Edward Ongweso Jr
Edward Ongweso Jr is a staff writer at Motherboard, where he covers labor, crypto, and Silicon Valley.
The pledge by the Spot manufacturer and other companies leaves open questions on how we can prevent a world overrun with killer robots.
Over the past few months, companies have been ramping up their anti-union activities amid a swell of labor organizing.
The Legal Aid Society collected records from Freedom of Information requests, criminal cases, and more, and made them easy to search.
Musk floated the idea to give Crimea to Russia in a tweet that earned him a "fuck off" from a Ukrainian diplomat and praise from Putin's spokesperson.
Investors and traders have pushed down share prices and pushed up credit default swap prices over the past few days.
Hordes of wealthy and prominent figures acted like Musk's typical reply guys, all clamoring for the chance to get in on his Twitter deal.
"We shouldn't be having nicer pop-ups; we should just not have any pop-ups whatsoever," the researcher behind the tool said.
A heist thriller about taking the fight for a better future seriously, the film is urgent and affecting.
Right-wing pundits, landlords, and tech executives all believe they can prove we are amid a crime wave with just one more video.
Superintelligent AI is "likely" to cause an existential catastrophe for humanity, according to a new paper, but we don't have to wait to rein in algorithms.
This year the iPhone will look and feel slightly different than previous versions.
The FTC has scrutinized numerous Amazon purchases and launched antitrust probes into the company's operations since Khan took charge of the agency.