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Monday May 23, 2022. 03:00 PM
This gizmo lets you sling treats to your dog or cat when you’re away and can play out your prerecorded voice commands.
The Moto G Stylus 5G and Moto G 5G are adequate, but their screens, cameras, and software support are lackluster compared to their peers.
Doctors will be cautious about offering any treatment that could be regarded as an illegal termination—forcing patients to seek out-of-state care.
A long-term study of a marsh was meant to ask whether rising levels of CO2 could help wetlands thrive despite rising seas. The plants aren’t keeping up.
The company has signed a deal to use his likeness for the next 20 years. Maybe it’s better to let him rest.
The world-leading data law changed how companies work. But four years on, there’s a lag on cleaning up Big Tech.
Well, maybe not 1,000, but at least nine.
Sunday May 22, 2022. 03:00 PM
Make a long-distance connection. These cooperative multiplayer games let you and your friends play together online.
This retrofit robot makes your drapes smart, so you can open or close them on a schedule or with a voice command.
By resolving a paradox about light in a box, researchers hope to clarify the concept of energy in quantum theory.
We sautéed, boiled, and burned our food to find the best portable propane gas stoves.
Video dispatches from the Ukrainian president skillfully dissolve Putin’s delusions. We would all do well to listen.
Let’s lay these tired ideas to rest so they don’t stand between you and a good cuppa joe.
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Saturday May 21, 2022. 03:00 PM
Plus: The Conti ransomware gang shuts down, Canada bans Huawei and ZTE, and more of the week’s top security news.
And you can even keep your custom email address! But you need to confirm that your account is for personal, not business, use—here’s how.
Plus: Some beefier Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are on the way, and the right-to-repair movement hits a speed bump.
In Oregon, the tree-killing Humongous Fungus never would have gotten so large without the accidental help of modern fire suppression tactics.
As Big Tech tried to block the state’s ban on content moderation, Texas leaned on the US Supreme Court justice’s interpretation of free speech law.
You don’t have to go with the big name in the email newsletter business. Here’s how to make the switch to a feature-rich alternative.
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