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North Korea Targets-and Dupes-a Slew of Cybersecurity Pros

The sweeping campaign took advantage of the collaborative spirit among researchers, with an unknown number of victims.

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They Claimed the Covid Vaccine Made Them Sick-and Went Viral

On Facebook, videos of people reporting disturbing side-effects from the shots have been viewed by millions. Fact-checking efforts can‘t keep up.

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The Rise of One of the First Video Game Workers Unions

What began as a Facebook group, and then a chat on Discord, soon became a massive campaign to remedy grueling working conditions across the industry.

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It‘s the Perfect Time to Switch to a Cheaper Phone Plan

If you‘re a Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T subscriber, switching to these networks may save you a lot of money.

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Is It Time to Roll Out the Carbon-Eating Machines?

Facilities that suck carbon dioxide out of the air could be powerful weapons for fighting climate change. But their deployment requires a huge wartime-style investment.

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I Love Reading 1980s Computer Magazines, and So Should You

It‘s not just a nostalgia thing. Sifting through the past often leads to something new.

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White Nationalism Is Far Worse Than a ‘Disease‘

Most analogies for racism as a pathology oversimplify its blight. Better diagnosing it means knowing how to treat it.

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This AI Could Go From ‘Art‘ to Steering a Self-Driving Car

DALL-E drew laughs for creating images of a daikon radish in a tutu. But it builds on an important advance in computer vision with serious applications.

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Are Mass Clinics the Solution for Covid-19 Vaccination?

Mega-sites need a lot of personnel and pose problems of access and equity.Butother vaccination campaigns might point us in the right direction.

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2034, Part I: Peril in the South China Sea

‘We‘ve got a ship in duress that hasn‘t sent out a distress signal. Something doesn‘t add up.‘

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‘2034: A Novel of the Next World War,‘ an Exclusive Excerpt

What if things escalated? What if communications were knocked out? What if cyberwar was just the start? A note about this special six-part series.

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The North Face Puts the Latest Road Running Tech on the Trail

The storied outdoor brand has introduced a new trail running shoe with speedy-and controversial-carbon-fiber plates in the soles.

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Apple‘s Newest Fitness Feature: Celeb-Hosted Outdoor Walks

The company‘s latest subscription product combines outdoor fitness with podcasting, though you‘ll need an Apple Watch to enjoy it.

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Apple‘s Newest Fitness Feature: Celeb-Guided Outdoor Walks

The company‘s latest subscription product combines outdoor fitness with podcasting, though you‘ll need an Apple Watch to enjoy it.

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The Wilds Is Lost With Whip-Smart Teen Drama

Like its spiritual predecessor, Amazon‘s new show is full of secrets. Unlike it, the series doesn‘t get bogged down in solving mysteries.

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Could Bobbie Hold 2 Spaceships Together in The Expanse?

This scenario is very similar to a classic physics problem-but with more Martian armor.

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Vizio‘s Rotating Soundbar Fills the Room With Great Surround

The flagship (and expensive) Elevate has rotating drivers for when you play Dolby Atmos-supported movies or shows.

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Sun-Loving Bacteria May Be Accelerating Glacial Melting

Scientists find that cyanobacteria cause sediments on glaciers to clump, thus absorbing more sunlight. It‘s not great news for fans of lower sea levels.

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New Algorithms Could Reduce Racial Disparities in Health Care

Machine learning programs trained with patient reports, rather than doctors‘, find problems that doctors miss-especially in Black people.

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Stop Ignoring the Evidence on Covid-19 Treatments

The studies are in, and for many patients convalescent plasma should be out. So why do doctors having such a hard time letting go?

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The Truth About North Korea‘s Ultra-Lockdown Against Covid-19

The country has turned inward more than ever, leaving the true impact of the pandemic a mystery.

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The Truth About North Korea‘s Ultra-Lockdown Against Covid-19

The country has turned inward more than ever, leaving the true impact of the pandemic a mystery.

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The Secret Ingredient That Powers Supernovas

Three-dimensional computer simulations have solved the mystery of why doomed stars explode at all.

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A Beginner‘s Guide for Working Out at Home

You can start by doing a few push-ups in your pajamas. Also, Chris Hemsworth has a workout app.

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