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The tech billionaire, who grew up in San Francisco, strongly supports a ballot measure that would tax companies with more than $50 million in revenue to add funding to help address San Francisco's homeless problem. » Read More
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The Territory is the first of an "onslaught" of new vehicles Ford is releasing in China to refresh an aging product line.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai addressed reports of the company working on a censored search app for China by saying that the tech giant found that it could "serve well over 99 percent of queries."
The committee raised just over $2 million from July through late September. It also received eye-popping contributions from longtime Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz, who gave $50,000, and United States Steel Corp. donated $100,000.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey has an idea about how to fix the filter bubble problem.
When a Wired reporter confronted YouTube's Susan Wojcicki about the bad video search results for her own name, she responded that the company was "working on it."
Scooters are back in San Francisco, with the winners of San Francisco's permit program, Scoot and Skip, deploying their vehicles in the city on Monday.
Instagram's former CEO Kevin Systrom spoke publicly for the first time since leaving the company last month, saying "no one ever leaves a job because everything's awesome."
Coinbase has opened a new office in Dublin as part of a contingency plan to continue to have access to the European Union post-Brexit.
Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene is the latest Silicon Valley leader to drop out of the high-profile Saudi Arabian conference dubbed "Davos in the Desert."
Shares of Twilio fell more than 4 percent in extended trading after the announcement.
A report from the pro-government Turkish newspaper Sabah said journalist Jamal Khashoggi used an Apple Watch to record audio of his alleged killing inside the Saudi consulate, but it would've been nearly impossible to do.
Parker, who founded Napster as well, said "it feels somewhat unsatisfying to constantly make products for teenage girls" and was especially worried about the impact of his consumer internet products on society.
Technology stocks' painful sell-off dragged into another session on Monday. Here's what three market watchers expect from the sector after recent weakness.
"I think social media is increasing, unfortunately, identity politics, tribalism," Bezos said.
At the Wired 25th anniversary summit, a panel of health-care experts shared some advice for Atul Gawande, CEO of the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan health venture.