Trump's claim was tainted by Roger Stone's jury bias

Google has reached a document protection agreement on Antitrust Fight

SAN FRANCISCO – Google on Thursday reached an agreement with the state attorney general about how officials will provide the information it provided during their unreliable investigation into the agency. According to... Read more »
Week in Technology: Coronavirus hits Apple's financial forecast

Week in Technology: Coronavirus hits Apple’s financial forecast

Hello, New York Times techie reader. I’m here with Nelly Bowles, a Technology and Culture reporter, here’s the news roundup. It’s a week that embraces technology-centric issues in 2020: privacy versus the... Read more »
How technology is changing the future of higher education

How technology is changing the future of higher education

This article is our latest piece Learning Special Reports. We are focusing on Generation Z, which faces challenges, from changing curriculum and new technology to financial aid systems and homelessness. Manchester, N.H.... Read more »
Your doorbell camera has killed you. Now what

Your doorbell camera has killed you. Now what

Has any technology product been more polarized than the ring? The Internet-connected Doorbell Gadget, which lets you watch live video on your front porch through a phone app or website, has gained... Read more »
Lacking its own digital giant, Europe plans a new approach

Lacking its own digital giant, Europe plans a new approach

London – Across the digital economy, Europe is absent. California-based Apple and Samsung in South Korea make the most popular phones in Europe. Facebook owns the most used social networks, Google dominates... Read more »
New Yorkers face a training gap for Tex jobs, but a study looks for hope

New Yorkers face a training gap for Tex jobs, but a study looks for hope

Technical jobs are coming to droves in New York City. All major tech companies – even Amazon, which abandoned its headquarters-style campus plan a year ago – are expanding into the city.... Read more »
Britain will create a regulator for Internet content

Britain will create a regulator for Internet content

LONDON – Britain on Wednesday launched a plan that will give the government greater latitude in controlling Internet content as part of an effort to force police on Facebook, YouTube and other... Read more »
Softbank has hit another million dollars from a bad bet

Softbank has hit another million dollars from a bad bet

TOKYO – Softbank Group has once again racked up $ 1 billion more on high-flying companies like Uber and WeWork, with an ambitious but expensive bet, and is pushing the Japanese team... Read more »
Andy Rubin's start-up, Essential Products, closes

Andy Rubin’s start-up, Essential Products, closes

Launching the Sidekick device in 2002, Mr Rubin helped popularize the use of the keyboard on the phone. He was going to develop Google Acquisitions Android on the 21st. Android software now... Read more »
Voting on your phone: The new election application ignores the security debate

Voting on your phone: The new election application ignores the security debate

For more than a decade, it has been a nightmare for election officials: a smartphone application that allows voters to easily vote from their sitting room. It has also become a nightmare... Read more »