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The Amazon January sale has started. The New Year’s sale has deals on big brands like Apple, Shark and Nintendo and Echo Dot, tablets, and Fire TV sticks
Senate Democrats on Tuesday morning reelected Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) as Senate minority leader along with the rest of his leadership team, including Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who will serve another term as Senate minority whip, and Sen.
In an election in which more voters cast ballots than ever before in American history, just about everyone had reason to celebrate. Democrats won the White House.
What’s at stake for Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
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Quarantine can make weekends dull. But backyard camping, virtual museum tours, and national park visits make Saturday and Sunday still feel special.
Happy Wednesday and welcome back to On The Money. I’m Sylvan Lane, and here’s your nightly guide to everything affecting your bills, bank account and bottom line.
As the president-elect begins making personnel choices, the left of the Democratic Party is demanding ethics rules that would ban lobbyists and some consultants.
Democratic senators on Tuesday pressed Facebook and Twitter over measures the social media giants are taking to combat election misinformation ahead of the Georgia Senate runoffs that will decide party control of th
These films will bring the holiday’s food and family traditions right to your screen.
"The most feared investor in America" has Twitter’s CEO in his sights
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At George Floyd’s funeral in Houston, his family and many more reflected on his legacy and the path ahead.
Section 230 of the CDA provides a liability shield to platforms for user-generated content.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Tuesday that he will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's third Supreme Court pick.
COVID-19 will bring with it a crisis of loneliness — and to solve it, we’re going to have to get creative
Did a successful prank inflate attendance expectations for President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla.?
The acclaimed British actor died Thursday, leaving behind a body of work that spanned nearly six decades.
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President Trump said he and Vladimir Putin did not discuss reported Russian bounties for killing American troops. A new poll shows Mr. Trump and Joe Biden locked in a tight race in Georgia.
At this point, we might know nearly everything about them.
The sites are key conduits for communication and information. Here’s how they plan to handle the challenges facing them before, on and after Tuesday.
Amazon Echo, Google Nest and Apple HomeKit products are all deeply discounted for Black Friday 2020.
Facebook complaining about a bad policy that the company helped initiate is more than an eye-rolling joke.
Republican senators will accuse Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey of anti-conservative bias. Democrats will criticize their handling of hate speech.
Just under a month ago Facebook switched on global availability of a tool which affords users a glimpse into the murky world of tracking that its business relies upon to profile users of the wider web for ad targeting purposes. Facebook is not going boldly into transparent daylight — but rath…
"I’m fucked up."
With trans-Atlantic travel all but suspended, the closest you can get to Paris may be onscreen. These movies will take you there.
Only a small fraction of the president’s top donors from 2016 have given as much to his re-election effort.
If you're feeling stressed or anxious, these calming self-care products can help, from an essential oil diffuser to the Headspace meditation app to journaling.
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 billion downloads and $120 billion in global consumer spend in 2019. Not including third-p…
The government filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google and is considering one against Facebook, too.
Ever been haunted by an online ad for an item you researched or bought? Targeted ads were designed to follow you around everywhere. Here’s how to banish them.
These tech gadgets are marked way down for Cyber Monday.
The first full week of October 2020 brought with it a slew of trailers and promos for such properties as The Boys, The Addams Family and more.
Googling something was all we once did with Google. Now we spend hours a day using its maps, videos, security cameras, email, smartphones and more.
Facebook groups led to the rise of QAnon. We can only imagine what could happen with encryption.
Intel and Nvidia chips power a supercomputing center that tracks people in a place where government suppresses minorities, raising questions about the tech industry’s responsibility.
The Biden lesson is clear: Any 2024 presidential hopefuls in either party will build their brand as moderates.
Metro Detroit boasts thousands of small businesses. They are run and staffed by our neighbors, friends, family and members of our community. Community leaders say the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting local shops hard.
It’s a broken dream.
Emily de La Bruyère Contributor Share on Twitter Emily de La Bruyère is co-founder of Horizon Advisory, a strategy consultancy focused on documenting the military, economic, and technological implications of China’s approach to global competition. Nathan Picarsic Contributor Nathan Picarsic is co-f…
Social media platforms have repeatedly found themselves in the United States government’s crosshairs over the last few years, as it has been progressively revealed just how much power they really wield, and to what purposes they’ve chosen to wield it. But unlike, say, a firearm or drug …
Europe is struggling with a second surge of COVID-19 cases, and it may be worse than the first.
They’re optional but powerful: widgets, hideable pages, App Library, and App Clips
If the 2017 ad boycott — directed at Google and YouTube — is any guide, this new embargo will fall short of its objective.
For all the horror of 2020, these are the lessons we must take with us into the New Year, writes Joanna Whitehead
The final installment of Wilson Yip’s martial arts series arrives on Netflix. And a new season of “Intervention” begins on A&E.
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Staff members’ demands helped end the tenure of James Bennet as Opinion editor of The New York Times. And they are generating tension at The Washington Post. Part of the story starts in Ferguson, Mo.
Twitter, Facebook and YouTube remained on alert as the lack of a clear election result kept the online misinformation flowing.
These 20 eLearning deals are on major sale for Black Friday.
"The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Abby Huntsman, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Meghan McCain pick their favorite items of the year to give this holiday season.
"A sweatshop in America"
New financial filings showed the extent of the president’s cash troubles, as he is now badly outmatched by Joe Biden.
With the goal of helping the public, and state and local governments, better understand the privacy and security features of leading applications, we’re sharing the information and demos we gathered from the teams building these applications.
They scrub the internet of violent and disturbing content, and it haunts them forever.
From carrying a tote bag to buying Tencel-made clothing
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It’s bigger than Facebook and Twitter
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Algorithms can lead to unfair outcomes because the data sets they rely upon inevitably contain inaccuracies, biases and omissions.
Pizzagate-style rumors in 2016 were largely confined to far-right message boards. This year, they are reaching the mainstream with help from a website boosted by Trump.
The 20-year-old singer and songwriter Bea Kristi’s song “Coffee” has reached millions. Now she’s releasing “Fake It Flowers,” an album that puts a new spin on ’90s alt-rock.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared on ABC's "This Week" and talked about the coronavirus, China and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
A highly anticipated ruling by Europe’s top court has just landed — striking down a flagship EU-US data flows arrangement called Privacy Shield. “The Court of Justice invalidates Decision 2016/1250 on the adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-US Data Protection Shield,R…
In court hearings and opinions around the country, judges are voicing similar frustrations with the Trump campaign's legal filings, experts and courthouse veterans say.
The Times TV team recommends the five shows we're watching this week — and that you should be watching too.
Great smart home gifts at a discount for everyone on your list
Sports leagues, large employers and colleges are turning to devices that could usher in more invasive forms of surveillance.
We’re getting another Big Tech hearing in just a few weeks.
Google Duplex has been placing calls to businesses for a year, but restaurants still aren’t sure what to make of it.
These are the key takeaways from former Vice President Joe Biden's town hall with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos.
President-elect Joe Biden was the No. 1 trending person this year, according to a new report from Google Trends.
The coronavirus vaccine rollout began Monday as the first doses were given to hospital workers and other essential staff.
A marriage of a 1980s LED alarm clock and a 2020s smart speaker
On the eve of yet another screen adaptation, Patricia Highsmith’s mordant 1955 tale of calculated self-invention feels as relevant as ever.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker never abandoned his first career as a fine artist. His meticulously staged Tate Modern exhibition puts his commitment on display.
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Incoming White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain joined ABC's "This Week" on Sunday for an exclusive interview.
Collected advice from six Black developers.
The PAC raised more than $260,000 and has apparently spent little on election activities.
COVID-19 vaccine trial participants and investigators in the Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen trials speak about distrust and disparities in minority communities.
The president says he will only sign it if Americans receive $2,000 payments.
Nvidia, Microsoft, is using the mobile web due to Apple restrictions.
Helicopter parenting turned into surveillance with the debut of family-tracking apps like Life360. While the app can alleviate parental fears when setting younger kids loose in the neighborhood, Life360’s teenage users have hated the app’s location-tracking features so much that avoidin…
Joe Biden formally took the reins of the Democratic Party on Thursday night in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
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