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How new technology is transforming cities and societies, from the latest apps to advances in renewable energy, computing, transportation, and more.

Should I delete my period app? And other post-Roe privacy questions.

The fight against inflation starts at sea

Meta top executive Nick Clegg explains Facebook’s futuristic plans for the metaverse

NFTs and the monetization of hope

Why Silicon Valley is fertile ground for obscure religious beliefs

Anyone can fall for online scams — even you. Here’s how to avoid them.

Here’s why Netflix made you wait a month to watch the rest of Stranger Things

What police could find out about your illegal abortion

When you drive for work, $5 gas hurts

Elon Musk the Twitter celebrity vs. Elon Musk the boss

It’s TikTok’s world. Can TV live in it?

If aliens are calling, let it go to voicemail

Meta is getting data about you from some surprising places

Now might be a good time to think about crypto insurance

Leaked Amazon memo warns the company is running out of people to hire

Leaked transcript: Inside Elon Musk’s first meeting with Twitter employees

What you need to know about Elon Musk’s big meeting with Twitter employees

Does this AI know it’s alive?

Apple and Google are coming for your car

Why the return to the office isn’t working

Ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s new investment fund deepens his ties to national security interests

FTC Chair Lina Khan’s plan to take on Big Tech, in 9 questions

Crypto’s winter is here again. How long will it last?

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Amazon fired Chris Smalls. Now the new union leader is one of its biggest problems.

What’s next for the face of America’s new labor movement.

New York’s attorney general calls out Verizon for spreading Legionnaires’ disease

Business is booming for crypto scammers

Leaked transcript: What Mark Zuckerberg told Meta employees about Sheryl Sandberg’s exit

Sheryl Sandberg’s mixed legacy at Meta

The problem with schools turning to surveillance after mass shootings


The text-to-image revolution, explained

Netflix slips and Hollywood cheers. Maybe it shouldn’t.

The Supreme Court shuts down Texas’s attempt to seize control of social media — for now

Tell your boss: Working from home is making you more productive

WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann’s new crypto project sounds like a scam within a scam

Florida’s social media free speech law has been blocked for likely violating free speech laws

How the internet gets people to plagiarize each other

Quantum computers could change the world — provided they can work

How much longer can Google own the internet?

The future of 911 is a little bit creepy

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Play-to-earn gaming sounds too good to be true. It probably is.

The video game industry’s clumsy flirtation with Web3 doesn’t feel like it has actual players in mind.