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SpaceX's Inspiration4 Returns After 3 Days in Orbit
The first all-civilian, all-private spaceflight splashed down off the coast of Florida.

The Best TV Streaming Devices for Cord Cutters
We've tested dozens of devices for watching stuff on 4K or HD TVs. These are our favorites.

Former US Intelligence Operatives Admit They Hacked for UAE
Plus: Remote learning spyware, an AT&T bribery scandal, and more of the week's top security news.

Breville’s Dual Boiler Is Nearly Perfect for Coffee Tinkerers
It’s expensive, but this espresso machine is a shrine to the pleasures of fine coffee.

Urchin Slayers Are Trying to Save the Underwater Rainforest
‘Zombie’ purple urchins have obliterated West Coast kelp forests with their insatiable appetites. Can they be stopped?

How My Job Search Forced Me to Catch Up With Technology
After being in one career for decades, I had to relearn how to apply for jobs—and how to stand out. Here are a few tips.

The 14 Best Weekend Deals on Gaming, Tech, and Cycling Gear
Fall in love with a new hobby this autumn with discounts on phones, bicycle apparel, and more.

Apple and Google Go Further Than Ever to Appease Russia
The tech giants have set a troubling new precedent.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra Is the Cheapest We’ve Ever Seen It
It’s still pricey even with this deal, but this Samsung has almost everything you could want in an Android phone right now.

FDA Mulls Boosters, States Dispute Mandates, and More News
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.

How to Preorder the iPhone 13—and Which One You Should Get
Get those Apple Wallets ready. From the Mini to the Pro Max, we break down all your options.

Neuroscience Is Inspiring Some Amazing Sci-Fi
Daryl Gregory's stories explore the many complexities of the human brain.

The Best iPad to Buy (and the Ones to Avoid)
With several new iPads on the market, choosing the right one is more complicated than ever. We’re here to help.

It’s Time to Talk About Facebook Research
Plus: Adam Mosseri on News Feeds, remote drivers for cars, and a pickle for Greenland.

The Best Laptop Backpacks for Work (and Life)
Whether you're riding a bike or schlepping a camera, these bags do the job right.

Samsung's Flagship 4K TV Dazzles in Bright Rooms
This 4K flagship is fantastic, even if you plan to watch with all the lights on.

When Nicki Minaj’s Cousin’s Friend’s Balls Dominated Twitter
The Covid-19 conversation has truly hit a nadir.

Anonymous Leaked a Bunch of Data From a Right-Wing Web Host
The hacktivist collective targeted the domain registrar Epik for providing services to clients including the Texas GOP, Parler, and 8chan.

How to Set Healthy Boundaries With Your Fitness Tracker
A smart wearable can be useful and fun—until it starts to fuel an obsession with numbers.

What's Apple's iPhone Camera Strategy, Anyway?
This week, we go deep on the photographic and cinematic capabilities of the iPhone 13.

What Is ‘Fire Weather,’ and Why Is It Getting Worse?
A new study of the American West shows that climate change is driving more days that are hot, dry, and windy—the perfect conditions for deadly wildfires.

A New App Helps Iranians Hide Messages in Plain Sight
Nahoft uses encryption to turn chats into a random jumble of words, and it works even when the internet doesn’t.

Drake, Kanye, Lil Nas X, and the Art of Online Self-Creation
The internet has given all three artists license for role-playing. Only one is using it to the best effect.

Join Us for RE:WIRED—Conversations on Humanity’s Biggest Bets
This November, some of the most interesting thinkers, technologists, and artists in the world will convene to discuss how tech is shaping our future.

GoPro’s Upgraded Action Cam Lets You Shoot More Silly Stunts
The biggest name in action cameras is back with an improved model. The GoPro Hero 10 has a better chip, better software, and water-friendly enhancements.

Cozy Management Games Remind Us How to Care
Sometimes a gentle nudge is all we need to start looking after ourselves, and others.

Trick Out Your iPhone 12 With These Cases and Accessories
Last year’s flagship phone is still a great pick. If you’ve got a 2020 model, here are the cases, chargers, and other extras you’ll want to snag.

No, Lovecraft Country Didn't Need a Second Season
The Emmy-nominated HBO series has been lauded for subversive storytelling. But its final episodes had fallen apart.

Which Apple Watch Is Best Right Now?
Apple now offers multiple versions of its popular fitness smartwatch. Here's our guide to them all.

Cync’s First Security Camera Adds an Extra Layer of Privacy
This capable, affordable camera has a manual shutter to block the lens when you don’t want it peeping.

4 Ways to Sell or Trade In Your Old iPhone
If you plan to upgrade to Apple's new models, don't forget to cash in on your old one.

Review: Deathloop Is a Unique Reflection on Time and History
It's not only a masterfully crafted stealth shooter, it also shows the possibility of radical ruptures with the present.

An Outdated Grid Has Created a Solar Power Economic Divide
Utilities have upgraded the infrastructure for rooftop power in richer neighborhoods, but low-income areas don't have the same capacity.

Is Becky Chambers the Ultimate Hope for Science Fiction?
Her gentle, heartwarming stories seek to soothe our troubled souls. They also aim to blow up the entire genre.

How to Watch the SpaceX Inspiration4 Launch
The first all-civilian, all-private mission to orbit prepares to blast off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

The Civilized Model 1 Bridges the Gap Between Bike and Moped
This sophisticated beauty of a bike is a beast at hauling cargo—if you're tall enough and don't need to go too far.

Take a Closer Look at Deathloop’s Trippy, ’60s-Infused Island
Arkane’s art director talks about the inspiration behind the game's unique psychedelic look.

The Best Noise-Canceling Headphones to Escape Reality
Whether they're over-ears or earbuds, our favorite picks will help add some serenity to your day.

You Can Now Ditch the Password on Your Microsoft Account
You no longer need a long string of characters to access Windows and Office 365.

How to Back Up Your iPhone
Save your memories before you grab the latest version of iOS.

SpaceX’s All-Civilian Inspiration4 Crew Readies for Launch
Four civilians—none of them NASA astronauts—are expected to blast into space aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket.

AbleGamers Just Got a Win for the Disabled Gaming Community
The nonprofit raised over $1 million. Donations came from big companies like Twitch, but most were smaller contributions from individual gamers.

Google Is Getting Caught in the Global Antitrust Net
As more governments force US tech companies to change how they do business, one case in Turkey cuts to the heart of the search giant’s power.

What Does a 120-Hz Refresh Rate Mean, Anyway?
We explain what you need to know about screen refresh rates for smartphones, TVs, and monitors.

Everything Apple Announced Today: iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch
The company unveiled the iPhone 13—and a handful of other products—at a media event on Tuesday.

It’s a Good Day to Update All Your Devices. Trust Us
iOS, Windows, and Chrome all have zero-day vulnerabilities that hackers are going after. Now that the fixes are here, you need to install them ASAP.

The iPhone 13 Wants to Shoot Your Next Feature Film
Apple's latest phones get minor but noteworthy upgrades, mostly in their video capture capabilities.

The iPad Mini Is More Than Ever a Big-Ass iPhone
And—hallelujah—it has a USB-C port.

Psychologists Are Learning What Religion Has Known for Years
Social scientists are researching what humans can do to improve their quality of life. Their findings echo what religious practices perfected centuries ago.

Can a Game Get Young Players Interested in Holocaust History?
The Light in the Darkness, co-written by a researcher and Holocaust survivor, aims to educate a new generation—and inspire them to learn more.



 
 

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