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Quantum computers could change the world — provided they can work

The future of 911 is a little bit creepy

What police could find out about your illegal abortion

The winners and losers of Apple’s anti-tracking feature

Can we 3D print a better face mask?

NASA’s moon dust monopoly is finally ending

The neon shortage is a bad sign

The surprising link between Covid-19 deaths and ... internet access

The danger of making the internet safe for kids

Inheriting bitcoin is harder than it sounds

Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a voice assistant that blows Alexa and Siri away

Why Tesla won’t stop

3G must die so 5G can live

Can VR art help us see the real world differently?

Why 5G is causing flight cancellations

22 predictions we made in 2021, and the 13 we got right

Why you should care about Facebook’s big push into the metaverse

GM dreams of electric fleets

Facebook’s freaky new glove

Amazon’s favorite electric vehicle company is now worth more than Ford or GM

Facebook is backing away from facial recognition. Meta isn’t.

New technologies are promising a shortcut to enlightenment

Facebook is now Meta, but it’s not quite a metamorphosis

How well can an AI mimic human ethics?

Biden’s plan to make your internet cheaper and better is one step closer

Maybe losing the AI race to China isn’t such a bad idea

Self-driving cars: The 21st-century trolley problem

Getting a Covid-19 test at Walgreens isn’t as much of a privacy risk as it used to be

Elon Musk’s problematic plan for “full self-driving” Teslas

AI’s Islamophobia problem

The new digital driver’s licenses from Apple sound slightly creepy

Apple would like to clear a few things up

The chip shortage is getting worse

Citizen, the controversial safety app, is ready to profit from its fear-based platform

Here’s how police can get your data — even if you aren’t suspected of a crime

Is it a HIPAA violation for your employer to require vaccines?

For hackers, space is the final frontier

This outed priest’s story is a warning for everyone about the need for data privacy laws

From Macy’s to Albertsons, facial recognition is already everywhere

Don’t assume your iPhone is safe from hackers