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The US is short of ventilators to help Covid-19 patients breathe. Ford, GM, and satellite-launch company Virgin Orbit are trying to fill the gap.
As the coronavirus spreads, unhoused people are among the most vulnerable to infection.
The president is presiding over a public health nightmare and a mounting economic crisis. So why are voters warming up to him?
Are you being a good citizen and staying at home? Good. Here are some comics to pass the time.
I had hoped the high-end headset would provide an escape from the real world. It didn’t.
As the government fumbled Covid-19 testing, researchers at UC Berkeley's Innovative Genomics Institute stepped up—with their own time and funding.
Initially criticized for covering up and failing to control the virus, China is rebranding its response as a symbol of leadership and strength.
You may have seen recent videos of goats roaming an empty town. But for more vulnerable species, like rhinos, this shutdown poses a great danger.
Meanwhile, J.K. Rowling has some new treats for Potterheads stuck quarantining at home.
Consumer advocates fear that the deal will lead to reduced competition and higher prices. But regulators and a federal judge let it proceed.
Census-taking used to spur innovation. Now, the pace of technology, and the challenge of going go door to door, could force it to adopt existing systems instead.
The best, most beautiful weather app is about to be an iOS exclusive.
A class action lawsuit. Rampant zoombombing. And as of today, two new zero-day vulnerabilities.
For some longtime preppers, it's not all about bunkers and power generators.
Mohammad Mosaed, a reporter who criticized the Iranian government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, has been arrested and banned from social media.
To protect governments as well as people’s rights from coronavirus, we need to use tech as a scalpel, not a sledgehammer.
It can replicate a sense of being touched, even when there’s no one around. As the world self-isolates, that feeling is more important than ever.
If you're also streaming movie after movie, trying to forget that we’re living in a housebound half-life, there's no better time to try one.
Many Americans who may need a Covid-19 test still can't easily get one. What's going on?
You're hunched over your desk and phone for hours. So we rounded up the gear to help you straighten up—including a DIY trick.