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How new technology is transforming cities and societies, from the latest apps to advances in renewable energy, computing, transportation, and more.

Welcome to the age of billionaire joyrides to space

From Macy’s to Albertsons, facial recognition is already everywhere

Don’t assume your iPhone is safe from hackers

What is CNN+ and why would you pay for it?

Internal Apple letter shows employees are still fighting to work from home

Most Americans like remote work — but Democrats like it more

The surgeon general wants Facebook to do more to stop Covid-19 lies

Facebook wants creators, but YouTube is paying creators much, much more

Racist trolls attacked England’s soccer team. Fans fought back.

For women, remote work is a blessing and a curse

The struggle to make health apps truly private

Richard Branson’s trip to space is about convincing others to come along 

Elon Musk wants to dig a tunnel in Florida. What could go wrong?

Google is facing yet another major antitrust lawsuit

How TikTok’s hate speech detection tool set off a debate about racial bias on the app

Trump’s lawsuits against Big Tech are just another fundraising tool

Trump’s lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter, and Google will probably go nowhere

The life cycle of a viral product

Remote workers are moving out of big cities — but not to the Midwest

Robots were supposed to take our jobs. Instead, they’re making them worse.

Trump is nowhere to be found on the Twitter clone his former spokesperson launched

Florida’s social media free speech law has been blocked for likely violating free speech laws

Worldcoin wants to give you cryptocurrency — in exchange for scanning your eyeballs

The FTC’s antitrust complaint against Facebook has been dismissed — for now

Venmo’s new fees are frustrating people with side hustles

Why some biologists and ecologists think social media is a risk to humanity

Got the same name as a serial killer? Google might think you’re the same person.

Google is starting to warn users when it doesn’t have a reliable answer

Google’s plan to get rid of cookies isn’t going well

Many people don’t want to work unless it’s from home

Peloton’s mandatory treadmill memberships show how you never fully own your connected devices

Warren Buffett defends his approach to philanthropy as he quits the Gates Foundation board

The ever-changing pressures of running an Instagram business

How your power company can remotely control your smart thermostat

People keep finding late loved ones on Google Maps

Big Tech has a battle ahead over antitrust regulation — and it’s going to get messy

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to create a new agency to deal with data privacy

The problem with Facebook’s attempt to be more like Nextdoor

Biden says Putin “knows there are consequences” if cyberattacks continue

Lina Khan will be chair of the Federal Trade Commission