Brazilian engineer Luiz André Barroso, who ripped up the rulebook at Google, has died. His radical ideas for data centers laid the foundations for cloud computing.
An experimental AI assistant called Auto-GPT can use the web to solve problems. When the automated helper works, it can feel like the future.
A historic antitrust trial sees Google accused of unlawfully monopolizing search. A handful of antitrust activists are trying to make sure the world sees all the action.
Tesla isn’t involved in the strike at Detroit’s Big Three automakers. But the EV maker and its irrepressible CEO had plenty to do with why the walkouts happened.
US-based Palantir is favored to win a $595 million NHS contract, but activists and doctors worry about its controversial ties to cofounder Peter Thiel, the military, and US border control.
Journalist and author Paul Tough tells us about what’s driving rising tuition fees, lower enrollment, and the myth of college as an equalizer in the US.
Move over, Siri. Startups are using the technology behind ChatGPT to build more capable AI agents that can control your computer and access the web to get things done—with sometimes chaotic results.
TikTok Shop, which launched in the US last week, is littered with impossibly cheap—and fake—products. Snail slime is just the beginning.
When it went public in 2021, Babylon Health was valued at over $4 billion. Now it has declared bankruptcy. Insiders say it could never live up to its hype.