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15 Billion Stolen Logins Are Circulating on the Dark Web
Plus: Facebook's Roger Stone takedown, the BlueLeaks server seizure, and more of the week's top security news.

What Happens After a ‘Million-Mile Battery’ Outlasts the Car?
Electric vehicle makers hope to roll out super long-lasting batteries. That raises interesting questions about resources, performance—and a battery's second act.

Prepare for Artificial Intelligence to Produce Less Wizardry
A new paper argues that the computing demands of deep learning are so great that progress on tasks like translation and self-driving is likely to slow.

The 19 Best Weekend Deals: Tech, Home Gear, and More
Heatwave and quarantine got you stuck indoors? These deals might help you spruce up your space for more comfort.

The Best Gear to Make Beer, Wine, Cider, and Mead at Home (2020)
Your homegrown tomatoes won't help you forget how terrible everything is right now. Here's what you need to make booze at home.

How Mysterious Protest Messages Have Filled the Skies
A WIRED investigation reveals how artists and skytypers are pioneering a new type of tech-fueled activism—and the inhumane conditions they're fighting.

The 'Super Smash Bros.' Community Reckons With Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Dozens of people have come forward over the past week, many pointing to a culture that they say enabled rampant predatory behavior.

Amazon Says It Didn’t Mean to Ban Employees From Using TikTok
US lawmakers have repeatedly raised security concerns over the app's Chinese ownership. Are US businesses next?

What It's Like to Work at Studio Ghibli
Steve Alpert worked at the animation house for 15 years, a time he details in his new book Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man.

Microsoft Halts a Global Fraud Campaign That Targeted CEOs
A sophisticated scheme was designed to trick businesses in more than 60 countries into wiring large sums of money to attackers.

Best Unlimited Data Plans: T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon
All the major US carriers have options that let you stream as much as you want. We've laid out how they work, and which will give you the most bang for your buck.

Where Are the Adults in the Clubhouse?
Plus: A tough review of IBM’s PCjr, fresh questions on Covid-19, and government help for the self-sufficient.

Defending Black Lives Means Banning Facial Recognition
What’s happening in Detroit should be a wakeup call for the nation. We can’t stop police violence without ending police surveillance.

Covid-19 Immunity May Rely on a Microscopic Helper: T Cells
Researchers have been looking beyond antibodies to understand how immunity to the new virus might work—and how to design a vaccine.

How We’re Fighting Back Against Doomscrolling
This week, Angela Watercutter joins us to talk about why it's hard to unglue your eyes from bad news on social media. Plus, we share our tips for putting down the phone.

The Triumphant, Complicated Return of 'Hamilton'
The musical, which debuted on Broadway in 2015, is now on Disney+. And it's ready to be reexamined in new ways by an even bigger audience.

How a ‘Heat Dome’ Forms—and Why This One Is So Perilous
A massive, intense heat wave is settling over the continental US. The ravages of the Covid pandemic are going to make it all the more deadly.

13 YouTube Channels We Geek Out Over in Quarantine
From flying a plane to restoring art, YouTubers can truly teach you anything. Here are the best shows that have sparked our curiosity during quarantine.

Meet the Secret Algorithm That's Keeping Students Out of College
The International Baccalaureate program canceled its high-stakes exam because of Covid-19. The formula it used to "predict" scores puzzles students and teachers.

Will We Recognize Life on Mars When We See It?
If NASA's Perseverance rover finds life on the Red Planet, there's a good chance our first extraterrestrial encounter will be a little ambiguous.

'Palm Springs' Is a Timely Comedy About Being Stuck in the Now
In Hulu’s new romantic comedy, every day feels the same. Sound familiar?

Neo-Nazis Are Running Out of Places to Hide Online
Telegram booting far right groups from their hub disproves the idea that rampant Neo-Nazi terrorist recruitment is inevitable in the internet age

Major iOS 14 Features and How to Download the Public Beta
Your home screen is changing, and your car keys may become optional. Here’s what you can expect in your next iPhone update.

DoNotPay Unsubscribes You From Spam—and Tries to Get You Paid
There's finally a way to get off of email lists with your privacy intact.

Dear Joe Biden: Don't Listen to Silicon Valley
Unlike 20 years ago, today’s Silicon Valley culture is elitist and authoritarian. Its leaders are part of the problem, not the solution.

Covid Kills More Men Than Women. Experts Still Can’t Explain Why
A new tracker from Harvard’s GenderSci Lab is the first to consolidate sex-separated data from across the US. It may help researchers solve the mystery.

Alienware M15 R2 Review: A Powerful Gaming Laptop
Packed with powerful hardware, this second-gen gaming laptop runs circles around the competition—for a short while.

Linkin Park T-Shirts Are All the Rage in China
The band hasn't been cool for years. But its Minutes to Midnight logo is everywhere in the most populous country in the world.

How to Use Slack Without Driving Your Coworkers Crazy
Many of us use it at work, but here are some tips on how to make Slack work for you. (Stop. Hitting. Enter. So. Often.)

Larry Brilliant on How Well We Are Fighting Covid-19
Three months ago, the epidemiologist weighed in on what we must do to defeat this new threat. We went back to ask: How are we doing, and what comes next?

Uber Quietly Recruits Allies to Battle Cities Over User Data
Nonprofits and advocacy groups signed on to an organization called Communities Against Rider Surveillance—without knowing that the ride-hail giant was involved.

An Audit Slams Facebook as a Home for Misinformation and Hate
In a meeting and an unusual report, activist groups that instigated an ad boycott of the social media company say it has not responded adequately to criticism.

Hong Kong's Security Law Puts Big Tech at a Crossroads
As China exerts more power over the city, companies like Facebook and Google have stopped handing over data—for now.

Is It Game Streaming's Turn for a Labor Revolution?
After the demise of Mixer, livestreamers are taking a closer look at what their platform partnerships should look like.

America Has a Sick Obsession with Covid-19 Polls
Scholars have long warned that constant polling is bad for democracy. In a pandemic, it’s also bad for public health.

The Best Veterinary Telemedicine Services for Your Pet (2020)
These days, your pet can get medical help without leaving home—but first, you need to understand the difference between telemedicine and teletriage.

How to Read Covid-19 Research (and Actually Understand It)
Confused? Surprised? Wondering where the good parts are? Here are a few tips on reading scientific papers to help those of us following along at home.

Citizen Science Projects Offer a Model for Coronavirus Apps
Americans don't like when their data is taken—but research shows they would be willing to donate it.

The Media Monsters in the National Dialog
Journalists are the bane of your existence. Which is why we need to talk about spelling and computer history. Seriously.

Kai-Fu Lee Gives AI a B-Minus Grade in the Covid-19 Fight
Robots and computer programs can help with social distancing and food delivery, but have been less helpful in developing a vaccine.

Garmin Instinct Solar Review: A Great Backcountry Partner
Our favorite rugged and affordable outdoor watch can now recharge with the power of the sun.

Global Warming. Inequality. Covid-19. And Al Gore Is ... Optimistic?
As vice president, he looked for big policy answers to hard global problems. Now he says all our crises are speeding us toward real solutions.

This Company Wants to Rewrite the Future of Genetic Disease—Without Crispr Gene Editing
Tessera Therapeutics is developing a new class of gene editors capable of precisely plugging in long stretches of DNA—something that Crispr can’t do.

A Plan to Make Police Data Open Source Started on Reddit
The Police Data Accessibility Project aims to request, download, clean, and standardize public records that right now are overly difficult to find.

India's TikTok Ban Dispels the Myth of the 'China Bogeyman'
Mark Zuckerberg and US tech giants argue that regulation will allow China to dominate. But in reality, the global market rejects unregulated, invasive tech.

The 7 Best Turntables for Your Vinyl Collection (2020)
Looking for fresh indoor hobbies? Why not start a record collection? Here are our favorite entry-level turntables to help you enjoy analog audio at home.

Tech That Could Help Pro Sports Adapt to the Pandemic
As pro leagues return to stadiums, here are a few novel technologies people are exploring as ways to keep fans and players safe.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Review: A Fine Android Tablet
The newest Galaxy tablet is a decent iPad alternative in a field with few competitors.

Keeping Up With the Coronas—or Why the Virus Is Winning
The climb in global cases is relentless. So what’s corona got that we don’t?

Self-Driving Tech Is Becoming a Game of Partnerships
Making an autonomous vehicle is proving harder and costlier than many startups predicted. So they're teaming up with giants like Hyundai, Jaguar, and Ford.



 
 

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