- Why Is New TV So Much Like Cable?by Shira Ovide on 12 May 2021 at 01:55
The standard business practices developing around streaming entertainment are rotten and need to change.
- How the Colonial Pipeline Became a Vital Artery for Fuelby Clifford Krauss on 12 May 2021 at 00:38
Reliance on the pipeline has grown as rising domestic production of oil and gas has led to reduced refining capacity in the Northeast.
- Semiconductor Makers and Users Form a Group to Push for Chip Fundingby Thomas Kaplan on 11 May 2021 at 20:05
The new coalition comes amid a global semiconductor shortage that has caused disruptions throughout the economy.
- Hacked Pipeline May Stay Shut for Days, Raising Concerns About Fuel Supplyby Clifford Krauss on 11 May 2021 at 18:14
While the impact has been limited so far, some energy analysts warned of possible shortages and higher prices as the suspension continues.
- Cyberattack Forces a Shutdown of a Top U.S. Pipelineby David E. Sanger, Clifford Krauss and Nicole Perlroth on 11 May 2021 at 18:14
The operator, Colonial Pipeline, said it had halted systems for its 5,500 miles of pipeline after being hit by a ransomware attack.
- Feeling Stuck on Twitter and Facebook? So Is Everyone Else.by John Herrman on 11 May 2021 at 17:24
Our complicated relationship with social media might be simpler than it feels. Just remember how it started.
- When It Comes to Taxes, Being Tracked Can Be a Good Thingby Paul Sullivan on 11 May 2021 at 09:00
With remote work more common now, tax apps that track your location have become relevant for professionals who want to work wherever they want to live.
- FBI Confirms DarkSide as Colonial Pipeline Hackerby David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth on 11 May 2021 at 00:59
The attack by DarkSide, a relatively new criminal group believed to have roots in Eastern Europe, exposed the remarkable vulnerability of key American infrastructure.
- NASA Mars Helicopter Makes One-Way Flight to New Missionby Kenneth Chang on 10 May 2021 at 21:29
Ingenuity has flown almost flawlessly through the red planet’s thin air and will now assist the science mission of the Perseverance rover.
- Stay Safe From App Trackingby Shira Ovide on 10 May 2021 at 19:23
What we can learn from Apple’s privacy labels, and how we can better protect our information.
- Dozens of state prosecutors tell Facebook to stop its plans for a children’s version of Instagram.by Cecilia Kang on 10 May 2021 at 19:14
“Without a doubt, this is a dangerous idea that risks the safety of our children and puts them directly in harm’s way,” Letitia James, New York’s attorney general said in a statement.
- What to Do If Your Car is Recalledby Norman Mayersohn on 9 May 2021 at 23:28
Recalls are common, but receiving a notice can still be unnerving. Here’s what to expect.
- As Scrutiny of Cryptocurrency Grows, the Industry Turns to K Streetby Eric Lipton on 9 May 2021 at 23:08
Companies behind digital currencies are rushing to hire well-connected lobbyists, lawyers and consultants as the battle over how to regulate them intensifies.
- Online Cheating Charges Upend Dartmouth Medical Schoolby Natasha Singer and Aaron Krolik on 9 May 2021 at 07:00
The university accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus.
- The Separate Worlds of Bill and Melinda Gatesby Nicholas Kulish, Rebecca R. Ruiz and David Gelles on 8 May 2021 at 09:00
They built an empire that was essential in the pandemic. Now, their impending divorce makes personal a shift that confidants say was well underway in their philanthropic roles.
- Seeing the Real Faces of Silicon Valleyon 8 May 2021 at 07:00
For many midlevel engineers and food truck workers and longtime residents, a region filled with extremes has become increasingly inhospitable.
- Why a Shortage Has Made Computer Chips the New Toilet Paperby Shira Ovide on 8 May 2021 at 00:19
- You Can Run From Archaeology, but You Can’t Hideby Alan Burdick on 7 May 2021 at 15:58
Plus: A plummeting rocket, a superstar ant, staff recommendations and more in the Friday edition of the Science Times newsletter.
- Will Songwriting Survive Streaming? Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus Is Worried.by Ben Sisario on 7 May 2021 at 14:13
One of pop’s most successful songwriters on fighting for the value of his craft, and on the young talents he admires most.
- Despite Chip Shortage, Chip Innovation Is Boomingby Don Clark on 7 May 2021 at 09:00
While a variety of industries struggle with supplies, semiconductor experts say there are plenty of new ideas and, most surprising, start-ups.