Teen Girls And Their Moms Get Candid About Phones And Social Media
About half of all teens say they’ve tried to cut back on their phone use. But one of the girls we spoke with says that’s hard when “it’s obviously designed to be addictive.”
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By ED SHANAHAN
The company said that expanding its existing operations in Manhattan would allow it to double its local work force over a decade.
By KATE CONGER
Workers at tech companies like Amazon are starting to use the stock grants that they were paid to turn the tables on their employers.
By JACK NICAS
The company said it would update the software of iPhones in China to try to resolve a legal dispute that threatens to block certain iPhone sales there.
Facebook Says Some Users’ Private Photos Were Accidentally Shared With Developers
In September, a Facebook “bug” allowed developers to access images people shared with friends on Facebook Stories — or images users had not even posted. Up to 6.8 million users may have been affected.
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By MIKE ISAAC
The announcement is the latest in a string of problems the social network has had with consumer data.
By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI
Silicon Valley and Washington operate in their own bubbles. Is there any hope of tech executives and lawmakers understanding one another?
By ELIAN PELTIER and ADAM SATARIANO
Away from the street protests, demonstrators have built thriving communities in Facebook Groups, which are helping to fuel the Yellow Vests.
By JACK NICAS and KAREN WEISE
Amazon and Google are aggressively opening offices outside of their Silicon Valley and Seattle hometowns. On Thursday, Apple said it would invest $1 billion in Austin, Tex.
By KEVIN ROOSE
To many YouTubers, the video felt like evidence that YouTube the company was snubbing YouTube the community.