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Elon Musk Wins in Defamation Suit by British Diver
The verdict in favor of the Tesla CEO capped a four-day trial in Los Angeles over insults Musk tweeted in 2018.

Uber's Alarming Crime Report, T-Mobile's 5G Test, and More News
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

Bernie Sanders Says Internet Service Should be a Human Right
The Vermont senator and presidential candidate proposed a $150 billion plan to expand broadband, including regulating rates for internet service.

The Woman Who Souped Up Baby Yoda's Popularity
When TV writer Julie Benson first saw Baby Yoda sip soup, she had to tweet about it. The rest of the internet noticed.

Uber's Crime Report Is ‘Highly Alarming,’ Says a Criminologist
In its first compilation, the ride-hail service says there were more than 3,000 sexual assaults related to Uber rides last year, up 4% from the year before. 

Republican Politicians Really Like Their Videogames Too
House representative Duncan Hunter pleaded guilty this week to stealing more than $150,000 in campaign money for games and movies, among other pleasures.

200 Researchers, 5 Hypotheses, No Consistent Answers
Just how much wisdom is there in the scientific crowd?

What's an Influencer? The Complete WIRED Guide
Everything you need to know about what an influencer is, the history of influencers, the difference between influencers and celebrities, and more.

Physics Explains Why You Can’t Open a Plane Door in the Air
A British Airways passenger caused chaos after trying to open the aircraft door during a flight, but air pressure and clever design make it impossible. 

How Rocket Wrecks the Ravagers With Physics
In *Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2*, our favorite furry antihero deals out cosmic justice—and some great material for video analysis.

Leica SL2 Review: Wonderful (If You Can Afford It)
The iconic company's take on the big, powerful, DSLR-style camera delivers beautifully sharp, detailed images while offering surprisingly powerful video capabilities.

Gadget Lab Podcast: Tesla’s Lasers, the Cybertruck, and Travel Tips
Alex Davies helps us unpack the latest Tesla developments, and we share our favorite travel trips.

Police Shootings May Be Causing Black Infants Long-Term Harm
By looking at data on millions of births, a researcher shows how violence against unarmed African American men might cause acute stress on pregnancies.

If You Use Venmo the Good Way, Your Life Will Improve
A while ago, a friend sent me 25 cents on Venmo. My relationship to the platform has never been the same.

You Can Have Collaborative Software That’s Wary of the Cloud
Research lab Ink & Switch wants to harness the benefits of productivity and communication without forcing users to give up control of their data.

T-Mobile 5G Test: Wider Coverage That's Not Much Faster
You'll see slightly faster load times when watching videos and downloading apps, but the day-to-day experience hasn't changed.

Diss Tech Buddhists All You Want—but Read This Book First
Tech veteran Dan Zigmond wants you to bring Buddha to the office. It's not as ironic as it sounds.

This Week’s Cartoons: Roombas, Emails, and Niche Livestreaming
Tonight: Don't miss this one-fan show.

Larry, Sergey, and the Mixed Legacy of Google-Turned-Alphabet
With Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepping back (again\!), Google CEO Sundar Pichai is now in charge of Alphabet—and its dysfunction.

Kamala Harris' Opposing Truths
Photographer Justin Sullivan's snapshot of the California senator's campaign office questions her ultimate message.

A SpaceX Beer Supply Run, Sketchy Baby Yoda Merch, and More News
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

SpaceX Launched Its Last Rocket of the Decade to the ISS
A SpaceX rocket, slated to launch Wednesday, is carrying experiments on beer brewing, muscle decay, and fire behavior to the International Space Station.

Alleged Russian Hacker Behind $100 Million Evil Corp Indicted
The US is charging Maksim Yakubets over two of the biggest cybertheft campaigns of the last decade, and offers a record reward for information on the case.

*Watchmen* Is Finally Being Called a Hit
Likely thanks to a lot of online discussion, the HBO drama is amassing pretty good viewership numbers. 

With Shovels and Drones, Volcano Hunters Probe Kilauea
New studies reveal inner workings of the massive 2018 Hawaiian flow—the “Super Bowl” of eruptions.

No One Knows Why Rocks Are Exploding From Asteroid Bennu
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft spotted the asteroid spitting out rocks—more evidence that these alien worlds aren't so inert after all.

Now iPhone Users Can Tap Waymo's Self-Driving Ride-Hail App
The Google sibling says it has 1,500 monthly riders, including some who are chauffeured without a human backup driver.

Best Free Streaming Services to Save You From Subscription Hell
You may not have heard of Tubi, Pluto TV, and Kanopy—but they're the perfect cure for subscription fatigue.

Data Brokers are Cruising for a Bruising
We blame hackers for breaches, but shadowy brokers are often just as culpable, and need to be held accountable.

Stop Saying Driverless Cars Will Help Old People
And maybe start including them in research instead of just assuming we know what they want.



 
 

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