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Saturday January 9, 2021. 01:00 PM
Start the new year right with a new Apple Watch Series 6 or a cast-iron skillet at a discounted price.
In the end, what took down @realDonaldTrump was not what he tweeted, but how it was interpreted.
Friday January 8, 2021. 08:47 PM
The actions of rioters showed a need to hold on to a vision of the country that’s at odds with reality.
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
A pop-up notification has alerted the messaging app's users to a practice that's been in place since 2016.
We have a glut of streaming options. But if recent events show us anything, it’s that live TV news is far from obsolete.
The first season of the Star Wars series was good. But in the second, the visuals and writing make the jump to lightspeed.
These are some of our favorite stands, cases, keyboards, and Pencils no matter which iPad you have.
Plus: Dorsey in the Trump administration's early days, how to define privacy, and chaos in the Capitol.
This week, we analyze how the social media platforms reacted to the events of January 6. We also offer our preview of what to expect next week at CES.
Founder Ken Williams opens up about his new book, video game design in the late 80s—and his regrets about selling the company.
The discovery of more contagious variants of SARS-CoV-2 in the US sparks a push for a long-overdue national genomic surveillance network.
The show must go on.
A bill would require firms to disclose when they use software to assess candidates, and vendors would have to ensure that their tech doesn’t discriminate.
Wednesday’s riot in Washington was the result of conspiracy theories, anti-government sentiment, and online extremism—and it could start a movement.
DC rioters used DLive to stream from the Capitol to thousands of people on Wednesday—and to get donations from them too.
Wednesday's insurrection could have exposed congressional data and devices in ways that have yet to be appreciated.
Thursday January 7, 2021. 11:40 PM
The pro-Trump mob that stormed the US Capitol livestreamed their actions. As social media platforms scramble to remove dangerous content, what will become of all that footage?
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have spent years fomenting and enabling yesterday’s violence at the Capitol. Policymakers need to do something about it.
Pundits and platforms have spent years mislabeling and underestimating threats to democracy. It led to the mob.
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