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Vaccines are effective against the variant, but experts worry about states where fewer people are inoculated.
Mesobot looks like a giant AirPods case, but it's in fact a sophisticated machine that tracks animals making the most epic migration on Earth.
The annual gaming event was slightly subdued by the pandemic, but there were still big updates on Zelda, Halo, Far Cry, and more.
The company is still publishing big games for the Switch, but recently its titles have an uncharacteristic dullness.
Amazon’s big two-day sale event starts soon. Get prepped with our expert advice and the best discounts we’ve found so far.
Megan weighs in on how to navigate office in-groups—and why having a few people in your corner isn’t a bad thing.
The new Polish-Swedish drama offers a harrowing portrait of social media fame rarely seen in movies.
The company has a dizzying array of streaming sticks, boxes, and soundbars to choose from, but don’t worry—these are the ones to buy.
Delayed since March 2020, the horror film ironically forces us to contend with our fragile humanity—and perhaps shows us where to go.
This app-controlled cat toy can livestream through its camera while you're away, but it's expensive.
The companies revealed upgrades for their phones that protect data and reduce reliance on the cloud. It also binds users more tightly to their ecosystems.
The company best known for its search engine is launching a new set of tools aimed at creating an “easy button” for protecting your data online.
Recent studies find transplant patients and immune-suppressed people who get the shot don’t make many antibodies. But that research is just beginning.
Digital driver’s licenses have had a slow start in the US so far, but iOS 15 Wallet will give the nascent technology a serious push.