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When the most successful companies are anxious, you know were in scary times.
Jeff Bezos, the chief executive, said the company could spend up to $4 billion to handle the effects of Covid-19.
The tech giant signaled confidence by announcing another big stock buyback, but it declined to forecast sales for the current quarter.
It seems unlikely the space agency will meet President Trumps goal of a return to the lunar surface by the end of 2024.
Christopher Wray has said tough encryption offered by companies like Facebook and Apple blinds law enforcement. But his law firm defended it five years ago.
Virtual escapism is perfect for a pandemic, but V.R. still seems far from a mainstream technology.
Specialists at the London start-up BenevolentAI helped identify the arthritis drug baricitinib, which is now part of a clinical trial.
Thank goodness for crummy video conferencing.
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have declined to remove the presidents statements about unproven coronavirus treatments.
The company reported rising revenue and profit in the first quarter and said it was also saving on expenses.
To fight the pandemic, we need to focus more on unglamorous, human-powered tactics.
Dozens of tracking apps for smartphones are being used or developed to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. But there are worries about privacy and hastily written software.
A group of internet kids are about to hold the biggest fashion party of the year.
Even if you cant draw a stick person, you can still express yourself and tell stories through the time-honored tradition of sequential art.
The social network displaced more than two dozen employees who work on security, as the company fights threats such as cyberattacks.
A call from a university chancellor set in motion a private-sector effort to procure 50 million masks, gowns and swabs for American medical facilities.
Digital influencers are shaping our habits, even now and even if were clueless about it.
The virus outbreak supercharged a continuing shift in the markets, with a few giant companies now exerting the most influence over the direction of stocks since the tech boom.
The coronavirus has created a surge in demand for telemedicine of all types — including for a quietly expanding program for terminating pregnancies.
The attorney general said in a letter that Amazon may have violated laws in firing a Staten Island worker who led a protest against the company.