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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.

Bill Gates knows philanthropy alone can’t solve inequality

Flight delayed? Blame a spaceship.

Is this another tech bubble bursting?

Two GOP judges just stripped social media companies of basic First Amendment rights

The government detectives and private eyes of the bitcoin age

Coming soon to a streaming service near you: Ads

Trump says he’s done with Twitter. That’s hard to believe.

Why unions are growing and shrinking at the same time

The YouTubers are not okay

The major blind spot in Bill Gates’s pandemic prevention plan

Amazon’s surprising new delivery partners: Rural mom-and-pop shops

The abortion provider that Republicans are struggling to stop

Elon and the Twitter quitters

The Great Resignation is becoming a “great midlife crisis”

Just admit that you loooove Twitter

Amazon’s worker union just lost in New York City. Where does it go from here?

America is trying to fix the chip shortage one factory at a time

The winners and losers of Apple’s anti-tracking feature

How to use Apple’s new repair program

Even Elon Musk doesn’t know what he means by free speech

Elon Musk is buying Twitter. Now what?

What does it mean to take America’s “jobs of last resort”?

Author Eyal Press on the nation’s most morally troubling labor — and why many refuse to acknowledge it.

Gen Z does not dream of labor

On TikTok and online, the youngest workers are rejecting work as we know it. How will that play out IRL?

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The Amazonification of the American workforce

The e-commerce giant’s labor issues expose the complicated truth about getting what we want when we want it.

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What it would take to make us love our jobs again

Recognizing that many of us find purpose in what we do is a good start.

When your job helps the rest of America work

Why so many are giving up on child care work and what it will mean for everyone else.

Why it’s so damn hard to make AI fair and unbiased

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What if the future of work is exactly the same?

For many, the gains in worker pay and power during the pandemic are fading fast — if they even saw them at all.

Work is broken. Can we fix it?

The daunting task of making cryptocurrency climate-friendly

There are good reasons why Elon wants Twitter

Is Elon Musk really going to buy Twitter for $43 billion?

A new AI draws delightful and not-so-delightful images

The death of the gas station

Elon Musk is no free speech messiah

The growing, lightly controversial industry teaching kids crypto

Congrats! You formed a union. Now comes the hard part.

How a bunch of Starbucks baristas built a labor movement

Can we 3D print a better face mask?

Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up Big Everything