The biggest culprit was Amazon hefty investment in the electric automaker Rivian, whose value plummeted last year. Amazon also contends with the need to recalibrate after a pandemic-era upsurge.
The hit video app is facing an existential crisis, and it is hoping promoting its reorganization will help convince Americans that it is independent from its Chinese owner.
Computers traditionally excel at rocketry, so why do new artificial intelligence programs get it wrong?
Phone and electric car batteries are made with cobalt mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Cobalt Red author Siddharth Kara describes the conditions for workers as a "horror show."
Researchers have identified a large network pushing pro-Russian themes and messages to French-speaking audiences around Africa, amid long-running efforts by Russia to gain influence in the region.
The round, silver capsule — measuring roughly a quarter of an inch wide by a third of an inch tall — is believed to have been lost somewhere along the road in Western Australia.
TikTok has been under scrutiny in recent years about its privacy and security practices and its effect on young people's mental health. Various bans of the app have been enacted across the country.
The Department of Energy allowed a taxpayer-funded breakthrough in batteries to transfer overseas with little oversight
NPR's Michel Martin talks to Vivian Schiller, executive director of Aspen Digital, about Meta's decision to reinstate Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.