Reed Hastings, cofounder and longtime CEO of the streamer, is stepping down after years of disrupting both the video rental market and Hollywood itself.
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Research shows that relatively few people exist in perfectly sealed-off media bubbles—but they’re still having an outsize impact on US politics.
New research from Cloudflare shows that connectivity disruptions are becoming a problem around the globe, pointing toward a troubling new normal.
In this cartoon world built to teach concepts from Randall Munroe’s book What If? 2, you can fly a rocket around randomly—or explore the physics of an alternate universe.
Creators need to pressure the courts, the market, and regulators before it’s too late.
Instead of making the cultural artifacts of the era and supporting independent films, the industry is busy looking for sure-fire hits.
The Moto G Play 2023 is fine, but there’s another smartphone that’s better in every way and costs just $30 more.
A device called Mill from veterans of Nest, the smart-thermostat creator, transforms your would-be kitchen waste into chicken feed.
The space agency gave money to researchers working on liquid telescope mirrors, a lunar oxygen pipeline, and Martian building blocks made of fungi.
Companies like Google have offered a muted response to unrest in Iran. Grassroots coders are tackling internet censorship on their own.
VR and brain-computer interfaces will combine to give disabled people agency in both the real and virtual worlds.