A new report says automation could displace 2.5 million American workers per year, or more than three times the rate between 1970 and 1990, when computers revolutionized the global economy.
The search giant announced surging profits Monday, up 73 percent in the first quarter of 2018. Advertising revenue made up the bulk of the boost.
Access and streaming issues are already impacting Americans living in rural areas.
There are many other companies besides Facebook, which has been under fire for weeks, tracking the data of unsuspecting users.
Recode's Kurt Wagner joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss Zuckerberg's two days of testimony before Congress, and what comes next.
Zuckerberg is testifying before a joint Senate subcommittee hearing Tuesday.
West Virginia has become the first state to allow military members deployed overseas to use a blockchain-based mobile app called Voatz to vote in a federal election.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd speaks with Edmund Lee, managing editor of Recode, about the latest on the Facebook CEO's testimony Tuesday.
Security experts say signatures are no longer an effective protection from scams.
Mark Zuckerberg is expected to face tough questions about data privacy, political advertising and his company's role in election interference.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress next week.
Facebook has announced "malicious actors" took advantage of search tools which allowed them to collect personal information on most of its 2 billion users.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd discusses the company's handling of user data with Zeynep Tufekci, a professor who researches the impact of social media.
The FCC is facing pressure from a number of senators over plans to cut back a program that subsidizes phone and broadband services for low-income people.
Instead of offering up new shares to institutional investors, the music streaming company will let existing shareholders offer their holdings to the market.
Facebook has announced a new layer of protection for users and their data, following the Cambridge Analytica data leak.
MIT graduate student Robert Katzschmann helped create the fish, named SoFi, which can swim underwater and help researchers study ocean life up close.
Once reliable and ever-increasing, electricity demand has fallen in recent years amid improved energy efficiency in the U.S.
The spam calls are the No. 1 consumer complaint to the Federal Communications Commission.
Ezinne Ukoha stopped using Facebook in 2016, and says she has no regrets.