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The Instacart strike, explained
Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us. Workers for Instacart, one of the most popular ...
The people running the world’s biggest companies have no idea what’s going to happen, either
We know the coronavirus pandemic is bad. We know it is wreaking havoc on the world’s health and the world’s economy. Beyond ...
This social network for churches is thriving in the coronavirus pandemic
Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us. For years, Pray.com has sought to be an all-in ...
Tech giants should give away their money instead of their products
Tech giants over just the last week have announced more than $1 billion in relief for those harmed by the Covid-19 ...
The grim ethical dilemma of rationing medical care, explained
Evidence-based explanations of the coronavirus crisis, from how it started to how it might end to how to protect yourself and ...
Amazon says it unintentionally hid some competitors’ faster delivery options
Amazon surprised millions of customers last weekend when it confirmed it had pushed back delivery of many nonessential items ...
Mark Zuckerberg is teaming up with Bill Gates to try to find a drug to treat coronavirus
Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us. Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan ...
“This one is scarier”: Obama-era officials say current economic crisis is fundamentally different from 2008
The Great Recession in 2008 was supposed to be a once-in-a-generation economic calamity. Just 12 years later, the United ...
Like it or not, tech companies can use your phone location data to map social distancing
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, businesses from Ford to Facebook have offered up their services, money, and face mask ...
A Silicon Valley firm said it could help investors get “expedited” coronavirus tests — but then said it misspoke
Not all Americans have equal access to testing for the coronavirus. And not all Americans even have equal information about ...
Netflix went down for an hour for some users
Netflix, which has nearly 170 million customers around the world, says some of those customers couldn’t use its service today ...
The pandemic could get Silicon Valley to do something it has rarely done: Give money to local charities
The coronavirus pandemic isn’t just testing Silicon Valley’s willingness to give to charities. It is testing Silicon Valley’s ...