A lack of computer parts known as semiconductors threatens many industries, hitting automakers especially hard. The White House will bring together executives from 19 companies to confront the issue.
Facebook said that "malicious actors" scraped the data through a vulnerability that it fixed in 2019. But the publicly available data still leaves millions of users vulnerable, security experts say.
Amazon avoided the prospect of a first unionized warehouse in America, where it's now the second-largest private employer. The vote in Alabama had prompted new interest in unions across the country.
Multigenerational households and anti-Asian bullying may play a role.
So many people who are working from home are feeling burnt out these days. Shaking things up and finding moments of joy could help us put energy back into our work.
An ear made from an apple, a spinal cord rebuilt using asparagus...it sounds like bizarre science fiction. But Andrew Pelling is working on a way to revive human tissue with a trip to the supermarket.
Hand counting will continue on Friday. So far, more than two-thirds of the tallied votes are against unionizing.
The civil rights group says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised Congress and the public the network would move fast to take down posts that break its rules, but anti-Muslim bigotry is still present.
These digital credentials could return us to normal life more quickly, but they have stirred controversy in some quarters.
It's a really large mail-in election. (Yes, this one, too.) The tally of yes and no votes has finally begun.
By law, the government can't monitor domestic Internet traffic. Hackers suspected of being Russian exploited this blind spot by disguising their origins and working through unwitting U.S. companies.
In Disco Elysium, you play as an unnamed detective figuring out the story behind a dead body in a windswept, wintry city. The new Final Cut edition features extra quests and a fully-voiced script.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said social media companies are "sufficiently akin" to a common carrier, like a telephone company, and should be "regulated in this manner."
Now that the pandemic has normalized remote work, some rural states are marketing themselves to big city residents for relocation.
By a 6-to-2 vote, the justices said Google's use of Oracle code did not infringe copyright laws.