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Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us.

How the first chatbot predicted the dangers of AI more than 50 years ago

The exciting new AI transforming search — and maybe everything — explained

Elon Musk thinks we’re close to solving AI. That doesn’t make it true.

TikTok isn’t really limiting kids’ time on its app

OpenAI wants to build systems smarter than us

Section 230, the internet law the Supreme Court could change, explained

The Supreme Court is befuddled by whether Twitter is liable for ISIS’s terrorism

How Palo Alto created capitalism as we know it

Social media used to be free. Not anymore.

The Supreme Court appears worried it could break the internet

Stop using your phone number to log in

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is stepping down

The Supreme Court hears two cases that could ruin the internet

The new Congress is enlisting kids in its ongoing fight with Big Tech

Leaked memo: Meta executive warns employees they’re still “at the whim of Apple”

Why the balloon and UFO affairs are a Sputnik moment

The forgotten victims of the Adderall shortage

The case for better-seats-cost-more movie tickets

Layoffs are making LinkedIn the new hot social network

It’s official. Trump is back on Facebook and Instagram.

It doesn’t take that many electric cars to improve public health

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Silicon Valley’s vibe shift

Last year’s Super Bowl ads aged like milk

Bosses want to pay you more but give you less

Are we racing toward AI catastrophe?

Google is scrambling to catch up to Bing, of all things

What banning noncompetes could mean for the US workforce

Here comes Bard, Google’s version of ChatGPT

The trials of Elon Musk

The AI boom is here, and so are the lawsuits

TikTok’s master plan to win over Washington

Behind the scenes at TikTok as it campaigns to change Americans’ hearts and minds

The 747 is out. Green airplanes are in.

GoodRx made money off your health data. The FTC is making it pay.

Where will all the laid-off tech workers go?

Your favorite tech giant wants you to know it’s a startup again

What does it mean to give away a $118 billion fortune?

Why Teslas keep catching on fire

Microsoft is beating Google at its own game

Google’s bad year is getting worse