Botmasters have created a Kafkaesque system where companies are paying huge sums to show their ads to bots. And everyone is fine with this.
Younger people seek answers on TikTok and Instagram—Google hopes to lure them back with more visual, infinite scrolling search results.
The company’s new smart gadget uses radar to track your breathing while you sleep. It’s part of Amazon’s plan to weave its products invisibly into your life.
The cutesy robot called Astro doesn’t do much now, but the company says it’s a step toward machines that understand your habits.
The social media platform’s process for moderating spam, including bots, has been mired in secrecy—until now.
An orchestrated attack went after an independent news website and harvested swathes of Facebook user data. And nobody can stop it.
The blockchain project’s cofounder Vitalik Buterin says its recent big upgrade lays a path for more technical changes, and greater adoption.
The company is going after cryptocurrency gambling—but will that be enough to satisfy concerned streamers?
Plus: The Supreme Court in cyberspace, what’s up with Web3, and ghost town resurrections.