Facebook Rejected Ads From 60 Women’s Sexual Health Companies According to New Report

A breastfeeding workshop, pants for postpartum comfort, consent education: These are a few of the services and products featured in ads that Facebook has rejected, according to a new report from the Center…

Read more

Google Infringed on Sonos Speaker Technology, Trade Court Rules

OAKLAND, Calif. — Google infringed on five audio technology patents held by the speaker manufacturer Sonos and is not allowed to import products that violate Sonos’s intellectual property into the United States, a…

Read more

Economists Pin More Blame on Tech for Rising Inequality

Yet the technological shift evolved as growth in postsecondary education slowed and companies began spending less on training their workers. “When technology, education and training move together, you get shared prosperity,” said Lawrence…

Read more

Economists Pin More Blame on Tech for Rising Inequality

Yet the technological shift evolved as growth in postsecondary education slowed and companies began spending less on training their workers. “When technology, education and training move together, you get shared prosperity,” said Lawrence…

Read more

Cable TV Is the New Landline

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. People have been predicting the death of cable TV for a long time, but this really might…

Read more

Covid Test Misinformation Spikes Along With Spread of Omicron

On Dec. 29, The Gateway Pundit, a far-right website that often spreads conspiracy theories, published an article falsely implying that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had withdrawn authorization of all P.C.R….

Read more

Why Tesla Soared as Other Automakers Struggled to Make Cars

For much of last year, established automakers like General Motors and Ford Motor operated in a different reality from Tesla, the electric car company. G.M. and Ford closed one factory after another —…

Read more

Biden Administration Warns Against Spyware Targeting Dissidents

WASHINGTON — The federal government on Friday warned the public about the risks of commercial surveillance tools that have been used to spy on journalists and political dissidents by infecting their phones with…

Read more

As Beijing Takes Control, Chinese Tech Companies Lose Jobs and Hope

The video platform that laid off Mr. Zhao, iQiyi, had an abysmal quarter, losing about $268 million. Its share prices fell by 85 percent from its high in 2021, reflecting investors’ concerns that…

Read more

What Does Apple's $3 Trillion Valuation Mean?

We aren’t buying more smartphones. So how is this smartphone company making crazy money? Source link

Read more