T-Mobile’s Longtime C.E.O., John Legere, Will Step Down

Mr. Legere was credited with reviving the telecommunications company. He has been instrumental in navigating T-Mobile’s pending merger deal with Sprint. Read more »

Google Stadia Wants You to Replace Your Video Game Console. Don’t.

The search giant’s new console-free gaming service is a neat concept. But there are bugs and too many unknowns. Read more »

TikTok’s Chief Is on a Mission to Prove It’s Not a Menace

Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese-owned viral video app, is trying to assuage Washington’s fears. “I am quite optimistic,” he said. Read more »

Ford Wants to Sell You an Electric S.U.V. It’s Called a Mustang.

Automakers have made battery-powered cars largely to meet environmental rules. Now they’re putting more skin in the game. Read more »

WeWork May Lay Off Thousands

The beleaguered office space company is said to be planning to cut its work force by at least a third in a bid to stabilize its business. Read more »

For Start-Ups, Cash Is King (Again)

Some are preparing for a potential downturn by cutting spending and raising money earlier than planned. Just as they did before. Read more »

What Ads Are Political? Twitter Struggles With a Definition

Twitter has said it will ban all political ads. But what is or isn’t a political message is often in the eye of the beholder. Read more »

Supreme Court to Hear Google and Oracle Copyright Case

The justices agreed to decide whether the search giant was liable for billions in a dispute over its Android operating system. Read more »

Apple to Ban Vaping Apps From Its Store

A respiratory condition linked to vaping has caused more than 40 deaths and over 2,000 illnesses, according to United States health authorities. Read more »

The Week in Tech: Algorithmic Bias Is Bad. Uncovering It Is Good.

We keep stumbling across examples of discrimination in algorithms, but that’s far better than their remaining hidden. Read more »