Roughly two-thirds of employees at the store in Towson, Md., voted to join the union.
Its fall was accelerated in recent weeks by the collapse of two major cryptocurrency projects while sowing doubts about the stability of the overall cryptocurrency market.
Paige Thompson’s lawyers said she had been looking for cracks so they could be fixed. A jury found her guilty of wire fraud and hacking charges.
The app is trying to convince the U.S. government that it won’t expose Americans’ information to China.
In an email, Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president, said the letter had made other employees “feel uncomfortable, intimidated and bullied.”
As cryptocurrencies have plunged, attention has focused on a potential point of vulnerability: the market’s reliance on a so-called stablecoin called Tether.
Decades into his career, the British American journalist has an unlikely TikTok hit that could be the song of the summer. “I am not trying to make it as a rapper,” he says.
Mr. Musk answered questions from Twitter’s 8,000 workers for the first time in a virtual meeting on Thursday.
The technology is hard and the economics of mass deliveries may never make sense.
More government intervention will slow tech down. Is that good or bad?
The employees said that the chief executive’s behavior online was “a frequent source of distraction and embarrassment.”
A video producer claims he was fired after he complained that an obscure group based in the Sierra foothills dominated a business unit at Google.
Artists and civilians alike chafe at the pressures of presenting themselves online.
Microsoft will be disabling IE and directing Windows users to its modern Edge web browser in coming months. The news inspired jokes, memes and even some fond memories.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released data on 10 months of crashes involving cars with automated components. A few were fatal.
Emma Lembke, 19, is encouraging her peers to reduce their time on the internet and rethink their relationship to it.
Jesse Powell, who leads the crypto exchange Kraken, has challenged the use of preferred pronouns, debated who can use racial slurs and called American women “brainwashed.”
From power bricks to cables, it’s time to incorporate USB-C or wireless charging into your setup.
Crypto companies are laying off staff, freezing withdrawals and trying to stem losses, raising questions about the health of the ecosystem.
The ruling ends a $17.8 million campaign by companies like Uber and Lyft that would have led to the classification of their drivers as independent contractors.
The particle collider at CERN will soon restart. “There could be a revolution coming,” scientists say.
The market for tech talent, and for workers of all types at tech companies, remains hot.
Payton Iheme, the head of public policy for Bumble in the Americas, is working to advance legislation that penalizes the act of sending unwanted sexual images.
At Fox News, there was little drama over the decision to project Joseph R. Biden the winner of Arizona. But the relationship between Trump and the network was never the same.
One company, Floreo, is hoping their tools will lead the way, despite some criticisms from autism self-advocates.
The accord could ease the path for thousands of workers to unionize at the game company, which Microsoft is acquiring, and addresses an antitrust objection.
The value of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ether plummeted over the last day as investors continued to show nervousness about their stability.
Patients whose brain injury coincidentally relieved their nicotine cravings may help unravel the neural underpinnings of addiction, a new study suggests.
Blake Lemoine, the engineer, says that Google’s language model has a soul. The company disagrees.
What do Google Glass and Pokémon Go have in common? They didn’t change the world.
NHTSA will take a broad look at whether the electric-car maker’s driver-assistance system can increase the risk of crashes.
So why do all these settings even exist?
A group that includes Eric Schmidt and Peter Thiel isn’t simply funding the effort itself: It wants American taxpayers to help foot the bill.
In an interview, the chair of the Federal Trade Commission laid out some of her plans now that she has a Democratic majority at the agency.
His innovations included the first polyphonic, programmable synthesizer and the universal connectivity of MIDI.
The move may make it tougher for Mr. Musk, who has said he is not getting enough information from the company, to end the $44 billion acquisition.
For Ken Paxton, the state attorney general, there are positives. Aligning with Elon Musk? Check. Politically helpful? Check.
Electric scooters have had their share of haters, but some cities have found ways to make them more appealing.
In myth, the cryptocurrency is egalitarian, decentralized and all but anonymous. The reality is very different, scientists have found.
A picture of Jordie Jordan, an online gamer, has been attached to a fake name and numerous bogus reports of his death, including from the mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas.
Automakers and technology companies say they are making driving safer, but verifying these claims is difficult.
A woman is accused of downloading data of more than 100 million Capital One customers. Her lawyers argue a conviction would criminalize legitimate research practices.
Clinical trials found the vaccine to work well, but the company has long struggled with manufacturing.
A European Union mandate set to begin in 2026 will require all new smartphones, tablets and laptops to use a common charger.
Soon, iPhone owners will be able to edit text messages, and Android owners will be able to send high-resolution photos. Many of the changes are long overdue.
Mr. Musk’s lawyers said Twitter was “actively resisting” his requests.
Nexii Building Solutions in Vancouver is having significant early success, though there are potential pitfalls.
After Axon announced plans for a Taser-equipped drone that it said could prevent mass shootings, nine members of the company’s ethics board stepped down.
OpenSea, one of the highest-profile crypto start-ups, is facing a backlash over stolen and plagiarized nonfungible tokens.
Silicon Valley is losing one of its most visible, outspoken and powerful women. Any gains have been incremental at best.