Ask the Siri assistant, “Give me the news,” and the software offers up a National Public Radio newscast or the option to switch to other sources.
Timnit Gebru led the research effort at Stanford University that analyzed 50 million images and location data from Google Street View, the street-scene feature of the online giant’s mapping service.
Travis Kalanick, the former chief executive of Uber, leaving Federal District Court in San Francisco this week after testifying in the trial pitting the ride-hailing company against Waymo, the driverless car unit of Google’s parent company, Alphabet.
Book World is closing its 45 stores, including this one in West Bend, Wis., where Peggy Wiedmeyer made a purchase last week.
James B. Comey Jr., F.B.I. director. The government said earlier it had no way to get into a terrorist’s phone without Apple’s help.
Randall L. Stephenson, the chief executive of AT&T, said “hiring Michael Cohen as a political consultant was a big mistake.”
A half-dozen civil society groups in Myanmar said in an open letter on Thursday that Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, had mischaracterized the social network’s efforts to detect hate speech in their country.
Facebook’s user data extends far beyond the basic biographical information that most share. Facebook also tracks users on other sites and apps, collects so-called biometric facial data and allows marketers to target people who express an interest in certain health conditions.
Cecilia Kang covers technology and regulatory policy in Washington. “My contacts are very particular about how we communicate, so I have about half a dozen apps I use regularly for interviews,” she said.
Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, opens the company’s annual conference for developers in San Jose, Calif. on Monday.
The start-up Spacious has turned 25 restaurants, including the Milling Room in Manhattan, into a co-working space during the day.
ZTE’s logo on a building in Shanghai. The firm said it had ceased “major operating activities” after the Trump administration banned it from using components made in the United States.
Detroit was not chosen as a finalist for Amazon’s second headquarters, but its bid gave the company a peek at the kind of tax breaks the city was willing to offer.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, leaving a meeting with Senator Bill Nelson, Democrat of Florida, on Monday in Washington.
Steve Mollenkopf, the chief executive of Qualcomm, which the Trump administration shielded from a hostile takeover bid. Months later, Mr. Mollenkopf is waiting for China to weigh in on a $44 billion deal with NXP.
Twitter had posted a loss in every previous quarter since it went public in 2013.
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