The Democratic presidential hopeful has proposed dismantling Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon monopolies.
A law professor explains New York's probe into Apple's response to the bug and the difference between privacy and security issues under consumer-protection regulations.
A Danish government memorandum suggests that the country's carbon emissions are due to rise sharply, by as much as 10 percent between now and 2030.
Beyond the hype and hyperbole, technologies largely thought to universally empower the "voiceless" are still subject to disempowering structural inequalities.
Two of Apple's largest investors called on the tech giant to take smartphone addiction more seriously. Research shows they're right to be concerned.
Companies are increasingly using pay-for-performance to get around a $1 million federal limit on tax deductions for executive compensation.
One California lawyer thinks that the tech companies that make them should spend a whole lot of money reminding drivers of that fact.
"I think that, generally, people in the blind community are optimistic. That's even without knowing what's accessible."
Just because a net migration number is negative doesn't mean there is brain drain. A shrinking population doesn't always indicate a dying place.