Government officials are urging citizens to adopt the official digital currency in a bid to gain more control over the economy.
The new ecommerce platform can beat Amazon on price by shipping direct from China. It’s already racing up the charts.
Ahead of US midterms, activists are fighting falsehoods circulating in Chinese-language communities that they fear will distort the vote or suppress turnout.
The EU’s chief antitrust enforcer Margrethe Vestager says that US tech companies are changing their behavior as global regulators question their dominance.
Johns Hopkins’ long history with student-spies suggests this most recent incident will not lead to much change—but maybe that’s OK.
Artist Miao Ying says Surplus Intelligence depicts humanity’s conflicted relationship with the algorithms that control people’s lives.
The country wants electric vehicles to make up 40 percent of new cars sold by 2030—but first it has to figure out how to keep them charged.
Years after the coworking giant’s highly publicized decline, its principles have permeated traditional offices and unlikely work spaces alike.
Posts that glorify war and those that criticize Russia are getting quietly deleted, as platforms are pressured to walk a thin line.
We thought continued opening was inevitable and the internet would flatten the world. We couldn’t have been more wrong.