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Firefox Maker Battles to Save the Internet—and Itself

Mozilla helped an open Web flourish in the 2000s. Now it’s struggling to play a meaningful role on mobile devices.

Business

Internet of Farm Things

Companies are competing to turn data into advice on how to farm better, and attracting investments from the likes of Google Ventures and Monsanto.

Computing

Microsoft’s HoloLens Will Put Realistic 3-D People in Your Living Room

The HoloLens augmented-reality headset projects believable images of people into real settings.

Computing

Oculus Rift Hack Transfers Your Facial Expressions onto Your Avatar

Facebook teams with researchers to transfer your smiles and frowns into virtual reality.

Mobile

Courting App Makers to Unlock Your Car’s Powerful Data Trove

Startups like Automatic are trying to interest developers in gadgets that plug into your car, hoping to power a new wave of mobile apps.

Computing

Leaderless Bitcoin Struggles to Make Its Most Crucial Decision

Bitcoin’s most influential developer has proposed a controversial fix that would help it handle more transactions.

Computing

Why Google’s Self-Driving Bubble Cars Might Catch On

The compact, speed-limited vehicles being tested by Google might have a better chance at success than automated versions of conventional cars.

Computing

Facebook’s Internet.Org Hits Global Flak

Groups in Indonesia, Colombia, Zimbabwe, and elsewhere join Indian counterparts in criticizing Internet.org’s practices.

Biomedicine

Single Cells Analyzed at Unprecedented Scale

A microscopic quest to find out what we’re really made of.

Mobile

Three Questions for Twitter (and now Super) Cofounder Biz Stone

The Twitter cofounder talks about his latest social app, Super, and why it looks like technicolor pop art.