Ballot measures were approved in California to restrict commercial use of user data and in Michigan to require warrants for searches of electronic information.
Pollsters spent four years preparing to better capture Trump support and avoid a repeat of 2016. Somehow, they missed it again.
Following a well-funded campaign, California voters approved Proposition 22—allowing gig economy companies to keep treating workers as independent contractors.
Social media offered one way to make sense of election night with other people—but it also plays into some of our worst impulses.
A criminal complaint alleges that a West Virginia man disguised the plastic components as wall hangers and sold hundreds of them online.
Take a deep breath and enjoy democracy at work.
If Instagram over-polices mental health content, it risks alienating people who use the platform to build community in healthy ways.
Game streaming—not Twitch, but the ability to play games in multiple places—is a new variable in this generation of hardware. Here’s what you need to know.
This Android phone is great in many ways, but it’s not the best choice for value.
We’re on the cusp of being able to program biological systems like we program computers. That raises some thorny questions.
Massive storms like Goni, which hit the Philippine islands on Sunday, could be a glimpse of our future.
Despite the president’s claims of victory, his reelection bid depends on a huge number of votes that have yet to be counted.
With most polls closed, the worst-case scenarios about ransomware and misinformation meltdowns have seemingly not come to pass.