Sinking FTC workplace rankings threaten Chair Lina Khan’s agenda
Khan's ability to follow through on her big promises to transform tech regulation and improve the agency hinges on the morale of her staff.
Google CEO says company will slow hiring amid economic conditions
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that the company will slow down its hiring in response to economic conditions.
Twitter sues Elon Musk, setting stage for epic legal battle
A judge in a specialized business court in Delaware will now determine whether the world’s richest man can exit a $44 billion deal to purchase the influential social network.
Twitter went easy on Trump because it ‘relished’ the power, ex-employee says
The former employee said Twitter didn't take action against Trump despite months of pleas.
Is Amazon Prime worth it for you?
If you're paying for Amazon Prime, or considering signing up, use this quiz to find out how much that $139 a year actually gets you and if there are better deals.
In leaked memo, Facebook tells managers low performers don’t belong
Facebook told engineering managers to weed out their lowest-performing employees as the company seeks to rein in costs during an economic downturn.
You can now preview iOS 16’s editable iMessages and more
Earlier this summer, Apple announced a bevy of clever new features for its phones, tablets and computers. Here's how they've been working so far.
As Musk moves to abandon deal, Twitter faces ‘worst case scenario’
Analysts and employees warned Musk set the stage for a turbulent period, which could carry financial risks and leave workers more frustrated.
Hideo Kojima studio threatens legal action over false link to Shinzo Abe killing
Kojima Productions shared a statement condemning misinformation falsely linking Hideo Kojima to the assassination of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe.
‘Hit the kill switch’: Uber used covert tech to thwart government raids
Regulators entered Uber’s offices only to see computers go dark before their eyes as the company used covert tech to thwart government raids, leaked records show.
The hot game on TikTok: Guessing locations on Google Maps
Trevor Rainbolt has turned GeoGuessr, a game powered by Google Maps, into viral fodder for TikTok with his ability to guess real-world locations in seconds.
Elon Musk files to back out of Twitter deal
Musk said he's done with trying to buy Twitter, but it's unclear if he can just walk away without a massive legal fight.
State Department pursues ‘people-people’ diplomacy through video games
The State Department is bullish on gaming as a way to facilitate conversation among young people on issues such as climate change, gender equity and food security.
Deleting files is not enough. Here is how to properly erase hard drives.
Make sure those old computers have been securely scrubbed before donating or recycling.
The machine behind the ‘God particle’ is on the hunt for dark matter
Researchers at CERN are firing up the Large Hadron Collider for the third time, hoping to discover dark matter.
NASA issues rebuke to Russia for using space station as war propaganda
Cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station on Monday celebrated Russia's capture of Ukraine's eastern province of Luhansk.
Elon Musk’s deal to buy Twitter is in peril
Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to take the social network private is in jeopardy, according to sources close to the deal talks.
Former Theranos executive Sunny Balwani convicted on 12 fraud counts
The verdict comes six months after Theranos' founder was found guilty on four counts.
Sony’s new line of gaming hardware may be a tough sell for PC gamers
The 27-inch monitor, called the Inzone M9, and the headphones, the Inzone H9, are both geared toward gamers.
Shivon Zilis, who reportedly had twins with Elon Musk, is an AI expert
Shivon Zillis is a machine learning advocate and major player in Elon Musk’s world — and reportedly the mother of two of his children.