Privacy, memory, data and advertising—how the modern web has become a Ponzi scheme and how we might be able to fix it.
How the Google co-founder, forced out of a leadership role in 2001, came back to run the company 10 years later.
A 22,000-word profile of the Yahoo CEO.
The writer, entering her thirties single and adrift, heads to San Francisco to spend time with Kink.com’s Princess Donna Dolore and attend a gangbang “where all the men were dressed as panda bears.”
For the first time, the giants of the tech industry are spending more on creating, buying, and fighting patents than they are on R&D.Part of New York Times' ongoing iEconomy series.
A look inside Google’s Ground Truth.
How Google’s utopian/dystopian plan to scan the world’s books failed and the Harvard-led team that’s picking up the pieces.
Competing teams, some powered by billionaires and some by open-sourced code and volunteers, race to land a robot on the surface and claim a massive prize from Google.
On the ever-expanding world of targeted online advertising.
How the U.S. government used a serial con who was caught running a mail-order steroid pharmacy in Mexico to prove that Google was knowingly placing ads for illegal drugs.