Book World is closing its 45 stores, including this one in West Bend, Wis., where Peggy Wiedmeyer made a purchase last week.
The Dallas headquarters of AT&T, which wants to merge with Time Warner in an $85.4 billion deal. A federal judge is expected to rule on Tuesday on the Justice Department’s attempt to block the merger.
The new Salesforce Tower is visible from just about everywhere around San Francisco.
Thomas M. Siebel, the chief executive of C3 IoT, works with multiple cloud computing companies.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, will become a technical adviser to the company.
Josh Haner, a New York Times photographer, with his DJI Phantom drone at the Li River in China in 2016. “Every year, drones get smaller and their cameras get more advanced,” he said.
People working at Bytedance’s headquarters in Beijing. China’s top media regulator on Tuesday ordered the start-up to shut down its app for sharing jokes and silly videos.
The rush toward automation in China’s manufacturing center suggests Made in China 2025 will succeed, in part because the effort is bigger than Beijing.
An Apple store in Beijing. In a letter to shareholders, Apple’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, said poor sales in China had forced the company to reduce expectations for its most recent quarter.
Facebook had sought to beam internet access to remote areas with the help of drones. But the project has been abandoned.
The European Union on Friday enacts the world’s toughest rules to protect people’s online data.
“The internet is a big part of my life,” said Anooha Dasari, 16, a high school junior, adding that the repeal of net neutrality is “dangerous.”
President Trump cited tweets by Rob Goldman as proof that Russia’s disinformation campaign was about something other than giving him an election victory.
Tech companies have slowly grown more comfortable with President Trump, who was initially a target of Silicon Valley criticism. Chief executives including Apple’s Tim Cook, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos met with the president in June.
Paul Mozur, a New York Times reporter, tried on a pair of facial recognition glasses in a train station in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou. He said they were not exactly slick or all that functional.
Uber owns a sizable fleet of Volvo cars carrying its self-driving technology. The ride-hailing company is now deepening a partnership with Toyota around driverless cars.
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