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Friday January 22, 2021. 02:00 PM
This is not the solution to our climate problems; it's a sweetheart deal for Big Ag.
This week, we round up tips for staying organized, energized, and mostly sane as we all ride out the rest of the pandemic.
With Donald Trump no longer the heart of online discourse, there's room for a powerful shift.
The legendary developer’s new memoir brought back poignant memories of one of his most famous games—and of the hours I played with my dad.
Researchers and airlines that obsessed over efficiency have spent the past year worrying about safety too.
Plus: The moonshot’s launch, health care for the maskless, and a new era’s inaugural meme.
Thursday January 21, 2021. 11:44 PM
These cameras let you check up on your dog or cat—and feed them treats—over the internet.
Nick Sawhney's “Bernie Sits' puts Sanders anywhere on Google Street View.
Facebook has to decide whether to give the ex-president his bullhorn back. It won’t make that call itself.
The price tag might still make you blink, but Samsung’s new flagship has one of the best cameras in a smartphone.
Scientists say they've got 20-million-year-old evidence of giant worms that hunted in pretty much the most nightmarish way possible.
3.5-millimeter audio jacks are endangered, but they’re not extinct. Here are some of our favorite smartphones that still let you plug in.
Using voice-activation tech and nature-inspired soundscapes, these space are designed to give medical workers some respite from the Covid-19 front lines.
China produces as many artificial intelligence researchers as the US, but it lags in key fields like machine learning. The government hopes to make up ground.
Spirituality is only one tool in this community leader's toolkit for bringing people closer together. Character sheets are another.
Biden’s first-day actions signal that he’s serious about global warming. But he’s got to make up for four years of lost time.
The far-right platform still hasn’t found a US-based home. Where it lands could have serious consequences for its users’ privacy.
Few people could witness Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get sworn in in person. Instead, we watched (and tried to make sense of it all) online.
Wednesday January 20, 2021. 08:31 PM
Faces of the Riot used open source software to detect, extract, and deduplicate every face from the 827 videos taken from the insurrection on January 6.
It’s cold and you’re probably still quarantined. Time to get reading. Start with these tales of reimagined histories and cloned partners.
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