The Navy released a scathing report about the fire on the USS Bonhomme Richard
"The ship was lost due to an inability to extinguish the fire."
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We have some tips if you're looking for a page-turner this holiday season.
Why beer serving sizes are so weird
The math is kind of medieval.
Facebook might rebrand as a ‘metaverse’ company. What does that even mean?
A report says that the new name could drop next week, with the goal of distancing the company’s future tech from its current image.
What we know about China’s new hypersonic weapon test
Let's talk about space, orbit, and weapon trajectories.
Surgeons transplanted a pig kidney into a person, and it worked like normal
A successful pig-to-human kidney transplant could transform the organ donation pipeline.
Google’s new data guidance takes a page from Apple’s privacy playbook
It’s the latest step in building out a new “Data safety section” of the Google Play Store.
Kīlauea has belched 4.2 billion gallons of lava—and it isn’t done yet
The volcano is giving us a show with glass, lava lakes, and vog (yes, you read that correctly).
The FCC is trying to crack down on those annoying spam texts
In an ongoing fight against spam callers and texters, the FCC is considering a ban at the network level and requiring ID authentication.
6 apps to get you started on crypto
Everything you need to know—including what the risks and potential benefits are.