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    The iOS 13 Privacy and Security Features You Should Know

    Your iPhone just got a major security upgrade. Here are all the ins and outs.

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    The 'Smart Kitchen' Is Very Stupid

    Connected cookbooks? Alexa-enabled microwaves? None of this stuff will make you a better home cook.

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    Edward Snowden in His Own Words: Why I Became a Whistle-Blower

    Book excerpt: As a systems administrator, the young man who would expose vast, secret US surveillance...

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    Richard Stallman’s Exit Heralds a New Era in Tech

    Accused of minimizing the harms from sexual assault and child sex slavery, the free software icon...

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    AI Helps Seismologists Predict Earthquakes

    Machine learning is bringing seismologists closer to an elusive goal: forecasting quakes well before they strike.

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    The Best Accessories for Your New iPhone

    Gear up with everything you’ll want for your iPhone—from wireless headphones to charging cables.

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    Kodak Is Ready for an Instant Camera Comeback

    Kodak's latest instant camera offers bigger, better prints with its eye-catching camera-printer combo.

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    While You Were Offline: How Many People Listen to the President's Calls Anyway?

    Last week, a whistle-blower raised concerns about Trump's phone calls. Also, *Saturday Night Live*'s Shane Gillis...

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    Knives Made of Frozen Feces Are Kinda Crappy

    Anthropologists have disproved the urban legend once and for all.

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    The Symmetry and Chaos of the World's Megacities

    Architectural photographer Ryan Koopmans spent the past decade shooting hi-res photographs of the world's biggest cities....

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    Apple Arcade Makes You Ask, What Is a Videogame Worth?

    The curated ecosystem can be great for creators, but it alters the perceived value of certain...

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    It's a Great Time to Buy a Kindle (and More Tech Deals)

    Amazon is clearing out Kindles, and there are some deep discounts on some iPhone alternatives this...

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    Amazon's Delivery Vans Point to the Future for EVs

    Fleets, like the 100,000 delivery vans the retailer ordered from startup Rivian, will make electrics seem...

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    Hackers Hit Click2Gov Bill-Paying Portals in 8 Cities

    The new wave of attacks comes after a previous Click2Gov hack compromised 300,000 payment cards.

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    The Garmin 6S Pro Is A Sports Party for Your Wrist

    Garmin's latest multisport watch is a bonanza of wrist-based navigation, data-tracking, and battery-saving features.

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    A Simple Way to Make It Harder for Mobile Ads to Track You

    Beating back the scourge of online ad tracking entirely is almost impossible. But you can futz...

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    Extreme-Risk Laws Reduce Gun Violence

    Opinion: Red Flag laws help prevent suicides and mass shootings, and buy time for people in...

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    The Dark Crystal Prequel Is Game of Thrones With Puppets

    Netflix’s 10-episode series is very, very impressive and has at least one Muppet-phobic freaked out.

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    WeWork's Wi-Fi Is Woefully Insecure

    The Saudi oil strike, a license plate privacy disaster, and more of the week's top security...

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    How Vikings Went Into a Trancelike Rage Before Battle

    Ethnobotanists have a new theory on which plant the berserkers ingested.

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    Space Photos of the Week: Cassini's Sojourn Around Saturn

    Orbital images of the planet's iconic rings approach fine art.

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    The Bleak Hopefulness of Ad Astra

    Brad Pitt goes to space in a new psychodrama from director James Gray—and confronts the idea...