Finding a PlayStation 5 Is About to Get Easier
by Michael Calore (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Plus: Google Assistant comes to the Samsung Galaxy Watch4, and a new virtual space for streaming 360-degree audio invites you to jack in.
DuckDuckGo Isn’t as Private as You Think
by Andy Greenberg (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Plus: A $150 million Twitter fine, a massive leak from a Chinese prison in Xinjiang, and an ISIS plot to assassinate George W. Bush.
How to Switch to Google Fi
by Scott Gilbertson (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Here’s everything you need to know about switching from Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T to the search giant’s cell phone service.
‘Flash Droughts’ Are the Midwest’s Next Big Climate Threat
by Diana Kruzman (Wired) on May 28, 2022
New research shows that dry weather is coming on more quickly than before, with little advance warning. It could devastate farmers.
What Is 32-Bit Float Audio, and Should You Record In It?
by Eric Ravenscraft (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Is it the end of setting levels? Just another recording gimmick? Well, it's somewhere in between.
In Dot’s Home, Your Choices Are Often Illusions
by Williesha Morris (Wired) on May 28, 2022
The game tackles housing inequality, gentrification, racism, and generational trauma with elegance and empathy.
How to Clean Your Vinyl Records (Because They're Filthy!)
by Parker Hall (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Those clicks and pops aren't supposed to be there! Give your music a bath with this handy guide.
The Breaking Point Is Here—Again
by Jason Parham (Wired) on May 28, 2022
Tragedies converge, apocalypse colors the air, and digital realities no longer suffice. Eventually everything, and everyone, cracks.
How tech companies can help users dance in the metaverse
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Panelists at GamesBeat Summit speak about how dance, motion, and self-expression will translate in the metaverse.
Kaser Focus: Return of BD-1 (oh, and the other guy)
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
GamesBeat's Rachel Kaser is pleased to see the return of one of her favorite Star Wars game characters... and also Cal Kestis.
US college VPN credentials for sale on Russian crime forums, FBI says
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 27, 2022
Trafficked data could lead to subsequent attacks, agency warns.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor revealed at Celebration
by Jeff Grubb (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is coming in the next year, and Respawn Entertainment decided to tease fans at Star Wars Celebration.
Salesforce advances open-source Merlion project for time-series ML analysis
by Sean Michael Kerner (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Merlion is an end-to-end Python library for many different time-series tasks, including anomaly detection as well as forecasting.
This Mental Health Awareness Month, take care of your cybersecurity staff
by Shamla Naidoo (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Mental Health Awareness Month is an ideal time to address the burnout happening in cybersecurity, though it should be addressed all year.
From ITops to NoOps: Automox CEO on why organizations need to rethink the concept of automation
by Tim Keary (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Jay Prassl, CEO of Automox explains why enterprises need to start the ITOps to NoOps journey to keep up with the modern threat landscape.
LiveIn Review: The Top-Ranked App Is NextGen-ing Social Network
by Brad Anderson (ReadWrite) on May 27, 2022
In order to stand out from the crowd in the world of social network platforms, Livehouse Limited’s mobile app LiveIn has been rethinking what users want from the tools that keep them connected. With a concept that feels like the […]
PGA launches mobile golf game for kids made with Niantic Lightship
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
PGA announced it's launched a new mobile golf game called PGA Jr League Safari Par-Tee with animal avatars.
What are the security risks of open sourcing the Twitter algorithm?
by Tim Keary (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Experts debate whether open source Twitter is a net positive or negative for security, and what enterprises can do to protect their data.
The 26 Best Outdoor Summer Deals From REI’s Anniversary Sale
by Adrienne So (Wired) on May 27, 2022
It’s the most wonderful time of the year—when we start prepping for summer fun with titanium chopsticks and foldable kayaks.
Everything You Need to Know About Monkeypox
by David Cox (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Here’s how to recognize monkeypox’s symptoms, how to prevent and treat the disease, and what to do if you think you’ve been exposed to it.
Avoiding the trap of averages: Optimizing development timeline estimates
by Jenna Bunnell, Dialpad (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
The best software development timeline might not be the shortest, but it will be accurate and give your team time to finish a project.
Is Blockchain Technology Optimizing the Supply Chain System in Food and Agriculture Industry?
by Dronacharya Dave (ReadWrite) on May 27, 2022
An efficient logistics and supply chain system in the agriculture sector are as important as an efficient crop production system. Blockchain technology can ensure this needed efficiency. Fulfilling the food demand of a constantly rising […]
From ‘Star Wars’ to streaming wars: How AIops is fueling the intergalactic streaming battle
by Mohan Kompella, BigPanda (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Technologists understand that AIops is a key element of maintaining video streaming order (and restoring it when necessary).
Information security gets personal: How to protect yourself and your stuff
by Lee Hutchinson (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 27, 2022
Recapping our Ars Frontiers talk with a half-dozen information security experts.
Can SQL and NoSQL coexist?
by Matthew D. Groves, Couchbase (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
NoSQL is building momentum of its own, and providing the familiarity and power of SQL is how it's being done.
5 Ways to Improve and Optimize Your Company’s Data Security Program
by Peter Daisyme (ReadWrite) on May 27, 2022
Data. It’s one of the most critical and valuable assets of any organization. Is it any wonder, then, that cybercriminals around the world go after it? Your job as a business owner is to implement a security program that protects and […]
Sony schedules a State of Play event for June 2
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Sony is holding its first summer State of Play on June 2. It'll feature third-party games and PSVR titles.
What Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware means for the enterprise
by Peter Wayner (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
The goal for the new VMware will be to maintain enough quality in the existing software to ensure customers won't rewrite their apps.
The DeanBeat: What would Orwell think of big tech vs gaming?
by Dean Takahashi (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
I'm not sure what George Orwell would think of Epic vs. Apple, but he would say it is one of the most important struggles of our time.
Emerging digital twins standards promote interoperability
by George Lawton (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Emerging digital twin standards promise to help connect the dots between individual digital twins to enable systems of systems.
Candivore raises $10M for casual multiplayer games
by Dean Takahashi (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Candivore, the maker of the popular mobile game Match Masters, has raised a $10 million funding round to make casual multiplayer games.
Plume’s SuperPods Offer Fast Wi-Fi and Motion Sensing
by Simon Hill (Wired) on May 27, 2022
This plug-and-play mesh system delivers fast Wi-Fi and features, like motion sensing, that we’ve never seen before in a router.
The Most Powerful Story The Onion Ever Wrote
by Angela Watercutter (Wired) on May 27, 2022
The publication runs a version of “‘No Way To Prevent This,' Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens” after every mass shooting in America.
Benjamin Franklin Meets the Blockchain
by Steven Levy (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Plus: The early days of Y Combinator, a world without electricity, and a frightening new norm.
The Best Laptop Deals Right Now—and Which One Is Right for You
by Adam Speight (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Whether you’re looking for an all-arounder, a gaming powerhouse, or a wallet-friendly device, we’ve found discounts from trusted retailers.
How to Make a Microphone … From a Face Mask
by Rhett Allain (Wired) on May 27, 2022
The results won’t be high fidelity, but you can definitely turn sound into electric signals using an N95 and some physics knowledge.
Report: 33% of orgs don’t have a digital focus on accessibility
by VB Staff (VentureBeat) on May 27, 2022
Now more than ever, DEI is at the forefront of people’s perceptions of business. But it’s time we all address the missing “A”: accessibility.
The Download: Driverless cars’ AI plan, and stretching cells with a robotic shoulder
by Rhiannon Williams (MIT Technology Review) on May 27, 2022
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The big new idea for making self-driving cars that can go anywhere Four years ago, Alex Kendall […]
Quashing Racist Pseudoscience Is Science’s Responsibility
by C. Brandon Ogbunu (Wired) on May 27, 2022
The recent act of racist terrorism in Buffalo has raised the stakes on how science is communicated and sold.
Beyerdynamic’s DT 700 Pro X Can Make the Old Sound New Again
by Eric Ravenscraft (Wired) on May 27, 2022
What if the best headphones for gaming, movies, and music are the kind studios use to make them?
What Do Those Pesky 'Cookie Preferences' Pop-Ups Really Mean?
by Dorri Olds (Wired) on May 27, 2022
We asked the engineer who invented cookies what they mean and how to handle them.
The big new idea for making self-driving cars that can go anywhere
by Will Douglas Heaven (MIT Technology Review) on May 27, 2022
Four years ago, Alex Kendall sat in a car on a small road in the British countryside and took his hands off the wheel. The car, equipped with a few cheap cameras and a massive neural network, veered to the side. When it did, Kendall […]
Slash These 10 Work-From-Home Habits to Build Productivity
by Calendar (ReadWrite) on May 27, 2022
Did you know that 16% of companies globally are fully-remote? Even if you aren’t a part of that percentage, there’s a good chance that you occasionally work remotely. After all, 62% of employees between 22 and 65 say they […]
11 Great Memorial Day Deals on Sex Tech
by Jaina Grey (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Slide into summer with a bang this year, riding the wave from Masturbation May right into the long weekend.
Are TikTok Algorithms Changing How People Talk About Suicide?
by Amelia Tait (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Social media users have adopted terms like unalive to avoid platform censorship. But not using the word suicide can stigmatize it.
An Autonomous Car Blocked a Fire Truck Responding to an Emergency
by Aarian Marshall (Wired) on May 27, 2022
The incident in San Francisco cost first responders valuable time, and underscores the challenges Cruise and other companies face in launching driverless taxis.
The 25 Best Memorial Day Sales on Tech, Games, and Outdoor Gear
by Louryn Strampe, Gear Team (Wired) on May 27, 2022
Summer is within reach. Save on Bluetooth speakers, TVs, and hot-weather essentials this weekend.
TigerGraph launches Workbench for graph neural network ML/AI modeling
by Chris J. Preimesberger (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
TigerGraph's ML Workbench should enable data scientists to build deep-learning AI models using connected data directly from the business.
Report: Healthcare industry remains top target for cyberattacks
by VB Staff (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
With threat actors continuously innovating, healthcare organizations must explore how they can increase their preparedness.
The Quarry is a video game version of a fun slasher flick
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
We got to play a preview of the latest survival horror game from Supermassive: The Quarry, an homage to old slasher flicks.
Allen Institute launches new benchmark for general-purpose computer vision models
by Sharon Goldman (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
The Allen Institute for AI, also known as AI2, recently worked jointly with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to develop a new, unifying benchmark called GRIT (General Robust Image Task) for general purpose computer vision […]
Exciting Dad Gifts — and One to Get for Yourself
by Brad Anderson (ReadWrite) on May 26, 2022
It’s always difficult to come up with great gifts for dad. Many people think it’s their duty to “update” dad and I’ll admit to thinking that thought before myself. But these days, the ‘ole shirt and tie just doesn’t cut it. […]
Return to Monkey Island’s art director talks inspirations and expectations
by Mike Minotti (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
I had a chance to talk with Rex Crowle about his love for the Monkey Island franchise and his work on this new entry.
How Microsoft plans to improve the low-code landscape
by Louis Columbus (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
Microsoft's series of new product announcements this week at Build 2022 gives new options for orgs to achieve low-code development goals.
5 simple ways design leaders can build a meaningful approach to inclusivity
by Matt May, Adobe (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
Inclusivity is no longer an option for designers and design leaders. As needs evolve, customers demand solutions that better fit their needs.
Sniper Elite 5 pulled from Epic Games Store
by Jason McMaster (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
Sniper Elite 5 launched today on most standard platforms but not on Epic Games Store. Customers have been receiving refunds out of the blue.
Prime Gaming offers Far Cry 4 and more Monkey Island in June
by Rachel Kaser (VentureBeat) on May 26, 2022
Prime Gaming announced its June list, which includes among its free games Far Cry 4 and Escape from Monkey Island.
Omnipotent BMCs from Quanta remain vulnerable to critical Pantsdown threat
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 26, 2022
BMCs offer extraordinary control over cloud computers. So why hasn't Quanta patched?
How Do Patients Benefit from Artificial Intelligence
by Benedict Timmerman (ReadWrite) on May 26, 2022
Artificial intelligence in healthcare has come a long way. The use of computers has advanced significantly over the past few years. Today, sophisticated machines have been developed to perform human tasks like analyzing and interpreting […]
Google Urged to Stop Tracking Location Data Ahead of Roe Reversal
by Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica (Wired) on May 26, 2022
Lawmakers argue Android phone data could be “weaponized against women” if the US Supreme Court officially overturns abortion protections.
Who Owns 4chan?
by Justin Ling (Wired) on May 26, 2022
While the infamous imageboard's ties to mass shootings have long been clear, its relationship with a Japanese toymaker has remained remarkably murky.
Broadcom will pay $61 billion to become the latest company to acquire VMware
by Andrew Cunningham (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 26, 2022
Broadcom has spent billions buying up software companies in recent years.
Where Does Your Software Company Go From Here?
by Vince Dawkins (ReadWrite) on May 26, 2022
The creation of a hit software is an impressive feat — especially because 21.5% of startups across industries fail within their first year of business, while 30% don’t make it past their second. Creating a well-designed product […]
Watch a robotic shoulder practice twisting and stretching human cells
by Rhiannon Williams (MIT Technology Review) on May 26, 2022
A robotic shoulder that stretches, presses, and twists lab-grown human tendon tissue could pave the way for more successful tissue grafts. Though the field of tissue engineering is still mostly experimental, skin cells, cartilage, and even […]
What is Growth Marketing and the Best Tactics to Generate Leads
by Brad Anderson (ReadWrite) on May 26, 2022
Generating customer leads is often a top priority for business owners. However, many find it challenging to adopt the right strategy to generate those leads — especially quality ones. So what happens? Sales blame marketing for […]
Estimating impact and defining a future-ready cybersecurity strategy with brand risk calculator
by Jenn Webb (MIT Technology Review) on May 26, 2022
Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Watch Bill Mew, digital ethics campaigner and CEO of CrisisTeam.co.uk talk to Vishal Salvi, SVP & CISO at Infosys, and Ameya Kapnadak, chief growth officer […]
A Bored Ape Lawsuit Won’t Set the NFT Precedent Seth Green Wants
by Jessica Rizzo (Wired) on May 26, 2022
After the actor’s NFT and licensing agreement were stolen, he suggested going to court to win back intellectual property rights. Not so fast.
Why Boeing’s successful Starliner test is a big deal
by Rebecca Heilweil (Vox - Recode) on May 26, 2022
Boeing’s Starliner took off for the International Space Station on May 19. | Joel Kowsky/NASAElon Musk’s SpaceX finally has some competition. Starliner, a space capsule designed by Boeing, landed safely in the New Mexico desert early […]
The ‘Form’ Element Created the Modern Web. Was It a Big Mistake?
by Paul Ford (Wired) on May 26, 2022
A little HTML widget gave us all-powerful Amazon and Facebook. There's no closing Pandora's text box now.
The Download: Locking up carbon with corn, and the path to greener steel
by Rhiannon Williams (MIT Technology Review) on May 26, 2022
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Inside Charm Industrial’s big bet on corn stalks for carbon removal In recent weeks, a crew […]
The Best Weighted Blankets for Calm and Comfort
by Medea Giordano, Jaina Grey (Wired) on May 26, 2022
These accessories might not cure your anxiety or insomnia, but they can feel like a hug when you really need one.
WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann’s new crypto project sounds like a scam within a scam
by Neel Dhanesha (Vox - Recode) on May 26, 2022
Adam Neumann, co-founder of WeWork and the crypto company Flowcarbon, speaks at an event in Shanghai in 2018. | Jackal Pan/Visual China Group via Getty ImagesTurning carbon credits into crypto won’t fix climate change. Adam Neumann is […]
Report – Millennials Are Saving More Than Their Parents – Are You Saving Enough?
by Due (ReadWrite) on May 26, 2022
We financial millennials have been the punchline for Boomers for way too long. But, guess what? When it comes to saving money? We’re on fire. According to a study by Charles Schwab, millennials save significantly more for retirement […]
25 Best Memorial Day Sales on Grills, Camping, and Outdoor Gear
by Scott Gilbertson (Wired) on May 26, 2022
This long weekend marks the beginning of summer in the US, and it's a good time to score a deal on equipment for your next adventure.
Why Was the Tonga Eruption So Massive? Scientists Have New Clues
by Gregory Barber (Wired) on May 26, 2022
Early theories suggested an underwater landslide caused a catastrophic mix of magma and seawater. Recent evidence reveals an explosion unlike anything studied before.
The Mystery of China’s Sudden Warnings About US Hackers
by Matt Burgess (Wired) on May 26, 2022
The Chinese government recently began saber-rattling about American cyberespionage. The catch? It’s all old news.
11 Rapid At-Home Covid-19 Tests—and Where to Find Them
by Brenda Stolyar (Wired) on May 26, 2022
How accurate are over-the-counter swabs? Does your insurance cover them? We have answers.
‘How Are They Weapons? That’s Only a Flashlight!’
by Suzanne Sataline (Wired) on May 26, 2022
During the protests in Hong Kong, young people carried laser pointers, umbrellas, and plastic ties—objects that sometimes led to their arrest, and years of legal limbo.
Inside Charm Industrial’s big bet on corn stalks for carbon removal
by James Temple (MIT Technology Review) on May 26, 2022
In recent weeks, a crew of staffers from a company called Charm Industrial have been working on the edge of Kansas corn fields, moving rolled bales of stalks, leaves, husks, and tassels up to a white semi-trailer. Inside, a contraption […]
How Charm Industrial hopes to use crops to cut steel emissions
by James Temple (MIT Technology Review) on May 26, 2022
Charm Industrial has gained attention for its unusual approach to storing away carbon dioxide: converting plant matter into bio-oil that it then pumps into deep wells and salt caverns. (See related story.) But the San Francisco startup is […]
Critical Zoom vulnerabilities fixed last week required no user interaction
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 26, 2022
If your machine failed to get them automatically, you're not alone.
America’s gun violence epidemic, in one chart
by Rani Molla (Vox - Recode) on May 25, 2022
Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Kentucky, on July 22, 2021. | Jon Cherry/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesThe US has lots of gun violence. It also has lots of guns. In the wake of yet another unspeakable tragedy, in which 19 children and […]
How to Quickly & Efficiently Scale Your Marketing Agency
by Nate Nead (ReadWrite) on May 25, 2022
When it comes to agencies, growth is the name of the game. You either grow or you die trying. And, unfortunately, it seems like a large chunk of digital marketing and creative agencies have done the latter over the past 24 months. The […]
How Is Retail Evolving: Implementing AI in Brick-and-Mortar Stores
by Rob Press (ReadWrite) on May 25, 2022
Is AI the face of the new Brick-and-Mortar market? Artificial Intelligence’s business applications are undergoing unprecedented growth as a new evolving reality. Therefore, giving AI its due credit stands to reason on a two-fold basis. […]
The Story of Abortion Pills and How They Work
by Chris Baraniuk (Wired) on May 25, 2022
Mifepristone and misoprostol are a safe and effective way to end a pregnancy, but many people around the world still don’t know these drugs exist.
Microsoft’s Code-Writing AI Points to the Future of Computers
by Will Knight (Wired) on May 25, 2022
Today, AI can take control of characters in Minecraft. Soon, it could help you control your whole computer.
Tech Tricks: How to Manage a Remote and Hybrid Workforce Effectively
by Shannon Flynn (ReadWrite) on May 25, 2022
There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has created monumental shifts in the global workforce. Businesses had to quickly adapt and allow employees to work remotely, whether it was transitioning to a home-based or hybrid model. […]
The Download: Google’s AI cuteness overload, and America’s fight for gun control
by Rhiannon Williams (MIT Technology Review) on May 25, 2022
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The dark secret behind those cute AI-generated animal images Another month, another flood of […]
‘Tough to Forge’ Digital Driver’s Licenses Are—Yep—Easy to Forge
by Dan Goodin, Ars Technica (Wired) on May 25, 2022
Researchers found a litany of security flaws that allow simple, quick, and cheap forgeries in Australia.
Say Cheese! Snap’s Pixy Is a Fun and Unique Selfie Drone
by Adrienne So (Wired) on May 25, 2022
The adorable Snapchat flying camera makes it easier to capture precious moments—if you don’t mind short battery life and looking a little goofy.
The dark secret behind those cute AI-generated animal images
by Will Douglas Heaven (MIT Technology Review) on May 25, 2022
Another month, another flood of weird and wonderful images generated by an artificial intelligence. In April, OpenAI showed off its new picture-making neural network, DALL-E 2, which could produce remarkable high-res images of almost […]
SALES OF BEST BUY DROP BUT COMPANY TOPPED WALL STREET’S EXPECTATIONS
by ValueWalk (ReadWrite) on May 25, 2022
Same-store sales of Best Buy Co Inc (NYSE:BBY) dropped 8% during the first quarter ended April 30, amid lukewarm demand due to high prices. The company lowered its revenue outlook for the year after accruing $10.65 billion against an […]
Our Favorite Mattresses Are on Sale for Memorial Day
by Medea Giordano (Wired) on May 25, 2022
Ring in the summer with a brand-new bed, mattress topper, or cover.
An Amazon Warehouse Worker Takes the Fight to Shareholders
by Caitlin Harrington (Wired) on May 25, 2022
In a first, warehouse “picker” Daniel Olayiwola will present a resolution at the company’s annual shareholder meeting.
Researchers Made Ultracold Quantum Bubbles on the Space Station
by Ramin Skibba (Wired) on May 25, 2022
NASA’s Cold Atom Laboratory runs super-low-temperature experiments in near-zero gravity that would be impossible to accomplish on Earth.
Proton Is Trying to Become Google—Without Your Data
by Gilad Edelman (Wired) on May 25, 2022
The encrypted-email company, popular with security-conscious users, has a plan to go mainstream.
How to make money during the tech crash: Write about it
by Peter Kafka (Vox - Recode) on May 25, 2022
A London bus ad for Gopuff, an “instant delivery” service now under scrutiny as the tech industry retracts. | Mike Kemp/In Pictures via Getty ImagesThe bad news: Your startup is on the ropes. The good news: Here’s an offer for a […]
Florida’s social media free speech law has been blocked for likely violating free speech laws
by Sara Morrison (Vox - Recode) on May 24, 2022
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis may have scored scored political points with the law, but a court of law wasn’t thrilled. | Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesThe Florida law prevented certain platforms from banning political candidates. A federal appeals […]
NFT Marketplace – Why are They Necessary and How can They be Developed?
by Charles X (ReadWrite) on May 24, 2022
Since the arrival of blockchains as an academic concept in the 1990s, they have been seen as a game-changer. They indeed changed how finance is perceived when first implemented through the legendary cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Suddenly, people […]
The Mystery of Monkeypox’s Global Spread
by David Cox (Wired) on May 24, 2022
Initial genomic sequencing suggests the virus hasn’t mutated to become more transmissible. So what explains its unprecedented rise across the world?
The Art of Switching Off: How to Do More By Doing Less
by Andrew Gazdecki (ReadWrite) on May 24, 2022
You are not a machine, yet I bet you spend over seven hours in front of a screen pretending to be one. Yes, I understand you have a lot of work to do, and it’s a sign of the times that most of it occurs digitally. Unlike your devices, […]
What is Wi-Fi 7? Everything You Need to Know
by Simon Hill (Wired) on May 24, 2022
The Wi-Fi 6E successor is likely more than a year away, but it promises to significantly boost the speed and stability of your wireless connections.
Sneakerella Proves Disney Needs to Try Harder
by Laura Cameron (Wired) on May 24, 2022
If the company wants to increase diversity in its movies and shows, it needs to make more new stories—not reboot the old ones.
A Novelist and an AI Cowrote Your Next Cringe-Read
by Kate Knibbs (Wired) on May 24, 2022
The new novel Amor Cringe bills itself as “deepfake autofiction.” WIRED talked to its coauthors, K. Allado-McDowell and the language model GPT-3.
“Tough to forge” digital driver’s license is… easy to forge
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 24, 2022
A litany of security flaws allows forgeries that are easy, quick, and cheap.
The Download: Clearview AI’s hefty fine, and countries’ monkeypox preparation
by Rhiannon Williams (MIT Technology Review) on May 24, 2022
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The walls are closing in on Clearview AI Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI […]
Tech Leaders Can Do More to Avoid Unintended Consequences
by Rachel Botsman (Wired) on May 24, 2022
It’s difficult to predict the negative impacts of an idea or invention, but certain frameworks can help entrepreneurs see a little bit further.
Undersea Cables Are the Latest Tools for Earthquake Detection
by Matt Simon (Wired) on May 24, 2022
Rumbles and tides create tiny, detectable disturbances in fiber optics. The world’s cables could form a vast network for detecting earthquakes and tsunamis.
Crypto Bear Market Isn’t the Only Reason to Avoid Coinbase Global Stock
by InvestorPlace (ReadWrite) on May 24, 2022
Coinbase Global (COIN) stock could come under pressure as a result of increased regulatory scrutiny of the cryptocurrency markets. Furthermore, it’s been reported that some insiders have dumped their shares of Coinbase Global. Investors […]
Open Source Intelligence May Be Changing Old-School War
by Alexa O'Brien (Wired) on May 24, 2022
Intelligence collected from public information online could be impacting traditional warfare and altering the calculus between large and small powers.
Think Airport Crowds Are Bad Now? Wait ’Til Summer
by Omar L. Gallaga (Wired) on May 24, 2022
Increased demand and staffing shortages are already contributing to huge delays and airport logjams across the country. Here’s what you can do.
Quantum computers could change the world — provided they can work
by Bryan Walsh (Vox - Recode) on May 24, 2022
The inside of an IBM System One quantum computer. | Bryan Walsh/VoxQubits, decoherence, and superposition: a guide to the weird and revolutionary world of quantum computers. A few weeks ago, I woke up unusually early in the morning in […]
The Surveillance State Is Primed for Criminalized Abortion
by Lily Hay Newman (Wired) on May 24, 2022
A new report lays out existing US police surveillance capabilities that can easily be repurposed to monitor pregnant people.
10 Best Apps for CXO (2022 Edition)
by Faraz Qureshi (ReadWrite) on May 23, 2022
Whether you are an entrepreneur, CEO, or any other c-suite position holder of a company, employee management, workflow, and customer engagement is essential for business growth. Unfortunately, sometimes it becomes challenging to put […]
App Store Optimization Techniques and Strategies
by Praveen Mishra (ReadWrite) on May 23, 2022
Competing with millions of mobile apps, on the app store and Google play store, isn’t a breeze. In the first quarter of 2021, there were 3.48 million apps on the Google Play store. On the other hand, the iOS app store had 2.22 million […]
7 Tips for Powerful Link Building
by Nate Nead (ReadWrite) on May 23, 2022
If you’re looking for a way to expand your brand presence, drive traffic to your website, increase sales, or just grow your business in general, link building promises all of that and more. However, it’s an element of marketing that […]
Welcome to the Zombie Cryptocalypse
by Gilad Edelman (Wired) on May 23, 2022
The same qualities that make cryptocurrencies go bust also explain why they refuse to die.
Why it’s hard to sanction ransomware groups
by Ars Staff (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 23, 2022
Russia-linked ransomware gang Conti avoided sanctions that hit Russian businesses.
How to Achieve Digital Transformation Goals with Hyperautomation
by Prosper Ocheme (ReadWrite) on May 23, 2022
Are you an IT leader feeling stuck in your digital transformation goals? You are not alone. One of the most challenging questions in digital transformation is how to go from vision to execution. You may not be as far behind as you think. […]
Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 20, 2022
If you've used School Management Pro, it's time to check your site, stat.
How much longer can Google own the internet?
by Sara Morrison (Vox - Recode) on May 20, 2022
Google’s newest office in Mountain View, California. | David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesThe synonym for search finds itself in big antitrust trouble. This story is part of a Recode series about Big Tech and antitrust. Over the […]
Computex 2022 laptops 💻 Elon vs Twitter bots 🤖 Apple ‘testing’ foldable E Ink display 📱
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 20, 2022
Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz discuss the most interesting laptops announced this week at Computex 2022. 33:03 - Senior reporter Liz Lopatto returns to update us on Elon Musk's deal to buy to Twitter. 1:00:30 - Gadget rumors […]
Twitter deal leaves Elon Musk with no easy way out
by Financial Times (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 19, 2022
Strength of $44B agreement comes into focus as Musk appears to have second thoughts.
How we learned to break down barriers to machine learning
by Lee Hutchinson (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 19, 2022
Dr. Nashlie Sephus schools us on how to get ML on your IT team's radar.
New Bluetooth hack can unlock your Tesla—and all kinds of other devices
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 19, 2022
All it takes to hijack Bluetooth-secured devices is custom code and $100 in hardware.
The future of 911 is a little bit creepy
by Rebecca Heilweil (Vox - Recode) on May 19, 2022
Phonemakers and carriers are developing new technologies that are meant to improve emergency response. | Apu Gomes/AFP via Getty ImagesAs the 911 system adapts to the age of cellphones, it’s gaining access to all kinds of new data, too. […]
5 ways abortion bans could hurt women in the workforce
by Rani Molla (Vox - Recode) on May 19, 2022
The end of Roe v. Wade will hurt women in many ways. | Craig F. Walker/Boston Globe via Getty ImagesHow criminalizing abortion affects women at work. Roe vs. Wade is all but certain to be overturned, which could effectively make abortion […]
2 vulnerabilities with 9.8 severity ratings are under exploit. A 3rd looms
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 18, 2022
Security flaws in VMware and F5's BIG-IP are being exploited by malicious hackers.
The air conditioning paradox
by Umair Irfan (Vox - Recode) on May 18, 2022
A woman fans her child with a sheet of paper as a fan sits idle amid a power outage during a heat wave in Jacobabad, Pakistan, on May 11. | Aamir Qureshi/AFP via Getty ImagesHow do we cool people without heating up the planet? The world […]
How video game controllers got a lot more accessible
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 17, 2022
In the final chapter of our Vergecast “creators series,” Alex Cranz talks with Ben Heck, who has been modding game systems and controllers since the early 2000s, which led to his project creating single-handed video game […]
Researchers devise iPhone malware that runs even when device is turned off
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 16, 2022
Research is largely theoretical but exposes an overlooked security issue.
The tech sector teardown is more catharsis than crisis
by Financial Times (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 15, 2022
The rules of the game are changing for venture-backed startups.
How a French satellite operator helps keep Russia’s TV propaganda online
by WIRED (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 14, 2022
Eutelsat refused to stop Russia from broadcasting state-run programming.
Some top 100,000 websites collect everything you type—before you hit submit
by WIRED (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 14, 2022
A number of websites include keyloggers that covertly snag your keyboard inputs.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Google I/O 2022 📲 Stablecoins struggling to survive the crypto crash 📉 Apple discontinues the iPod 🎧
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 13, 2022
Nilay Patel and David Pierce interview Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai after Google announcing a bunch of products at their I/O conference. 34:25 - Dan Seifert joins the show to discuss the hardware previewed at Google I/O 2022. […]
Zyxel silently patches command-injection vulnerability with 9.8 severity rating
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 12, 2022
Flaw makes it possible to install web shell to maintain control of affected devices.
Backdoor in public repository used new form of attack to target big firms
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 11, 2022
Dependency confusion attacks exploit our trust in public code repositories.
How Google is trying to make ambient computing work
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 11, 2022
Google has big visions for the future of computing. It’s working on building what it calls an ambient computer: a virtual helper that can accomplish anything, anywhere, any way you want. But that vision won’t come easy. Ahead of […]
US and its allies say Russia waged cyberattack that took out satellite network
by Dan Goodin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 10, 2022
February outage came an hour before Russia began its invasion of Ukraine.
Netflix’s ad-supported tier will reportedly roll out sooner than expected
by Jon Brodkin (Biz & IT – Ars Technica) on May 10, 2022
NYT: Netflix memo to employees said it aims to introduce ad tier in Q4 2022.
3D printing and trackballs: the future of gadgets?
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 10, 2022
In episode two of our Vergecast "creators series," Alex Cranz talks with the creators of Ploopy, the open source trackball that has a dedicated fanbase on Reddit. Alex also talks with Chris Person, who recently wrote about Ploopy […]
"After Steve" author Tripp Mickle / Fortnite’s back on iOS / Sonos’s voice assistant
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 6, 2022
Nilay Patel and David Pierce chat with Tripp Mickle, a New York Times reporter and the author of a new book titled After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost its Soul. They talk about the rise of Jony Ive and Tim […]
How the mechanical keyboard went mainstream again
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 3, 2022
For the next three weeks on Tuesdays, Verge managing editor Alex Cranz hosts some shows focused on the creator space and, in Vergecast fashion, the nerdiest part of the creator space we can think of. In this episode, Alex talks with […]
Twitter accepts Elon Musks' buyout / Snap Pixy drone hands-on / Apple releases fix for Studio Display
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 29, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Liz Lopatto discuss Elon Musk buying Twitter and what's next for the social media company. Senior reporter Alex Heath joins the show to discuss his experience with Snap's selfie drone. Managing […]
Sonos' new budget soundbar / CNN Plus is shutting down / Netflix loses subscribers for the first time in over a decade
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 22, 2022
David Pierce rejoins The Vergecast with Nilay Patel and Alex Cranz. The crew discuss Netflix losing subscribers for the first time in over a decade, CNN Plus shutting down only a month after it launched, and a whole lot more. Verge editor […]
What is Blockchain: Everything You Need to Know (2022)
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on April 18, 2022
If you want to pay online, you need to register an account and provide credit card information. If you don't have a credit card, you can pay with bank transfer. With the rise of cryptocurrencies, these methods may become old.Imagine a […]
Mark Zuckerberg’s big plans for AR glasses / Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter in takeover attempt
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 15, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Liz Lopatto, Alex Cranz, and Alex Heath discuss Elon Musk's offer to buy 100 percent of Twitter and what it could mean for the company. Senior reporter Adi Robertson joins the show to discuss Elon's limited […]
Elon Musk buys 9.2 percent of Twitter / OnePlus 10 Pro review / QD-OLED monitors and TVs
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 8, 2022
Verge managing editor Alex Cranz leads this week's show with Dan Seifert, Liz Lopatto, and Allison Johnson to discuss Elon Musk buying stock in Twitter, Allison's review of the OnePlus 10 Pro, and the newest monitors and televisions in […]
Steve Aoki on why he’s a ‘crypto believer’
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 1, 2022
Vergecast is on spring break this week! In the meantime, check out Nilay's discussion with Steve Aoki from this week's episode of Decoder with Nilay Patel. Steve Aoki is a superstar DJ, producer, record label owner, and prolific […]
How many engineers does it take to make a robot sing?
by Daniel Carrillo (Starship Technologies - Medium) on March 29, 2022
By March 2022, Starship robots had played more than 108,000 songs over the past seven months, meaning our customers put around 500 songs into their basket every day when ordering from Starship. That’s an awesome outcome considering that […]
Asus’ ROG flow Z13 / Samsung’s Freestyle Projector / Apple's iPhone subscription service plan
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 25, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Dan Seifert discuss the tech headlines from this site this week — including Google's deal with Spotify over app fees, Nothing's first smartphone, and the struggle with TV projectors. Google will […]
We reviewed the Mac Studio, the Studio Display, the iPhone SE, and the iPad Air
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 18, 2022
Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, Monica Chin, Allison Johnson, and Dan Seifert discuss The Verge's reviews of the Apple products announced last week: the new iPhone SE, iPad Air, Mac Studio, and Studio Display. Further reading: Apple’s new […]
Exploring the unknown
by Daniel Carrillo (Starship Technologies - Medium) on March 16, 2022
A brave leap from big corporate to pioneering start-up — Timo Lehto’s journey at Starship began 2.5 years ago and continues to provide him that extra something in life. As Product Manager, he thrives at the opportunity to build […]
ProWritingAid VS Grammarly: Which Grammar Checker is Better in (2022) ?
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on March 13, 2022
ProWritingAid VS Grammarly: When it comes to English grammar, there are two Big Players that everyone knows of: the Grammarly and ProWritingAid. but you are wondering which one to choose so here we write a detail article which will help […]
Sellfy Review 2022: How Good Is This Ecommerce Platform?
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on March 12, 2022
Are you searching for an ecomerce platform to help you build an online store and sell products?In this Sellfy review, we'll talk about how this eCommerce platform can let you sell digital products while keeping full control of your […]
Meet Awesome Women at Starship: Kaari writes code to help Starship meet its goals
by Daniel Carrillo (Starship Technologies - Medium) on March 11, 2022
Inspired by the International Women’s Day, we recently launched a campaign in all our channels in order to truly celebrate the powerful and inspirational women here at Starship. Although we only have one specific month to celebrate the […]
Apple announces new iPhone SE, Mac Studio, M1 Ultra, and more
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 11, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Dan Seifert discuss all the announcements from Apple's Peek Performance event this week. Further reading: The 7 biggest announcements from Apple’s Peek Performance event Apple iPhone SE gains […]
Meet Awesome Women at Starship: Karoliina keeps our fleet of robots healthy
by Daniel Carrillo (Starship Technologies - Medium) on March 8, 2022
Inspired by the International Women’s Day, we at Starship are also celebrating the powerful women in our international community. Did you know that out of Starship’s almost 1000 employees only ¼ are women? Therefore, the more we care […]
Goodbye to Dieter Bohn, with special guest Walt Mossberg
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 4, 2022
This was a tough one. The Verge co-founder and Executive Editor Dieter Bohn is leaving us. Nilay Patel, Walt Mossberg and Dieter Bohn walk down memory lane and discuss their first meeting, founding The Verge, CES memories, and what Dieter […]
Russia starts a star war / Ford splits itself in two / Apple “Peek Performance” event preview
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 4, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Dan Seifert discuss what could possibly be announced by Apple next week. Senior reporter Loren Grush explains what's going on with Russia and space. And Andrew Hawkins talks about Ford splitting […]
Ahrefs vs SEMrush: Which SEO Tool Should You Use?
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on March 1, 2022
SEMrush and Ahrefs are among the most popular tools in the SEO industry. Both companies have been in business for years and have thousands of customers per month. If you're a professional SEO or trying to do digital marketing on your own, […]
Top 10 Best PLR(Private Label Rights) Websites | Which One You Should Join in 2022?
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on February 26, 2022
Content creation is one of the biggest struggles for many marketers and business owners. It often requires both time and financial resources, especially if you plan to hire a writer.Today, we have a fantastic opportunity to use other […]
Steam Deck review / Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 25, 2022
Senior news editor Sean Hollister joins Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz to discuss his review of the Steam Deck, the latest portable gaming system. Verge reviewer Allison Johnson continues the gadget talk with her review of […]
Canva Review 2022: Details, Pricing & Features
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on February 20, 2022
Are you looking for a new graphic design tool? Would you like to read a detailed review of Canva? As it's one of the tools I love using. I am also writing my first ebook using canva and publish it soon on my site you can download it is […]
Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 review / Spotify is acquiring two major podcast tech platforms / The LinkBuds are Sony’s strangest earbuds yet
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 18, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Monica Chin discuss phones, laptops, and chips announced and reviewed this week. Senior reporter Ashley Carman joins the show to discuss the latest podcast industry news. Further […]
Top 7 Best Wordpress Plugin Of All Time
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on February 11, 2022
If you are looking for the best wordpress plugins, then you are at the right place. Here is the list of best wordpress plugins that you should use in your blog to boost SEO, strong your security and know every aspects of your blog . […]
Samsung announces Galaxy S22 Ultra / Microsoft announces open app store rules / Peloton fired 2,800 employees and gave them free Peloton memberships
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 11, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Chris Welch discuss all the announcements from Samsung's Galaxy S22 Unpacked event. Senior reporter Adi Robertson explains Microsoft's Open App Store Principles and the other tech […]
YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan on new features for creators in 2022
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 10, 2022
Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and streaming reporter Catie Keck talk with YouTube Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan about new features coming to YouTube: more tools for Shorts, interactive live streaming, a new YouTube TV interface, and […]
Ginger VS Grammarly: Which Grammar Checker is Better in (2022) ?
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on February 10, 2022
Ginger VS Grammarly: When it comes to grammar checkers, Ginger and Grammarly are two of the most popular choices on the market. This article aims to highlight the specifics of each one so that you can make a more informed decision about […]
Most Frequently Asked Questions About NFTs(Non-Fungible Tokens)
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on February 6, 2022
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are the most popular digital assets today, capturing the attention of cryptocurrency investors, whales and people from around the world. People find it amazing that some users spend thousands or millions of […]
Facebook lost daily users for the first time ever / Spotify CEO defends Joe Rogan deal
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 4, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, Ashley Carman, and Alex Heath discuss Meta's rough week: Facebook reported its first-ever quarterly decline of daily users globally, along with lower-than-expected ad growth that sent its stock plunging […]
Motivated by the almost impossible
by Daniel Carrillo (Starship Technologies - Medium) on February 1, 2022
To repeat and manage the already proven isn’t his thing. Instead, he is occupied with revolutionising the world of transport. Joakim Kronqvist, Senior Mobile Developer at Starship, wants to create a better and more automated world. With […]
10 Best Chrome Extensions That Are Perfect for Everyone
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on January 31, 2022
Are you a great Chrome user? That’s nice to hear. But first, consider whether or not there are any essential Chrome extensions you are currently missing from your browsing life, so here we're going to share with you 10 Best Chrome […]
Most Frequently Asked Questions About Email Marketing
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on January 29, 2022
1. Why is email marketing important?Email is the marketing tool that helps you create a seamless, connected, frictionless buyer journey. More importantly, email marketing allows you to build relationships with prospects, customers, and […]
Spotify picks Joe Rogan over Neil Young / Intel’s $20 billion bet on Ohio / Q4 earnings for Big Tech
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 28, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Tom Warren discuss Q4 earnings for the big tech companies like Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, and Tesla. Casey Newton joins the show to discuss Spotify's controversy regarding Joe Rogan's podcast, […]
7 Free Websites Every Content Creator Needs to Know
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on January 27, 2022
Do you have the desire to become a content creator, but not have the money to start? Here are 7 free websites every content creator needs to know.1.Exploding Topics (Trending Topics)(Photo Credit:- Exploding Topics)If you're a content […]
Top 9 Free AI Tools That Make Your Life Easier
by email@example.com (Unknown) (Crunch Hype) on January 24, 2022
Copy.aiPhoto:- Copy.aiFirst one on the list is copy.ai. It is an AI based copy writer tool. Basically what a copywriter tool does is, it gives you content that you can post on your blog or video when you give it a few descriptions […]
Microsoft to acquire Activision for $68.7 billion / Google is building an AR headset / The 5G battle between the FAA, AT&T, Verizon, and airlines
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 21, 2022
Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks with games reporter Ash Parrish and senior reporter Alex Heath about Microsoft acquiring Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion and Google building a new AR headset. Policy editor Russell Brandom […]
Wordle and the App Store clones / FTC’s Meta antitrust lawsuit moves forward / PCs big year
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 14, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Russell Brandom discuss the FTC proceeding with an antitrust lawsuit against Meta, the success of Wordle and its app clones, and more RCS drama. Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert stops by to chat […]
CES 2022: all the TVs, concept cars, laptops, and gadgets announced this week
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 7, 2022
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz run through the huge amount of products announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 this week — from QD-OLED TVs, to EVs, to a hair-coloring gadget. All the stories discussed: CES […]
Values we work by in the Starship Product Team
by Monika Zych (Starship Technologies - Medium) on December 22, 2021
Product designers are partners in crime with product managersThere has been enough written on how to build highly effective product teams. You might have read Marty Cagan’s book (we did too) or dozens of other articles. Even if you […]
James Webb Space Telescope to launch next week / cool gadgets announced this week
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on December 17, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Loren Grush discuss NASA's plan for launching the James Webb Space Telescope, the successor to NASA’s Hubble telescope. Second half of the show, the crew go through all the gadgets and software […]
Can Matter save the smart home?
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on December 14, 2021
In our final Vergecast Spec-tacular of the year, Dieter Bohn dives into Matter, the new tech standard that smart home gadgets will use to communicate with each other, making compatibility between gadgets significantly easier. Guests […]
Matrix Awakens Unreal Engine 5 demo / Snap’s first AR Spectacles / Android games come to Windows in 2022
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on December 10, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Heath discuss Epic Games' Matrix experience in Unreal Engine 5, Snap’s first AR Spectacles, streaming news, and more. Stories discussed: Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss on making The Matrix Awakens […]
Behind the scenes of our Treo documentary, Springboard
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on December 7, 2021
Live at On The Verge in New York City, Nilay and Dieter discuss The Verge's documentary Springboard: the secret history of the first real smartphone and conduct at Q&A with the audience. Springboard is now streaming worldwide. You can […]
Jack Dorsey steps down from Twitter / The future of the blockchain / FTC is suing to block Nvidia’s purchase of Arm
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on December 3, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn chat with Alex Heath and Casey Newton about Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO of Twitter and what's going in the world of crypto. Managing editor Alex Cranz stops by to share news that the FTC is suing to block […]
From Australia to Estonia — Q&A with Lindsay Roberts, Head of Autonomous Driving
by Annela Coates (Starship Technologies - Medium) on December 2, 2021
From Australia to Estonia — Q&A with Lindsay Roberts, Head of Autonomous DrivingLindsay Roberts has been with Starship from the start — he is the ninth employee of the company. “It was me, my friend Andy, and the Estonian […]
Eero CEO Nick Weaver on 5G, Thread, and the future of the smart home
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 23, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn interview CEO of Eero Nick Weaver live at On The Verge in New York City. The discussion includes how the Ring Alarm Pro came together, Eero supporting Thread and Matter, integration of 5G, and what's next for […]
“We are doing something that was said to be impossible just a few years ago”
by Annela Coates (Starship Technologies - Medium) on November 22, 2021
An Interview with Sulo Kallas — Senior Electronics Engineer, Starship Technologies.At the Starship Head Office in Mustamäe, Tallinn, the world’s leading delivery robot is being developed as a solution for the last mile delivery […]
Apple will make repair manuals and parts available to public / Russia blows up a satellite / Biden signs infrastructure package
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 19, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn chat with policy reporter Makena Kelly about Pres. Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package and what it will do to improve broadband access in the US. Senior science reporter Loren Grush joins the show to talk […]
Let's Chat about RCS
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 16, 2021
The Verge's Dieter Bohn dives into the messy past and uncertain future of Rich Communication Services, or RCS, a new texting standard that Google had been pushing for Android users. Guests include: Sanaz Ahari, Senior Director of […]
EV startup Rivian goes public / Judge orders Apple to allow external payment options / Microsoft announces Windows 11 SE
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 12, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Sean O'Kane discuss electric vehicle startup Rivian becoming a publicly traded company after executing one of the biggest initial public offerings in history. The crew also cover […]
What’s next for USB-C
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 9, 2021
The Verge's Dieter Bohn dedicates this week's Tuesday episode to the fractious history and fraught future of USB-C. Guests include: CTO of ASTC Rod Whitby, who has worked with USB-C standards since its infancy Verge senior reporter […]
Microsoft enters the metaverse race / Beats Fit Pro review / Apple’s software chief speaks out against sideloading
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 5, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Tom Warren discuss Microsoft's take on the metaverse at their Ignite event this past week. Verge editor Chris Welch joins to chat about his review of the Beats Fit Pro and Apple's […]
Vergecast Live @ On The Verge 2021
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on November 1, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn are joined by Verge alums Joanna Stern and David Pierce live on stage at The Verge's 10th anniversary party. Stories discussed from "Episode 69" Tim Cook must testify in ebook price fixing case FCC approves […]
Facebook becomes Meta / Pixel 6 review / Macbook Pro review
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 29, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Alex Heath discuss Facebook's new name. Dan Seifert joins to discuss the reviews for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro as well as MacBook Pro. Mark Zuckerberg on why Facebook is rebranding to […]
Inside our MacBook Pro 2021 review
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 26, 2021
Dieter Bohn hosts a discussion with Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and Verge reviewer Monica Chin about The Verge's approach to reviewing gadgets, focusing specifically on Apple's 2021 MacBook Pro. The crew are still in the process of […]
Apple’s Unleashed event / Facebook is planning to rebrand the company / Google holds Pixel 6 event
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 22, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Alex Heath discuss Facebook's plan to rebrand the company with a new name, the products announced at Apple's Unleashed event, and what happened at Google's Pixel 6 event. On The Verge […]
Google’s Pixel 6 with Sundar Pichai and Rick Osterloh
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 19, 2021
Dieter Bohn sits down with Google CEO Sundar Pichai and SVP of Devices and Services at Google Rick Osterloh to discuss the launch of the Pixel 6 — including its tensor processing chip, the Android ecosystem, and what makes this Pixel […]
HTC Vive Flow announced / Apple Watch Series 7 review / Apple's Oct 18th event preview
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 15, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Adi Robertson discuss HTC's new VR headset the Vive Flow. Also: Apple, Google, and Samsung all have events next week. The crew discuss what to expect. Further reading: The $499 HTC […]
Surface extravaganza: a review of Windows 11 and Microsoft’s new Surface lineup
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 12, 2021
Dieter Bohn hosts a discussion on reviews for the newest Microsoft products launched this fall — Windows 11, Surface Pro 8, Surface Laptop Studio, and Surface Go 3 — with The Verge's Monica Chin, Dan Seifert, and Tom Warren. Further […]
Land of the Giants: This Changes Everything
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 11, 2021
In Land of the Giants: The Apple Revolution, Recode’s Peter Kafka explores the company that changed what a computer is — and then changed what a phone is. From its beginnings as a niche personal computer company, Apple became the […]
Facebook's bad week: a 60 Minutes interview, a six-hour outage, and a Senate whistleblower hearing
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 8, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Russell Brandom discuss Facebook's bad week: from a 60 Minutes interview, to a 6-hour outage, to a Facebook whistleblower hearing. The crew also get into Android 12, Pixel 6 rumors, iOS […]
Teaching AI to taste and smell could help the future of product design
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 5, 2021
For the next four Tuesdays, Verge senior reporter Ashley Carman will explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are shaping the future of a variety of industries. In this episode, Ashley explores how AI can be used for […]
Amazon’s fall hardware event / Google’s Search On / Code Conference 2021
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on October 1, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz discuss all the product announced at Amazon's fall devices event, as well as Google's Search On fall event. Verge senior reporter Alex Heath joins the show to discuss news that came out […]
AI can be your writing buddy, your blogger, or your Dungeon Master
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 28, 2021
For the next four Tuesdays, Verge senior reporter Ashley Carman will explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are shaping the future of a variety of industries. In this episode, Ashley explores the wild world of AI writing […]
iPhone 13 review / Microsoft’s Surface event biggest announcements
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 24, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Tom Warren discuss the reviews of the iPhone 13/iPhone 13 Pro and the many new devices Microsoft announced at their Surface event this week. Further reading: iPhone 13 review: yep, […]
AI might help edit the next generation of blockbusters
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 21, 2021
For the next four Tuesdays, Verge senior reporter Ashley Carman will explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are shaping the future of a variety of industries. In this episode, Ashley explores how AI is being used to […]
Apple’s iPhone 13 event: the biggest announcements
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 17, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz discuss all the products announced at Apple's hardware event this week: iPhones, iPads, the Apple Watch, and more. Keep listening for some gadget news, including Nintendo finally adding […]
Everyone will be able to clone their voice in the future
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 14, 2021
For the next four Tuesdays, Verge senior reporter Ashley Carman will explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are shaping the future of a variety of industries. In this episode, Ashley talks to AI companies that are […]
Epic v. Apple judge rules that Apple must allow other forms of in-app purchases
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 11, 2021
In an emergency Vergecast, The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Adi Robertson, and Russell Brandom discuss the ruling today in the Epic v. Apple trial. Further reading: Apple must allow other forms of in-app purchases, rules judge in […]
Facebook debuts Ray-Ban smart glasses / Apple’s iPhone 13 event will take place on September 14th / Amazon announces its first-ever lineup of smart TVs
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 10, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Alex Heath discuss Facebook's newest endeavor into sunglasses with cameras on them, predictions for next week's Apple event, and of course some new gadgets announced this week. Further […]
Microsoft announces Surface event for Sept. 22nd / Apple concedes to let apps link to the web sign up / iPhone 13 could have satellite connectivity
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on September 3, 2021
The Verge's Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Chaim Gartenberg discuss a bunch of new Apple App Store policies, the upcoming Microsoft Surface event, and some fun strange new gadgets from this week. Further reading: Reddit bans anti-vaccine […]
OnlyFans' back and forth on adult content ban / Tim Cook’s Apple, ten years later
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on August 27, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex, Cranz, and Adi Robertson discuss why OnlyFans planned to prohibit sexually explicit content on their platform and why it reversed its position days later. Second half of the show, the crew […]
Google Pixel 5a review / Facebook's metaverse for work / Apple, Epic, and Google emails
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on August 20, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, Allison Johnson, and Dan Seifert discuss reviews for the Google Pixel 5a, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3, and the T-Mobile data breach that exposed personal info of more than 47 […]
Samsung announces Galaxy Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3, Watch 4 and Buds 2 / Apple’s controversial new child protection features, explained
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on August 13, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Chris Welch discuss what was announced at Samsung's August Unpacked event, including new foldables. Senior reporter Adi Robertson explains the important changes coming to Apple's […]
Pixel 6 preview / Apple reveals new efforts to fight child abuse imagery
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on August 6, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz discuss Google's preview of the Pixel 6 and its Tensor chip. Verge policy editor Russell Brandom explains how Apple will reportedly scan photos on iPhones and iCloud for child abuse […]
The summer Intel fell behind / earnings for Apple, Google, Samsung / Nothing's Ear 1 earbuds
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on July 30, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Chaim Gartenberg discuss this week in tech news: quarterly earnings for the big tech companies, the state of Intel, and the Nothing's Ear 1 earbuds. Further reading: CDC reinstitutes mask […]
Verizon switches to Android Messages as default RCS / Jeff Bezos goes to space / Biden and Big Tech
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on July 23, 2021
The Verge's Dieter Bohn and Alex Cranz discuss Verizon switching to Android Messages as default for RCS, as well as the many gadgets from this week. Verge policy editor Russell Brandom joins to talk about President Biden's criticism of […]
Interview: Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s metaverse
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on July 22, 2021
Casey Newton talks with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about his vision for an embodied internet (or "the metaverse), the challenges of governing it, and gender imbalance in virtual reality today. They also discuss President Biden’s fierce […]
The Steam Deck is Valve's new handheld / iPhone 13 rumors grow / Virgin Galactic sends Richard Branson to the edge of space
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on July 16, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Alex Cranz discuss this week in tech news — the new Valve Steam Deck, Netflix potentially getting into gaming, a lot of Apple news, and some billionaires going into space. Further reading: The COVID-19 […]
Google faces antitrust lawsuit over Google Play Store fees / Nintendo announced OLED Switch / 'EV Day' event held for Stellantis
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on July 9, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Adi Robertson discuss the new antitrust lawsuit Google faces from 36 states, the new hardware Nintendo announced this week, and what happened at Stellantis' ‘EV Day’. Further reading: Who […]
Microsoft announces Windows 11, with a new design, Start menu, and more
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on June 25, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Tom Warren discuss the official reveal of Windows 11 at Microsoft's event on Thursday. Further reading: The slow transitions of a lingering pandemic The pandemic made Navajo Nation’s radio stations even […]
Google adds RCS encryption to Messages / Congress gearing up to fight big tech / Windows 11 leaks
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on June 18, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to Verge senior editor Tom Warren about leaks of Microsoft's Windows 11 UI and announcements from E3 2021. Verge politics reporter Makena Kelly explains how Republicans and Democrats are gearing up to fight […]
WWDC 2021: Apple's iOS 15, spatial audio, macOS Monterey, and more
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on June 11, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Alex Cranz, and Chris Welch discuss all the announcements from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference that took place this week. All the links: COVID-19 hospitalization rates in adolescents went up during March […]
Huawei’s HarmonyOS arrives / Microsoft's next gen Windows / Apple's WWDC preview
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on June 4, 2021
Co-hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge senior editor Tom Warren and managing editor Alex Cranz about operating systems — what's coming up at Apple's developer conference next week, where Microsoft will take Windows next, […]
Tim Cook's bad day in Epic vs Apple
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 22, 2021
In part 2 of this week's episode, Nilay talks with Adi Robertson about the judge's harsh questioning of Tim Cook on the last day of testimony in Epic vs Apple. Further reading: Apple said Roblox developers don’t make games, and now […]
Google I/O announcements and iPad Pro M1 review
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 21, 2021
In part 1 of this week’s episode, Nilay and Dieter talk with deputy editor Dan Seifert about Google I/O and reviews for the M1 iMac and iPad Pro. Further reading: Google I/O 2021: the 14 biggest announcements Android 12 preview: […]
Starlink, Epic v. Apple, and laptops laptops laptops
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 14, 2021
The Epic v. Apple trial continues with big drama about naked bananas and weird game definitions. Nilay tries to get Starlink space internet working, and there's new Intel chips. Adi Robertson and Monica Chin join this week. Epic and Apple […]
Dodging the data bottleneck — data mesh at Starship
by Taavi Pungas (Starship Technologies - Medium) on May 11, 2021
Dodging the data bottleneck — data mesh at StarshipA gigabyte of data for a bag of groceries. This is what you get when doing a robotic delivery. That’s a lot of data — especially if you repeat it more than a million times […]
Apple v Epic week 1 roundtable
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on May 7, 2021
Nilay and Dieter talk with Verge senior reporter Adi Robertson and senior editor Tom Warren about the first week of the Epic Games v Apple trial. Why Epic is burning its own cash to cook Apple Apple antitrust trial kicks off with Tim […]
iOS 14.5 update features / Apple sales skyrocket / Podcast platforms amp up their product
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 30, 2021
Nilay Patel is joined by Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert and news editor Chaim Gartenberg to discuss i0S14.5, Apple's earnings, Epic vs. Apple, chip shortages, and Samsung's new laptops. Senior reporter Ashley Carman joins the show to talk […]
Apple announces new iMacs, AirTags, and iPad Pro / Congress is diving into the App Store fight
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 23, 2021
Vergecast hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss all the product announcements from Apple's Spring Loaded event this week with Verge news editor Chaim Gartenberg. Verge politics reporter Makena Kelly details what happened at Wednesday's […]
LG quits the smartphone business / Sonos Roam review / Apple "Spring Loaded" event preview
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 16, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Chris Welch dive into the tech and gadget news from this week — including theories on what will be announced at Apple's spring event next week, LG quitting the smartphone business, and Sonos' next speakers. […]
Land of the Giants: The Google Empire
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 9, 2021
Vergecast is on vacation this week, so instead we'll share an episode of Land of the Giants from our friends at Recode. Land of the Giants is a podcast that explores the five biggest tech companies and their impact on our world, and this […]
The rise of Clubhouse competitors / Apple's WWDC rumors / What is Google Chrome FLoC?
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on April 2, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert about this week's Apple rumors ahead of WWDC 2021 — from their AR headset to new iPads. Senior reporter Ashley Carman joins the show to discuss social audio platform […]
OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro review / Zuckerberg, Dorsey, and Pichai testify before Congress once again
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 26, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge reporter Allison Johnson about her review of the One Plus 9 and how it compares with their 9 Pro and other Android flagship phones. Politics reporter Makena Kelly joins the show the discuss […]
Samsung Unpacked 2021 / Zack Snyder's Justice League is in 4:3 aspect ratio / EVs, e-bikes, and batteries
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 19, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to Verge reporter Julia Alexander about the long-awaited release of "the Snyder cut" of the Justice League film on HBO Max and more updates in the world of streaming services. Verge senior reporter Andrew […]
NFTs explained / Sonos' new bluetooth speaker / Asus ROG phone 5 review
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 12, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to Verge deputy editor Elizabeth Lopatto about the NFT craze from the past few weeks and explains how the transactions work. Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert joins the show for a gadget roundup — from the […]
A conversation about Section 230 and the future of the internet
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 8, 2021
Last week, The Verge held a virtual event about regulating the internet — from antitrust to privacy to the many proposals for changing Section 230, hosted by Verge senior reporter Adi Robertson. The event kicked off with a keynote from […]
Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. buys Tidal / Microsoft Mesh and the future of Microsoft Teams / Apple not switching to USB-C iPhones
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on March 5, 2021
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to Billboard's Micah Singleton about Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal. Verge senior editor Tom Warren joins the show to discuss the announcement of […]
Spotify's big plan for podcasting / Where 5G is headed in 2021 / Everything to know about Paramount Plus
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 26, 2021
Hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge reporter Allison Johnson about T-Mobile bringing back their unlimited 5G plan with no throttling, the results of the C-band spectrum auction, and the state of 5G in America. Ashley Carman […]
Australia's bargain with Google and Facebook / Apple TV on Chromecast / Nintendo Direct's biggest announcements
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 19, 2021
Nilay Patel talks with Adi Robertson and Casey Newton about what Australia's News Media Bargaining Code means for Google, Facebook, and the open web in Australia. Chris Welch and Julia Alexander join the show to discuss the new Amazon Fire […]
Google's mysterious lack of app updates / Apple’s rumored VR headset / Microsoft’s Surface Duo price drops to $999
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 12, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Adi Robertson discuss Google's mysterious lack of iOS app updates, the rumors around Apple's potential VR headset, and the rest of this week's gadget headlines. Further reading: AstraZeneca’s […]
Jeff Bezos steps away as Amazon CEO / Ford's electric Mustang Mach-E / Apple Car rumors
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on February 5, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Sean O'Kane, and Becca Farsace discuss driving Ford's electric Mustang, what's next for Tesla's product line, rumors around Apple's Car endeavors, and Jeff Bezos stepping down as Amazon CEO. Further […]
GameStop, Reddit, and Robin Hood: How r/WallStreetBets gamed the stock of GameStop
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 29, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Elizabeth Lopatto explain how the users of the subreddit r/WallStreetBets sent GameStop, AMC and other stocks rocketing up through the stock market. A year into coronavirus, we’re still counting […]
Starship Completes One Million Autonomous Deliveries
by Ahti Heinla (Starship Technologies - Medium) on January 27, 2021
Starship Completes One Million Autonomous DeliveriesToday I’m proud to announce we have reached one million autonomous deliveries, more than 6 years after founding the company in 2014. We believe no other company in the world has […]
Galaxy S21 Ultra review / Apple redesign rumors / Paramount Plus and 2021's streaming services
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 22, 2021
The Verge's Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Julia Alexander, and Chaim Gartenberg discuss the Verge review of Samsung's Galaxy S21 Ultra, the numerous rumors about Apple's future products, and ViacomCBS's new rebranded streaming service. Further […]
CES 2021 / Samsung’s S21 lineup and Galaxy Buds Pro
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 15, 2021
The Verge’s Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Monica Chin, and Chris Welch dive into all of the important announcements from both inside and outside of CES — including Samsung’s new flagship S21 smartphone line, the many new TVs with HDMI […]
Trump banned from Twitter, Facebook, and others / Parler banned from app stores
by The Verge (The Vergecast) on January 12, 2021
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, Adi Robertson, and Casey Newton chronicle the week since the Capitol riot: Trump gets deplatformed and Parler is removed from app stores. Further reading: It’s 2021, and the pandemic is still here FDA tells […]