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Thursday August 4, 2022. 11:30 PM
A Tehran-linked hack of a NATO member marks a significant escalation against the backdrop of US-Iran nuclear talks.
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The conspiracy theorist's breathtakingly silly blunder underscores the urgent need to revamp ediscovery in US law.
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Get your fix of tech, true crime, pop culture, or comedy with these audio adventures.
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At just 29 pounds, it’s easy to carry and has more power than you’d expect.
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We love the design overhaul, but the internal upgrade delivers only modest gains.
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This week on Gadget Lab, we wade into the marketplace for NFT videos that are sold preinstalled in digital photo frames.
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25 years after the UK handed the city over to China, Hong Kong's suppressed and surveilled people keep freedom alive creatively and furtively.
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These wireless cans are a student musician’s dream.
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Scientists used painstaking research, genomics, and clever statistics to definitively track two distinct strains of the virus back to a wet market in Wuhan.
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Nurses, retail workers, and other employees can owe thousands of dollars just for quitting their job—or getting laid off.
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If you’ve managed to score a PS5, you may still have an old PS4. But don't put it on Craigslist quite yet.
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The zoonotic disease is now spreading from person to person. But if it finds a home in new wildlife species, it could settle in to become a permanent risk.
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“Interactive sleep streamers' accept donations from folks who want wake them up with lights or loud noises. Is it worth it?
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Wednesday August 3, 2022. 06:43 PM
What's it like to be responsible for a billion people's digital security? Just ask the company's Morse researchers.
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Ride off into the sunset with these awesome discounts on helmets, bells, and bicycle locks.
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This Android phone is speedy in more ways than one, but the “T” in the name may as well stand for “trite.”
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A new system for keeping body tissues functional after death could help make more organs available for transplant.
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An easy-to-use database quantifies our shake-up of the planet, from fossil fuels to farming to plastics. But there are a few bright spots.
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SIKE was a contender for post-quantum-computing encryption. It took researchers an hour and a single PC to break it.
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Breaking things is an ethos for the bored, for people who live in reasonable climates and don’t have tanks in the street. That isn’t us anymore.
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