Technology

When the Tools of the Trade Are the Keyboard and Mouse

Daisuke Wakabayashi, a tech reporter for The New York Times, taking notes. He sometimes switches to handwritten notes to avoid…

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Chief of Apple Stores Is Leaving After 5 Years in the Job

Angela Ahrendts, formerly the chief executive of Burberry, said Tuesday that she will step down as Apple’s retail chief in…

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Snap Stems the Flood of Users Leaving Its App

Snap’s daily active users totaled 186 million in the fourth quarter, the same as the previous quarter and down just…

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Making New Drugs With a Dose of Artificial Intelligence

CreditCreditT.M. Detwiler SAN FRANCISCO — You can think of it as a World Cup of biochemical research. Every two years,…

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Slack Files for Public Offering, Joining Silicon Valley’s Stock Market Rush

Stewart Butterfield, Slack’s chief executive, has long indicated that he planned to take the company public.CreditCreditBeck Diefenbach/Reuters SAN FRANCISCO —…

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Behind Tech’s Shine, Some Warnings Signs Appear

CreditCreditJohn Hersey SAN FRANCISCO — Don’t look now: Storm clouds are gathering over tech. Chinese consumers have pulled back their…

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Net Neutrality Repeal at Stake as Key Court Case Starts

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, supported the rolling back of regulations adopted under the Obama administration….

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Key Court Fight to Restore Net Neutrality Kicks Off

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, supported the rolling back of regulations adopted under the Obama administration….

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Amazon’s Sales Growth Slows, Even as Cloud Business Stays Hot

Amazon reported that its retail sales and services revenue grew 17 percent, to almost $65 billion globally, in the latest…

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Apple Shows Facebook Who Has the Power in an App Dispute

Timothy D. Cook, the chief executive of Apple, which said Facebook had broken its rules by publicly distributing a research…

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