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Digidog, a Robotic Dog Used by the Police, Stirs Privacy Concerns

The company, which calls the robot dog Spot, began selling it last June. Most

Why Plus Is a Minus When Naming Your Streaming Site

Several professional brand namers — the naming industry has exploded from a handful of

How One State Managed to Actually Write Rules on Facial Recognition

A bill passed by the Democrat-controlled legislature banned almost all government use of facial

Amazon Moves From Film Industry’s Margins to the Mainstream

“Those movies all kept coming out as No. 1,” said Ms. Salke, referring to

F.C.C. Approves a $50 Monthly High-Speed Internet Subsidy

“This is a program that will help those at risk of digital disconnection,” Ms.

Twitter Shakes Off the Cobwebs With New Product Plans

It also revamped its network, which had largely been built during Twitter’s early days,

The long, painful path of net neutrality

What happens next? Probably more states will follow California in pressing for their own

Can Clubhouse Move Fast Without Breaking Things?

From the start, there were signs that Clubhouse was speed-running the platform life cycle.

What Kind of Plane Am I Flying On?

Mr. Kelly, of The Points Guy, explains on his site that anyone can check

A Critic of Technology Turns Her Gaze Inward

In the spring of 1977, when Sherry Turkle was a young professor at the