Pet City: Secret Lives of Real Pets

In the post-privacy age, pet cams reveal the mystery of what Fido and Fluffy do when we’re not around.


Emails Suggest Democratic Officials Derided Bernie Sanders’s Campaign

Some of the nearly 20,000 messages, made public through WikiLeaks, show officials at the Democratic National Committee thought little of Mr. Sanders’ chances of becoming president.


Released Emails Suggest the D.N.C. Derided the Sanders Campaign

Some of the nearly 20,000 messages, made public through WikiLeaks, show officials at the Democratic National Committee thought little of Mr. Sanders’ chances of becoming president.


State of the Art: Peter Thiel’s Embrace of Trump Has Silicon Valley Squirming

A speech by the billionaire co-founder of PayPal at the Republican convention could spoil a delicate but growing relationship between tech and the G.O.P.


Twitter Bars Milo Yiannopoulos in Wake of Leslie Jones’s Reports of Abuse

The action against Mr. Yiannopoulos, a Breitbart editor, followed a campaign of prolonged abuse against the “Ghostbusters” co-star.


Twitter Bars Milo Yiannopoulos in Wake of Leslie Jones’ Reports of Abuse

The action against Mr. Yiannopoulos, a Breitbart editor, followed a campaign of prolonged abuse against the “Ghostbusters” co-star.


Twitter Bars Milo Yiannopoulos Over Torrent of Abusive Comments

The action against Mr. Yiannopoulos, a Breitbart editor, followed a campaign of prolonged abuse against the comedian Leslie Jones, a co-star in “Ghostbusters.”


Twitter Bars Milo Yiannopoulos in Crackdown on Abusive Comments

The action against Mr. Yiannopoulos followed a campaign of prolonged abuse against the comedian Leslie Jones, a co-star in “Ghostbusters.”


Google, Trying to Endear Itself to Europe, Spreads Cash Around

The company is financing a series of projects supporting European culture and education as its regulatory woes continue to compound.


Artificial Intelligence Swarms Silicon Valley on Wings and Wheels

The valley has found its next shiny new thing in A.I., and financiers and entrepreneurs are digging in with remarkable exuberance.


When Yahoo Ruled the Valley: Stories of the Original ‘Surfers’

As Yahoo puts itself on the auction block, some of its first employees revisit their youth spent building a company that defined the early web.


What Is a Constant Cycle of Violent News Doing to Us?

Nothing good. Experts suggested limiting your exposure to violent imagery and social media.


State of the Art: Live Streaming Breaks Through, and Cable News Has Much to Fear

The Philando Castile shooting and its aftermath have catapulted services like Facebook Live and Periscope into the center of the news, challenging cable to adapt.


Europe Approves New Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Deal

After years of negotiations, Europe agreed to allow thousands of companies to move digital data to the United States, though challenges still lie ahead.


The Workologist: Getting Past the First Cut With a Résumé That Grabs Digital Eyes

Employers increasingly rely on computerized systems to narrow down job candidates, so experts recommend using keywords and simple structures in résumés.


Apple’s iOS 10 Is Available for Beta Testers Who Want a Head Start

Early adopters can try the new messaging app and improved photo software, and they can help the tech giant fix problems before the full release in the fall.


Why Dieters Flock to Instagram

Instagram may have success as a dieting platform because it lets people have the level of connection — or privacy — they crave, a researcher says.


Well: Computer Vision Syndrome Affects Millions

Blurred or double vision as well as burning, itching, dryness and redness can interfere with work performance.


The Male Animal: Internet Porn Nearly Ruined His Life. Now He Wants to Help.

Alexander Rhodes, the founder of an anti-porn website, sets up shop in an abandoned church.