Technology

Twitter Makes Money for First Time Ever, but Problems Remain
Another Former Employee Sues Google Over Issues of Diversity
Insiders: Russia Troll Farm Even Zanier Than Indictment Says

Top Story

Another Former Employee Sues Google Over Issues of Diversity

Twitter Makes Money for First Time Ever, but Problems Remain

Another former Google employee is suing the tech company over issues of diversity.

U.S. Doing Little to Combat Russia Meddling in Next Elections

U.S. Doing Little to Combat Russia Meddling in Next Elections

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Feb 22
The Russians are going to try it again. Even President Donald Trump's intelligence chiefs say so. But with congressional primaries just two weeks away, the U.S. has done little to combat Russian election meddling .

Maduro: Digital Currency Puts Venezuela on Tech Vanguard

Maduro: Digital Currency Puts Venezuela on Tech Vanguard

By Scott Smith and Christine Armario | Feb 21
Cash-strapped Venezuela on Tuesday became the first country to launch its own version of bitcoin, a move President Nicolas Maduro celebrated as putting his country on the world's technological forefront.

Study Cited for Blaming Autism on TV Cartoon Does Not Exist

Study Cited for Blaming Autism on TV Cartoon Does Not Exist

By Seth Borenstein | Feb 20
There is no Harvard study that says a British children's television cartoon causes autism, despite what a social media post claims.

Ex-workers at Russian 'Troll Factory' Trust U.S. Indictment

Ex-workers at Russian 'Troll Factory' Trust U.S. Indictment

By Naira Davlashyan and Irina Titova | Feb 20
The aim of the factory's work was either to influence voters or to undermine their faith in the U.S. political system, the 37-page indictment states.

Facebook to Verify Ads with Postcards After Russian Meddling

Facebook to Verify Ads with Postcards After Russian Meddling

Feb 19
Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.