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Today β€” December 13th 2018Your RSS feeds

Dans les écoles françaises, la leçon du jour : à quel tweet se fier ?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

Pour combattre la désinformation et la radicalisation, la France propose l’un des plus grands efforts au monde pour apprendre aux jeunes à identifier les « fake news ».

High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

By KAREN WEISE

The city and state sent loads of data to Amazon during its search for a new headquarters, offering a peek into the valuable information the company collected during the process.

In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

To combat online misinformation and radicalization, one of the world’s largest national internet literacy efforts is teaching students how to spot junk information.

In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust?

By ADAM SATARIANO and ELIAN PELTIER

To combat online misinformation and radicalization, one of the world’s largest national internet literacy efforts is teaching students how to spot junk information.

High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

By KAREN WEISE

The city and state sent loads of data to Amazon during its search for a new headquarters, offering a peek into the valuable information the company collected during the process.

Yesterday β€” December 12th 2018Your RSS feeds

On Technology: What Happens When Facebook Goes the Way of Myspace?

By JOHN HERRMAN

If the past teaches us anything, it will happen one day. In fact, the process might have already started.

The Shift: Is Tech Too Easy to Use?

By KEVIN ROOSE

The tech industry’s obsession with “frictionless” design has been the source of innumerable problems.

The Shift: Is Tech Too Easy to Use?

By KEVIN ROOSE

The tech industry’s obsession with “frictionless” design has been the source of innumerable problems.

Fixes: Making a Difference in 2018

By TINA ROSENBERG

Even during a year of division and fear of the future in many corners of America, the Fixes column found people trying to make things better — and succeeding.

Before yesterdayYour RSS feeds

Amazon’s Homegrown Chips Threaten Silicon Valley Giant Intel

By CADE METZ

The retailer is now making its own server chips. It’s the latest sign that big internet outfits are willing to cut out longtime suppliers.

Evelyn Berezin, 93, Dies; Built the First True Word Processor

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN

Her device freed secretaries from the typewriter. But as word processing became ubiquitous, it helped eliminate their jobs.

Evelyn Berezin, 93, Dies; Built the First True Word Processor

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN

Her device freed secretaries from the typewriter. But as word processing became ubiquitous, it helped eliminate their jobs.

Is Screen Time Bad for Kids’ Brains?

By BENEDICT CAREY

A study featured on “60 Minutes” is sure to alarm parents. Here’s what scientists know, and don’t know, about the link between screens, behavior, and development.

Is Screen Time Bad for Kids’ Brains?

By BENEDICT CAREY

A study featured on “60 Minutes” is sure to alarm parents. Here’s what scientists know, and don’t know, about the link between screens, behavior, and development.

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