Twitter has announced new changes to combat misinformation. It should go further by checking and flagging the president’s tweets—before they wreak havoc.
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
The Hulu comedy riffs on the trope of reliving the same day over and over again.
The next season had already been greenlit—which makes it hard not to wonder if the streaming service is rethinking its strategy.
Plus: a plan to break up Microsoft, anonymity on the internet, and a baffling balcony address.
The brand’s new Strung technology uses a robot to place thousands of individual threads across a sneaker’s upper.
Using a network of sensors, researchers found that the Los Angeles high-rises most likely to rock in a future quake aren’t downtown.
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Federal scientists want to study how the virus interacts with wildlife—but they say a Trump appointee is stopping them.
Wooing clients over lunch is out. So companies are deploying software to analyze Zoom pitches and make recommendations.
A performative post-election ban won’t solve anything. But cutting off the platform’s data-driven rage machine will.
Checking your blood oxygen is a very reasonable addition to Apple’s suite of health features.
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