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Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2019

Apple, TikTok draw congressional rebuke for sitting out of hearing on China
Apple and TikTok took a lashing Tuesday for choosing to skip a congressional hearing meant to explore the tech industry and its ties to China, an absence that threatens both companies with sustained political scrutiny over their controversial relationships with Beijing.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2019

Inside TikTok: A culture clash where U.S. views about censorship often were overridden by the Chinese bosses
The tensions inside TikTok's Beijing-based parent company highlight a growing challenge for the American Internet as Chinese tech giants race to expand and compete more directly with social-media firms in the West.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg just dined with civil rights leaders hoping to change his mind on political ads
Activists are hopeful they're getting through to the Facebook chief.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2019

U.S. should consider pooling data with other countries to beat China in artificial intelligence, group says
The United States and China are strategic competitors in many arenas, but none is more critical in shaping the future of the world than the competition for dominance in AI.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

Move fast and capitalize things: Facebook unveils new logo
Facebook says its new branding communicates "clarity" and "optimism." Typography experts say it's also about convincing users it can be trusted.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

A conservative radio host compared ‘boomer' to the n-word. Even Dictionary.com was appalled.
"OK, boomer" is a pithy way young generations are clapping back toward people they perceive to be out of touch.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

Why Google, a software giant, is spending billions to get into gadgets
Google has long pursued hardware but has mostly come up short. So it's doing the next best thing: buying Fitbit, which provides data riches.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

When the power went out during California's wildfires, the air quality monitors turned off, too
The 2019 wildfires have laid bare the drawbacks to an air quality monitoring system designed more for measuring large swaths of land over time than for providing real-time, localized data that is more valuable in disasters like wildfires.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

Uber reports $1.2 billion loss nearly six months after going public
The company's employee lockout period was expected to lift this week, raising concerns about a potential rush to sell its stock.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

Boeing declares spacecraft abort system test a success, despite the failure of one parachute


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Nov 04, 2019

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Nov 04, 2019

The Technology 202: A small team of attorneys is racing to keep up with tech companies' antitrust documents
The mismatch is indicative of a David-and-Goliath battle.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

8chan is back online, this time as 8kun
The anonymous message board was known for promoting online hate and extremism, including during mass shootings.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

Apple says it will spend $2.5 billion on housing crunch
Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have collectively pledged billions of dollars toward housing campaigns this year. Some advocates say it's not enough.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2019

TikTok declines to testify to Congress about China, in move that threatens to stoke lawmakers' ire
Top executives at TikTok have declined to testify at a congressional hearing slated for next week to explore the tech industry and its ties to China, a move that threatens to worsen the social-media app's woes in Washington.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

Police think Amazon's Alexa may have information on a fatal stabbing case
Police in Hallandale Beach, Fla., say they have obtained the data from Amazon, which has pushed back against releasing such information in past cases.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

Older iPhones need this update immediately or GPS, email won't work correctly, Apple says
Users need the update to keep GPS, email and other functions working.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

Tech billionaires have turned Halloween into a circus
Much like the tech industry itself, the Halloween festivities have rapidly scaled from an organic attempt at connection into something unrecognizable.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

Google will acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion in direct challenge to Apple
The deal puts Alphabet in a race against Apple when it comes to tracking fitness and health data.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

Amid BlizzCon protest, Team Hong Kong's Overwatch World Cup stay is short but sweet
Hong Kong team manager Derek Kwok predicted that the team would "put up a good fight" against Germany. That statement summarized the match, watched by nearly 20,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch, well.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2019

U.S. government investigating TikTok over national security concerns
The review of the Chinese-owned social-media company adds to its woes in Washington.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2019

Federal safety officials probe alleged Tesla battery defects
The probe applies to model year 2012 through 2019 Model S and X vehicles.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2019

Google will acquire Fitbit in $2.1 billion deal and direct challenge to Apple
The deal puts Alphabet in a race against Apple when it comes to tracking fitness and health data.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2019

The Technology 202: Here's why Twitter may have trouble enforcing its own political ads ban
The definition of ‘issue ads' is murky.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2019

NBC's latest gamble depends on the idea that you'll want to shop while you watch TV
NBC has rolled out a new feature that allows people to shop while they watch television, but a question remains: will anybody use it?

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

‘America isn't easy': Facebook CEO mocks ‘Social Network' writer
Zuckerberg waded into a war of words Thursday with Aaron Sorkin, who wrote an op-ed criticizing Facebook's political ad policy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

Google raises ‘confidentiality' alarms about state antitrust probe, claiming key consultants have ties to its rivals
The Texas-led antitrust investigation into Google has already spilled into court, after the tech giant on Thursday told a judge that two experts retained by the states raise serious "confidentiality" concerns given their past work with rivals, such as News Corp.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

‘Putin's chef,' architect of interference in 2016 U.S. election, is now meddling in African politics, Facebook says
The man behind Russia's Internet Research Agency trolls that worked to elect Donald Trump has been active in Africa, too, according to Facebook, which took down more than 170 accounts with nearly 1 million followers overall.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

ACLU sues FBI, DOJ over facial-recognition technology, criticizing ‘unprecedented' surveillance and secrecy
The lawsuit marks a new chapter in growing public resistance to the technology, which can be used to quickly identify people caught on camera without their knowledge or consent.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

Facebook reports record revenue in third quarter amid continued scrutiny from regulators
The social network's growth has defied criticism from privacy experts and regulators.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

The Technology 202: Twitter placed the political ad ball in Facebook's court
Mark Zuckerberg doubled down on free speech.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 31, 2019

Think you're anonymous online? A third of popular websites are ‘fingerprinting' you.
Our latest privacy experiment tested sites for an invisible form of online tracking that you can't easily avoid.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

Twitter to ban all political ads amid 2020 election uproar
The policy announced by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday will take effect in November.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

Facebook reports record revenue
The past few months have been among the rockiest in the company's 15-year history.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

‘Putin's chef,' architect of interference in 2016 U.S. election, is now meddling in politics across Africa, Facebook says
The man behind Russia's Internet Research Agency trolls that worked to elect Donald Trump has been active in Africa, too, according to Facebook, which took down more than 170 accounts with nearly 1 million followers overall.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

Lyft is taking the human judgment out of critical safety decisions
The team entrusted with making decisions on whether to deactivate drivers has had its responsibilities eroded.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

The Technology 202: Elizabeth Warren just made her battle against Facebook more personal
She singled out Joel Kaplan in plans to shut revolving door.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

The Technology 202: Facebook employees demand tougher standards for political ads
The leak of an open letter could signal a new emphasis on activism.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

School apps track students from the classroom to bathroom, and parents are struggling to keep up
A digital hallpass app that tracks bathroom trips is the latest school software to raise privacy concerns.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

Tweens, teens and screens: The average time kids spend watching online videos has doubled in 4 years
The surge in consumption comes despite mounting concerns about the grip that smartphones and screens have on young people's lives and development.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2019

WhatsApp accuses Israeli firm of helping governments hack phones of journalists, human rights workers
WhatsApp on Tuesday accused the Israeli surveillance company NSO of helping governments hack into the mobile devices of more than 100 people worldwide, including journalists and human rights workers.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 28, 2019

Pro-Trump super PACs draw scrutiny for Facebook ads seeking voter registration data
"Official records show that your voter registration is incomplete," began one ad from a pro-Trump super PAC that Facebook later removed. "Follow the link below to complete your voter registration NOW!"

Washington Post Tech
Oct 28, 2019

The Technology 202: Facebook takes down false ad from political group. But it still won't police politicians directly.
An ad was removed linking Lindsey Graham to the Green New Deal.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 28, 2019

Google's newest phone is literally just a piece of paper
The company says the experiment is aimed at giving users a "digital detox."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Google CEO, in leaked video, says company is ‘genuinely struggling' with employee trust
At Google's closed-door meeting, CEO Sundar Pichai and other top executives sought to quell employee discontent and defended the hiring of a former Department of Homeland Security official, while chastising employees for airing their gripes publicly.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Pentagon awards controversial $10 billion cloud computing deal to Microsoft, spurning Amazon
The contract award comes after years of bitter accusations and lawsuits by some of the country's biggest tech companies. Rivals had feared the procurement was fixed in Amazon's favor. This is a developing story. It will be updated.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Tired of long lines? A Canadian grocery chain debuts Smart Carts with self-checkout.
A Canadian grocery chain says its introducing a fleet of intelligent grocery carts that scan and weigh products as customers place them in the cart.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

TikTok raises national security concerns in Congress as Schumer, Cotton ask for federal review
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Sen. Tom Cotton asked U.S. intelligence officials to probe TikTok, expressing fears that the Chinese-owned social-networking app poses "national security risks."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Tired of long lines? A Canadian grocery chain debuts ‘Smart Carts' with self-checkout.
A Canadian grocery chain says its introducing a fleet of intelligent grocery carts that scan and weigh products as customers place them in the cart.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

The Technology 202: Democrat drafting bill to stop Facebook from profiting off politicians' ads containing falsehoods
Rep. David Cicilline says Congress has a responsibility to act.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg struggles to defend Facebook's civil rights record
The Facebook CEO couldn't name the firm conducting its civil rights audit.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Wanted: ‘Friendly' human face for global army of humanoid robots. Apply within.
A British firm claims it has been hired by a mysterious robotics company to find the perfect face for a new fleet of humanoid robots.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Google is making a big change to its vaunted search engine. You might not notice.
Google is making what it calls the biggest tweak to its search engine in the past five years. But it's still a work in progress.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Most of the political tweets you see are from a minority of users, a Pew study says
Ten percent of U.S. Twitter users are behind 97 percent of tweets that mention national politics, according to a Pew study.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Facebook will begin paying some outlets for their content as it introduces its News tab
Friday marks a new phase in Facebook's approach to online news, particularly after the company shifted the focus of its news feed last year to promote posts shared by family and friends.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Amazon profits pinched by speedy shipping push
The e-commerce giant's investments in delivering packages in one day as it ramps up for the holiday shopping season continue to bit into its profit margins.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2019

Civil rights leaders thought they'd figured out how to deal with Facebook. But now they are ‘livid.'
Citing foreign interference in the 2016 election and past efforts of voter suppression, activists raise alarm over Facebook's decision to allow politicians to lie on the platform without consequences.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Top Chinese official misses space conference amid U.S.-China tensions
Diplomatic tensions between China and the United States continued to climb Wednesday, when Chinese officials accused the U.S. of having "weaponized" the visa process after a top Chinese official was unable attend a major international space conference currently being held in Washington.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Andrew Yang weighs in on loot boxes, Hong Kong and video game addiction
The Democratic presidential candidate believes game publishers need to provide players with more information regarding the randomized in-game transactions.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Great books about the space race
Loved the "Moonrise" podcast? Here's a reading list for brushing up on space history.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Facebook to offer ‘News' tab for users — and pay (some) publishers for their work
Facebook joins a small but growing Silicon Valley trend in agreeing to pay for news.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Facebook's Zuckerberg takes broad lashing on Libra, 2020 election and civil rights at congressional hearing
Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg returned to the congressional spotlight on Wednesday, testifying at a hearing that could lay bare the broad bipartisan fears about the tech giant's preparedness entering the 2020 presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

The Technology 202: Here's your guide to today's Capitol Hill hearing featuring Mark Zuckerberg
The Facebook head wants to talk about Libra. But lawmakers may have other things in mind.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

THC, cyanide and razor blades: How sketchy urban myths taught parents to fear Halloween candy
The October tradition of needlessly freaking out about strange sweets

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Facebook's Zuckerberg takes bipartisan lashing on Libra, 2020 election at congressional hearing
Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg returned to the congressional spotlight on Wednesday, testifying at a hearing that could lay bare the broad bipartisan fears about the tech giant's preparedness entering the 2020 presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Facebook takedowns show new Russian activity targeted Biden, praised Trump
The company said Monday it disabled a network of accounts originating in Russia that posed at times as locals in swing states to post on divisive political issues and the upcoming presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook
Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook, the states announced Tuesday, commencing a high-stakes, sweeping bipartisan probe of the tech giant.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Help Desk: Can your medical records become marketing? We investigate a reader's suspicious ‘patient portal.'
Our tech columnist helps identify a HIPAA loophole, explains ApplePay and shares a Firefox upgrade that helps you track the data trackers on your computer.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

‘Don't leave campus': Parents are now using tracking apps to watch their kids at college
As Gen Z grows up and goes to college, some parents are using technology to keep a close watch

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

A face-scanning algorithm increasingly decides whether you deserve the job
HireVue claims it uses artificial intelligence to decide who's best for a job. Outside experts call it "profoundly disturbing."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

The Technology 202: House Science Committee chair takes aim at Silicon Valley's handling of Trump's falsehoods
"I think we ought to have a freedom of responsibility," Rep. Johnson says.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

The Technology 202: Joe Biden fundraises off Facebook's discovery of Russian campaigns against him
It's not just tech companies that are in a position of relative strength since 2016.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Google Maps now shows speed traps, potentially raising the ire of law enforcement
The company enabled the reporting mechanism for Android users earlier this year.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2019

Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin to team up with aerospace giants to help meet Trump's moon mandate
The secretive space company has formed a partnership with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper to build a lunar landing system.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Oracle's Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died at 62
Hurd, 62, previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died
Hurd, 62, had previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

NASA's all-female spacewalk makes history: ‘One giant leap for WOMANkind!'
Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station just months after NASA had to cancel an all-female spacewalk because of a spacesuit-sizing problem.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Activision Blizzard under fire from bipartisan group of Congress members over China relations
The letter escalates the storm Blizzard faces ahead of its annual BlizzCon event the first weekend of November.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

From Apple to wineries, California companies turn to solar amid outages
As climate change threatens to make power outages more frequent, California businesses are turning to solar-powered systems to protect their operations when the lights go out.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is taking a long view on free speech as critics attack company's policies
He is also heading to Capitol Hill again next week.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

This robotic hand learned to solve a Rubik's Cube on its own — just like a human.
The goal, researchers say, was to create a robot that learns the way humans do — through trial and error. Eventually, those robots could be used to complete tasks — in a warehouse or perhaps on the surface of a new planet — with more autonomy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Zuckerberg's speech draws ire from 2020 candidates, civil rights advocates
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg drew fresh ire from Democratic presidential candidates, free speech experts and civil rights advocates, who argued his speech in Washington this week failed to acknowledged the troubles with the tech giant's practices.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

On Facebook's live stream, Zuckerberg's free-speech lecture got a big thumbs up
Facebook live stream viewers saw nearly entirely positive comments and emojis during Zuckerberg's speech because of how the algorithms behind a live-stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

On Facebook's live stream, Zuckerberg's free speech lecture got a big thumbs up
Facebook live stream viewers saw nearly entirely positive comments and emojis during Zuckerberg's speech because of how the algorithms behind a live-stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Zuckerberg: Standing For Voice and Free Expression
This is the full text of the speech Mark Zuckerberg gave at Georgetown University on free expression.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Video giant Twitch pushes Trump rallies and mass violence into the live-stream age
Tens of millions of viewers have watched video streamed on Twitch this year. But the site's exploding fan base has attracted those seeking to sow discord and spotlight mass violence.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

The Technology 202: Lawmakers are concerned about exporting tech's legal shield in trade deals
USMCA ship may have already sailed.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in interview he fears ‘erosion of truth' but defends allowing politicians to lie in ads
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview with The Washington Post that he worries "about an erosion of truth" online but defended the policy allowing politicians to peddle ads containing misrepresentations and lies on his social network, a stance that has sparked an outcry during the 2020 presidential campaign.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Building a world of Modern Warfare
Here's how the game's creators injected more reality into Modern Warfare.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook co-founder and critic Chris Hughes spearheads a $10 million ‘anti-monopoly' fund
Hughes and his allies are putting new money toward a new "anti-monopoly" fund, hoping to harness heightened interest around big tech into a broader movement to analyze, regulate or dismantle behemoths in agriculture, healthcare and other industries where he says competition is lacking and consumers feel the pain.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

Congress wanted to grill Uber and Lyft on safety. The companies blew them off.
Uber and Lyft chose not to send representatives to a congressional inquiry aimed at examining their safety and labor practices.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

Years after Obama used Facebook to help him win the presidency, Silicon Valley is under Democratic fire
The Democratic Party's rapidly fading love affair with Big Tech has broken into open acrimony in recent weeks, punctuated by a presidential debate Tuesday in which leading candidates took turns decrying the industry's impact on the nation and workshopping ways to rein it in.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

The Technology 202: Tech issues divide Democrats, including Twitter's handling of Trump's tweets
Some don't think tech issues will sway voters.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The Technology 202: Social media companies still airing violent Trump video
YouTube and Facebook added age restrictions.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Uber: The ride-hailing app that says it has ‘zero' drivers
Uber raised eyebrows last month when its chief lawyer asserted that "drivers' work is outside the usual course of Uber's business" in a call laying out the company's resistance to a California bill that would alter the employment status of many gig workers.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Violent spoof video of Trump killing his critics shows how memes have reshaped politics
The video's airing at a conservative event — and its mass sharing afterward — revealed how the once-fringe movements of online trolling and meme-making have helped reshape mainstream politics and the media.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

What you do on the Internet is worth a lot. Exactly how much, nobody knows.
U.S. officials are struggling to quantify the value of digital activities and integrate those numbers into public policy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The Technology 202: Airbnb now part of Congress's debate over Silicon Valley's legal shield
Changes to Section 230 could extend into online marketplaces.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The entire Fortnite ecosystem has been sucked into a virtual black hole, and the game is down
What happens when the world's most popular game shuts down?

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Teens find circumventing Apple's parental controls is child's play
Apple's Screen Time is meant to give customers a way to control their kids' devices, but intrepid youngsters have exploited bugs and workarounds.

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