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    The Leader of the QAnon Conspiracy Theory Returns

    Three posts on Friday night signaled the resurfacing of a figure who used a variety of...

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    Companies Are More Vocal Than Ever on Social Issues. Not on Abortion.

    The corporate response to the Supreme Court’s Friday decision was more muted, and the companies that...

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    Ken Knowlton, a Father of Computer Art and Animation, Dies at 91

    His work at Bell Labs in the 1960s laid the groundwork for today’s computer-generated imagery in...

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    Meta clamps down on internal discussion of Roe v. Wade’s overturning.

    Continue reading the main storyThis article is part of our Daily Business Briefing Managers at Meta...

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    Juul Users Prepare to Say Goodbye to Their Vape of Choice

    After a Food and Drug Administration ruling against the company, fans of the brand said they...

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    App Rules Are Twisted to Absurdity

    It’s not just you — what you can buy on your phone makes less and less...

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    As Midterms Loom, Elections Are No Longer Top Priority for Meta C.E.O.

    Mark Zuckerberg, who once said securing elections was “the most important thing,” has shifted Meta’s focus...

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    The Rise of the 0.5 Selfie

    These selfies, taken with an ultra-wide-angle lens, aren’t fussed over. Sometimes they are just “distorted and...

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    Many Russian Cyberattacks Failed in First Months of Ukraine War, Study Says

    A report published by Microsoft also found that Moscow’s disinformation campaign to establish a narrative of...

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    Should You Buy Now, Pay Later? Tread Carefully.

    Afterpay, Apple and other financial tech companies are popularizing installment plans for paying off shopping splurges....

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    Gadgets Were Hot. Now They’re Not.

    Not long ago, it seemed impossible to find a laptop. The pandemic has upended that, too.

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    The Avatars Wear Prada

    And Balenciaga and Thom Browne. Meta opens a new fashion store for the metaverse. Should you...

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    Closing Arguments Made in Trial of Elizabeth Holmes’s Ex-Boyfriend

    The fraud trial of Ramesh Balwani, the chief operating officer of the failed blood testing start-up...

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    Meta Agrees to Alter Ad Technology in Settlement With U.S.

    The Justice Department had accused Meta’s housing advertising system of discriminating against Facebook users based on...

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    Drivers’ Lawsuit Claims Uber and Lyft Violate Antitrust Laws

    They accuse the companies of depriving them of employee benefits while also denying them the freedoms...

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    Microsoft Plans to Eliminate Face Analysis Tools in Push for ‘Responsible A.I.’

    The technology giant will stop offering automated tools that predict a person’s gender, age and emotional...

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    Video: China’s Surveillance State Is Growing. These Documents Reveal How.

    A Times investigation analyzing over 100,000 government bidding documents found that China’s ambition to collect digital...

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    Can Natural Gas Be Used to Create Power With Fewer Emissions?

    One company says it has the technology. And though investors looking for cleaner power generation are...

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    Why You Might Buy Your Next Car Online

    Tesla shifted to selling cars entirely online in 2019. Now, some established automakers, like Ford, are...

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    Google Says It’s Time for Longtime Small-Business Users to Pay Up

    Google is charging some small businesses for email and other apps after more than a decade...

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    Bitcoin Plummets Below $20,000 for First Time Since Late 2020

    Its fall was accelerated in recent weeks by the collapse of two major cryptocurrency projects while...

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    Ex-Amazon Worker Convicted in Capital One Hacking

    Paige Thompson’s lawyers said she had been looking for cracks so they could be fixed. A...

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    TikTok says its American traffic is going through Oracle servers, but it retains backups.

    The app is trying to convince the U.S. government that it won’t expose Americans’ information to...

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    Non-Monogamy Advocates Ask Facebook to Be More Open

    A group supporting those who practice polyamory and other forms of “ethical non-monogamy” want more relationship-status...

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    The Coin That Could Wreck Crypto

    As cryptocurrencies have plunged, attention has focused on a potential point of vulnerability: the market’s reliance...

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    How Louis Theroux Became a ‘Jiggle Jiggle’ Sensation at Age 52

    Decades into his career, the British American journalist has an unlikely TikTok hit that could be...

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    SpaceX Said to Fire Employees Involved in Letter Rebuking Elon Musk

    In an email, Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president, said the letter had made other employees “feel uncomfortable,...

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    Elon Musk tells Twitter’s employees he wants the service to ‘contribute to a better, long-lasting civilization.’

    Mr. Musk answered questions from Twitter’s 8,000 workers for the first time in a virtual meeting...

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    Where Are the Delivery Drones?

    The technology is hard and the economics of mass deliveries may never make sense.

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    SpaceX workers write letter to executives with concerns about Elon Musk’s tweets.

    The employees said that the chief executive’s behavior online was “a frequent source of distraction and...

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    How a Religious Sect Landed Google in a Lawsuit

    A video producer claims he was fired after he complained that an obscure group based in...

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    The Viral Spiral

    Artists and civilians alike chafe at the pressures of presenting themselves online.

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    Internet Explorer Is Shutting Down in a Burst of Nostalgia

    Microsoft will be disabling IE and directing Windows users to its modern Edge web browser in...

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    Inside a Corporate Culture War Stoked by a Crypto C.E.O.

    Jesse Powell, who leads the crypto exchange Kraken, has challenged the use of preferred pronouns, debated...

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    The Hands-Off Tech Era Is Over

    More government intervention will slow tech down. Is that good or bad?

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    Self-Driving and Driver-Assist Technology Linked to Hundreds of Crashes, U.S. Data Shows

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released data on 10 months of crashes involving systems like...

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    What Europe’s Universal Charger Mandate Means for You

    From power bricks to cables, it’s time to incorporate USB-C or wireless charging into your setup.

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    ‘The Music Has Stopped’: Crypto Firms Quake as Prices Fall

    Crypto companies are laying off staff, freezing withdrawals and trying to stem losses, raising questions about...

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    Massachusetts Court Throws Out Gig Worker Ballot Measure

    The ruling ends a $17.8 million campaign by companies like Uber and Lyft that would have...

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    Tech Hiring Is Still Bonkers

    The market for tech talent, and for workers of all types at tech companies, remains hot.

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    Jan. 6 Hearings Focus on Fox News Call That Made Trump’s Loss Clear

    At Fox News, there was little drama over the decision to project Joseph R. Biden the...

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    Can Virtual Reality Help Autistic Children Navigate the Real World?

    One company, Floreo, is hoping their tools will lead the way, despite some criticisms from autism...

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    Feeling Bad? Maybe It’s Time to Log Off.

    Emma Lembke, a 19-year-old college student, is encouraging her peers to reduce their time on the...

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    They Were Cigarette Smokers. Then a Stroke Vanquished Their Addiction.

    Patients whose brain injury coincidentally relieved their nicotine cravings may help unravel the neural underpinnings of...

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    Bitcoin drops 18 percent to lowest price since 2020.

    The cryptocurrency market plunged again as Ether, the second-most valuable currency, dropped more than 20 percent.

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    What if There Were One Less Thing to Worry About Online?

    Payton Iheme, the head of public policy for Bumble in the Americas, is working to advance...

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    Microsoft Pledges Neutrality in Union Campaigns at Activision

    The accord could ease the path for thousands of workers to unionize at the game company...

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    As the Large Hadron Collider Revs Up, Physicists’ Hopes Soar

    The particle collider at CERN will soon restart. “There could be a revolution coming,” scientists say.