Since March, when news broke that the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica used a Facebook app to amass data on as many as 87 million people without their consent, the social networking giant has been forced to repeatedly answer for Continue reading →
The riots wouldn’t have happened without Facebook.
On the the evening of July 2, 2014 a swelling mob of hundreds of angry residents gathered around the Sun Teashop filling the streets in the commercial hub of Mandalay, Myanmar’s second-largest city. Continue reading →
The Trump administration just came to an agreement to lift crippling sanctions against Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE. Ending the sanctions banning US companies from selling hardware or software to ZTE could save the company, which announced last month that it Continue reading →
Tonight, more than 9,000 people will fill Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside Denver to listen to Vance Joy, an Australian singer-songwriter with a name like a game-show host and an abiding love for ukulele. He'll be playing songs from his most Continue reading →
Time was software companies left inventing new hardware to others. Google’s search and ads empire was built on infrastructure assembled from commodity components, for example. But the growing competition among tech companies in artificial intelligence has convinced some software makers Continue reading →
You’d never know that Facebook has been in the center of a global maelstrom by looking at its financial results or listening to its executives. On Wednesday, Facebook reported quarterly revenue of $11.97 billion, earnings per share of $1.69, 2.2 Continue reading →