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The departures of Visa, Mastercard, and three others mean that more than ever, Libra is Facebook’s cryptocurrency project.
Partially government-owned Türk Telekom restricted access to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and WhatsApp for about 48 hours as Turkey attacked the Kurds.
On Saturday, the best marathoner on Earth could make history on a straight, flat course, aided by controversial shoes and a phalanx of 41 pacers.
The new reality is all too clear and corrosive: The world is a ceaseless battle for dominance in which you take advantage of anyone foolish enough to trust you.
From New York City to Portland, Oregon, officials consider regulating how government and private businesses deploy the technology.
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Tern’s folding, electric commuter bikes have gotten even better.
That may sound like "time travel" but its not.
Webby founder and filmmaker Tiffany Shlain joins us to talk about her weekly tech Shabbat, a day in which her family abstains from modern technology.