Uber shuts down its app in Paris to support driver protest
Proposed legislation threatens nearly 10,000 private driver jobs, it says.
Our Google searches are defined by tragedy and entertainment
An interactive visualization show how people across the world discovered the Paris attacks.
Facebook's 2015 review video puts the year in perspective
These were the 10 most-discussed stories of the year, according to Facebook.
Sometimes silence speaks louder than Twitter
When tragedy strikes, the best comment is no comment at all.
Experience the Paris vigils using the New York Times' VR app
The New York Times use of VR in journalism is already showing its value, even in its early stages.
Let's have an argument about encryption
A backdoor isn't a privacy problem, it's a security one.
Anonymous goes to war with ISIS over Paris attacks
The hacker collective promises massive cyberattacks, social media shenanigans.
Airbnb helps Paris attack victims' families find free places to stay
Airbnb's portal lists free rentals for anyone affected by the Paris terrorist attacks.
Facebook expands scope of Safety Checks following Paris attacks
Facebook will now switch on its Safety Check for more than just natural disasters.