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Healey launched an investigation in March 2018 following revelations that data mining firm Cambridge Analytica used ill-gotten data from millions of Facebook users through an app, then used the data...
Google's parent company Alphabet hit $1 trillion in market value this week.
The House antitrust subcommittee continues its investigation into competition in digital markets with testimony from executives who say tech giants like Google and Amazon aren't playing fair.
The Consumer Electronics Show also made headlines this year because of a controversial decision to schedule a keynote address by Ivanka Trump.
The announcement that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are stepping back from their royal positions is causing a stir online with #Megxit trending.
A new study found the more time kids spent engrossed in digital screens, their symptoms of anxiety and depression became more severe.
The move comes as the company is under increasing pressure to crack down on disinformation ahead of the 2020 election.
The Department of Homeland Security warns that "Iran maintains a robust cyber program and can execute cyber attacks against the United States."
The Atlantic's Derek Thompson asks why everyone is so busy, despite the proliferation of technologies meant to save us time and make our lives easier.
New Yorker writer Jia Tolentino explores modern culture through her experience as a millennial, and how social media shapes identity.
2019 saw major technological milestones and triumphs of innovation, as well as some spectacular scandals in the world of tech.
It's been called the strictest digital privacy law in the United States to date.
The artificial intelligence behind smart speakers gets more powerful as Americans give them more control over door locks and lightbulbs.
When the company has to confront the worst of the internet -- trolls, Russian propaganda machines or global terrorism --- Facebook turns to Monika Bickert.
By almost any measure, the Massachusetts biotechnology sector is strong. Jobs are growing. Wages are rising. And some of the world's most exciting therapies are developed here. Yet some people...
Art and artificial intelligence. How humans and machines are collaborating on paintings, music compositions and more.
Plus, we reflect on the life and legacy of former Boston City Councilor and longtime community activist Chuck Turner.
Judith Donath, author of "The Social Machine" and adviser at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center, and Boston Globe tech writer Hiawatha Bray join us as we look at some of the...
In the final days of 2019, we look back on the decade in terms of the economy, entertainment and technological change.
New data from the market research firm PitchBook shows all-female teams of tech company founders raised a record $3.3 billion from venture capitalists this year.