Matt Richtel The New York Times


'Matt Richtel The New York Times' - 14 News Result(s)

  • A Law Enforcement Surveillance Tool That Tracks Phones? Shhh! It's Secret

    A Law Enforcement Surveillance Tool That Tracks Phones? Shhh! It's Secret

    Any disclosure about the technology, could allow criminals and terrorists to circumvent it, the FBI has said in an affidavit.

  • For Tech Titans, Sharing Has Its Limits

    For Tech Titans, Sharing Has Its Limits

    NDAs are being required of anyone associated with the homes of a small but growing number of tech executives.

  • Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber

    Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber

    Drivers for Uber and competitors to make money must respond nearly instantly to their smartphones.

  • Intimacy on the Web, with a crowd

    Intimacy on the Web, with a crowd

    With piracy fast-eroding the pornography industry's profits, 'live cams' have become a lucrative alternative that's also safer for the models.

  • I was discovered by an algorithm

    I was discovered by an algorithm

    Growing numbers of academics and entrepreneurs are applying Big Data to human resources and the search for talent, creating a field called workforce science.

  • High-tech sports goggles: Vital data, or too much info?

    High-tech sports goggles: Vital data, or too much info?

    The goggles made by Oakley, have a display in the lens that shows changing speed and altitude, and can display incoming text messages.

  • In search engine results, a peek at what we wonder

    In search engine results, a peek at what we wonder

    There are the questions you ask friends, family and close confidants. And then there are the questions you ask the Internet.

  • Silicon Valley worries about addiction to devices

    Silicon Valley worries about addiction to devices

    In a place where technology is seen as an all-powerful answer, it is increasingly being seen as too powerful, even addictive.

  • E-mail gets an instant makeover

    E-mail gets an instant makeover

    Signs you're an old fogey: You still watch movies on a VCR, listen to vinyl records and shoot photos on film. And you enjoy using e-mail.Young people, of course, much prefer online chats and text messages. These have been on...

  • E-mail's big demographic divide

    E-mail's big demographic divide

    In an article in Tuesday's Times, I wrote about the changing status of e-mail. Once it was cool to merely have an e-mail account (or several), but many young people now think of it as old school, and much prefer...

  • Young, in love and even sharing a password

    Young, in love and even sharing a password

    Young couples have long signalled their devotion to each other by various means - the gift of a letterman jacket, or an exchange of class rings or ID bracelets. Best friends share locker combinations.

  • Now, to find a parking spot, drivers look on their phones

    Now, to find a parking spot, drivers look on their phones

    It is the urban driver's most agonizing everyday experience: the search for an empty parking place.It is part sleuthing and part blood sport. Circling, narrowly missing a spot, outmaneuvering other motorists to finally ease into a space only to discover that it is off limits during working hours. In this city, it is also a vexing traffic problem. D...

  • E-mail's big demographic divide

    E-mail's big demographic divide

    In an article in Tuesday's Times, I wrote about the changing status of e-mail. Once it was cool to merely have an e-mail account (or several), but many young people now think of it as old school, and much prefer the zip of texting, instant messaging and social networks. (Read: E-mail gets an instant makeover)Indeed, a deeper look at the statistics ...

  • E-mail gets an instant makeover

    E-mail gets an instant makeover

    Signs you're an old fogey: You still watch movies on a VCR, listen to vinyl records and shoot photos on film. And you enjoy using e-mail.Young people, of course, much prefer online chats and text messages. These have been on the rise for years but are now threatening to eclipse e-mail, much as they have already superseded phone calls.Major Internet...

'Matt Richtel The New York Times' - 14 News Result(s)

  • A Law Enforcement Surveillance Tool That Tracks Phones? Shhh! It's Secret

    A Law Enforcement Surveillance Tool That Tracks Phones? Shhh! It's Secret

    Any disclosure about the technology, could allow criminals and terrorists to circumvent it, the FBI has said in an affidavit.

  • For Tech Titans, Sharing Has Its Limits

    For Tech Titans, Sharing Has Its Limits

    NDAs are being required of anyone associated with the homes of a small but growing number of tech executives.

  • Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber

    Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber

    Drivers for Uber and competitors to make money must respond nearly instantly to their smartphones.

  • Intimacy on the Web, with a crowd

    Intimacy on the Web, with a crowd

    With piracy fast-eroding the pornography industry's profits, 'live cams' have become a lucrative alternative that's also safer for the models.

  • I was discovered by an algorithm

    I was discovered by an algorithm

    Growing numbers of academics and entrepreneurs are applying Big Data to human resources and the search for talent, creating a field called workforce science.

  • High-tech sports goggles: Vital data, or too much info?

    High-tech sports goggles: Vital data, or too much info?

    The goggles made by Oakley, have a display in the lens that shows changing speed and altitude, and can display incoming text messages.

  • In search engine results, a peek at what we wonder

    In search engine results, a peek at what we wonder

    There are the questions you ask friends, family and close confidants. And then there are the questions you ask the Internet.

  • Silicon Valley worries about addiction to devices

    Silicon Valley worries about addiction to devices

    In a place where technology is seen as an all-powerful answer, it is increasingly being seen as too powerful, even addictive.

  • E-mail gets an instant makeover

    E-mail gets an instant makeover

    Signs you're an old fogey: You still watch movies on a VCR, listen to vinyl records and shoot photos on film. And you enjoy using e-mail.Young people, of course, much prefer online chats and text messages. These have been on...

  • E-mail's big demographic divide

    E-mail's big demographic divide

    In an article in Tuesday's Times, I wrote about the changing status of e-mail. Once it was cool to merely have an e-mail account (or several), but many young people now think of it as old school, and much prefer...

  • Young, in love and even sharing a password

    Young, in love and even sharing a password

    Young couples have long signalled their devotion to each other by various means - the gift of a letterman jacket, or an exchange of class rings or ID bracelets. Best friends share locker combinations.

  • Now, to find a parking spot, drivers look on their phones

    Now, to find a parking spot, drivers look on their phones

    It is the urban driver's most agonizing everyday experience: the search for an empty parking place.It is part sleuthing and part blood sport. Circling, narrowly missing a spot, outmaneuvering other motorists to finally ease into a space only to discover that it is off limits during working hours. In this city, it is also a vexing traffic problem. D...

  • E-mail's big demographic divide

    E-mail's big demographic divide

    In an article in Tuesday's Times, I wrote about the changing status of e-mail. Once it was cool to merely have an e-mail account (or several), but many young people now think of it as old school, and much prefer the zip of texting, instant messaging and social networks. (Read: E-mail gets an instant makeover)Indeed, a deeper look at the statistics ...

  • E-mail gets an instant makeover

    E-mail gets an instant makeover

    Signs you're an old fogey: You still watch movies on a VCR, listen to vinyl records and shoot photos on film. And you enjoy using e-mail.Young people, of course, much prefer online chats and text messages. These have been on the rise for years but are now threatening to eclipse e-mail, much as they have already superseded phone calls.Major Internet...

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