell Facebook to stop its plans for a children’s version of Instagram. Business, May 10

    “Without a doubt, this is a dangerous idea that risks the safety of our children and puts them directly in harm’s way,” Letitia James, New York’s attorney general said in a statement.

  31. Stay Safe From App Tracking Business, May 10

    What we can learn from Apple’s privacy labels, and how we can better protect our information.

  32. Who Wins in a Meme Stock World? Op Ed, May 10

    Jannick Malling, Public’s co-C.E.O., weighs the risks and rewards of the retail trading boom.

  33. Online Cheating Charges Upend Dartmouth Medical School Business, May 9

    The university accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus.

  34. Zuckerberg tiene seis meses para decidir el destino de Trump en Facebook en Español, May 8

    La compañía planteó el dilema de las cuentas de Trump, suspendidas por publicar desinformación, a un panel de expertos. El miércoles, los expertos respondieron.

  35. Seeing the Real Faces of Silicon Valley Business, May 8

    For many midlevel engineers and food truck workers and longtime residents, a region filled with extremes has become increasingly inhospitable.

  36. The May 7 2020 Election Misinformation Distortions live blog included two standalone posts:
  37. No, Covid-19 vaccines are not killing more people than the virus itself. Interactive, May 7

    For months, viral social media posts have cited an unverified national health database to falsely suggest that Covid-19 vaccines have caused thousands of deaths, possibly even more than the virus itself.

  38. Computer Chips Are the New Toilet Paper Business, May 7

    Really.

  39. Computer Chips Are the New Toilet Paper Business, May 7

    Really.

  40. Despite Chip Shortage, Chip Innovation Is Booming Business, May 7

    While a variety of industries struggle with supplies, semiconductor experts say there are plenty of new ideas and, most surprising, start-ups.

  41. Opposition to Net Neutrality Was Faked, New York Says Business, May 6

    The state attorney general’s office reached an agreement that levies millions in penalties on third-party services that generated the comments.

  42. One Restaurant’s New Digital Life Business, May 6

    The pandemic forced small businesses to adopt new digital habits, and many are now here to stay.

  43. Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ Tells Zuckerberg He’s the Decider Business, May 6

    The company tried to punt its Trump dilemma to a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the experts punted back.

  44. Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ Tells Zuckerberg He’s the Decider Business, May 6

    The company tried to punt its Trump dilemma to a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the experts punted back.

  45. A Major Ruling From Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ The Daily, May 6

    What does the decision about the barring of former President Donald Trump tell us about the platform’s oversight board?

  46. British Political Veteran Steers Facebook’s Trump Decision Business, May 5

    Nick Clegg, a former deputy prime minister, has shaped the company’s handling of Donald Trump at every turn.

  47. Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Social Network’s Ban of Trump Business, May 5

    A company-appointed panel ruled that the ban was justified at the time but added that the company should reassess its action and make a final decision in six months.

  48. Facebook Ban Hits Trump Where It Hurts: Messaging and Money Politics, May 5

    Facebook has increasingly become one of the most vital weapons in a political campaign’s arsenal, and few had tapped into its potential for advertising and fund-raising as aggressively as Mr. Trump’s.

  49. Uber shows signs of recovery from the pandemic slowdown. Business, May 5

    Excluding a settlement in Europe, Uber’s revenue in the first three months of the year was $3.5 billion, an 8 percent increase from the previous year.

  50. The Limits of Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ Business, May 5

    What happens on Facebook has such big consequences, its quasi-independent Oversight Board can only do so much.

  51. El Consejo Asesor de Contenido de Facebook confirmó el veto a Trump. Así funciona en Español, May 5

    El panel de expertos, que incluye a académicos y líderes políticos de todo el mundo, funciona como una suerte de tribunal supremo de la red social para asuntos de libre expresión.

  52. Trump Is Mark Zuckerberg’s Problem. Again. Op Ed, May 5

    The former president’s suspension from Facebook continues — for now.

  53. Lawmakers slam Facebook oversight board’s decision to uphold Trump ban. Business, May 5

    “What’s to stop them from silencing you?” Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, replied on Twitter.

  54. How to Power Up Your To-Do List Business, May 5

    The free task-reminder app on your phone can keep you and your projects on track.

  55. ‘I Used to Like School’: An 11-Year-Old’s Struggle With Pandemic Learning National, May 5

    Without home internet, Jordyn Coleman has had trouble staying connected to remote classes during the coronavirus pandemic.

  56. What Is the Facebook Oversight Board? Business, May 5

    The panel of about 20 people, including academics and political leaders, upheld the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump.

  57. A Seattle software engineer wanted to help her parents. She created a hub for Covid resources across India. Foreign, May 5

    In the thick of a crisis, people need signposts to find resources and answers, but “you’re not in that mental state to go to Google and do that research,” said Prarthana Sannamani.

  58. The May 4 Stock Market Today live blog included one standalone post:
  59. Judge presses Epic on the impact of its antitrust suit against Apple. Business, May 4

    She asked whether the chief executive understood the economics of apps for food, maps, dating and other nongame uses. “I personally do not,” he replied.

  60. Stores Still Matter. Where’s Amazon? Business, May 4

    People are eager to return to grocery stores, but Amazon seems to be missing the opportunity.

  61. Mr. Beast, YouTube Star, Wants to Take Over the Business World Business, May 4

    Jimmy Donaldson, 22, is out to become the Elon Musk of online creators.

  62. Apple and Epic Trial Opens With a Tour of the Fortnite ‘Metaverse’ Business, May 3

    Epic has accused Apple of unfairly using its App Store’s power to take a cut of the money made in Fortnite, a popular online game.

  63. A Teenager Mistakenly Moved Into a Senior Living Complex. TikTok Loves It. Express, May 3

    After living for a week in an apartment complex for older adults, Madison Kohout, 19, discovered why she was the youngest resident by decades.

  64. Back to Work the Google Way Business, May 3

    Google plans to experiment with new office configurations and more flexibility. Will others follow?

  65. A Facebook panel will reveal on Wednesday whether Trump will regain his megaphone. Business, May 3

    Facebook’s Oversight Board, an independent panel, will make the final decision on whether the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump should be permanent.

  66. German Authorities Break Up International Child Sex Abuse Site Foreign, May 3

    German prosecutors called the online platform they took down one of the largest on the dark web. Three men, accused of running the site, have been arrested.

  67. Yahoo and AOL, Early Internet Pioneers, Are Sold to Private Equity Firm Business, May 3

    Verizon offloaded its media business to Apollo Global Management in a deal valued at $5 billion as the mobile phone giant focuses on building out its 5G network.

  68. The May 3 Stock Market Today live blog included one standalone post:
  69. Apple and Epic Games head to court over app revenue. Business, May 3

  70. Verizon Near Deal to Sell Yahoo and AOL Business, May 2

    In making the deal with the private equity firm Apollo, Verizon is acknowledging that it couldn’t compete with Google and Facebook for digital ads. Instead, it will concentrate on building a 5G network.

  71. Apple and Epic Head to Court Over Their Slices of the App Pie Business, May 2

    Apple and Epic Games, maker of the wildly popular game Fortnite, square off on Monday in a trial that could decide how much control Apple can exert over the app economy.

  72. The Week in Business: A Plan for Paid Family Leave Sunday Business, May 2

    Biden announced an ambitious — and expensive — plan to fund paid family leave, child care and higher education.

  73. Clubhouse App Creates Space for Open Talk in Middle East Foreign, May 2

    The social networking app is booming in authoritarian countries, where users are speaking freely about otherwise taboo topics.

  74. Has Online Retail’s Biggest Bully Returned? Sunday Business, May 2

    Outraged customers of Eyeglassesdepot.com sound like the victims of a man who’s already spent years in prison for terrorizing consumers.

  75. A third of Basecamp’s workers resign after a ban on talking politics. Business, April 30

    At least 20 employees have posted publicly that they intend to resign or have already resigned.

  76. NASA’s Mars Helicopter Flies Again and Gets a New Mission Science, April 30

    Ahead of a successful fourth flight, the agency announced that Ingenuity would continue to fly beyond its original monthlong mission.

  77. Stopping the Manipulation Machines Editorial, April 30

    Regulators should crack down on “dark patterns,” widespread digital practices designed to deceive consumers.

  78. Slowly, Robo-Surgeons Are Moving Toward the Operating Room Science, April 30

    Real scalpels, artificial intelligence — what could go wrong?

  79. The Robot Surgeon Will See You Now Science, April 30

    Real scalpels, artificial intelligence — what could go wrong?

  80. How Big Tech Won the Pandemic Business, April 30

    A year ago even the tech giants were anxious. Now they have so much money it’s awkward.

  81. Apple’s App Store Draws E.U. Antitrust Charge Business, April 30

    By forcing app developers to use its payment system and comply with other rules, regulators said, Apple broke European Union competition laws.

  82. Google’s Plan for the Future of Work: Privacy Robots and Balloon Walls Sunday Business, April 30

    The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.

  83. Apple’s App Store Draws E.U. Antitrust Charge Business, April 30

    By forcing app developers to use its payment system and comply with other rules, regulators said Apple broke European Union competition laws.

  84. ‘A Perfect Positive Storm’: Bonkers Dollars for Big Tech Business, April 29

    The dictionary doesn’t have enough superlatives to describe what’s happening to the five biggest technology companies, raising uncomfortable questions for their C.E.O.s.

  85. Amazon’s profits soar 220 percent as pandemic drives shopping online. Business, April 29

    The high volume of orders during the pandemic has let Amazon operate more efficiently.

  86. No, Other People’s Covid Vaccines Can’t Disrupt Your Menstrual Cycle Business, April 29

    You can’t experience effects from being near someone who is vaccinated, because it is biologically impossible for the vaccine material to be transmitted from person to person.

  87. The World Knows Her as ‘Disaster Girl.’ She Just Made $500,000 Off the Meme. Express, April 29

    Zoë Roth, now a college senior in North Carolina, plans to use the proceeds from this month’s NFT auction to pay off student loans and donate to charity.

  88. Don’t Ignore Ransomware. It’s Bad. Business, April 29

    Ransomware attacks can bring down schools and hospitals. It’s time we took them more seriously.

  89. Microsoft plans to take a smaller cut from developers in its games store. Business, April 29

    The fee will drop to 12 percent of revenue, from 30 percent, starting in August, the company said.

  90. Microsoft plans to take a smaller cut from developers in its games store. Business, April 29

    The fee will drop to 12 percent of revenue, from 30 percent, starting in August, the company said.

  91. Twitch se ha convertido en un refugio para algunos extremistas en Español, April 29

    Los seguidores de QAnon y otras personas influyentes de extrema derecha están ganando miles de dólares transmitiendo teorías de conspiración sobre las elecciones y las vacunas en esa plataforma de transmisión.

  92. ‘Dog Biting Dog’: China’s Online Fight Could Further Empower Beijing Business, April 29

    Internet companies are using the threat of government action as a cudgel against rivals. That could make the Communist Party the ultimate arbiter over the industry.

  93. ‘Dog Biting Dog’: China’s Online Fight Could Further Empower Beijing Business, April 29

    Internet companies are using the threat of government action as a cudgel against rivals. That could make the Communist Party the ultimate arbiter over the industry.

  94. Let’s Stigmatize the Internet Styles, April 29

    It’s time to put our extremely online year (and selves) behind us.

  95. ¿Qué hay detrás de la disputa entre Apple y Facebook? en Español, April 29

    La lucha entre los dos gigantes de la tecnología podría reestructurar internet como lo conocemos.

  96. Amazon to raise pay for 500,000 workers. Business, April 28

    They will receive 50 cents to $3 more an hour, the company said.

  97. Court Could Consider Whether Trump Interfered in Cloud Computing Contract Business, April 28

    The decision could be a win for Amazon, which said it was passed over for the $10 billion Pentagon contract because of his animosity toward its founder, Jeff Bezos.

  98. Apple doubles its profits on soaring iPhone sales. Business, April 28

    More people splurged on computers as they worked and learned from home, driving sales of Macs to grow by 70 percent.

  99. Facebook nearly doubles its profit and revenue rises 48 percent, as tech booms. Business, April 28

    Nearly 3.5 billion people now use one of Facebook’s apps every month.

  100. A Missed Opportunity in India Business, April 28

    Tech giants have so much power. They could do more to help Indians facing such a devastating crisis.

  101. Trading Stock Tips on TikTok, Newbies Are Deeply Invested in Learning Business, April 28

    Self-taught and sharing what they’ve found out, a new generation of retail investors is taking the markets — and not memes — seriously.

  102. Apple AirTag Review: A Humble Tracker With Next-Generation Tech Business, April 28

    Don’t let its familiar look fool you. Apple’s new tracking accessory is a precursor to better wireless gadgets to come.

  103. Apple ahora pregunta, ¿quieres que te rastreen? en Español, April 28

    La actualización más reciente del software móvil de Apple permite decidir si las aplicaciones pueden monitorear nuestra ubicación y compartirla con los demás. Así es como funciona.

  104. Ten Years Ago, Ed Balls Tweeted ‘Ed Balls.’ How Is It Still Funny? Express, April 28

    A decade is an eternity in internet years. But people still haven’t forgotten the British politician’s errant tweet, and he’s still playing along.

  105. Times Event: How to Save Ourselves From Disinformation Business, April 27

    Comedian Sarah Silverman and The Times’s Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel and Davey Alba explore how disinformation spreads, and how we can fight back.

  106. How Do You Interact With News on Social Media? Business, April 27

    We’d like to get your responses to a few headlines, and ask a couple of brief follow-up questions.

  107. Microsoft reports strongest quarterly growth in years, as profit also rises. Business, April 27

    “Digital adoption curves aren’t slowing down,” Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s chief executive, said in a statement. “They’re accelerating.”

  108. Alphabet’s profit more than doubled last quarter as Google’s advertising business rebounded. Business, April 27

    Alphabet posted revenue of $55.31 billion, up 34 percent from a year earlier, and net profit more than doubled to $17.93 billion in the first quarter.

  109. Extremists Find a Financial Lifeline on Twitch Business, April 27

    QAnon adherents and other far-right influencers are making thousands of dollars broadcasting election and vaccine conspiracy theories on the streaming site.

  110. To Understand Tech, Look Beyond the C.E.O.s Business, April 27

    What the tech barons think matters. But imagine if those working in the trenches had a bigger voice.

  111. Facebook vs. Apple: la historia de cómo Mark Zuckerberg y Tim Cook se volvieron enemigos en Español, April 27

    Los directores ejecutivos de Facebook y Apple tienen visiones opuestas sobre el futuro de internet. Se cree que sus diferencias se intensificarán esta semana.

  112. Daniel Kaminsky, Internet Security Savior, Dies at 42 Obits, April 27

    If you are reading this obituary online, you owe your digital safety to him.

  113. D.C. Police Department Data Is Leaked in a Cyberattack Washington, April 27

    The department appears to be the third police force to be targeted in a ransomware attack in six weeks, and the 26th government agency hit this year.

  114. The April 26 Stock Market Today live blog included one standalone post:
  115. What’s Behind the Apple-Facebook Feud? Business, April 26

    The fight between the two tech giants might remodel the internet as we know it.

  116. Breaking Point: How Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook Became Foes Business, April 26

    The chief executives of Facebook and Apple have opposing visions for the future of the internet. Their differences are set to escalate this week.

  117. Italy’s Problem With School Dropouts Goes From Bad to Worse in Pandemic Foreign, April 26

    Even before the coronavirus hit, Italy had among the worst dropout rates in Europe. But closed schools and online classes have pushed students out in ever higher numbers.

  118. With No Frills or Celebrities, Cookpad Is a Global Go-To for Recipes Dining, April 26

    Born in Japan and a hit around the world, the recipe-sharing site has been less successful in America. Yet it has a small, fervent following among immigrants.

  119. With No Frills or Celebrities, Cookpad Is a Global Go-To for Recipes Dining, April 26

    Born in Japan and a hit around the world, the recipe-sharing site has been less successful in America. Yet it has a small, fervent following among immigrants.

  120. To Be Tracked or Not? Apple Is Now Giving Us the Choice. Business, April 26

    With Apple’s latest mobile software update, we can decide whether apps monitor and share our activities with others. Here’s what to know.

  121. Breaking Point: How Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook Became Foes Business, April 26

    The chief executives of Facebook and Apple have opposing visions for the future of the internet. Their differences are set to escalate this week.

  122. The C.I.A.’s Top Technologist Is Uncomfortable With Facebook Op Ed, April 26

    Dawn Meyerriecks talks spy gear and why Hollywood and Silicon Valley play a critical role in national security.

  123. As Outbreak Rages, India Orders Critical Social Media Posts to Be Taken Down Business, April 25

    Aimed at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the move sets up a clash over free speech amid a widening political and public health crisis.

  124. Your Smartphone Should Be Built to Last Op Ed, April 25

    A movement is underway to slow the obsolescence of our electronic gear.

  125. We’re All Crypto People Now Sunday Business, April 25

    Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have gone from curiosity to punchline to viable investment, making them almost impossible to ignore — for better or worse.

  126. The Slander Industry Interactive, April 24

    Who makes money from destroying reputations online?

  127. Women Are Battling China’s Angry Trolls. The Trolls Are Winning. Foreign, April 24

    As online attacks against Chinese feminists intensify, popular social media companies are responding by removing the women — not the abusers — from their platforms.

  128. MacKenzie Scott Gave Away Billions. The Scam Artists Followed. Sunday Business, April 24

    She has no large foundation, headquarters or public website. That makes it easier to dispense money on her own terms — and for others to prey on the vulnerable in her name.

  129. When Is Online Nastiness Illegal? Business, April 23

    Deciphering between political rhetoric and dangerous threats online isn’t always easy.

  130. Why Europe Is Hard on Big Tech Business, April 22

    It may be a choice to make rules for technology too early rather than too late.

  131. Jack Ma Shows Why China’s Tycoons Keep Quiet Business, April 22

    High-profile business leaders have been detained, sidelined or silenced as the Communist Party moves forcefully to keep companies in line. Today, the best strategy is to lie low.

  132. Canadian Lawmaker Apologizes for Taking Nude Photo of Colleague Express, April 21

    It was not immediately clear what sanctions, if any, Sébastien Lemire would face after he acknowledged taking a nude photo of William Amos during a Zoom call.

  133. Lina Khan, a progressive trustbuster, displays get-tough approach to tech in confirmation hearing. Business, April 21

    Ms. Khan said approvals of tech mergers during the Obama administration were a “missed opportunity” to slow the growth of Big Tech.

  134. Seven House Republicans pledge to take no donations from major tech companies. Business, April 21

    The lawmakers said that the companies limited the reach of conservative voices.

  135. Why Is Big Tech Under Assault? Power. Business, April 21

    Tech executives wanted to change the world, and they did. Of course we’re now questioning them.

  136. Consejos para viajar de manera segura durante la pandemia en Español, April 21

    Aunque las vacunas han logrado que viajar sea más seguro, planificar una travesía se ha convertido en un proceso complicado.

  137. Europe Proposes Strict Rules for Artificial Intelligence Business, April 21

    The regulations would have far-reaching implications for tech firms like Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, which have poured resources into developing the technology.

  138. Welcome to the YOLO Economy Business, April 21

    Burned out and flush with savings, some workers are quitting stable jobs in search of postpandemic adventure.

  139. Apple’s New Devices Target Markets Led by Smaller Rivals Business, April 20

    The company also said it planned to release iPhone software next week with a privacy feature that worries many digital-advertising companies.

  140. Chuck Geschke, Father of Desktop Publishing, Dies at 81 Obits, April 20

    If you sent a PDF on your computer today, thank him. In 1980, he and a colleague created a way of sending digital documents to a printer, starting a company, Adobe.

  141. Apple’s New Devices Target Markets Led by Smaller Rivals Business, April 20

    The company also said it planned to release iPhone software next week with a privacy feature that worries many digital-advertising companies.

  142. For Vaccine Passports, Less Tech Is Best Business, April 20

    We need dumb technology that does as little as possible and knows as little about us as possible.

  143. For Vaccine Passports, Less Tech Is Best Business, April 20

    We need dumb technology that does as little as possible and knows as little about us as possible.

  144. A Global Tipping Point for Reining In Tech Has Arrived Business, April 20

    Never before have so many countries, including China, moved with such vigor at the same time to limit the power of a single industry.

  145. Newer Planes Are Providing Airlines a Trove of Useful Data Special Sections, April 20

    During the pandemic, older aircraft have been retired, resulting in a fleet that can collect more information about emissions and safety.

  146. Apple says Parler can return to iPhones after the app makes some changes. Business, April 19

    Parler had been kicked off iPhones and Android devices after the Capitol insurrection in January.

  147. Can Tech Make the Roads Safer? Business, April 19

    We know the dangers of surveillance, but people are dying. Maybe we need more cameras on the roads.

  148. Facebook, preparing for Chauvin verdict, to limit posts that might incite violence. Business, April 19

    The company said it planned to limit posts that contain misinformation and hate speech related to the trial to keep them from spilling over into real-world harm.

  149. She’s Taking Jeff Bezos to Task Op Ed, April 19

    Joy Buolamwini is on a crusade against bias in facial recognition technology, and the powerful companies that profit from it.