Amazon’s Cashierless Convenience Store Set to Open

Amazon Go, the online retailer’s cashierless convenience store, is slated to finally open to the public on Monday, after a yearlong delay during which the company trained the store’s algorithms to account properly for customers and their habits.

What If Children Should Be Getting More Screen Time?

Guidelines for using iPhones and other devices were set with TV in mind—and don’t take into account the huge range of learning and creative play that can happen on a screen.

Rocket Lab Puts Satellites in Orbit for First Time

Rocket Lab, a space-transportation startup promising frequent, economical launches on rockets featuring 3-D printed engine parts, successfully blasted its first payload into orbit from a remote New Zealand pad.

SoFi Offers CEO Spot to Twitter Executive

Anthony Noto, a top Twitter executive, is in discussions to become the next chief executive of Social Finance, as the online lender grapples with accusations of improper workplace culture.

Twitter Reveals 1,000 More Accounts Tied to Russian Propaganda Agency

The company had initially told congressional investigators it discovered more than 2,700 accounts linked to a shadowy so-called troll farm believed to have spread disinformation to sow political division among Americans.

IBM’s Growth Comes at a Cost

For IBM, a bit of growth, as it turns out, isn’t quite enough to assuage concerns about how the company gets there.

Let Me Tell You Some More About Bitcoin—Hello? Hello?

The wild virtual currency has obsessive fans and investors. Behind them are loved ones who are really, really tired of hearing about it; ‘I tune it out.’

Facebook to Rank News Sources by Quality to Battle Misinformation

Facebook plans to start ranking news sources in its feed based on user evaluations of credibility, a major step in its effort to fight false and sensationalist information that will also push the company further into a role it has long sought to avoid—content referee.

Advertising’s ‘Mad Men’ Bristle at Digital Revolution

Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s largest ad agencies, is trying to force old-school “creatives” to work more closely with new technology hires to hang on to big clients. One tool: an algorithm dubbed “Marcel” that selects teams from across the company’s sprawling operations.

Amazon’s HQ2 Losers Hold Out Hope for Consolation Prize

Amazon.com Inc.’s search for a second headquarters site disappointed 218 North American towns and cities, but many still have hopes of landing a smaller Amazon investment in a data center or warehouse.