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Friday March 8, 2019. 02:00 PM
For a little-celebrated holiday, we sure got lots of emails from publicists about it. Here’s what they think you should be reading about today.
A fifth of the fish sold at restaurants and markets is mislabeled, according to a report that documents the extent of seafood fraud.
In recognition of International Women's Day, here are some of the best women behind the camera.
Carol Danvers doesn't need anyone's permission—or help—to kick ass.
Lindsay Ellis is an idiosyncratic film critic who has fun with everything from the cinematography of Cocteau to the semiotics of the Transformer franchise.
The lawsuit by Huawei faces long odds but could force the US to show any evidence around backdoors and spying.
Thursday March 7, 2019. 11:49 PM
A exposed database belonging to Verifications.io contained both personal and business information, including 763 million unique email addresses.
The company announced Thursday that it will combat the spread of vaccine misinformation on Facebook and Instagram, but not take posts down entirely.
A recent study finds that both new moms and new dads leave science, technology, engineering, and medicine at higher rates than their childless peers—and some never return.
It’s not about keeping you safe from Facebook’s data-hoovering efforts. It’s about competing with other messaging platforms.
Welcome to the Squad, Stringer Bell.
On Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg laid out a vision for a very different Facebook—with a lot of unknowns about how to get there.
Netflix's 'Dating Around' is a step in the right direction—but the genre has a long way to go.
Carol Danvers has a long history.
It has a problem with stairs, but this budget robot vacuum and mop offers a lot of bang for your buck.
In Los Angeles, Spin is experimenting with a move away from gig workers in favor of proper employees, with health insurance and everything.
More frequent and more severe ocean heat waves are behaving like wildfires, wiping out sea life across large areas.
Researchers built an AI engine that uses tweets to predict the severity of software vulnerabilities with 86 percent accuracy.
Our writer tests six alternative input methods for users who find it difficult to type on a keyboard.
If the Facebook CEO's reflection tour has revealed anything it is that even as he wrestles with the harms the platform has wrought, he is busy dreaming up new ones.
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