Congress is coming for big tech—here’s how and why
What to know about the legal efforts to rein in the power of large tech companies, and what to look for with this latest antitrust legislation.
Australian soldiers are testing out stealthy e-bikes for scouting missions
Quiet bikes like these are a new way of carrying out the age-old battlefield task of reconnaissance.
The myth of generations, debunked
Generational divides are less than scientific.
The new electric BMW i4 is a nimble driving machine—with a cinematic soundtrack
We drove two new electric vehicles from BMW—the i4 and iX—and loved one of them.
The FDA advisory panel recommends Moderna boosters for certain at-risk groups
The booster dose will be given at half the dosage of the original two-shot vaccine.
Store shelves are empty again, and COVID is only part of the reason
Holiday shopping could be even more stressful this year.
Microsoft is making it easier for customers to repair devices. Will other companies follow?
Experts say other tech companies might follow suit, adopting a policy that will allow people to fix their own electronics.
You can now chat with your guests directly on Google Calendar. Here’s how.
Some emails can, in fact, be group chats.
Plastic production is a fossil fuel problem
Managing the climate crisis means diminishing our reliance on both.
How to optimize your computer’s RAM for the best possible experience
Give your PC or Mac space to think again.