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    What We Learned About Pegasus, the Smartphone Cracker

    Israel used the NSO Group’s cyberweapon as a tool of diplomacy. The F.B.I. tested it for...

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    A top SoftBank deputy is leaving after a billion-dollar pay dispute.

    Marcelo Claure became a close confidant of SoftBank’s founder and played a singular role at the...

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    Apple’s profit jumps to $34.6 billion in holiday quarter despite supply issues.

    The company’s revenue and profit beat Wall Street expectations, easing concerns that supply chain problems and...

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    F.C.C. revokes the ability of China Unicom to operate in the U.S.

    The agency cited national security in revoking the license for the American subsidiary of a state-owned...

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    The Hot New Thing in Dating? Actually Going on Dates.

    Long, aimless conversations on apps have led fatigued singles back to the basics: meeting IRL.

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    Tesla reports record yearly profit but warns that supply problems persist.

    The carmaker had a profit of $5.5 billion as sales of its electric vehicles kept soaring,...

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    YouTube Bars Right-Wing Media Personality Dan Bongino

    Already suspended under the platform’s Covid-19 misinformation rules, he continued to post videos daring YouTube to...

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    Amazon pays $2.25 million to settle a price-fixing investigation.

    An Amazon program guaranteed sellers a minimum price while offering a potential upside if an algorithm...

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    The federal consumer bureau wants to stamp out what it calls ‘junk fees.’

    Late payment charges, hotel resort fees and other tacked-on expenses collectively add billions to what Americans...

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    E.U. court throws out $1.2 billion antitrust fine against Intel.

    Intel had been charged with paying illegal rebates to companies that used its semiconductors over rival...

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    Why Online Stars Are Mad at Apple

    Creators who want to make a living online say the fees are too high.

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    SpaceX Rocket Part to Crash Into Moon 7 Years After Launch

    The four-ton piece of the rocket hasn’t been heard from since it launched an American satellite...

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    Microsoft’s profit continues to climb.

    Profit and sales at the tech giant, the first of the largest tech companies to report...

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    Can CNN’s Hiring Spree Get People to Pay for Streaming News?

    The network’s boss, Jeff Zucker, tries to make up for lost time by signing Chris Wallace,...

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    Oura Ring 3 Review: A Missed Opportunity for Wearable Tech

    At a time when we are concerned about health, the smart ring, which can track sleep...

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    Apple gets restraining order against a woman accused of stalking Tim Cook.

    The woman, a 45-year-old Virginia resident, is accused of threatening Mr. Cook and visiting his home,...

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    Japanese Company Joins March Back to the Moon in 2022

    Before the end of the year, ispace aims to place a lander with two small rovers...

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    A fashion brand is fined for suppressing negative reviews, putting retailers on alert.

    Fashion Nova held lower-starred reviews for approval before they could be posted, the F.T.C. said in...

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    Why Not Copy YouTube’s Good Idea?

    Online creators make the content that entertains and informs us, and they want to share in...

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    The Rise of the Crypto Mayors

    This new political breed accepts paychecks in Bitcoin. The mayors also want to use buzzy new...

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    How Australia’s Leader Lost Control of His Chinese Social Media Account

    A Chinese electronics company said it had bought the WeChat account legitimately, but some Australian officials...

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    Four Attorneys General Claim Google Secretly Tracked People

    Three states and the District of Columbia allege that the tech giant misled consumers by continuing...

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    Why Is Silicon Valley Still Waiting for the Next Big Thing?

    The tech industry has grown ever more rich off big ideas that were developed more than...

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    Biden Looks to Intel’s U.S. Investment to Buoy His China Agenda

    The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed “for the sake of our...

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    Google asks court to dismiss Texas antitrust case.

    The effort is the first time the tech giant has tried to get a government case...

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    Augmented Reality Theater Takes a Bow. In Your Kitchen.

    The Immersive Storytelling Studio at the National Theater in London is using technology to bring a...

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    Intel to Invest at Least $20 Billion in New Chip Factories in Ohio

    Building up U.S. chip production has been a focus of lawmakers and companies alike amid a...

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    How 5G Clashed With an Aviation Device Invented in the 1920s

    The potential for interference between 5G signals and the radio altimeters long used by pilots has...

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    Efforts to Rein in Big Tech May Be Running Out of Time

    With midterm elections approaching, a vote expected on Thursday could be the first of several that...

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    What to Wear in the Metaverse

    Dressing for a virtual world is going to be both enormously liberating and potentially very, very...

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    It’s Not Complicated. Microsoft Wants Activision for Its Games.

    Activision has a lot of popular games that fit into Microsoft’s plans to build a vast...

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    In Sewage, Clues to Omicron’s Surge

    Tracking the virus in wastewater is helping some cities and hospitals respond to the most recent...

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    Facebook’s Unglamorous Mistakes

    Facebook’s little mistakes have big consequences, too. (But only for us.)

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    ‘New Eyes’: Gamers Greet Microsoft’s Activision Deal With Guarded Optimism

    Some players, unhappy with Activision in recent years, said the Microsoft deal could reverse a decline...

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    Regulators aim to rewrite rules for big mergers.

    U.S. antitrust leaders said they would focus on the tech industry’s free services as they strengthened...

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    What’s All the Hype About the Metaverse?

    Microsoft cited the metaverse as a reason for buying Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. Let’s break...

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    Tales From Crypto: A Billionaire Meme Feud Threatens Industry Unity

    A dispute over “web3” in the cryptocurrency industry was publicly exposed in a Twitter spat between...

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    Swipe Right When You See a Conference Room You Like

    Mobile apps for office buildings have become popular as employers try to entice staff back on...

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    Security Flaws Seen in China’s Mandatory Olympics App for Athletes

    Researchers said the app, which will store sensitive health data on participants at the Winter Games,...

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    Can Anyone Satisfy Amazon’s Craving for Electric Vans?

    The company has big plans to turn its delivery fleet green. But very few of the...

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    Microsoft Warns of Destructive Cyberattack on Ukrainian Computer Networks

    The malware was revealed as Russian troops remained massed at the Ukrainian border, and after Ukrainian...

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    Crypto Enthusiasts Meet Their Match: Angry Gamers

    Game publishers are offering NFTs, but skeptical gamers smell a moneymaking scheme and are fighting back.

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    Is Interning for an Influencer Worth It?

    Young fans are messaging social media creators and entrepreneurs seeking experience. But the terms of the...

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    States appeal a judge’s decision to throw out their Facebook antitrust case.

    The states’ central claim is that Facebook acquired competitors — particularly Instagram in 2012 and WhatsApp...

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    Google’s chief executive signed off on deal at center of antitrust case, states say.

    The states argue that Google reached a deal with Facebook to have the social network join...

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    For Coronavirus Testing, the Nose May Not Always Be Best

    As Omicron spreads, some experts are calling for a switch to saliva-based tests, which may detect...