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Social media has changed the way we mourn, for the better.
By AUSTIN RAMZY and PATRICK BOEHLER
People this year wanted to find out about health, money, the law and love — or marriage, at least.
By CONOR DOUGHERTY
Draft regulations would require licensed drivers, who would be responsible for traffic violations, to operate the cars, as well as safety tests and cybersecurity safeguards.
By NICK WINGFIELD
Venture capital is pouring into virtual reality start-ups, as proponents of the technology extol its potential to transform entertainment, communications and work.
By JONAH BROMWICH
The lists emphasized that Americans who went online were often interested in something scandalous.
By EILENE ZIMMERMAN
The start-up Bond uses robots to create personalized, handwritten notes and letters for people who want to send something special but don’t have the time.
By CONSTANCE GUSTKE
For small businesses that can live or die by word of mouth, an array of strategies helps track and respond to online ratings.
By KATIE BENNER
The retail executive, Angela Ahrendts, says that the Phantom, a non-Apple wireless speaker which starts at $1, 990, will receive prominent display treatment.
By ANN CARRNS
Social media and mobile apps offer easy new ways to give to nonprofits. But watchdog groups advise checking first to learn whether your information is likely to be sold or traded.
By TARA PARKER-POPE
We explore the lives of newly wired consumers and the consequences, good and bad, that arise from our increasing reliance on trackers, monitors, guides and a vast array of other devices to better our health.
As consumer and commercial drones increase in popularity, the government is taking more steps to address safety concerns and regulate the aerial vehicles.
By ERIK OLSEN
Drone racing enthusiasts envision televised races and significant purses in their emerging sport.
By GEOFF MANAUGH
Autonomous vehicles might remain an expensive novelty, or they might utterly transform society. Either way, they have much to teach us about how to look at the cities we live in.
By NATHANIEL POPPER
Bitcoin is both a virtual currency and an online payment system, one that some people believe will transform the global financial system.