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Today β€” July 21st 2018NYT Technology

Shonda Rhimes Describes Her Grand Netflix Ambitions

By JOHN KOBLIN

The star producer reveals the eight shows she plans to make for the streaming service, which wooed her away from ABC with a nine-figure deal.

Yesterday β€” July 20th 2018NYT Technology

After a Fiasco, California Aims Again at Remaking the Power Grid

By IVAN PENN

Two decades ago, a new approach to power delivery led to blackouts. Now the state is considering another energy makeover: a regional electric grid.

Bits: The Week in Tech: A Doozy of a Week for Industry Bosses

By NELLIE BOWLES

Elon Musk apologized for calling a Thailand cave diving rescuer a pedophile, while Mark Zuckerberg was tongue-tied by Holocaust deniers.

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

By SCOTT REYBURN

Christie’s inaugural Art & Tech Summit in London showed what blockchain can (and can’t) do for the market.

Tech Tip: How to Yank Passwords Out of Firefox Quantum

By J. D. BIERSDORFER

Mozilla’s overhaul of its flagship browser is incompatible with certain add-ons, but you can still rescue your saved passwords with a little extra effort.

G.E. Announces Progress on Cost-Cutting, but Risks Still Lurk

By STEVE LOHR

The company, which reported a 30 percent decline in net profit to $615 million, has set about shrinking its business to focus on three major operations.

Pave Over the Subway? Cities Face Tough Bets on Driverless Cars

By EMILY BADGER

Transit advocates fear that unrealistic hopes for new technology — and how soon it’ll get here — could lead cities down the wrong path.

Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Sued in U.S. Ahead of I.P.O.

By RAYMOND ZHONG

As it prepares to list shares on the Nasdaq, the fast-growing online marketplace has been hit by a complaint that it allows sales of knockoff diapers.

State of the Art: What Stays on Facebook and What Goes? The Social Network Cannot Answer

By FARHAD MANJOO

Asked about the kind of content Facebook keeps up and the kind it removes, company executives from Mark Zuckerberg on down have been comically tripped up in their responses.

Microsoft Emerges as Clear No. 2 in Cloud Computing

By STEVE LOHR

The cloud computing market is booming, but companies are leery of relying on one tech giant. That is helping Microsoft.

Before yesterdayNYT Technology

U.S.-Funded Broadcaster Directed Ads to Americans

By KEVIN ROOSE

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is mostly restricted by law from promoting its content in the United States except on request.

Trump Bashes E.U. Over $5.1 Billion Fine for Google

By PRASHANT S. RAO

President Trump has repeatedly criticized the European Union for what he insists are its unfair trading practices.

Tech Tip: How to Convert Photo Files in Bulk

By J. D. BIERSDORFER

If the thought of saving a huge folder of photo files in a different format makes you tired, perk up. You can do them all at once, and you may not even need expensive software.

New York City Looks to Crack Down on Airbnb Amid Housing Crisis

By ZOE GREENBERG

The City Council voted unanimously to significantly regulate Airbnb and its peers, taking aim at landlords renting apartments a few nights at a time.

Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence

By SHEERA FRENKEL

Critics say the company has not done enough to block false posts that have led to attacks in countries including Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India.

Elon Musk Walks Back β€˜Pedo Guy’ Attack on Thai Cave Diver

By MIHIR ZAVERI

The tech billionaire had faced mounting criticism from investors for calling the British diver a pedophile after the man criticized Mr. Musk’s submarine.

Mark Zuckerberg Seeks to Clarify Remarks About Holocaust Deniers After Outcry

By KAREN ZRAICK

Facebook’s chief executive had said in an interview that false and “deeply offensive” conspiracy theories alone were not enough to get someone barred from the site.

Tech Fix: The Benefits (and Limits) of Using Tech to Plan a Wedding

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Our newly engaged tech columnist tried to use tech to plan his wedding. He was immediately overwhelmed by the complexity of the process.

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