What an Utterly Bizarre Week of News For Tesla
Facebook Says It Has “No Plans” to Listen in On Your Conversations
After Having a “Consensual Relationship” at Work, Brian Krzanich Is Out as Intel’s CEO
Splinter News Doxed Stephen Miller, and Twitter Tried to Stop It
Instagram Wants Its New Video App to Be the Vertical YouTube
Microsoft Touted Its Work With ICE in January. Now Its CEO Is Downplaying It.
Why the AT&T–Time Warner Ruling Might Be Among the Worst Opinions in Antitrust History
Elon Musk Definitely Doesn’t Sound Paranoid After Emailing His Staff Twice in Two Days About Sabotage
What Is It Like to Own One of Elon Musk’s Flamethrowers? We Asked an Early Buyer.
AT&T Wins Approval to Buy Time Warner in Deal That Could Transform Media and Cable
Facebook Changed 14 Million People’s Privacy Settings to “Public” Without Warning
Naomi Klein on “Disaster Capitalists,” “Crypto Island,” and the Opposing Forces That Want to Remake Puerto Rico
A Somber Elon Musk Kept His Job at Tesla’s Shareholder Meeting
Uber CEO Urges Employees to Say They “Have the D” in Meetings
Apple’s Plan to Help You Put Down Your Phone—and Why It Might Work
Apple Will Let You Make an Animoji That Looks Like You
Facebook Is Finally Ditching Its Trending Section
Teens Are Abandoning Facebook. For Real This Time.
Google’s Self-Driving Car Project Is Buying a Lot of Minivans, Launching a Ride-Hailing Service
Twitter Is Removing Accounts of Users Who Were Younger Than 13 When They Joined