Facebook’s “Pride button” appears to be rolling out in a way that is culturally sensitive to bigots

Facebook’s “Pride button” appears to be rolling out in a way that is culturally sensitive to bigots

Earlier in June, Facebook launched a set of features to celebrate Pride month, including the option to react to posts with a rainbow flag in…

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MIT and Google researchers have made AI that can link sound, sight, and text to understand the world

If we ever want future robots to do our bidding, they’ll have to understand the world around them in a complete way—if a robot hears…

The US government says you shouldn’t be forced use special characters in your passwords

It might be getting easier to remember all of your passwords. The standards organization of the United States, NIST, has concluded that many common requirements…

Mark Zuckerberg just sold $42.5 million of Facebook stock

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, sold $42.5 million worth of his company’s stock last week. The transactions were executed on June 21 and 22 and…

Glastonbury 2017: Saturday evening with Katy Perry, Solange and Foo Fighters – follow it live!

Perry pop does its best to banish the grey skies, Stormzy and Solange up the tempo, and Foo Fighters come to do the headline set they should have done two years ago 7.38pm BST And it looks like he broke his promise to check out a...

How Google’s Chrome plans will impact publishers, ad blockers, and the web

GUEST: I’ve spent the last two years fighting in the ad-block trenches, so I’ve gotten lots of questions about Google’s recent announcement that new Chrome ad blocking options are on the way and what that means for publishers, ad...