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The latest in-depth coverage covering the intersection of technology and culture will help you make sense of a world in constant transformation. Join us as we explore the ways technology is changing our lives.

Episode Date
Why Some Animals Thrive in Cities
May 30, 2024
From Science, Spoken: Why Antidepressants Take So Long to Work
May 29, 2024
Anduril Is Building Out the Pentagon’s Dream of Deadly Drone Swarms
May 29, 2024
What’s Up With These Crazy Northern Lights?
May 27, 2024
Most US TikTok Creators Don’t Think a Ban Will Happen
May 24, 2024
What Scarlett Johansson v. OpenAI Could Look Like in Court
May 23, 2024
Finding a Tech Job Is Still a Nightmare
May 22, 2024
Crypto Astrologers See Price Moves in the Stars
May 22, 2024
The End of ‘iPhone’
May 21, 2024
A Huge Scam Targeting Kids With Roblox and Fortnite ‘Offers’ Has Been Hiding in Plain Sight
May 19, 2024
Prepare to Get Manipulated by Emotionally Expressive Chatbots
May 17, 2024
These Electric School Buses Are on Their Way to Save the Grid
May 16, 2024
Tornado Cash Developer Found Guilty of Laundering $1.2 Billion of Crypto
May 15, 2024
Generative AI Doesn’t Make Hardware Less Hard
May 14, 2024
Elon Musk's Neuralink Had a Brain Implant Setback. It May Come Down to Design
May 13, 2024
How Not to Get Brain-Eating Worms and Mercury Poisoning
May 10, 2024
OpenAI Is ‘Exploring’ How to Responsibly Generate AI Porn
May 09, 2024
OpenAI Offers an Olive Branch to Artists Wary of Feeding AI Algorithms
May 08, 2024
No One Knows How Far Bird Flu Has Spread
May 07, 2024
The US Government Is Asking Big Tech to Promise Better Cybersecurity
May 02, 2024
The White House Has a New Master Plan to Stop Worst-Case Scenarios
May 01, 2024
Net Neutrality Returns to a Very Different Internet
Apr 30, 2024
Net Neutrality Returns to a Very Different Internet
Apr 29, 2024
Ads for Explicit ‘AI Girlfriends’ Are Swarming Facebook and Instagram
Apr 26, 2024
Noncompetes Are Dead—and Tech Workers Are Free to Roam
Apr 25, 2024
Bitcoin Miners Brace for the ‘Halving’—and Race to Cash In
Apr 24, 2024
Plant-Based Meat Boomed. Here Comes the Bust
Apr 23, 2024
The Real-Time Deepfake Romance Scams Have Arrived
Apr 22, 2024
What If Your AI Girlfriend Hated You?
Apr 19, 2024
How One Author Pushed the Limits of AI Copyright
Apr 18, 2024
Google Workers Protest Cloud Contract With Israel's Government
Apr 17, 2024
It Takes Guts, Not College, to Fix Wind Turbines for a Living
Apr 16, 2024
Bird Flu Is Spreading in Alarming New Ways
Apr 15, 2024
Eric Schmidt Warned Against China’s AI Industry. Emails Show He Also Sought Connections to It
Apr 12, 2024
Europe Rules That Insufficient Climate Change Action Is a Human Rights Violation
Apr 11, 2024
Students Are Likely Writing Millions of Papers With AI
Apr 10, 2024
How I Became a Python Programmer—and Fell Out of Love With the Machine
Apr 09, 2024
A TikTok Whistleblower Got DC’s Attention. Do His Claims Add Up?
Apr 08, 2024
OpenAI’s GPT Store Is Triggering Copyright Complaints
Apr 05, 2024
Meta Kills a Crucial Transparency Tool At the Worst Possible Time
Apr 04, 2024
Citizen Zoo Is Rewilding the UK, One Grasshopper at a Time
Apr 03, 2024
How to Resist the Temptation of AI When Writing
Apr 02, 2024
Smartphones Do or Don’t Harm Kids! So Which Is It?
Apr 01, 2024
The Earth Will Feast on Dead Cicadas
Mar 29, 2024
The Baltimore Bridge Collapse Is About to Get Even Messier
Mar 28, 2024
Enjoy Your Favorite Wine Before Climate Change Destroys It
Mar 27, 2024
A Deepfake Nude Generator Reveals a Chilling Look at Its Victims
Mar 26, 2024
Why You Hear Voices in Your White Noise Machine
Mar 25, 2024
The Feds Are Trying to Get Plants to Mine Metal Through Their Roots
Mar 22, 2024
The World Needs to Crack Battery Recycling, Fast
Mar 21, 2024
Why Is the Slack Hold Music So Haunted and So Good?
Mar 20, 2024
The Designer Who’s Trying to Transform Your City Into a Sponge
Mar 19, 2024
States Are Lining Up to Outlaw Lab-Grown Meat
Mar 18, 2024
Regulators Need AI Expertise. They Can’t Afford It
Mar 15, 2024
Ageism Haunts Some Tech Workers in the Race to Get Hired
Mar 14, 2024
Rampant Wildfires Are Threatening a Collapse of the Amazon Rainforest
Mar 13, 2024
The Quest to Give AI Chatbots a Hand—and an Arm
Mar 12, 2024
Apple Could Be the First Target of Europe's Tough New Tech Law
Mar 11, 2024
Europe Is Breaking Open the Empires of Big Tech
Mar 08, 2024
Scientists Are Inching Closer to Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth
Mar 07, 2024
The Mysterious Case of the Missing Trump Trial Ransomware Leak
Mar 06, 2024
Google’s Deal With StackOverflow Is the Latest Proof That AI Giants Will Pay for Data
Mar 05, 2024
Elon Musk’s Lawsuit Against a Group That Found Hate Speech on X Isn’t Going Well
Mar 04, 2024
Tesla’s Charging Network is Now Open to Other EVs and Ford Is First In Line
Mar 01, 2024
RIP Apple Car. This Is Why It Died
Feb 29, 2024
A Discarded Plan to Build Underwater Cities Will Give Coral Reefs New Life
Feb 28, 2024
Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Is Working. Elon Musk’s Transparency Isn’t
Feb 27, 2024
Google Tweaked Search to Comply With EU Rules. Yelp Says It Makes Results Even More Unfair
Feb 26, 2024
This Small Wearable Device Reduces Parkinson’s Symptoms
Feb 23, 2024
Climate Finance Is Targeting the Wrong Industries
Feb 22, 2024
AI Is Coming for the Experts. First, It Needs Their Help
Feb 21, 2024
A Virus Found in Wastewater Beat Back a Woman’s ‘Zombie’ Bacteria
Feb 20, 2024
The Feds Just Bet Even Bigger on American-Made Heat Pumps
Feb 19, 2024
Smoking Alters Your Immune System for Years After You Quit
Feb 16, 2024
AI Is Rewiring Coders’ Brains. Yours May Be Next
Feb 15, 2024
Who Tests If Heat-Proof Clothing Actually Works? These Poor Sweating Mannequins
Feb 14, 2024
Developers Are in Open Revolt Over Apple’s New App Store Rules
Feb 13, 2024
The Far-Right's Favorite Web Host Has a Shadowy New Owner
Feb 12, 2024
Google Prepares for a Future Where Search Isn’t King
Feb 09, 2024
A Study at the Center of the Abortion Pill Battle Was Just Retracted
Feb 08, 2024
Mystery Company Linked to Biden Robocall Identified by New Hampshire Attorney General
Feb 07, 2024
A Startup Allegedly ‘Hacked the World.’ Then Came the Censorship—and Now the Backlash
Feb 06, 2024
You Can’t Buy Lab-Grown Meat Even If You Wanted To
Feb 05, 2024
A Cheaper Tesla Model Is Coming in 2025 as Chinese Competition Intensifies
Feb 02, 2024
Comcast’s Xfinity Stores Your Sensitive Data. You Can Kind of Opt Out
Feb 01, 2024
Big-Name Targets Push Midnight Blizzard Hacking Spree Back Into the Limelight
Jan 31, 2024
Apple Isn’t Ready to Release Its Grip on the App Store
Jan 30, 2024
Researchers Say the Deepfake Biden Robocall Was Likely Made With Tools From AI Startup ElevenLabs
Jan 29, 2024
This Chatbot Screens Your Dating App Matches for You
Jan 26, 2024
No, the Great Tech Layoffs of 2023 Aren’t Happening Again
Jan 25, 2024
This Chinese Startup Is Winning the Open Source AI Race
Jan 24, 2024
ChatGPT's Hunger for Energy Could Trigger a GPU Revolution
Jan 23, 2024
Trawling Boats Are Hauling Up Ancient Carbon From the Ocean Depths
Jan 22, 2024
The Murky Campaign to Discredit Lab-Grown Meat
Jan 19, 2024
Why Tech Workers Are Ditching Big Cities for Boise
Jan 18, 2024
These Mining Companies Are Ready to Raid the Seabed
Jan 17, 2024
Congress Wants Tech Companies to Pay Up for AI Training Data
Jan 16, 2024
Scammy AI-Generated Books Are Flooding Amazon
Jan 15, 2024
The White House Just Announced a $623 Million EV-Charging Bonanza
Jan 12, 2024
Air Pollution Is Ruining Your Skin
Jan 11, 2024
In Defense of AI Hallucinations
Jan 10, 2024
Spying on Beavers From Space Could Help Save California
Jan 09, 2024
They Had PTSD. A Psychedelic Called Ibogaine Helped Them Get Better
Jan 08, 2024
The Plan to Put Pig Genes in Soy Beans for Tastier Fake Meat
Jan 05, 2024
This Ultrasound Bra Could Detect Cancer Sooner
Jan 04, 2024
What Are ‘Missed Period Pills,’ and How Do They Work?
Jan 03, 2024
Your Money Is Funding Fossil Fuels Without You Knowing It
Jan 01, 2024
How to Stop Another OpenAI Meltdown
Dec 25, 2023
Sorry California, Amazon Will No Longer Sell You Donkey Meat
Dec 22, 2023
What Happens When Facebook Heats Your Home
Dec 21, 2023
Google’s App Store Monopoly Ruled Illegal as Jury Sides With Epic
Dec 20, 2023
My Surprisingly Unbiased Week With Elon Musk's 'Politically Biased' Chatbot
Dec 19, 2023
In a World First, a Patient’s Antibody Cells Were Just Genetically Engineered
Dec 18, 2023
OpenAI’s Ilya Sutskever Has a Plan for Keeping Super-Intelligent AI in Check
Dec 15, 2023
Stop Planting Trees, Says Guy Who Inspired World to Plant a Trillion Trees
Dec 14, 2023
YouTube Is Now Hiding Which Channels Get a Cut of Ad Revenue
Dec 13, 2023
Can Rock Dust Soak Up Carbon Emissions? A Giant Experiment Is Set to Find Out
Dec 12, 2023
Why It Took Meta 7 Years to Turn on End-to-End Encryption for All Chats
Dec 11, 2023
Elijah Wood and Mike Tyson Cameo Videos Were Used in a Russian Disinformation Campaign
Dec 08, 2023
Google Just Launched Gemini, Its Long-Awaited Answer to ChatGPT
Dec 07, 2023
Spotify Is Screwed
Dec 06, 2023
OpenAI Committed to Buying $51 Million of AI Chips From a Startup Backed by CEO Sam Altman
Dec 05, 2023
The Race to Find What’s Making America’s Dogs Sick
Dec 04, 2023
A Life-Extension Drug for Big Dogs Is Getting Closer to Reality
Dec 01, 2023
The Weirdest Reason the Poles Are Warming So Fast? Invisible Clouds
Nov 30, 2023
A Damning Report Claims a Major Gig Economy Union Had a Culture of Abuse and Toxicity
Nov 29, 2023
The US Wants Vietnam to Be Its New Tech Best Friend
Nov 28, 2023
Here’s What’s Next for SpaceX’s Starship
Nov 27, 2023
New Orleans Tried to Control Short-Term Rentals With a Lottery System. It Was a Mess
Nov 22, 2023
The Precarious Rise of Disposable Vapes
Nov 21, 2023
You Need a Heat Pump. Soon You’ll Have More American-Made Options
Nov 20, 2023
YouTube Shorts Challenges TikTok With Music-Making AI for Creators
Nov 17, 2023
Think You Have SAD? Think Again
Nov 16, 2023
Ann McKee Is on a Quest to Save Humanity’s Brains
Nov 15, 2023
Skiing Is Getting Riskier
Nov 14, 2023
Obamacare Call Center Staff Strike Over Steep Health Care Costs and Scarce Bathroom Breaks
Nov 13, 2023
Police Use of Face Recognition Is Sweeping the UK
Nov 10, 2023
Big Tech Ditched Trust and Safety. Now Startups Are Selling It Back As a Service
Nov 09, 2023
A Major Alarm Is Flashing Under Greenland’s Ice
Nov 08, 2023
Why You Can’t Stop Reading About Daylight Saving Time
Nov 07, 2023
YouTube’s Ad Blocker Crackdown Spurs Record Uninstalls
Nov 06, 2023
Facebook Finally Puts a Price on Privacy: It’s $10 a Month
Nov 03, 2023
The Second Person to Get a Pig Heart Transplant Just Died
Nov 02, 2023
The Vampire Bat Is Moving Closer to the US. That’s a Problem
Nov 01, 2023
A Personalized Brain Implant Curbed a Woman’s OCD
Oct 31, 2023
Inside Elon Musk’s First Election Crisis—a Day After He ‘Freed’ the Bird
Oct 30, 2023
Apple Store Workers Fear the Tech Giant Is Dodging Accountability for Shady Labor Practices
Oct 27, 2023
The AI-Generated Child Abuse Nightmare Is Here
Oct 26, 2023
How to Spot Abortion-Related Misinformation
Oct 25, 2023
History Says the 1918 Flu Killed the Young and Healthy. These Bones Say Otherwise
Oct 24, 2023
This Vaccine Protects Against Cancer—but Not Enough Boys Are Getting It
Oct 23, 2023
Amazon Let Its Drivers’ Urine Be Sold as an Energy Drink
Oct 20, 2023
AI Chatbots Can Guess Your Personal Information From What You Type
Oct 19, 2023
Why Scientists Are Bugging the Rainforest
Oct 18, 2023
How Hop Nerds Are Saving Your Favorite Beer From Climate Change
Oct 17, 2023
X’s Sneaky New Ads Might Be Illegal
Oct 16, 2023
Hydro Dams Are Struggling to Handle the World’s Intensifying Weather
Oct 13, 2023
What Do We Owe the Octopus?
Oct 12, 2023
Google’s AI Is Making Traffic Lights More Efficient and Less Annoying
Oct 11, 2023
New York’s Airbnb Ban Is Descending Into Pure Chaos
Oct 10, 2023
The Game Theory of the Auto Strikes
Oct 09, 2023
Chatbot Hallucinations Are Poisoning Web Search
Oct 06, 2023
The Team Helping Women Fight Digital Domestic Abuse
Oct 05, 2023
India Is Using Terrorism Laws to Target Journalists
Oct 04, 2023
What Will Plants Be Like on Alien Worlds?
Oct 03, 2023
X Fires Its Election Team Before a Huge Election Year
Oct 02, 2023
An Epic Fight Over What Really Killed the Dinosaurs
Sep 29, 2023
Amazon’s All-Powerful ‘Buy Box’ Is at the Heart of Its New Antitrust Troubles
Sep 28, 2023
Why Rain Is Getting Fiercer on a Warming Planet
Sep 27, 2023
California's Governor Vetoes State Ban on Driverless Trucks
Sep 26, 2023
Revolut Needs to Get Its House in Order
Sep 25, 2023
How Elon Musk and Tesla Helped Spark the Auto Strikes
Sep 22, 2023
The Mysterious 'Warming Hole' in the Middle of the US
Sep 21, 2023
High Blood Pressure Is the World’s Biggest Killer. Now There’s a Plan to Tackle It
Sep 20, 2023
The Auto Strike Threatens a Supply Chain Already Weakened by Covid
Sep 19, 2023
Autoworkers Prepare to Strike for a Place in the EV Future
Sep 15, 2023
Why Some Animals Thrive in Cities
Sep 14, 2023
Is Google’s Search Engine Smart or Sneaky? A Court Will Decide
Sep 13, 2023
Facebook Is Giving Up on News—Again
Sep 12, 2023
Big Batteries Are Booming. So Are Fears They'll Catch Fire
Sep 11, 2023
Facebook Trains Its AI on Your Data. Opting Out May Be Futile
Sep 08, 2023
The UK Is Poised to Force a Bad Law on the Internet
Sep 07, 2023
A Billion-Dollar Plan to Fix Farm Emissions Might Make Things Worse
Sep 06, 2023
Climate Change Has Finally Come For Burning Man
Sep 05, 2023
Meta Isn't Enforcing Its Own Political Ads Policy, While the 2024 US Election Looms
Sep 04, 2023
The Inventor Behind a Rush of AI Copyright Suits Is Trying to Show His Bot Is Sentient
Sep 01, 2023
Turtles Carry Signs of Humanity’s Nuclear History in Their Shells
Aug 31, 2023
The Killer App for Threads Is the Web
Aug 30, 2023
Trump's Prosecution Is America's Last Hope
Aug 29, 2023
Brain Implants That Help Paralyzed People Speak Just Broke New Records
Aug 28, 2023
The Myth of ‘Open Source’ AI
Aug 25, 2023
How to Talk to Your Kids About Social Media and Mental Health
Aug 24, 2023
A Brain Implant Helped Stroke Survivors Regain Movement
Aug 23, 2023
How the World’s Workers Are Donning Cooling Vests to Battle Record Heat Waves
Aug 22, 2023
In the Dreams Favela, Wi-Fi and Ecommerce Promise a Better Future
Aug 21, 2023
Fake Meat Is Bleeding, but It’s Not Dead Yet
Aug 18, 2023
How a Firefly Course Is Saving Japan’s Favorite Glowing Insect
Aug 17, 2023
This Bold Plan to Kick the World’s Coal Habit Might Actually Work
Aug 16, 2023
The Space Force Is Launching Its Own Swarm of Tiny Satellites
Aug 15, 2023
Robotaxis Can Now Work the Streets of San Francisco 24/7
Aug 14, 2023
By Seizing @Music, Elon Musk Shows He Doesn’t Know What Made Twitter Good
Aug 11, 2023
AI Is Building Highly Effective Antibodies That Humans Can’t Even Imagine
Aug 10, 2023
What Doctors Wish You Knew About HIPAA and Data Security
Aug 09, 2023
AI Can Give You an NPC That Remembers. It Could Also Get Your Favorite Artist Fired
Aug 08, 2023
This Disinformation Is Just for You
Aug 07, 2023
For the Love of God, Stop Microwaving Plastic
Aug 04, 2023
Extreme Heat Threatens the Health of Unborn Babies
Aug 03, 2023
Big AI Won’t Stop Election Deepfakes With Watermarks
Aug 02, 2023
Someone Has to Deliver Your Packages in This Scorching Heat
Aug 01, 2023
More Battlefield AI Will Make the Fog of War More Deadly
Jul 31, 2023
A Patient May Be Free of HIV, Thanks to This Drug
Jul 28, 2023
Israel’s Tech Companies Are Fighting Netanyahu—or Leaving the Startup Nation
Jul 27, 2023
Beware Your ChatGPT Plugins
Jul 26, 2023
Why These Surfers Want to Restore a Rainforest
Jul 25, 2023
The New Minstrels Are Here
Jul 24, 2023
Don’t Ask Dumb Robots If AI Will Destroy Humanity
Jul 21, 2023
Want to Win a Chip War? You’re Gonna Need a Lot of Water
Jul 20, 2023
Pure Oxygen Speeds Up Learning. Can It Help Stroke Survivors Recover?
Jul 19, 2023
EV Sales Hit a Record in the US. Now Their Popularity May Be Waning
Jul 18, 2023
The Heat Wave Scorching the US Is a Self-Perpetuating Monster
Jul 17, 2023
How a Cloud Flaw Gave Chinese Spies a Key to Microsoft’s Kingdom
Jul 14, 2023
How AI Can Make Gaming Better for All Players
Jul 13, 2023
Temu Sellers Are Cloning Amazon Storefronts
Jul 12, 2023
A One-Time Shot for Type 2 Diabetes? A Biotech Company Is On It
Jul 11, 2023
How Threads Could Kill Twitter
Jul 10, 2023
EV Charger Hacking Poses a ‘Catastrophic’ Risk
Jul 07, 2023
Generative AI in Games Will Create a Copyright Crisis
Jul 06, 2023
At Last, There’s Evidence of Low-Frequency Gravitational Waves
Jul 04, 2023
The Huge Power and Potential Danger of AI-Generated Code
Jul 03, 2023
This Hurricane Season Depends on a Showdown in the Atlantic
Jun 30, 2023
Elon Musk Seeks Support Against Rules on Free Speech Online
Jun 29, 2023
Health Care Isn’t the Key to a Healthy Population
Jun 28, 2023
The US Is Exporting Anti-LGBTQ Hate Online
Jun 27, 2023
Millionaires Are Begging Governments to Tax Them More
Jun 26, 2023
A Russia-Based Hacking Rampage Hits US Agencies and Exposes Millions
Jun 23, 2023
China’s ChatGPT Opportunists, and Grifters, Are Hard at Work
Jun 22, 2023
The Tiny Physics Behind Immense Cosmic Eruptions
Jun 21, 2023
The UK Is a Hot Country. It’s Time to Build Like It
Jun 20, 2023
Stack Overflow Didn’t Ask How Bad Its Gender Problem Is This Year
Jun 19, 2023
Good News! China and the US Are Talking About AI Dangers
Jun 16, 2023
An Anti-Porn App Put a Man in Jail and His Family Under Surveillance
Jun 15, 2023
Ocean Currents Are Slowing, With Potentially Devastating Effects
Jun 14, 2023
This Surveillance System Tracks Inmates Down to Their Heart Rate
Jun 13, 2023
All the Ways AI Chatbots Can Help You Land a Job
Jun 12, 2023
To Make a Greener Building, Start With an Old One
Jun 09, 2023
Bankrupt Crypto Companies Are Fighting Over a Dwindling Pot of Money
Jun 08, 2023
People Let a Startup Put a Brain Implant in Their Skulls - for 15 Minutes
Jun 07, 2023
When Not to Treat Cancer
Jun 06, 2023
NASA’s Year-Long Mars Simulation Is a Test of Mental Mettle
Jun 05, 2023
They Plugged GPT-4 Into Minecraft and Unearthed New Potential for AI
Jun 02, 2023
Molly White Tracks Crypto Scams. It’s Going Just Great
Jun 01, 2023
For Some Autistic People, ChatGPT Is a Lifeline
May 31, 2023
How to Make Meetings Shorter (for Real)
May 30, 2023
Internal Report Suggests Security Lapses at Hacked Crypto Exchange Bitfinex
May 29, 2023
Humanoid Robots Are Coming of Age
May 26, 2023
How NASA Plans to Melt the Moon—and Build on Mars
May 25, 2023
Massive Sails Power Ships Like Never Before
May 24, 2023
Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino Is Teetering on the Glass Cliff
May 23, 2023
ChatGPT Now Has an iPhone App
May 22, 2023
The True Cost of a Free TV
May 19, 2023
The Post Office Is Spying on the Mail. Senators Want to Stop It
May 18, 2023
The Pandemic Isn't Over. Here's How to Stay Safe
May 17, 2023
More Penguins Than Europeans Can Use Google Bard
May 16, 2023
Should You Get Paid for Teaching a Chatbot to Do Your Job?
May 15, 2023
The Boring Future of Generative AI
May 12, 2023
Twitter’s Purge of Old Accounts Will Be Pure Chaos
May 11, 2023
The Far North Is Burning—and Turning Up the Heat on the Planet
May 10, 2023
Your Twitter Feed Sucks Now. These Free Add-Ons Can Help
May 09, 2023
Yet Another Problem With Recycling: It Spews Microplastics
May 08, 2023
Joe Biden Wants Hackers’ Help to Keep AI Chatbots In Check
May 05, 2023
Twitter Rival Bluesky Has a Nudes Problem
May 04, 2023
NSA Cybersecurity Director Says ‘Buckle Up’ for Generative AI
May 03, 2023
How ChatGPT and Other LLMs Work and Where They Could Go Next
May 02, 2023
An SEC Dissenter Says the Regulator Must Ease Off Crypto
May 01, 2023
6 Tips for Using ChatGPT to Brainstorm Better
Apr 28, 2023
A Fatal Bear Attack Fuels a Fight Over Rewilding
Apr 27, 2023
The Internet That Tucker Carlson Built
Apr 26, 2023
Hacker Group Names Are Now Absurdly Out of Control
Apr 25, 2023
The War on Passwords Enters a Chaotic New Phase
Apr 24, 2023
SpaceX’s Starship Explodes During First Orbital Test Flight
Apr 21, 2023
Some Glimpse AGI in ChatGPT. Others Call It a Mirage
Apr 20, 2023
Covid Exposure Apps Are Headed for a Mass Extinction Event
Apr 19, 2023
Montana’s Looming TikTok Ban Is a Dangerous Tipping Point
Apr 18, 2023
The US Wants to Close an ‘SUV Loophole’ That Supersized Cars
Apr 17, 2023
What the End of HBO Max—and the Rise of ‘Max’—Means for Streaming
Apr 14, 2023
A European Space Probe Sets Its Sights on the Jupiter System
Apr 13, 2023
The Race to Decarbonize America Needs More Workers
Apr 12, 2023
Lyft’s Vibe Shift Signals the End of the Gig Economy Dream
Apr 11, 2023
America’s Tornadoes Are Evolving, Fast
Apr 10, 2023
AI Video Generators Are Nearing a Crucial Tipping Point
Apr 07, 2023
Palantir’s Plan to Decipher the Mysteries of Long Covid
Apr 06, 2023
A Toxic Time Bomb Is Ticking in the Arctic
Apr 05, 2023
Trump’s Indictment Marks a Historic Reckoning
Apr 04, 2023
Your Next Landlord Could Be 100 Random People
Apr 03, 2023
Russia Is Waging War on Ukraine’s Hospitals
Mar 31, 2023
The Trans-American Race to Build Chargers for Electric Trucks
Mar 30, 2023
What Time Is It on the Moon?
Mar 29, 2023
Crypto Was Afraid to Show Its Face at SXSW 2023
Mar 28, 2023
The Fight to Expose Corporations’ Real Impact on the Climate
Mar 27, 2023
TikTok Paid for Influencers to Attend the Pro-TikTok Rally in DC
Mar 24, 2023
The TikTok CEO’s Face-Off With Congress Is Doomed
Mar 23, 2023
Is Crypto a Security? A US Judge Is About to Decide
Mar 22, 2023
What Lit the Lamps That Let Humanity Measure the Universe
Mar 21, 2023
In Bulgaria, Russian Trolls Are Winning the Information War
Mar 20, 2023
Musicians, Machines, and the AI-Powered Future of Sound
Mar 17, 2023
Cars That Watch Their Drivers Could Reteach the World to Drive
Mar 16, 2023
Silicon Valley Bank’s Failure Deals a Blow to Europe’s Startups
Mar 15, 2023
The Case for Regulating Platform Design
Mar 14, 2023
Get Ready to Meet the ChatGPT Clones
Mar 13, 2023
Amazon’s HQ2 Aimed to Show Tech Can Boost Cities. Now It’s on Pause
Mar 10, 2023
Immersive Video Games Are Coming to a Theater Near You
Mar 09, 2023
China’s ChatGPT Black Market Is Thriving
Mar 08, 2023
Startups Want to Cash In on the US Student Debt Crisis
Mar 07, 2023
Welcome to the Museum of the Future AI Apocalypse
Mar 06, 2023
Help, My Therapist Is Also an Influencer!
Mar 03, 2023
The Mountain Village in the Path of India’s Electric Dreams
Mar 02, 2023
Face Recognition Software Led to His Arrest. It Was Dead Wrong
Mar 01, 2023
The Amazonification of Buying a New Car
Feb 28, 2023
The Original Dive Watch Gets a 3-Hour Makeover
Feb 27, 2023
Batteries Are Ukraine’s Secret Weapon Against Russia
Feb 24, 2023
Conspiracy Theorists Are Coming for the 15-Minute CityConspiracy Theorists Are Coming for the 15-Minute City
Feb 23, 2023
Workers Are Dying in the EV Industry’s ‘Tainted’ City
Feb 22, 2023
Heat Pumps Sell Like Hotcakes on America’s Oil-Rich Frontier
Feb 21, 2023
Chatbots Got Big—and Their Ethical Red Flags Got Bigger
Feb 20, 2023
The Bird Flu Outbreak Has Taken an Ominous Turn
Feb 17, 2023
The Ohio Train Derailment Created a Perfect TikTok Storm
Feb 16, 2023
The More You Look for Spy Balloons, the More UFOs You’ll Find
Feb 15, 2023
Pig Butchering Scams Are Evolving Fast
Feb 14, 2023
The FBI’s Most Controversial Surveillance Tool Is Under Threat
Feb 13, 2023
This Fake Skin Fools Mosquitoes—to Fight the Diseases They Spread
Feb 10, 2023
A Crucial Group of Covid Drugs Has Stopped Working
Feb 09, 2023
Microsoft Taps ChatGPT to Boost Bing—and Beat Google
Feb 08, 2023
The Taliban Can’t Stop TikTok
Feb 07, 2023
Boeing’s 747 Should Have Been Retired Years Ago
Feb 06, 2023
The Case for Outsourcing Morality to AI
Feb 03, 2023
The Last Drug That Can Fight Gonorrhea Is Starting to Falter
Feb 02, 2023
ChatGPT Is Making Universities Rethink Plagiarism
Feb 01, 2023
The Case of the Incredibly Long-Lived Mouse Cells
Jan 31, 2023
Big Tech Is Really Bad at Firing People
Jan 30, 2023
ChatGPT Is Coming for Classrooms. Don't Panic
Jan 27, 2023
Airlines and Cattle Farmers Have Beef With Google’s Climate Math
Jan 26, 2023
China Is the World’s Biggest Face Recognition Dealer
Jan 25, 2023
Easily Distracted? You Need to Think Like a Medieval Monk
Jan 24, 2023
Big Tech Is Playing it Safe on Iran. Workers Are Taking Charge
Jan 23, 2023
A Damning US Report Lays Bare Amazon’s Worker Injury Crisis
Jan 20, 2023
It’s Getting Too Hot to Make Snow
Jan 19, 2023
Big Tech’s Layoffs Highlight How the US Fails Immigrant Workers
Jan 18, 2023
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The Quest to Treat Binge-Eating and Addiction—With Brain Zaps
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War Is an Ecological Disaster—but Ukraine Can Build Back Greener
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US Chip Sanctions ‘Kneecap’ China’s Tech Industry
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A Danish City Built Google Into Its Schools—Then Banned It
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US Lawmakers Push Tech Firms on Abortion Benefits for Gig Workers
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Monkeypox Cases in the US Are Falling. No One Knows Why
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The Mystery of Why Some People Don’t Get Covid
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The Tricky Ethics of Being a Teacher on TikTok
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‘Date Me’ Google Docs and the Hyper-Optimized Quest for Love
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Twitter Finally Gets an Edit Button
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NASA Delays the Launch of Its Giant Moon-bound Rocket
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Humans Are Revisiting the Moon—and the Rules of Spacefaring
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Polio Is Back in the US and UK. Here’s How That Happened
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The Twitter Whistleblower Plays Right Into Elon Musk’s Hands
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Google Search Is Quietly Damaging Democracy
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Europe’s Plan to Wean Itself off Russian Gas Just Might Work
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Google’s New Robot Learned to Take Orders by Scraping the Web
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Police Used a Baby’s DNA to Investigate Its Father for a Crime
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The Chaotic Monkeypox Vaccine Pipeline Is Leaving Everyone Short
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The Origins of Covid-19 Are More Complicated Than Once Thought
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Russia’s War in Ukraine Reveals More Problems in Space
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There’s a Monkeypox Testing Bottleneck
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Carbon Offsets Alone Won’t Make Flying Climate-Friendly
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Twitter Has Entered the Elon Musk Twilight Zone
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The Danger of License Plate Readers in Post-Roe America
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Permanent Birth Control Is in Demand in the US—but Hard to Get
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Climate Change Breaks Plant Immune Systems. Can They Be Rebooted?
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Worker-Owned Apps Are Redefining the Sharing Economy
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China Is Tightening Its Grip on Big Tech
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‘Supercookies’ Have Privacy Experts Sounding the Alarm
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China Built Your iPhone. Will It Build Your Next Car?
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In Russia, Western Planes Are Falling Apart
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Cops Will Be Able to Scan Your Fingerprints With a Phone
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Canada Moves to Decriminalize Possession of ‘Hard’ Drugs
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Sheryl Sandberg and the Death of ‘The Deal’
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‘Thinkwashing’ Keeps People From Taking Action in Times of Crisis
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Are TikTok Algorithms Changing How People Talk About Suicide?
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The Mystery of China’s Sudden Warnings About US Hackers
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Researchers Made Ultracold Quantum Bubbles on the Space Station
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The Mystery of Monkeypox’s Global Spread
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The Online Spider Market Is Massive—and Crawling With Issues
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The Almighty Squabble Over Who Gets to Name Microbes
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The US Military Is Building Its Own Metaverse
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The Post-Roe Battleground for Abortion Pills Will Be Your Mailbox
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How One Company Helps Keep Russia’s TV Propaganda Machine Online
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Thousands of Popular Websites See What You Type—Before You Hit Submit
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The Ramifications of Roe v. Wade’s Fall Won’t Stop at Abortion Bans
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Small Drones Are Giving Ukraine an Unprecedented Edge
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Everything’s a WeWork Now
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When the Next Covid Wave Breaks, the US Won’t Be Able to Spot It
Apr 28, 2022
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Extreme Heat Is a Disease for Cities. Treat It That Way
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Netflix Struggles to Hold Its Place in the Streaming Wars
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An ‘Explosion’ of Anti-Ukraine Disinformation Is Hitting Moldova
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Cryptocurrency Is Funding Ukraine's Defense—and Its Hacktivists
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It's Not Just the IRS—the US Government Wants Your Selfies
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The Feds Plan to Reduce Roadway Deaths—With Smarter Road Design
Jan 28, 2022
Gibraltar Could Launch the World’s First Crypto Stock Exchange
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The EU Has a Plan to Fix Internet Privacy: Be More Like Apple
Jan 26, 2022
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Jan 25, 2022
The US Refuses to Fall in Love With Electric Cars
Jan 24, 2022
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Now You Can Rent a Robot Worker—for Less Than Paying a Human
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Inside the Student-Led Covid Walkouts
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Google's Alleged Scheme to Corner the Online Ad Market
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Jan 14, 2022
The Antitrust Case Against Facebook Draws Blood
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A New Document Reveals More of Google's Anti-Union Strategy
Jan 11, 2022
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Scientists Settled a Century-Old Family Drama Using DNA From Postcards
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Jan 04, 2022
The Year Everyone Remembered That Chips Matter
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In 2021, Gaming Was Crucial and Also a Privilege
Dec 28, 2021
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Dec 23, 2021
Smartphones Are a New Tax on the Poor
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2021 Was Bound to Be a Year of Pop Culture Disappointments
Dec 21, 2021
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Dec 20, 2021
The US Is Gently Discouraging States From Building New Highways
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For Queer Communities, Being Counted Has Downsides
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Upside Foods Sues an Ex-Employee Over Secret Lab-Grown Meat Tech
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The Real Reason Hold Music Bothers You So Much
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E-Scooters Are Everywhere in Europe. So Are Grisly Accidents
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Biden outlines the US’ winter pandemic strategy, Germany introduces new restrictions, and scientists uncover a potential cause of blood clots from AstraZeneca shots — Tech in Two
Dec 03, 2021
The Escapist Fantasy of NFT Games Is Capitalism — Tech in Two
Dec 02, 2021
Online Gaming Is the New Therapist’s Office — Tech in Two
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The WHO flags the Omicron variant, new Covid drugs could change the pandemic, and Austria’s surge is a warning — Tech in Two
Nov 30, 2021
The case *against* spoiler alerts — Tech in Two
Nov 29, 2021
It's Time to Fear the Fungi — Tech in Two
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Netflix’s new top 10 lists feel like a grasp for relevance — Tech in Two
Nov 22, 2021
Germany tightens restrictions, Biden invests in vaccine manufacturing, and the Philippines clears Novavax’s shot — Tech in Two
Nov 19, 2021
Apple Finally Makes It Easier to Repair Your Own iPhone — Tech in Two
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Used EVs Are in Hotter Demand Than Ever — Tech in Two
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Cases surge in Europe, governments offer kids incentives to get their shots, and the UK expands booster eligibility — Tech in Two
Nov 16, 2021
Doom’s creator goes after ‘Doomscroll’ — Tech in Two
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US kids start getting their shots, cases and deaths rise in Europe, and Moderna’s vaccine leads to fewer breakthroughs — Tech in Two
Nov 12, 2021
The Long Search for a Computer That Speaks Your Mind — Tech in Two
Nov 11, 2021
The Hidden Dangers of 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Apps — Tech in Two
Nov 10, 2021
Tourists reenter the US now that the pandemic travel ban has lifted; An appeals court pauses the vaccine mandate for large businesses; Cases surge in Germany amid a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” — Tech in Two
Nov 09, 2021
Pfizer says its Covid treatment is effective, NYC kids will reap vaccine rewards, and Vienna devises a plan for inoculating kids — Tech in Two
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The Guide for the Next Decade of Space Research Just Dropped — Tech in Two
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The CDC signs off on shots for kids, the WHO approves another vaccine, and the Netherlands reintroduces masks — Tech in Two
Nov 04, 2021
These Companies Are Already Living in Zuckerberg’s Metaverse — Tech in Two
Nov 03, 2021
Merck’s antiviral shows promise, the global death toll hits a grim milestone, and researchers look at universal coronavirus vaccines— Tech in Two
Nov 02, 2021
Iowa passes a mandate exemption bill, an antidepressant shows promise for treating Covid-19, and Tonga records its first case — Tech in Two
Nov 01, 2021
Facebook Is Going Meta — Tech in Two
Oct 29, 2021
An FDA panel signs off on kids’ vaccines, Merck will share its Covid pill formula, and the CDC says some people can get four shots — Tech in Two
Oct 28, 2021
Huge Indoor Ocean Created in Groundbreaking Simulator — Tech in Two
Oct 27, 2021
Moderna says its shot is safe for kids, China reimposes restrictions, and EU regulators look at Merck’s oral drug — Tech in Two
Oct 26, 2021
More boosters are approved, kids’ shots prove effective, and more countries open up — Tech in Two
Oct 25, 2021
Facebook Can't Hide Its Problems Behind a New Name — Tech in Two
Oct 22, 2021
The CDC considers more boosters, Biden plans for kids’ shots, and New York City unveils an employee vaccine mandate — Tech in Two
Oct 21, 2021
Apple Finally Remembered What Makes Laptops Great — Tech in Two
Oct 20, 2021
A Chicago judge weighs in on the vaccine mandate for police, cases in Japan drop, and Colin Powell dies of Covid — Tech in Two
Oct 19, 2021
The FDA backs additional doses, international travel restrictions end, and vaccine mandate rules progress — Tech in Two
Oct 18, 2021
Facebook's Fall From Grace Looks a Lot Like Ford's — Tech in Two
Oct 15, 2021
Regulators weigh boosters, the US plans to reopen land borders, and airlines uphold vaccine mandates — Tech in Two
Oct 14, 2021
A new Covid pill seeks FDA approval, Sydney emerges from lockdown, and unvaccinated patients risk moving down transplant waitlists — Tech in Two
Oct 12, 2021
Shots for kids near approval, more vaccine mandates go into effect, and US pandemic strategy evolves — Tech in Two
Oct 11, 2021
School laptops are surveilling students — Tech in Two
Oct 08, 2021
Biden expands testing, religious vaccine exemptions create confusion, and one hospital requires shots for organ donation — Tech in Two
Oct 07, 2021
Religious Exemptions for Vaccine Mandates Shouldn't Exist — Tech in Two
Oct 06, 2021
Johnson & Johnson plans for boosters, California will mandate shots in schools, and New Zealand adopts a new pandemic strategy — Tech in Two
Oct 05, 2021
A shot for kids moves forward, vaccine mandates go into effect, and new treatments show promise — Tech in Two
Oct 04, 2021
How Google geofence warrants helped catch Capitol rioters— Tech in Two
Oct 01, 2021
A shot for kids moves toward approval, unexpected animals aid Covid research, and YouTube cracks down on vaccine misinformation — Tech in Two
Sep 30, 2021
Humans Can't Be the Sole Keepers of Scientific Knowledge — Tech in Two
Sep 29, 2021
Vaccinating kids remains a top priority, New York hits a vaccine mandate deadline, and Novavax seeks WHO approval — Tech in Two
Sep 28, 2021
CDC director endorses boosters, New York hospitals prep for mandates, and African leaders condemn vaccine inequity — Tech in Two
Sep 27, 2021
The Long-Lost Tale of an 18th-Century Tsunami, as Told by Trees — Tech in Two
Sep 24, 2021
J&J says boosters enhance protection, the US donates more shots, and Germany introduces rules to encourage vaccination — Tech in Two
Sep 23, 2021
Why Does Asthma Get Worse at Night? — Tech in Two
Sep 22, 2021
Pfizer and BioNTech say their vaccine works in kids, the US relaxes travel restrictions, and American Samoa has its first case — Tech in Two
Sep 21, 2021
The FDA mulls boosters, states dispute vaccine mandates, and the US reaches yet another grim milestone — Tech in Two
Sep 20, 2021
An Outdated Grid Has Created a Solar Power Economic Divide — Tech in Two
Sep 17, 2021
America hits a grim milestone, Biden reassesses antibody treatment distribution, and French workers hit a vaccine deadline — Tech in Two
Sep 16, 2021
Psychologists Are Learning What Religion Has Known for Years — Tech in Two
Sep 15, 2021
Some scientists push back on boosters, NYC schools fully reopen, and a flawed pandemic origin story gathers steam — Tech in Two
Sep 14, 2021
Biden announces additional mandates, researchers probe new shots and treatments, and global vaccine distribution falters — Tech in Two
Sep 13, 2021
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Sep 10, 2021
Studies investigate new drugs for mild cases, Idaho hospitals ration beds, and South Korea grapples with high case counts — Tech in Two
Sep 09, 2021
Why Tesla Is Designing Chips to Train Its Self-Driving Tech — Tech in Two
Sep 08, 2021
Reddit users protest misinformation, pediatric cases trend upward, and countries change travel advisories — Tech in Two
Sep 06, 2021
Twitch and Reddit protests may be only the beginning — Tech in Two
Sep 03, 2021
Facebook Quietly Makes a Big Admission — Tech in Two
Sep 02, 2021
What If Aliens’ Quantum Computers Explain Dark Energy? — Tech in Two
Sep 01, 2021
Delta puts kids at risk, the EU restricts US travel, and India’s vaccine supply grows — Tech in Two
Aug 31, 2021
The US decides on vaccine approvals and boosters, more institutions add mandates, and drugmakers navigate international distribution — Tech in Two
Aug 30, 2021
OnlyFans' porn ban reversal doesn't reassure creators — Tech in Two
Aug 27, 2021
Johnson & Johnson boosters, an inconclusive report on the virus’s origins, and an expanded state of emergency in Japan — Tech in Two
Aug 26, 2021
Gavin Newsom’s Recall Election Divides Silicon Valley’s Elite — Tech in Two
Aug 25, 2021
The FDA fully approves Pfizer and BioNTech’s shot, experts question boosters, and the FDA warns against using Ivermectin — Tech in Two
Aug 24, 2021
Biden announces boosters for all Americans, more schools mandate masks and shots, and the US keeps its land borders closed — Tech in Two
Aug 23, 2021
How an Obscure Green Bay Packers Site Became the Biggest Thing on Facebook — Tech in Two
Aug 20, 2021
The Biden Administration announces booster shots, Texas prepares for more deaths, and New Zealand locks down — Tech in Two
Aug 19, 2021
Handhelds Still Aren't Designed for Disabled Gamers — Tech in Two
Aug 18, 2021
Extra doses are approved for some, LA and Chicago schools require teacher vaccinations, and Texas’ Supreme Court upholds the ban on mask mandates — Tech in Two
Aug 17, 2021
Cases rise among kids, new mask and vaccine mandates go into effect, and the FDA authorizes booster shots for some — Tech in Two
Aug 16, 2021
A mammoth tusk reveals a woolly (and unprecedented) tale — Tech in Two
Aug 13, 2021
More children are being hospitalized with Covid, judges say Texas leaders can require masks, and Iran battles another surge — Tech in Two
Aug 12, 2021
Inside the NYPD's secret fund for surveillance tool — Tech in Two
Aug 11, 2021
The US surpasses 100,000 cases, schools navigate reopening amid outbreaks, and France extends use of its health pass — Tech in Two
Aug 10, 2021
Even small volcanic eruptions could create global chaos — Tech in Two
Aug 09, 2021
Messaging Apps Have an Eavesdropping Problem — Tech in Two
Aug 06, 2021
Watch a hacker hijack a hotel's lights, fans, and beds — Tech in Two
Aug 05, 2021
Why Even the Fastest Human Can’t Outrun Your House Cat — Tech in Two
Aug 04, 2021
How to make the air in your home more breathable — Tech in Two
Aug 03, 2021
The privacy battle Apple isn’t fighting — Tech in Two
Aug 02, 2021
The Dam Is Breaking on Vaccine Mandates — Tech in Two
Jul 30, 2021
Extreme heat could also mean power and water shortages — Tech in Two
Jul 29, 2021
Hundreds of ways to get s#!+ done, and we still don’t — Tech in Two
Jul 28, 2021
NYC will require vaccines or tests for city workers, France mandates health passes, and Covid numbers rise in Florida — Tech in Two
Jul 27, 2021
The pandemic Olympics, vaccine misinformation, and reinstated Covid-19 passes — Tech in Two
Jul 26, 2021
The FTC votes unanimously to enforce right to repair — Tech in Two
Jul 23, 2021
NYC mandates vaccinations or testing for hospital workers, cases rise in Tokyo, and the White House reports breakthrough infections — Tech in Two
Jul 22, 2021
Jeff Bezos goes to space — Tech in Two
Jul 21, 2021
New outbreaks in Missouri and Arkansas, England’s reopening, and cases among Olympians — Tech in Two
Jul 20, 2021
Vaccinating children spurs controversy, the Delta variant fuels a global surge, and drugmakers and countries consider boosters — Tech in Two
Jul 19, 2021
As Travel Rebounds, Airlines Are Figuring It Out on the Fly — Tech in Two
Jul 16, 2021
Tennessee fires its top vaccine official, the WHO opposes booster shots, and 92 are killed in a Covid ward fire in Iraq — Tech in Two
Jul 15, 2021
A son is rescued at sea. But what happened to his mother? — Tech in Two
Jul 14, 2021
England plans to end its lockdown, Israel offers booster shots, and Malta bars unvaccinated visitors — Tech in Two
Jul 13, 2021
The Olympics bars spectators, the Delta variant continues to spread, and Pfizer plans for boosters and third doses — Tech in Two
Jul 12, 2021
Inmates, doctors, and the battle over trans medical care — Tech in Two
Jul 09, 2021
Other viruses return as Covid protections wane, a Covid-19 response team heads to Missouri, and experts look at the pandemic’s impact on sleep — Tech in Two
Jul 08, 2021
The pandemic changed sleep habits. Maybe that's a good thing — Tech in Two
Jul 07, 2021
How fringe stem cell treatments won allies on the far right — Tech in Two
Jul 02, 2021
Los Angeles recommends masks for everyone, seven Australian cities lock down, and Kim Jong Un speaks of a “grave incident” in North Korea— Tech in Two
Jul 01, 2021
The antitrust case against Facebook is very much alive — Tech in Two
Jun 30, 2021
Australia battles a new outbreak, research suggests mRNA vaccines work well over time, and Bangladesh prepares for its return to lockdown — Tech in Two
Jun 29, 2021
Vaccination rates slow in the US, new variants gain traction, and travel picks up among Americans — Tech in Two
Jun 28, 2021
A well-meaning feature leaves millions of Dell PCs vulnerable — Tech in Two
Jun 25, 2021
America misses Biden’s vaccine goal, new startups cater to remote workers, and Fauci warns about the threat of the Delta variant — Tech in Two
Jun 24, 2021
He Thought He Could Outfox the Gig Economy — Tech in Two
Jun 23, 2021
The Tokyo Olympics will allow fans, the US sends vaccines to Taiwan, and cases rise in Indonesia — Tech in Two
Jun 22, 2021
The Cl0p bust shows exactly why ransomware isn't going away — Tech in Two
Jun 21, 2021
The lithium mine versus the wildflower — Tech in Two
Jun 18, 2021
US deaths top 600,000, the immunosuppressed navigate vaccine challenges, and the EU prepares to allow American travelers — Tech in Two
Jun 17, 2021
Apple Says It's Time to Digitize Your ID, Ready or Not — Tech in Two
Jun 16, 2021
Novavax says its vaccine is safe and effective, England puts off fully reopening, and a federal judge weighs in on workplace vaccine mandates — Tech in Two
Jun 15, 2021
The FDA tells J&J to toss 60 million doses, Moderna requests authorization for younger teens, and two passengers aboard a cruise test positive for Covid-19 — Tech in Two
Jun 14, 2021
How 'Roblox' became a playground for virtual fascists — Tech in Two
Jun 11, 2021
Mastercard Foundation steps in to aid African vaccine distribution, US traffic patterns shift post-lockdown, and the Delta variant gains traction in the US — Tech in Two
Jun 10, 2021
What really happened when Google ousted Timnit Gebru — Tech in Two
Jun 09, 2021
India’s government steps up vaccination efforts, Covid brings automation to the workplace, and vaccination rates fall in the US — Tech in Two
Jun 08, 2021
New incentives boost vaccinations, the US starts sending out surplus doses, and the EU begins using Covid travel certificates — Tech in Two
Jun 07, 2021
They rage-quit the school system and they're not going back — Tech in Two
Jun 04, 2021
The UK plans a pandemic radar system, the US says it will send shots to Latin America, and the Covid lab leak theory weaponizes uncertainty — Tech in Two
Jun 03, 2021
Inside Silicon Valley's mayo marketing madness — Tech in Two
Jun 02, 2021
Sleep evolved before brains. Hydras are living proof — Tech in Two
Jun 01, 2021
The US hits a new vaccination milestone, Pfizer-BioNTech offers shots to India, and Japan extends its state of emergency — Tech in Two
May 31, 2021
One Man’s Amazing Journey to the Center of the Bowling Ball — Tech in Two
May 28, 2021
Pressure mounts for vaccine passports, Moderna says its vaccine is effective in young teens, and a CDC report finds breakthrough infections are rare — Tech in Two
May 27, 2021
The uncertain future of Revel's zippy mopeds — Tech in Two
May 26, 2021
Large therapeutics trials resume, Pfizer launches a new booster study, and NYC eliminates remote learning for next school year — Tech in Two
May 25, 2021
Drugmakers strike new vaccine deals, the EU expands travel policies, and Japan fights a new surge — Tech in Two
May 24, 2021
The full story of the stunning RSA hack can finally be told — Tech in Two
May 21, 2021
India’s death toll breaks global records, the EU approves some travelers, and cases rise in parts of Asia — Tech in Two
May 20, 2021
The Arecibo Observatory was like family. I couldn't save it — Tech in Two
May 19, 2021
India’s surge impacts Covax distribution, US manufacturers adapt to increasing imports, and Japan expands its state of emergency — Tech in Two
May 18, 2021
The CDC issues new guidance for people who are vaccinated, young teens start getting shots, and the pandemic rages in South Asia — Tech In Two
May 17, 2021
The teeny, tiny scientific screwup that helped Covid kill — Tech in Two
May 14, 2021
A CDC panel meets to approve vaccinating young teens, the WHO reclassifies a variant spreading in India, and ride-share apps will help Americans get vaccinated — Tech in Two
May 13, 2021
DarkSide ransomware hit Colonial Pipeline and created an unholy mess — Tech in Two
May 12, 2021
Prime Minister Modi faces lockdown pressure, the EU says it won’t renew its AstraZeneca contract, and the UK continues its reopening — Tech in Two
May 11, 2021
Pfizer seeks full FDA approval, the US supports waiving IP protections for vaccines, and people in India struggle to get the aid they need — Tech in Two
May 10, 2021
Why Section 230, the web's most sacred law, is a false idol — Tech in Two
May 07, 2021
Vaccines for young teens, new pandemic prevention plans, and positive cases at a G7 meeting — Tech in Two
May 06, 2021
They told their therapists everything. Hackers leaked it all — Tech in Two
May 05, 2021
India holds elections amid its devastating outbreak, the COVAX initiative receives more shots, and Hong Kong plans mandatory vaccinations for workers — Tech in Two
May 04, 2021
The US readies itself for post-vaccine life, case counts in India reach new highs, and vaccine negotiations continue around the world — Tech in Two
May 03, 2021
At Pixar, artists use hyper-color to hack your brain — Tech in Two
Apr 30, 2021
The CDC releases new guidelines for vaccinated people, the EU makes a deal with Pfizer, and West Virginia offers new vaccine incentives — Tech in Two
Apr 29, 2021
On social media, American-style free speech is dead — Tech in Two
Apr 28, 2021
Covid lockdowns prevented other infections, the EU plans to allow vaccinated travelers, and the US offers help to India — Tech in Two
Apr 27, 2021
The CDC reviews Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine, India’s case count reaches record highs, and the US expands its Do Not Travel list — Tech in Two
Apr 26, 2021
Palestinian hackers tricked victims into installing iOS spyware — Tech in Two
Apr 23, 2021
J&J resumes its EU rollout, an FDA inspection finds issues at a Baltimore plant, and the situation in India continues to worsen — Tech in Two
Apr 22, 2021
They hacked McDonald’s ice cream machines and started a cold war — Tech in Two
Apr 21, 2021
The US reaches a new vaccination milestone, Delhi goes into lockdown, and researchers examine PPE litter — Tech in Two
Apr 20, 2021
The pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine continues, the CEO of Pfizer talks boosters, and variants fuel Covid-19 surges — Tech in Two
Apr 19, 2021
Google Earth now shows you our planet’s slow deterioration — Tech in Two
Apr 16, 2021
Who let the Doge out? The cryptocurrency is as nutty as ever — Tech in Two
Apr 15, 2021
New vulnerabilities expose 100 million IoT devices worldwide — Tech in Two
Apr 14, 2021
A Chinese official admits low vaccine efficacy, new Covid-19 misinformation spreads on Facebook in Arabic, and massive crowds gather in India despite rising cases — Tech in Two
Apr 13, 2021
Researchers trace new variants in Africa, cases surge in India, and US vaccine rollout progresses even with snags — Tech in Two
Apr 12, 2021
My dream of the great unbundling — Tech in Two
Apr 09, 2021
Biden moves up the vaccine eligibility deadline, the UK maps its path to reopening, and California aims to ease restrictions by mid-June — Tech in Two
Apr 08, 2021
I called off my wedding, but the internet will never forget — Tech in Two
Apr 07, 2021
Johnson & Johnson takes over its contractor plant, cases soar in India, and trials begin for a low-cost vaccine — Tech in Two
Apr 06, 2021
The efficacy of vaccines in the real world, updated travel guidelines for the inoculated, and yet another rise in cases worldwide — Tech in Two
Apr 05, 2021
When the boss of all dating apps met the pandemic — Tech in Two
Apr 02, 2021
Pfizer says its vaccine protects younger teens, WHO head expresses concern about report on the origins of Covid-19, and case counts rise among younger people — Tech in Two
Apr 01, 2021
Blood, poop, and violence: YouTube has a creepy 'Minecraft' problem — Tech in Two
Mar 31, 2021
The White House calls on the private sector for vaccine passports, the CDC extends the national eviction ban, and the WHO report dismisses lab leak hypothesis — Tech in Two
Mar 30, 2021
President Biden sets a new vaccination goal, Europe curbs its vaccine exports, and experts caution against a hasty return to “normal.” — Tech in Two
Mar 29, 2021
A boy, his brain, and a decades-long medical controversy — Tech in Two
Mar 26, 2021
Officials say AstraZeneca released outdated data, the European Commission curbs vaccine exports, and a federal survey highlights inequity in pandemic schooling — Tech in Two
Mar 25, 2021
How audio pros 'upmix' vintage tracks and give them new life — Tech in Two
Mar 24, 2021
AstraZeneca releases preliminary US data, Miami Beach responds to pandemic spring breakers, and experts call for surveilling virus spillback — Tech in Two
Mar 23, 2021
Biden meets his vaccination target, the CDC says students can be 3 feet apart, and cases surge in Europe — Tech in Two
Mar 22, 2021
The out-of-control rise of Clubhouse — Tech in Two
Mar 19, 2021
Mississippi offers vaccines to all adults, Moderna studies shot efficacy in children, and some states work to vaccinate incarcerated people — Tech in Two
Mar 18, 2021
Wikipedia is finally asking Big Tech to pay up — Tech in Two
Mar 17, 2021
Case counts rise in Europe, Facebook plans new vaccine initiatives, and air travel is on the rise — Tech in Two
Mar 16, 2021
The pandemic has raged for a year, vaccine trials contend with approved shots, and Biden signs a $1.9 trillion relief bill — Tech in Two
Mar 15, 2021
A scared mom's quest to overcome a genetic curse and 'fix' embryos” — Tech in Two
Mar 12, 2021
Biden seeks a deal for 100 million more Johnson & Johnson doses, wealthy nations hoard shots, and travel groups advocate for Covid-19 “passports.” — Tech in Two
Mar 11, 2021
Sci-fi writer or prophet? The hyperreal life of Chen Quifan Inbox — Tech in Two
Mar 10, 2021
CDC says vaccinated people can gather, NYC plans to reopen high schools, and the Senate passes the Covid-19 relief bill — Tech in Two
Mar 09, 2021
The first Johnson & Johnson shots are administered, some states begin opening prematurely, and new variants demand vigilance — Tech in Two
Mar 08, 2021
Adoption moved to Facebook and a war began — Tech in Two
Mar 05, 2021
Biden projects US vaccine supply increase, states roll back restrictions, and more — Tech in Two
Mar 04, 2021
A fancy new imaging technique sees through old booby-trapped letters — Tech in Two
Mar 03, 2021
J&J shot is approved, House passes Covid aid bill, and more — Tech in Two
Mar 02, 2021
Vaccine deliveries to speed up in the US, experts look at the full scope of vaccine protection, and international Covax shipments begin — Tech in Two
Mar 01, 2021
Sex tapes, hush money, and Hollywood's secret economy — Tech in Two
Feb 26, 2021
FDA says J&J's shot prevents serious cases of Covid-19, Ghana receives vaccines through the WHO’s Covax program, and more stories — Tech in Two
Feb 25, 2021
How to remember a disaster without being shattered by it — Tech in Two
Feb 24, 2021
US deaths surpass 500k, Israeli report suggests Pfizer vaccine is reducing infections, and more — Tech in Two
Feb 23, 2021
Vaccinations continue across the country amid weather complications, the US expands genome sequencing, and vaccine distribution takes shape worldwide — Tech in Two
Feb 22, 2021
Birders' tweets are creating a stir online — Tech in Two
Feb 19, 2021
Biden administration ups vaccine shipments, WHO researchers return from China, and more — Tech in Two
Feb 18, 2021
Scientists accidentally discover strange creatures under a half mile of ice — Tech in Two
Feb 17, 2021
Billionaires see VR as a way to avoid radical social change — Tech in Two
Feb 16, 2021
America makes deals for more vaccines, the CDC refines mask guidance, and school districts begin reopening — Tech in Two
Feb 15, 2021
Premature babies and the lonely terror of a pandemic ICU — Tech in Two
Feb 12, 2021
CDC releases new mask guidance, vaccine scams spread, and more — Tech in Two
Feb 11, 2021
A hacker tried to poison a Florida city's water supply — Tech in Two
Feb 10, 2021
South Africa halts AstraZeneca rollout, UK variant spreads rapidly across the US, and more – Tech in Two
Feb 09, 2021
Oxford releases new data on vaccine efficacy against UK strain, Johnson & Johnson seeks FDA approval, and the US Senate passes a key resolution for coronavirus aid — Tech in Two
Feb 08, 2021
Inside the world of young Black 'Sims' content creators — Tech in Two
Feb 05, 2021
The race to make vaccines variant-proof, new AstraZeneca research, and more —Tech in Two
Feb 04, 2021
The no-good very nasty remastering of 'The Lord of the Rings' — Tech in Two
Feb 03, 2021
Biden and GOP discuss aid, China cracks down on counterfeit vaccines, and more — Tech in Two
Feb 02, 2021
Johnson & Johnson releases its vaccine efficacy data, the pandemic hits unhoused people especially hard, and vaccine trials for teens begin — Tech in Two
Feb 01, 2021
Experts explore new variants, mass vaccination clinics, and more — Tech in Two
Jan 28, 2021
Is it time for an emergency rollout of carbon-eating machines? — Tech in Two
Jan 27, 2021
Biden restricts travel, Google bolsters vaccine efforts, and more — Tech in Two
Jan 26, 2021
Biden gets to work on the pandemic, the CDC adjusts vaccine guidelines, and death tolls rise worldwide — Tech in Two
Jan 25, 2021
The US is back in the Paris climate accord. Will it matter? — Tech in Two
Jan 22, 2021
Biden’s Covid plan will define his presidency — Tech in Two
Jan 21, 2021
Everything We Know Now About Schools, Kids, and Covid-19 — Tech in Two
Jan 20, 2021
I am not a soldier, but I have been trained to kill — Tech in Two
Jan 19, 2021
Officials try to speed up vaccinations, scientists discover more mutations, and researchers chart the pandemic’s future — Tech in Two
Jan 18, 2021
The 15 best devices from CES that you can buy now — Tech in Two
Jan 15, 2021
HHS Authorizes the use of all available doses, the head of Operation Warp Speed resigns, and Sinovac’s vaccine goes into use despite dubious data —Tech in Two
Jan 14, 2021
How We Should Think About AI and War—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jan 13, 2021
An absurdly basic bug let anyone grab all of Parler's data — Tech in Two
Jan 13, 2021
Experts warn of Covid spread during the Capitol attack, New York loosens vaccination guidelines, and China authorizes a visit from WHO experts — Tech in Two
Jan 12, 2021
US numbers continue to worsen, vaccine efforts accelerate worldwide, and researchers examine a new virus variant — Tech in Two
Jan 11, 2021
Twitter Bans Trump—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jan 08, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg has finally had enough of Trump — Tech in Two
Jan 08, 2021
A Social Media-Fueled Riot at the Capitol—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jan 07, 2021
Governors work to speed up vaccinations, England reaches a concerning milestone, and the EU approves the Moderna vaccine — Tech in Two
Jan 07, 2021
A 25-year-old bet comes due: has tech destroyed society? — Tech in Two
Jan 06, 2021
A 25-Year-Old Bet Comes Due—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jan 05, 2021
The UK denies Julian Assange's extradition, citing suicide risk — Tech in Two
Jan 05, 2021
20 things that made the world a better place in 2020 – Tech in Two
Jan 04, 2021
The best WIRED Science stories of 2020 — Tech in Two
Dec 30, 2020
What to do with all those gift cards you just got — Tech in Two
Dec 29, 2020
The suburban maximalists making viral Christmas displays — Tech in Two
Dec 28, 2020
The race for a Covid vaccine was more about luck than tech — Tech in Two
Dec 24, 2020
The oldest crewed deep sea submarine just got a big makeover – Tech in Two
Dec 23, 2020
Pet prosthetics get a boost from 3D printing — Tech in Two
Dec 22, 2020
The first Americans are being vaccinated. Now, the hard part — Tech in Two
Dec 21, 2020
Texas accuses Google and Facebook of an illegal conspiracy — Tech in Two
Dec 18, 2020
Cops Get a Tool For Family Tree Sleuthing—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 17, 2020
State officials tackle vaccine logistics, the FDA authorizes an over-the-counter test, and Congress nears a stimulus bill agreement — Tech in Two
Dec 17, 2020
All the stuff humans make now outweighs Earth's organisms — Tech in Two
Dec 16, 2020
Russia's Devastating Hacking Rampage—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 15, 2020
Vaccine rollout begins in the US, a bipartisan group of legislators plans to release coronavirus relief package, and Germany announces holiday restrictions – Tech In Two
Dec 15, 2020
AI Slims Down—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 14, 2020
An FDA advisory panel authorizes the first vaccine, the US hits grim milestones, and cases rise worldwide — Tech in Two
Dec 14, 2020
The hustle and heartbreak of an online shopping empire – Tech in Two
Dec 11, 2020
The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 10, 2020
The UK issues a vaccine allergy warning, Biden lays out his pandemic plan, and confusion remains about which interventions work best — Tech in Two
Dec 10, 2020
The Antitrust Case Against Facebook—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 09, 2020
A revolutionary ion cell that could change EVs – Tech in Twor
Dec 09, 2020
Uber Gives Up On the Self-Driving Dream—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 08, 2020
Biden announces top public health nominees, South Korea implements new measures, and the pandemic offers pathways to change — Tech in Two
Dec 08, 2020
Rep Rashida Tlaib Takes on Cryptocurrency—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 07, 2020
Trust in vaccines grows slightly, distribution faces challenges, and legislators plan for the next stage — Tech in Two
Dec 07, 2020
Hackers are targeting the Covid-19 vaccine 'cold chain' — Tech in Two
Dec 04, 2020
The UK approves its first coronavirus vaccine, lawmakers announce a $908 billion stimulus plan, and two teams search for the virus’s origin — Tech in Two
Dec 03, 2020
The free market approach to the pandemic isn't working — Tech in Two
Dec 02, 2020
Samsung Discontinues the Galaxy Note—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Dec 01, 2020
[Air:2020.12.01] Moderna applies for emergency authorization, England sees its lockdown pay off, and millions of Americans fly for Thanksgiving – Tech in Two
Dec 01, 2020
AI Helps Decipher How Proteins Fold—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 30, 2020
The AstraZeneca Covid vaccine data isn't up to snuff – Tech in Two
Nov 30, 2020
What's Wrong with AstraZeneca's Trial Results—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 25, 2020
How to make multiple smart speakers work together – Tech in Two
Nov 25, 2020
Battles Over Facebook's News Feed Algorithm—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 24, 2020
AstraZeneca announces its vaccine is effective, pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies work on “ultra-cold” distribution solutions, and Ad Council begins a campaign to boost vaccine trust — Tech in Two
Nov 24, 2020
GM Starts Selling Car Insurance—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 23, 2020
Pfizer seeks FDA approval for its vaccine, the CDC urges Americans to avoid Thanksgiving travel, and the federal pandemic response draws renewed concern – Tech in Two
Nov 23, 2020
Robots Come to Construction—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 20, 2020
A cancer patient's search for the DNA data that could save his life — Tech in Two
Nov 20, 2020
Pfizer releases more promising news, the FDA approves the first at-home test, and Larry Brilliant offers his pandemic forecast — Tech in Two
Nov 19, 2020
Facial Recognition Comes to Campus—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 18, 2020
Apple's new MacBook Air is a huge leap forward — Tech in Two
Nov 18, 2020
Huawei's 5G dominance may be thanks to its mastery of silence – Tech in Two
Nov 17, 2020
The Story of Polar Codes—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 16, 2020
The Telegram Hack That Rocked Brazil—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 16, 2020
Inside the Right's Favorite 'Free Speech' App – Tech in Two
Nov 16, 2020
A year-long quest to get off the grid and go solar – Tech in Two
Nov 13, 2020
Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine could break scientific ground, CDC releases new mask guidelines, and an interactive map illustrates the risk of holiday gatherings – Tech in Two
Nov 12, 2020
Google Photos Starts Charging—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 11, 2020
Everything Apple announced, from new Macs to new chips – Tech in Two
Nov 11, 2020
Pfizer releases promising vaccine news, president-elect Biden announces his coronavirus task force, and a new mutation develops on Danish mink farms – Tech in Two
Nov 10, 2020
Pfizer's Promising Vaccine—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 09, 2020
Cases rise as election results come in, vaccines and treatments advance, and the reach of screening and tracing technology grow — Tech in Two
Nov 09, 2020
Facebook and Twitter's Free Speech Fight—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 06, 2020
Voters rejecting the war on drugs is a win for public health – Tech in Two
Nov 06, 2020
US cases rise on Election Day, UK contact-tracing app fails thousands, and Covid-19 screening brings facial recognition into schools – Tech in Two
Nov 05, 2020
Tech's Take on Election Night—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 04, 2020
A nameless hiker and the case the internet can't crack – Tech in Two
Nov 04, 2020
The Senate race that could be pivotal for America and Wikipedia – Tech in Two
Nov 03, 2020
The Tale of "Mostly Harmless"—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Nov 02, 2020
Coronavirus cases rise dramatically, drugmakers prepare for distribution, and the pandemic collides with the upcoming election- Tech in Two
Nov 02, 2020
The Future of Work is Hybrid—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 30, 2020
The Future of Work is Hybrid—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 30, 2020
What should you do about holiday gatherings and Covid-19? – Tech in Two
Oct 30, 2020
Texts and Emails Carry Election Misinformation—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 29, 2020
US hospitals struggle, the stock market takes a hit, and more – Tech in Two
Oct 29, 2020
The Disappointing Section 230 Hearing—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 28, 2020
What comes after the International Space Station? – Tech in Two
Oct 28, 2020
White House chief of staff downplays virus response, AstraZeneca says its vaccine is effective, and pandemic quiet helps scientists understand endangered animals – Tech in Two
Oct 27, 2020
How Social Media Changes Our Politics—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 26, 2020
Cases surge, treatments and vaccines progress, and more – Tech in Two
Oct 26, 2020
Here's what you didn't hear about at last night's debate – Tech in Two
Oct 23, 2020
WHO and Wikipedia Team Up—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 22, 2020
Covid-19 mortality rates decrease, a UK company announces a controversial human challenge trial, and the virus’s spread continues to accelerate across the US – Tech in Two
Oct 22, 2020
The Collapse of Quibi—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 21, 2020
It's time to talk about Covid-19 and surfaces again – Tech in Two
Oct 21, 2020
The DOJ's Antitrust Case Against Google—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 20, 2020
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx is about to touch an asteroid- Tech in Two
Oct 20, 2020
Why It's a Good Thing That Joe Biden is Very Offline—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 19, 2020
Treatment and vaccine trials are halted, the US forges ahead with its decentralized response, and new revelations about American society and institutions underscore the deadly toll of the virus- Tech in Two
Oct 19, 2020
The Rise of Digital Doping—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 16, 2020
Prime Day may be over, but there are still deals to take advantage of – Tech in Two
Oct 16, 2020
Facebook and Twitter Both Take Pointed Aim at Misinformation—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 15, 2020
The iPhone 12 ships without a charger. Will it really help curb e-waste?- Tech in Two
Oct 15, 2020
Coronavirus Accelerates Digital Authoritarianism—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 14, 2020
New York tries targeted lockdowns, India tops seven million cases, and monoclonal antibodies may be a boon for science and yet a challenge for public health- Tech in Two
Oct 14, 2020
Apple Announces the iPhone 12—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 13, 2020
Trump’s ‘miracle cure’ for Covid Is a logistical nightmare- Tech in Two
Oct 13, 2020
Hackers Could Stop a Tesla In Its Tracks—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 12, 2020
AI Listens In to Sales Calls—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 09, 2020
Early Amazon Prime Day deals and tips- Tech in Two
Oct 09, 2020
Facebook's Plan to Suspend Political Ads—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 08, 2020
President Trump halts stimulus talks, the FDA releases vaccine approval guidelines, and doctors investigate the link between Covid-19 and diabetes- Tech in Two
Oct 08, 2020
The Brutal New Antitrust Report—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 07, 2020
A dangerous year in America enters its most dangerous month- Tech in Two
Oct 07, 2020
Facebook Bans QAnon—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 06, 2020
Tracing Covid's path to the president presents challenges, infection rates rise across the US, and an Excel glitch in England causes massive underreporting - Tech in Two
Oct 06, 2020
Uncle Sam Turns to Twitch—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 05, 2020
Coronavirus Update: President Trump tests positive, new contact tracing developments -Tech in Two
Oct 05, 2020
How Hospitals and AI Can Work Together—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 02, 2020
Anthony Fauci has some very good reasons to be optimistic – Tech in Two
Oct 02, 2020
Big Vaccine Questions—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Oct 01, 2020
A new aid package moves forward in the House, Europe approves a 15-minute Covid-19 test, and researchers propose applying the US HIV/AIDS strategy to Covid-19 -Tech in Two
Oct 01, 2020
Facebook Merges Messenger and Instagram DMs—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 30, 2020
Fire-Mapping Drones Get an AI Upgrade - Tech in Two
Sep 30, 2020
Coinbase Claims Political Neutrality—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 29, 2020
The election threats that keep US intelligence up at night –– Tech in Two
Sep 29, 2020
Voter ‘Deterrence’ By 2016 Trump campaign — Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 28, 2020
More vaccines enter Phase III trials, researchers are learning more about the long-term impact of Covid-19, and risk calculation becomes increasingly difficult as the country reopens – Tech in Two.
Sep 28, 2020
Amazon Launches a Drone for the Home—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 25, 2020
Here's what happened at Tesla's "Battery Day"- Tech in Two
Sep 25, 2020
Inside This Summer's Twitter Hack—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 24, 2020
The FDA is expected to tighten vaccine guidelines, a vaccine from Johnson & Johnson enters Phase III trials, and Covid patients and researchers turn to support groups- Tech in Two
Sep 24, 2020
The Decentralization of Journalism—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 23, 2020
Covid-19 support groups are a potential research goldmine- Tech in Two
Sep 23, 2020
How AI Could Help Clean Up the Internet—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 22, 2020
A century-old TB shot could protect against Covid-19, Russia sells its vaccine to more than 10 countries, and the common cold strains testing and supplies- Tech in Two
Sep 22, 2020
A Battle for Privacy in California—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 21, 2020
Reports show HHS changed CDC testing guidance while ignoring objections, scientists research animal-to-human diseases, and cases rise in Europe- Tech in Two
Sep 21, 2020
The Dangers of the WeChat Ban—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 18, 2020
Moderna releases vaccine plan, South Africa experiences a low death rate relative to its high infection rate, and an HHS communications official goes on leave- Tech in Two
Sep 18, 2020
Facebook's New Headset and the Maturation of VR—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 17, 2020
Health officials prepare to deliver a vaccine, the science community clashes with Trump, and a patent battle hurts the contact-tracing effort- Tech in Two
Sep 17, 2020
A Texas County Clerk Is Changing How We Vote—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 16, 2020
A bipartisan stimulus bill, breathalyzer tests for Covid-19, and criticism from Bill Gates- Tech in Two
Sep 16, 2020
New Announcements from Apple—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 15, 2020
WHO reports record increase in new infections, a refugee camp is razed to protest pandemic conditions, and cases rise in 11 US states- Tech in Two
Sep 15, 2020
Facebook's Voting Problem—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 14, 2020
Fauci issues a warning for the fall, convalescent plasma remains in high demand, and the latest coronavirus aid bill fails to pass- Tech in Two
Sep 14, 2020
Esports Are Like Other Pro Sports, Except Someone Owns the Game—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 11, 2020
Global deaths top 900,000, LA adopts Citizen’s contact-tracing app, and schools’ 44-square-foot rule comes into question- Tech in Two
Sep 11, 2020
New Drone Brings More AI to Warfare—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 10, 2020
AstraZeneca halts Phase III trials, UK bans gatherings of more than six, and Chinese internet users archive the pandemic on GitHub- Tech in Two
Sep 10, 2020
GOP Senators Take Aim at Section 230—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 09, 2020
Coronavirus stimulus bill vote may happen this week, contact tracing apps fall short in the US, and drug developers commit to making a vaccine safely- Tech in Two
Sep 09, 2020
Your Phone Can Tell Whether You're Drunk—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 08, 2020
US vaccine development leader tries to assuage concerns over politicization, Russia publishes data from its vaccine trial, and America braces for the impact of Labor Day weekend- Tech in Two
Sep 07, 2020
Facebook Attempts to Protect Elections—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 04, 2020
The CDC tells states to prepare for vaccine distribution, countries sign on to WHO's vaccine allocation program, and startups provide workers with remote perks- Tech in Two
Sep 04, 2020
The US Government Plows Ahead With Google Antitrust Investigation—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 03, 2020
Apple and Google Try Again At Contact—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 03, 2020
The CDC bans evictions, the US prepares for flu season, and analysis bolsters the promise of steroids as an effective treatment- Tech in Two
Sep 03, 2020
The US tops 6 million cases, another vaccine enters Phase III trials, and New York City delays the start of school- Tech in Two
Sep 02, 2020
Elon Musk Next Project: The Brain—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Sep 01, 2020
The head of the FDA says he would fast-track a vaccine, India reports record numbers of new cases, and CDC guidelines for Covid-19 testing remain unclear- Tech in Two
Sep 01, 2020
How Tesla Almost Got Hacked—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 31, 2020
China censors conversations, a Nevada man gets reinfected, and new data reveals the risk for older males- Tech in Two
Aug 31, 2020
Madness at TikTok—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 28, 2020
The CDC walks back new guidelines, a study finds blood thinners may reduce deaths, and the FDA warns of hand sanitizer in tricky packaging- Tech in Two
Aug 28, 2020
The Trump Administration Invests in AI—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 27, 2020
Cases in children are increasing, a new C-D-C guideline troubles experts, and the first reinfection case isn't all bad- Tech in Two
Aug 27, 2020
AI System Beats Fighter Pilot—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 26, 2020
AstraZeneca ramps up vaccine production, false positives cause concern, and Germany experiments with concerts- Tech in Two
Aug 26, 2020
Law Enforcement Taps Into Smart Speakers—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 25, 2020
The FDA approves convalescent plasma, a Hong Kong man is reinfected, and researchers highlight the importance of collecting data from minority groups- Tech in Two
Aug 25, 2020
Uber's Former CSO Takes the Blame For 2016 Hack—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 24, 2020
Convalescent plasma remains unproven, the WHO tempers vaccine expectations, and the pandemic reshapes election season- Tech in Two
Aug 24, 2020
Modified Mosquitoes on the Loose—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 21, 2020
Disasters collide in California, a study evaluates the safety of planes, and Airbnb institutes a global party ban- Tech in Two
Aug 21, 2020
Watch Out for Dark Patterns—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 20, 2020
A mystery illness is affecting kids, a study unveils the danger of dust, and experts warn it could be years before schools return to normal- Tech in Two
Aug 20, 2020
How Toronto Became the Next Silicon Valley—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 19, 2020
Americans debate whether to take a future vaccine, Quest Diagnostics cuts its testing turnaround time, and depression doubles in Britain- Tech in Two
Aug 19, 2020
How Criminals May Use AI—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 18, 2020
The FDA approves a saliva-based test, New Zealand delays its election, and LA announces a testing program for schools- Tech in Two
Aug 18, 2020
Epic and Apple Face Off—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 17, 2020
Congress leaves without a stimulus package, California tops 600,000 cases, and experts worry about a vaccine for kids- Tech in Two
Aug 17, 2020
A Spreadsheet Hero Takes on Voter Purging—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 13, 2020
A low-cost device tests mask efficacy, Covid deaths in the US remain high, and a Florida sheriff bans masks- Tech in Two
Aug 13, 2020
Kamala Harris's Digital Operation—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 12, 2020
A new survey links vaping to Covid, the world reaches 20 million cases, and researchers questions the efficacy of neck gaiters- Tech in Two
Aug 12, 2020
Airbnb Goes Public—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 11, 2020
New Zealand hits an important milestone, nearly 100,000 children test positive, and drug research is in trouble- Tech in 2
Aug 11, 2020
What Becomes of WeChat—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 10, 2020
Bill Gates sounds off on testing, the digital divide in education widens, and Facebook extends its work-from-home policy- Tech in Two
Aug 10, 2020
The US falls behind in testing, a study confirms asymptomatic transmission, and Los Angeles threatens to shut off water and power to house parties- Tech in Two
Aug 07, 2020
Florida tops half a million cases, Novavax delivers promising results, and Clorox wipes may be out until 2021- Tech in Two
Aug 06, 2020
Covid surges in the midwest, jails spread disease to surrounding communities, and a sleepaway camp leaves more than 250 people infected- Tech in Two
Aug 05, 2020
The UK rolls out new rapid coronavirus tests, the CDC predicts 11,000 deaths per week, and WIRED shares some tips for staying in touch with loved ones- Tech in Two
Aug 04, 2020
President Trump Takes Action Against TikTok—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Aug 03, 2020
Hong Kong delays elections, the US spends billions on a vaccine deal, and experts look at the impacts of air-conditioning- Tech in Two
Aug 03, 2020
America's Covid-19 Data Problem—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jul 31, 2020
Herman Cain loses his battle with Covid, Dr. Fauci promotes eye protection, and two states hit record highs for deaths- Tech in Two
Jul 31, 2020
How Big Is Too Big?—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jul 30, 2020
The EU prepares for a possible second wave, social media giants take down a fake video, and four vaccine candidates pull away from the pack- Tech in Two
Jul 29, 2020
Tomorrow's Antitrust Hearings—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jul 28, 2020
Moderna’s vaccine candidate heads into final trials, studies show Covid’s effect on the heart, and reopened countries provide guidance on schools- Tech in Two
Jul 28, 2020
Google Employees Will WFH Until Summer 2021—Most Interesting Thing in Tech
Jul 27, 2020
Experts urge the US to shut down, new guidelines push for reopening schools, and rehab centers face an uncertain future- Tech in Two