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Sam Altman's startup accelerator Y Combinator this week rolled out plans to extend its universal basic income study to 3,000 people across two states.
As business moves computer services to the cloud, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is under pressure from cloud giant Amazon and a rising Google.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday vowed to do more to protect election integrity.
Slice Intelligence says hard-core fans seem to be waiting for the release of the 10th anniversary iPhone X in November.
Here’s what’s on the Thursday menu. Tesla reportedly working with AMD on AI chip for self-driving cars. (CNBC) AMD shares are up sharply. You can’t make this stuff up: Equifax...
Vanity Fair says Thiel has been in talks to become chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board.
Regional and national trends played out across the East Bay, where the supply of single family homes shrank, forcing prices up, sometimes dramatically.
The ubiquitous computing command has been nicknamed "the three-fingered salute."
'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah called Pao's new memoir "eye-opening and fascinating."
Pinkeye vs. eye infection: What a doctor calls a condition affects patients’ decisions on treatment. Speaking of language, a look at how sexual norms have evolved by looking at research...
Starting Wednesday, travelers can use the Airbnb platform to book restaurant reservations.
Canadian tech leaders are highlighting an apparent upswing in the number of American and U.S.-based tech workers looking to the Great White North for work.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg outlined what changes the tech firm is making to ad targeting after ProPublica discovered
Here’s what’s on the Wednesday menu. Bain-led group — which includes Apple — to buy Toshiba chip unit in $18 billion deal. (Bloomberg) Uber faces widespread Asia bribery...
The problem: The Apple Watch Series 3 sometimes won't connect to cellular.
"My walkie talkie is busted so I had to write this note instead," the letter began.
There’s good news and bad news: Today’s teens are putting off drinking and having sex, but they’re also delaying becoming independent. On a list of 30 “lost” words that...
In deciding on where to locate its second headquarters, Amazon is looking for offers of tax breaks, money and land -- but not giant desert plants.
Because of their opposition to SESTA, some have lumped in Google, Facebook, Twitter and other tech companies with sex traffickers.
AR developers, market analysts and Apple CEO Tim Cook believe ARKit will ultimately redefine the relationship between consumers and their smartphones.