New York Times : science
14h28 05  mars
When Amazon Raises Its Minimum Wage, Local Companies Follow Suit
Ben Casselman and Jim Tankersley
An Amazon fulfillment center in Kent, Wash. The company lifted starting pay to 15 an hour three years ago.
19h12
A Leading Critic of Big Tech Will Join the White House
Cecilia Kang
Tim Wu, a Columbia law professor, was named a special assistant to the president for technology and competition policy on Friday.
19h27
YouTube Removes Myanmar Military Channels
Paul Mozur
An armored military vehicle in downtown Yangon, Myanmar, last month.
17h48
Sports Are the Internet’s Secret Key
Shira Ovide
A Tesla showroom in Shanghai. Data suggests that Tesla is facing tougher competition in the United States and China.
10h00 06  mars
The Robots Are Coming for Phil in Accounting
Kevin Roose
Reddit’s chief executive, Steve Huffman, said of going public: “We’re working toward that moment.”
22h38 05  mars
Tesla’s Stock Tumbles Amid Sales Worries and Market Volatility
Neal E. Boudette and Peter Eavis
Syringes being packed for shipment at Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices in Ballabgarh, India.
16h04
Reddit hires its first chief financial officer as it prepares to go public.
Mike Isaac
Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook chief executive, testifying in October. Before the ban on political ads, he had said he wanted to maintain a hands-off approach toward speech on Facebook.
12h47
The World Needs Syringes. He Jumped In to Make 5,900 Per Minute.
Karan Deep Singh
Lisa Whitney of Reno, Nev., has created her version of a do-it-yourself Peloton bike.
17h26 04  mars
Fixing What the Internet Broke
Shira Ovide
An ecoLinx battery unit in a Soleil Lofts apartment outside Salt Lake City. The cells in the development collectively form what’s called a virtual power plant.
14h15
The Era of Audio Creators Has Arrived
Taylor Lorenz
Customers eager to avoid shopping in stores are using Instacart’s app-based grocery ordering service.
17h23
Amazon Went on a New York Buying Spree as Online Shopping Surged
Matthew Haag and Winnie Hu
Thermal scanners check every visitor to the student union at the University of Idaho. A handheld thermometer is a backup.
23h16 03  mars
Facebook Ends Ban on Political Advertising
Mike Isaac
The votes on whether to form a union at the Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Ala., need to be in by the end of the month.
18h05
What Job Sites Reveal About the Economy
Shira Ovide
A sign for China’s new digital currency, eCNY.
00h02 04  mars
How to Get a Peloton-Style Workout Without Splurging
Brian X. Chen
With the pandemic curtailing in-person interactions, the stark digital divide between generations has become more apparent.
21h03 05  mars
The Hottest Amenity From Developers? A Power Plant Made of Batteries.
Patrick Sisson
18h19 04  mars
A Golden Age of Local Digital Stars
Shira Ovide
15h07 02  mars
Instacart Valuation Rises to 39 Billion in Latest Fundraising
Erin Griffith
10h00
Colleges That Require Coronavirus Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works
Natasha Singer and Kellen Browning
13h56 04  mars
Amazon Workers’ Union Drive Reaches Far Beyond Alabama
Michael Corkery and Karen Weise
18h23 01  mars
How Do Influencers Get Jobs? It’s Changing
Taylor Lorenz
18h12
Copying China’s Online Blockade
Shira Ovide
21h56 05  mars
China Charges Ahead With a National Digital Currency
Nathaniel Popper and Cao Li
19h13 28  février
Seniors Seeking Vaccines Have a Problem: They Can’t Use the Internet
Kellen Browning
23h57 27  février
Digidog, a Robotic Dog Used by the Police, Stirs Privacy Concerns
Maria Cramer and Christine Hauser