Sam Altman and friends have already threatened to pull out of markets that regulate them too closely.
With hardware heading to near-irrelevance, regulators are right to focus on the decades-long appeal of the most popular games.
The panel was initially dismissed as a publicity stunt, but new EU internet rules requiring greater scrutiny could provide a broader raison d’etre.
Just as everyone seems to be tiring of the metaverse, Steve Jobs’ successor comes up with the company’s first mixed-reality headset.
The only thing more stressful than working under Elon Musk may be working over him.
A project to reimagine the skies could make the UK a world leader in drone adoption. But only if the public comes around.
San Francisco’s fiercest startup rivalry is over. But Uber can’t win without its main competitor.
The Jack Dorsey-backed social networking app is big on aspiration, but lacking in detail.
While other Big Tech firms buckle down on efficiency, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella gets license to go full steam ahead. It’s all thanks to AI.
The UK has blocked the company’s acquisition of Activision. It’s a blow but no disaster.
Most AI will keep relying heavily on the human in the loop to provide instruction, refine outputs and push the technology to new directions.
The demand to pay for verified status on the platform poses a dilemma for media organizations. But they shouldn’t feed the troll.
Publishing third parties’ creations is a humbling but necessary step toward growth.
Twitter’s owner is creating a place where the loudest and roughest inhabitants set the tone and his dog’s the CEO. That’s a hard sell for businesses.