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Monday September 20, 2021. 02:00 PM
Pre-saving a song before its release can give third parties access to eye-popping amounts of data about your listening habits.
New tools that help developers write software also generate similar mistakes.
The goo that grows in soaked buildings can cause infections and allergies—an issue that’s understudied even as climate change leads to more frequent deluges.
Sunday September 19, 2021. 03:00 PM
Download one of these trail-mapping apps to make sure you can always find your way in the great outdoors, whether you have cell service or not.
The concept of a dimension seems simple enough, but mathematicians struggled for centuries to precisely define and understand it.
Have you ever wanted a phone you could toss off a staircase? For $550, this durable smartphone is one tough mudder.
From file backups to movie streaming, network attached storage drives offer plenty of functions and features.
Secretlab’s metal Magnus desk is expensive and heavy, but it makes cable management a breeze.
The first all-civilian, all-private spaceflight splashed down off the coast of Florida.
Saturday September 18, 2021. 04:00 PM
We've tested dozens of devices for watching stuff on 4K or HD TVs. These are our favorites.
Plus: Remote learning spyware, an AT&T bribery scandal, and more of the week's top security news.
‘Zombie’ purple urchins have obliterated West Coast kelp forests with their insatiable appetites. Can they be stopped?
It’s expensive, but this espresso machine is a shrine to the pleasures of fine coffee.
After being in one career for decades, I had to relearn how to apply for jobs—and how to stand out. Here are a few tips.
Fall in love with a new hobby this autumn with discounts on phones, bicycle apparel, and more.
The tech giants have set a troubling new precedent.
It’s still pricey even with this deal, but this Samsung has almost everything you could want in an Android phone right now.
Friday September 17, 2021. 08:03 PM
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
Daryl Gregory's stories explore the many complexities of the human brain.
Plus: Adam Mosseri on News Feeds, remote drivers for cars, and a pickle for Greenland.
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