Oops: American Airlines Accidentally Let Too Many Pilots Take Off The Holidays
The pilots’ union says 15,000 flights at the end of the year don’t have anyone to fly them, due to a glitch in the system pilots use to bid for time off.
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By PAUL MOZUR
A memo from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau says the firm’s commercial products may be sending sensitive information about U.S. infrastructure back to China, raising security concerns.
By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI
Mr. Rubin is taking a leave of absence from the start-up Essential amid a report that he had an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate while he was a Google executive.
By EMILY STEEL
Emily Steel, a media reporter for The Times, uses encrypted messaging apps and plenty of new tech. But she still harbors a love for the telephone.
By BRIAN X. CHEN
Tech tools make it easy to efficiently share large numbers of photos with your family. Here are some of the best approaches.
By KATIE BENNER
Instead of one blended feed of information, Snapchat users will now see a social stream on the app’s left side, and a media stream on the right.
By J. D. BIERSDORFER
When the phone rings and you can’t (or don’t want to) answer the call, you can send it directly to voice mail even if your phone is locked.
Supreme Court Considers Cellphones And Digital Privacy
A Supreme Court case, a big one for cellphone users, examines whether police must obtain a warrant in order to get historical cell-site location information from cellphone providers.
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By FARHAD MANJOO
Over the last decade, a few giant corporations became an inescapable part of online life. Gutting net neutrality would cement their power.
By CECILIA KANG
The F.C.C. plan to scrap existing rules for internet delivery has set off heated debate, personal attacks and echoes of the 2016 election.