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Europe’s Margrethe Vestager Takes a Rare Step Toward Big Tech

The E.U.’s top antitrust regulator ordered Broadcom to halt specific practices while the bloc investigates possible anticompetitive activity.
This Is the Free Jumpsuit You’ll Get With a $250,000 Ticket to Space

This Is the Free Jumpsuit You’ll Get With a $250,000 Ticket to Space

Virgin Galactic’s space tourists will wear the outfits, which would look at home on the bridge of the starship Enterprise.
Save Some Popcorn for the Deal-Making Behind TV

Save Some Popcorn for the Deal-Making Behind TV

Media companies merged to take on tech, and tech giants are producing media. Edmund Lee, a media reporter, has his eyes on what comes next.
Huawei Reports Stronger Sales Growth

Huawei Reports Stronger Sales Growth

A recovery in quarterly revenue suggests that the Chinese tech giant is weathering the Trump administration’s efforts to hobble it.
Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch

Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch

After a “painful” earnings report, the advertising company Publicis trotted out what it knows about consumers in its “most important pitch of the year.”
Twitter Stands by Trump Amid Calls to Terminate His Account

Twitter Stands by Trump Amid Calls to Terminate His Account

Twitter said it would keep President Trump’s account live, despite pressure from Democrats to delete it.
The Reason Your Photos Are About to Get a Lot Better

The Reason Your Photos Are About to Get a Lot Better

Google’s Pixel 4 is the newest example of how computational photography is driving the future of phone cameras.
If a Robotic Hand Solves a Rubik’s Cube, Does It Prove Something?

If a Robotic Hand Solves a Rubik’s Cube, Does It Prove Something?

A five-fingered feat could show important progress in A.I. research. It is also a stunt.
ABC Apologizes for Showing Video From U.S. Gun Range in Report on Syria

ABC Apologizes for Showing Video From U.S. Gun Range in Report on Syria

The video appeared in a report on Turkish attacks in northern Syria. ABC News did not specify how the error had occurred.
AMC Theater Chain Gets Into Streaming With On-Demand Movies

AMC Theater Chain Gets Into Streaming With On-Demand Movies

AMC Entertainment dominates the cineplex business. Now it also wants to be a major player in home viewing.
Uber’s Layoff Total Rises Past 1,000 With Latest Cuts

Uber’s Layoff Total Rises Past 1,000 With Latest Cuts

A third round targeted 350 workers on Monday as the company struggles to reduce costs.
Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.
Warren Dares Facebook With Intentionally False Political Ad

Warren Dares Facebook With Intentionally False Political Ad

The Democratic presidential candidate bought the ad to goad Facebook into removing misinformation in political ads, escalating her feud with the social network.

China’s Political Correctness: One Country, No Arguments

The Communist Party has spent decades preparing the people to defend a united homeland. Hong Kong’s protests show it has paid off.

Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Faces Exodus of Partners

Stripe, Mastercard, Visa and eBay said they were dropping out of the effort, a week after PayPal pulled out.
Does Your Toothbrush Have an App Yet?

Does Your Toothbrush Have an App Yet?

New technology is creating some excitement in the formerly ho-hum world of dental care.

Netflix Goes All Out to Wow Children as Streaming Wars Intensify

Faced with new competition like Disney Plus, the streaming service has quietly prepared a barrage of shows and movies for children and families.
Uber Acquires Cornershop, a Grocery Delivery Start-Up

Uber Acquires Cornershop, a Grocery Delivery Start-Up

Although the growth of its core business has slowed, Uber is building its food and freight delivery services, among other ambitions.
The Week in Tech: Navigating the Chinese Minefield

The Week in Tech: Navigating the Chinese Minefield

American tech companies want access to customers in China. But they’re learning that can come with a lot of baggage.
Apple Removes App That Helps Hong Kong Protesters Track the Police

Apple Removes App That Helps Hong Kong Protesters Track the Police

Apple said it was removing the HKmap.live app, which was criticized by Chinese state media, because the Hong Kong authorities said protesters used it to attack the police.