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Google Will Ask Buyers of U.S. Election Ads to Prove Identities

Google Will Ask Buyers of U.S. Election Ads to Prove Identities

Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia, Democratic sponsors of the Honest Ads Act, a measure to increase transparency in online political advertising after Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Artificial Intelligence Is Now a Pentagon Priority. Will Silicon Valley Help?

Artificial Intelligence Is Now a Pentagon Priority. Will Silicon Valley Help?

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, right, has argued to President Trump that the United States is not keeping pace with the ambitious plans of China and other countries when it comes to artificial intelligence.

Inside a Heist of American Chip Designs, as China Bids for Tech Power

Inside a Heist of American Chip Designs, as China Bids for Tech Power

Fujian Jinhua, a new semiconductor maker, is building a chip factory with 100,000 square feet of office space in a region formerly known for manufacturing shoes.

Facebook Is Changing. What Does That Mean for Your News Feed?

Facebook Is Changing. What Does That Mean for Your News Feed?

Facebook is making the changes to the News Feed by tinkering under the hood and reconfiguring the algorithms.

Is Apple Slowing Down Old iPhones? Questions and Answers

Is Apple Slowing Down Old iPhones? Questions and Answers

Apple said it has, at times, limited processing power on older phones to prevent them from shutting down unexpectedly, a practice some consumers suspected was being used to force them to upgrade their devices.

CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G

CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G

DJI's virtual-reality headset connected to a drone was among the thousands of products on display at the CES tech conference in Las Vegas.

Retailers Race Against Amazon to Automate Stores

Retailers Race Against Amazon to Automate Stores

A shopper at Hema, a Chinese grocery chain operated by Alibaba, the internet giant, scanning a product with her smartphone. The company is experimenting with ways to automate shopping in its stores.

Asking Siri to Play a Newscast

Asking Siri to Play a Newscast

Ask the Siri assistant, “Give me the news,” and the software offers up a National Public Radio newscast or the option to switch to other sources.

Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

A line for new iPhones in November in Cologne, Germany. Sales of the devices fueled Apple’s financial results, which were announced Thursday.

Box, Provider of Cloud-Computing Services, Faces Make-or-Break Moment

Box, Provider of Cloud-Computing Services, Faces Make-or-Break Moment

Aaron Levie, co-founder of Box, which provides tools for storing and sharing data to businesses.

I Used Apple’s New Controls to Limit a Teenager’s iPhone Time (and It Worked!)

I Used Apple’s New Controls to Limit a Teenager’s iPhone Time (and It Worked!)

Testing Apple’s new Screen Time feature, which is meant to help people from compulsively checking their iPhones. The phone habits of so-called screenagers have caused particular concern.

Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up

Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up

Concerns are growing that activity on the virtual exchange Bitfinex has artificially propped up the value of Bitcoin and other digital currencies.

Former Uber Engineer’s Lawsuit Claims Sexual Harassment

Former Uber Engineer’s Lawsuit Claims Sexual Harassment

Uber headquarters in San Francisco, where a former employee filed a suit Monday saying the company’s human resources department did nothing to stop co-workers from sexually harassing her.

Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading Virtual Currency

Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading Virtual Currency

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange last week. The exchange’s parent company is said to be working on an online platform to trade Bitcoin.

Tech Giants Brace for Europe’s New Data Privacy Rules

Tech Giants Brace for Europe’s New Data Privacy Rules

Facebook’s London office. The social network has not rolled out certain products in Europe because they may violate the region’s privacy laws.

Democratic Party Says It Thwarted Attempted Hack of Voter Database

Democratic Party Says It Thwarted Attempted Hack of Voter Database

A Democratic Party official said the unsuccessful hack targeted the organization's voter file, known as Votebuilder.


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