With rallies and canvassing on ice, 2020 election campaigns are rapidly turning to peer-to-peer texting, which isn‘t the panacea it appears to be.
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The CBS All Access show ‘Picard‘ is a reminder of the flawed perfection of the Star Trek character.
With sports seasons suspended, the billion-dollar betting industry has set its sights on digital arenas.
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Everyone‘s sheltering in place-might as well enjoy your social isolation with better sound and classic videogames.
Based on a compound discovered in 1998, the antiviral Favipiravir is already being used in Japan and Turkey. Its maker? A subsidiary of Fujifilm.
It‘s just one more thing to feel bad about at a time when nothing feels particularly good.
They‘ve been patched, but the Safari vulnerabilities would have given an alarming amount of access.
The game‘s release is being postponed due to logistical concerns caused by the spread of the coronavirus.
Staying home is still the best way to protect yourself from the coronavirus. But the CDC now says that masks are effective as an additional measure.
US Food and Drug Administration officials approved nationwide tests of two treatments, both derived from the blood of people who have survived the disease.
Tips for staying active during the pandemic are one thing. But some influencers are pushing unscientific claims about "immunity boosting" merch.
The search giant is disclosing trends in visits to broad categories of places, as a tool for public health officials.
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Tips for staying active during the pandemic are one thing. But some influencers are pushing unscientific claims to sell "immunity boosting" products.
The service‘s mixed messages have frustrated cryptographers, as the US government and other sensitive organizations increasingly depend on it.
Scientists can‘t say for certain why the current pandemic is discriminating by sex, but it likely comes down to biology, lifestyle, and behavior.
Donate, if you can. Everyone is trying to get by, but these nonprofits, retailers, and companies are directly helping make a difference against the novel coronavirus.
More than 4,000 Google Play apps let developers and advertisers collect a list of the user‘s other installed apps, no permission needed.
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The latest reboot is trying to be a missing link, but it ends up being too much.
A Silicon Valley executive returns home to the rural South to see for himself the ways in which AI is affecting the local economy.