The original version of this story reported that the Times had e-mailed its subscribers to notify them of the Google Glass app. That's not the case. The paper has since told CNET, "We did not send any communication about Google Glass to subscribers or any of our readers."
The newspaper says the app doesn't have enough users. More doom and gloom for Research In Motion.
The company's chairman and CEO Elon Musk says that there are some "inaccuracies" in the Times' review of his company's Tesla Model S.
The upstart live-TV streaming service continues its fight with U.S. broadcasters by taking out a full-page ad saying it is complying with U.S. copyright law.
Elon Musk told Bloomberg TV that the newspaper's review of the Model S lowered the company's valuation by tens of millions of dollars.
The title stands atop the "Hardcover Advice & Misc." category on The New York Times' Best Seller list.
The New York Times reports that the company is readying an effort to enter a crowded field -- but without building warehouses or handling merchandise itself.
As far as news sites go, The New York Times is pretty well polished. But everything, even the Old Gray Lady, can stand improvement.
The New York Times today kicks off a series on how the cloud's physical infrastructure affects the environment with a persuasive story that offers some harrowing stats. But some say it's unfair.
Shadow networks can bypass those that are censored by authorities or attacked by enemies, unlike ordinary cell phone towers in Afghanistan.