Long lines formed Thursday morning for opening statements in the government’s lawsuit over AT&T’s planned purchase of Time Warner, which observers are watching as potentially the most consequential antitrust case in years.
Report: IBM hit 'most senior employees hardest' for layoffs, 'flouting' age bias rules12 hours ago
A new report accuses IBM of targeting older workers as it made job cuts in the thousands over the past several years, estimating that “over the past five years alone, IBM has eliminated more than 20,000 American employees ages 40 and over, about 60 percent of its estimated total U.S. job cuts during those years.”
Thousands help shape Dix Park master plan through online Neighborland (+ videos)14 hours ago
As leaders of the Dorthea Dix Park Conservancy and the City of Raleigh gather with the public to discuss latest developments in a master plan for the Dix property, they will already have received input from several thousand people through Neighborland
Is it real video or CGI? Epic Games' Star Wars demo shows gap is closing12 hours ago
A new demo video from Epic Games shows just how close computer generate imagery, or CGI, is coming to film.
Report spells out strategy for how NC legislators should attack digital divide18 hours ago
The association representing North Carolina’s cities and towns says new legislation is needed to develop partnerships between local governments and private broadband providers so areas still lacking high-speed internet are covered.
Say what? Zuckerberg’s answers to privacy scandal raise more questions2 hours ago
We had only about 30 minutes on the phone with Mark Zuckerberg, but we managed to get him to address several important topics. But Zuckerberg’s responses also raised more questions.
Instagram is answering the wish of many of its users: It will once again prioritize newer content.
For its first two years, Mars was largely secret; the most prominent image that leaked was a photo of Jeff Bezos piloting a 13-foot robot last year. This year, Amazon lifted the veil and invited a handful of reporters into Bezos’ brainiac pow-wow. Here’s a look.
Making News: Wake Eco Development, SXSW, IBM, Apple, Watson AI, GSK, Fortnite, Epic Games, Triad Racing
Check in on the latest news about Wake Economic Development and the City of Raleigh at South by Southwest, Wall Street praise for IBM, IBM and Apple on smart apps, GSK’s bid for a Pfizer business group, and enws from Epic Games as well as Triad Racing Technologies.
Social media startup SpokeHub, which launched its app in December, adds augmented reality as a feature today in a technology upgrade to be unveiled as the firm formally opens its new office in RTP
Mark Zuckerberg has regrets about the data scandal involving Cambridge Analytica. “I’m really sorry that this happened,”
Most senior finance leaders agree that the volume and complexity of corporate risks are increasing, yet less than a third, 31%, report their organizations have complete enterprise risk management processes in place.
The Association for Computing Machinery, the venerable computing society that represents industry professionals across the world, picks two California scientists as winners of this year’s Turing Award, often called the Nobel Prize of computing.
If Elon Musk can turn Tesla into a $650 billion company over the next decade, he could become one of the richest men in the world. By far.
North Carolina is second in solar power generation across the US, according to a new report. Plus: Take a look at the state’s solar statistics.
Tim Humphrey, a veteran executive with deep ties to the Triangle who also is an inventor and an NC State graduate, is IBM’s new Senior State Executive for North Carolina.
Facebook’s latest privacy scandal has some people reconsidering their relationship status with the social network. But breaking up is hard to do.