Despite an economic crisis, political chaos, and the regime’s ban, TikTok influencers are still thriving in Afghanistan.
A search bot you converse with could make finding answers easier—if it doesn’t tell fibs. Microsoft, Google, Baidu, and others are working on it.
Moscow promised residents lower crime rates through an expansive smart city project. Then Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine.
The largest catalog ever collected by a single telescope maps Earth’s 3 billion stellar neighbors—and helps track the dust that warps how we see them.
This business laptop would be a luxury for most productivity users: An excellent keyboard makes it a joy to use … but inconsistency reigns.
This tiny, free app opens programs quickly, searches files fast, and lets you make keyboard shortcuts for anything.
The revamped full-size Siri smart speaker has good mics, but it can’t compete on sound.
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A Kenyan moderator sued the company for work-related PTSD. Next week, a new ruling on his case could signal a global reckoning for Big Tech outsourcing.
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It’s a good value with a premium feel and lots of space. But can XPeng challenge more established automakers in the West?
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Growers fear a perfect storm for a tradition that has long bound rural communities together.
With great titles like God of War, Maneater, and The Last of Us Remastered, Sony’s subscription service is the perfect jump start for new PS5 owners.
Social media has conditioned people to watch, react, and move on. But what is inherent in the Nichols video cannot be swept away with ease.
From smartwatches to sex toys, we’ve got gift ideas to spread the love.
A popular military tool during the Cold War, spy balloons have since fallen out of favor—for good reason.
Many are celebrating Australia’s decision to pave the way for these psychedelic therapies, but questions around accessibility remain.
Cofounder Gabor Cselle says his upstart social network can offer a “2007 Twitter” community vibe that Elon Musk’s platform no longer supplies.
If you want to know what the cloud of gas that surrounds the planet is really doing for us, you have to see what the world would be like without it.
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Episode 3 sparked the kind of lively discourse only the internet can deliver.
As unsecured docs pile up, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is itching to overhaul the nation’s secret secret-sharing operation.
The last jumbo jet was delivered in January, but it has been obsolete for decades.
Scientists have uncovered the Roman recipe for self-repairing cement—which could massively reduce the carbon footprint of the material today.
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Accidental revisions to a US Help Center page sparked confusion about the streamer’s next moves. But restrictions on account sharing are still coming soon.
The idea of creating tamper-proof databases has captured the attention of everyone from anarchist techies to staid bankers.
By mimicking a 1970s classic, Rian Johnson’s new murder mystery series rewrites the streaming era’s rules that everything must be bingeable.