What a week! Google kept us busy with aout of its annual I/O developers conference. A Facebook co-founder made a the social network, and And Jeff Bezos unveiled the and Blue Origin’s plans for huge space colonies.
And that’s just scratching the surface. Here are the stories you don’t want to miss:
A warehouse worker told her manager she was pregnant. Less than two months later, she was fired. Several lawsuits against Amazon show a similar pattern.
Some South Texans say they’d rather live with constant surveillance by Border Patrol than a physical barrier.
After three years, the voice-activated helper gets its biggest update yet. And it shows just how much Google already knows about you.
Critics want Instagram and WhatsApp to split from Facebook. We break down how that might happen.
You can delete voice recordings so Amazon can’t listen to your conversations with Alexa anymore, but text records are a different story.
Dueling commentary: Fan expectations are pegging the world’s biggest show to become the world’s biggest bummer.
Exclusive: While we wait for the technology to show up in smartglasses, Google is making AR a lot more useful for phones.
At Tribeca Immersive, we tried the VR, AR and everything in between, from possessed porcelain dolls to fuzzy alien pets. Here’s how you can catch them too.
The search for extraterrestrial intelligence is the stuff of science fiction, but it turns out the real scientists are invested too.