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TSA Stops Employees From Making TikTok Posts

Sen. Chuck Schumer said national security experts have raised concerns about the app

Twitter Has Reportedly Suspended 70 Pro-Bloomberg Accounts for Violating Its Platform Manipulation Policy

Twitter said the accounts violated its "rules against platform manipulation and spam"
How TIME Re-created the 1963 March on Washington in Virtual Reality

How TIME Re-created the 1963 March on Washington in Virtual Reality

Tucked away in an office on a quiet Los Angeles street, past hallways chockablock with miniature props and movie posters, is a cavernous motion-capture studio. And in that studio is the National Mall
The Spring Cleaning Software You Need to Tidy Up Your Computer (And Keep it That Way)

The Spring Cleaning Software You Need to Tidy Up Your Computer (And Keep it That Way)

Nothing sparks joy like emptying out the trash bin on your desktop, after all

U.S. Brings New Charges Against Chinese Tech Giant Huawei

The new indictment includes charges of racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to steal trade secrets

The World’s Biggest Mobile Technology Fair Has Been Canceled Due to Coronavirus Fears

The decision comes after dozens of tech companies and wireless carriers dropped out of the event

Terms Like ‘OK Boomer’ Are Hard to Define. This Dictionary Is Trying To Do It Anyway

Dictionaries usually wait years before writing about a new word so that its meaning has time to settle
Samsung’s Trying Foldable Phones Once Again With the Galaxy Z Flip

Samsung’s Trying Foldable Phones Once Again With the Galaxy Z Flip

Some design changes could help it avoid the problems of its last attempt

T-Mobile’s $26.5 Billion Sprint Merger Approved Despite Competition Concerns

The industry-altering ruling comes almost two years after the deal was first announced

How Artificial Intelligence Could Help Video Gamers Create the Exact Games They Want to Play

For video game fans, the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) is just as familiar as extra lives, respawns, and end bosses. Gamers have spent decades going up against computer-controlled opponents,
‘There’s a Wide-Open Horizon of Possibility.’ Musicians Are Using AI to Create Otherwise Impossible New Songs

‘There’s a Wide-Open Horizon of Possibility.’ Musicians Are Using AI to Create Otherwise Impossible New Songs

In November, the musician Grimes made a bold prediction. “I feel like we’re in the end of art, human art,” she said on Sean Carroll’s Mindscape podcast. “Once there’s actually AGI (Artificial General