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Republican Will Hurd and Democrat Robin Kelly want more Pentagon spending, a Cold War-style “hotline,” and a curb on chip exports to China.
A WIRED investigation found dozens of channels belong to children apparently under 13, and anonymous chat participants sending inappropriate messages their way.
During Wednesday's antitrust hearing, tech CEOs leaned into the same pernicious argument to distract from the fact that US tech companies do bad things too.
With Hollywood productions largely shut down, more filmmakers are making use of computer screens—something genre films have been doing for years.
The Polish crime flick represents a shift in how filmmakers imagine the role of the internet in the stories they tell.
No Purell? No problem! When disinfecting gel sells out everywhere, you can just make some yourself with stuff you (maybe) already have at home.
Looking for a great pair of noise-canceling cans or workout earbuds? A ton of audio devices from the brand are discounted right now.
DNA tests are cheap and ubiquitous. For some donor-conceived people, they can unearth long-buried truths about their ancestry—and lead to unorthodox reunions.
The order to reroute CDC hospitalization figures raised accuracy concerns. But that's just one of the problems with how the country collects health
A big study by the US Census Bureau finds that only about 9 percent of firms employ tools like machine learning or voice recognition—for now.
Partisan antics aside, lawmakers on the antitrust subcommittee dished out some serious, probing questions to the CEOs of Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple.
Here’s a look at how Mark Zuckerberg plotted the Instagram acquisition. Plus: Inside Amazon’s plan to take down Diapers.com.
A disinfo operation broke into the content management systems of Eastern European media outlets in a campaign to spread misinformation about NATO.
A fabric face covering helps prevent you from spreading Covid-19 when you leave the house. Here’s how to make one.
NASA’s newest rover is its biggest, most autonomous yet and may lead us to the first signs of ancient life on the Red Planet.
Revisiting William Gibson’s 1993 essay on the city-state took me back to my home, where future is past.
You've seen them before: the UX ploys designed to trick you into spending money, or make it nearly impossible to unsubscribe. Here's what to look out for.
The company's latest APS-C mirrorless camera marries still photo pedigree with new video smarts, giving hybrid shooters the best of both worlds.
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