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Google Reveals Location Data to Help the Coronavirus Response
The search giant is disclosing trends in visits to broad categories of places, as a tool for public health officials.

The Biggest Coronavirus Myths, Busted
No, drinking water won’t flush the virus out of your mouth. Here’s how to inoculate yourself against bad Covid-19 information.

As Health Anxieties Soar, Wellness Influencers Step In
Tips for staying active during the pandemic are one thing. But some influencers are pushing unscientific claims to sell "immunity boosting" products.

So Wait, How Encrypted Are Zoom Meetings Really?
The service's mixed messages have frustrated cryptographers, as the US government and other sensitive organizations increasingly depend on it.

Covid-19 Is Killing More Men Than Women—Here Are Some Theories
Scientists can’t say for certain why the current pandemic is discriminating by sex, but it likely comes down to biology, lifestyle, and behavior. 

Nonprofits and Companies That Are Helping to Fight the Pandemic
Donate, if you can. Everyone is trying to get by, but these nonprofits, retailers, and companies are directly helping make a difference against the novel coronavirus.

Thousands of Android Apps Are Silently Accessing Your Data
More than 4,000 Google Play apps let developers and advertisers collect a list of the user's other installed apps, no permission needed.

Automation May Take Jobs—but AI Will Create Them
A Silicon Valley executive returns home to the rural South to see for himself the ways in which AI is affecting the local economy.

For Open-Source Ventilators, Making Them Is the Easy Part
Plus: The DIY movement, the Long Tail theory of the internet, and wild animals in the streets.

The 'Resident Evil 3' Remake Seems Doomed to Fail
The latest reboot is trying to be a missing link, but it ends up being too much.

The Right Gear for Your Home Tool Kit: Hammers, Screwdrivers, and More
Here's all the gear you need to handle any DIY job, from basic repairs to more ambitious home improvement projects.

How to Refuel a Nuclear Power Plant During a Pandemic
To swap out the spent uranium rods, hundreds of technicians from around the country must work in close quarters for weeks. That’s a challenge during a quarantine.

How We Ended Up Short on Medical Equipment
This week, we discuss the nationwide shortage of ventilators and protective equipment, and how we’re going to deal with it amid the coronavirus pandemic.

My Phone Keeps Me Sane During This Crisis … and Insane, Too
What happens when the only device that can make you stop crying is exactly the device that is making you cry?

This Week's Cartoons: Coolers, Commandments, and Cleaning
Keep washing those hands.

Delivery Apps Offer Restaurants a Lifeline—at a Cost
Social distancing rules have reduced many eateries to delivery and take out. But apps like Uber Eats exact a 25 percent toll on their shrinking revenue.

The Best 'Work From Home' Gear: Our Home Office Tech Guide
Do you need a monitor, desk, webcam, laptop, microphone, or pair of headphones? Here's our ultimate laundry list of recommended gear to improve your new home office.

Short Fiction: ‘Indivisible City’ by Daniel Torday
“It is a contagion, this need to wear a mask, not unlike the contagion the mask is meant to repel.”

New Yorkers, Once Again at Ground Zero, in Their Own Words
This week in our living oral history, the city’s residents—from the great to the humble—try to come to grips with a metropolis under assault by a virus.

How a Real Dog Taught a Robot Dog to Walk
Instead of coding a mechanical quadruped's movements line by line, Google researchers fed it videos of real-life pups. Now it can even chase its tail.

The High-Stakes Race to Build More Ventilators
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.

For Homeless People, Covid-19 Is Horror on Top of Horror
As the coronavirus spreads, unhoused people are among the most vulnerable to infection.

The (Political) Science Behind Trump's Coronavirus Approval Ratings
The president is presiding over a public health nightmare and a mounting economic crisis. So why are voters warming up to him?

5 Comics to Catch Up on While Self-Quarantined
Are you being a good citizen and staying at home? Good. Here are some comics to pass the time.

11 Best Mattresses You Can Buy Online (2020): Memory Foam, Hybrid, and More
We tried dozens of bed-in-a-box mattresses. These are the best (and worst) we found.

HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Review: One Step Forward, Several Steps Back
I had hoped the high-end headset would provide an escape from the real world. It didn’t.

How a Crispr Lab Became a Pop-Up Covid Testing Center
As the government fumbled Covid-19 testing, researchers at UC Berkeley's Innovative Genomics Institute stepped up—with their own time and funding.

China Flexes Its Soft Power With ‘Covid Diplomacy’
Initially criticized for covering up and failing to control the virus, China is rebranding its response as a symbol of leadership and strength.

The Coronavirus Lockdown Is a Threat for Many Animals, Not a Blessing
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.

Disney Is Donating 100,000 N95 Masks to Covid-19 Relief
Meanwhile, J. K. Rowling has some new treats for Potterheads stuck quarantining at home. 



 
 

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