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Twitter, now X, opens up its ad revenue sharing program with global creators
By Sarah Perez | |
Earlier this month, Twitter — which has since rebranded as
The 12 Best Movies on Amazon Prime Right Now
By Matt Kamen, WIRED Staff | |
Over the past year or so, Netflix and Apple TV+
Elon Musk’s Quixotic Quest to Turn X Into an ‘Everything App’
By Ryan Mac | |
Four years ago, a billionaire tech executive leading one of
Layoffs by the numbers: Tracking companies laying off workers
Comment on this storyCommentThe U.S. job market has been remarkably
If it hadn’t been for them meddlin’ kids
By Haje Jan Kamps | |
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Cryptography may offer a solution to the massive AI-labeling problem 
By Tate Ryan-Mosley | |
Adobe has also already integrated C2PA, which it calls content
John Romero’s ‘Doom’ Memoir Drops You Into Id’s Early Days
By Geek's Guide to the Galaxy | |
John Romero, cocreator of the popular first-person shooters Doom, Quake,
Valid account credentials are behind most cyber intrusions, CISA finds
By Matt Kapko | |
Valid account credentials are at the root of most successful
Quantum Tech Intended for National Security Is Testing U.S. Alliances
By Damien Cave | |
The Australian physicist shook the heavy metal box that resembled
New Jersey Supreme Court to hear Merck insurance dispute over NotPetya attack
By David Jones | |
The New Jersey Supreme Court agreed to review the legal
As Threads soars, Twitter rival Bluesky adopts a new personalized, algorithmic feed
By Sarah Perez | |
Bluesky, one of the many would-be Twitter replacements now on
How AI could change politics, and lifting the lid on Facebook
By Rhiannon Williams | |
April 2019Australia’s colonial history is dotted with fires so enormous
7 Best Google Assistant Speakers (2023): Smart Displays, Portable, and Soundbars
There are several voice assistants locked in a tug-of-war over
Aided by A.I. Language Models, Google’s Robots Are Getting Smart
By Kevin Roose | |
A one-armed robot stood in front of a table. On
Pollen is a professional development platform for tech workers, by tech workers
By Romain Dillet | |
Meet Pollen, a new French startup that wants to provide
Six ways that AI could change politics
Arguably, we’ve already seen legislation drafted by AI, albeit under
The 61 Best Movies on Disney+ Right Now
In the game known as the streaming wars, Disney+ came
Campaign Finance Charge Against Sam Bankman-Fried Is Dropped
Federal prosecutors pursuing the criminal case against the cryptocurrency mogul
Research finds social media doesn’t create polarization, but reinforces it
Comment on this storyCommentFor years, regulators and activists have worried
6 Best Deals: PC Components and Sex Toys
By Jaina Grey | |
In our never-ending quest to bring you the best deals,
Ford’s Profit Jumped in Second Quarter
By Neal E. Boudette | |
Ford Motor earned $1.9 billion from April to June, up
Twitter unbans account that posted child sexual abuse, despite policy
By Joseph Menn, Drew Harwell | |
Comment on this storyCommentcorrectionA previous version of this article misstated
A new study found that Facebook’s Pages and Groups shape its ideological echo chambers
By Taylor Hatmaker | |
New research published Thursday offers an unprecedented dive into political