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Jul 31, 2021

You're going to be asked to prove your vaccination status. Here's how to do it.
There's no be-all-end-all way to carry proof of vaccination on your phone. We make sense of how different options approach your privacy, ensure your security and try to spot counterfeits.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

Russian thruster misfire led to a ‘tug of war' at the International Space Station as crew sought to regain control
An unusual occurrence at the International Space Station sparked by the newly-docked Russian Nauka aircraft caused Boeing and NASA to reschedule Starliner's relaunch.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

Russian space officials cite a software error for thruster mayhem at space station that postponed Boeing's Starliner launch
An unusual occurrence at the International Space Station sparked by the newly-docked Russian Nauka aircraft caused Boeing and NASA to reschedule Starliner's relaunch.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

GAO denies Jeff Bezos's attempt to overturn NASA's lunar lander award to SpaceX
GAO said NASA's decision to award the contract to SpaceX "was reasonable, and consistent with applicable procurement law, regulation and the announcement's terms."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

Elon Musk just sided against Apple in one of the biggest tech showdowns of the year
The Tesla chief executive weighed in on the Epic Games lawsuit in a tweet Friday morning.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

Is TikTok winning the Olympics?
TikTok is bringing big value to users, influencers and brands during the Olympics.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

These athletes are offering an inside look into the Olympic Village — no training required!
Here are the most interesting, funniest and compulsively watchable accounts from the Games. Welcome to OlympicTok.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 30, 2021

China built the world's largest facial recognition system. Now, it's getting camera-shy.
Authorities are putting the freewheeling industry on notice, amid a broad crackdown on Big Tech.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 29, 2021

Boeing's engineering prowess faces a test: Its Starliner do-over launch
Boeing's first Starliner flight mission in 2019 was a flop. Friday's re-do is a make-or-break chance to show Boeing can still be a major participant in the U.S. commercial crew program.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 29, 2021

White House has spoken to Israeli officials about spyware concerns following Pegasus Project revelations
The talks follow reporting by The Washington Post and other news organizations into how the NSO Group's phone-hacking tool was used to surveil human rights activists and journalists around the world.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 29, 2021

Sucker Punch has unfinished business with ‘Ghost of Tsushima'
Jin's story will expand on the "anthology" of his new adventures.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 29, 2021

New bill would update decades-old law governing children's privacy online, add protection for teens
Rep. Kathy Castor plans to introduce the bill as lawmakers increasingly call for greater protection for kids online.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 28, 2021

Google and Facebook to require vaccinations for in-office employees, paving the way for rivals to follow
Ancient rocks from northwestern Canada have been found to contain structures consistent with sea sponges. At 890 million years old, they could be the oldest known animal fossils on Earth.


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Washington Post Tech
Jul 28, 2021

Google and Facebook to require vaccines for in-office employees, paving the way for rivals to follow
For almost three decades, animated Arthur Read and his fellow anthropomorphic animals have been encouraging young viewers to cultivate a deep love of reading books—not to mention inspiring memes that resonate with multiple generations of people who grew up watching PBS's Arthur series. Though the show will always be a…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 28, 2021

Google to require on-campus workers get vaccinated and delays return to the office until mid-October
As part of a slew of ongoing efforts to make Instagram less of a cesspool of awful content for awful people, the company announced a slew of new changes for accounts belonging to the teen and tweenage set meant to keep them safer on the platform.

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 28, 2021

Blizzard employees walk out over company's handling of discrimination, sexual harassment suit
Multiple current employees of Blizzard Entertainment halted work Wednesday to protest the company's response to a lawsuit alleging discrimination and sexual harassment.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 28, 2021

Explosive Activision Blizzard lawsuit could set California labor law precedent, lawyers say
The case could have a major impact on California's Equal Pay Act.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Google and Apple warn Delta variant could prove disruptive
While Apple and Google delighted investors Tuesday, both companies offered hints to analysts and investors that the Delta variant and a slow recovery from the pandemic around the globe could create unknown problems in the future.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Many ransomware attacks go unreported. The FBI and Congress want to change that.
Multiple current employees of Blizzard Entertainment said over 50 workers plan to halt work Wednesday.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Many ransomware attacks go unreported. The FBI and Congress want to change that
Every few years, Master & Dynamic gives us another excellent reason to splurge on wireless earbuds. The MW08s that debuted earlier this year were no exception, but for $300 they lacked a popular feature that is being included with the new Master & Dynamic MW08 Sport: wireless charging.

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Blizzard employees plan walkout over company's handling of discrimination, sexual harassment suit
Multiple current employees of Blizzard Entertainment said over 50 workers plan to halt work Wednesday.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

The esports vision of Lando Norris and McLaren Racing
The rising F1 star has always enjoyed racing sims and streaming. Now he's applying that passion to McLaren's broadening ambitions.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Athletes offer behind-the-scenes look at the Olympic Village on TikTok, from cardboard beds to deep-fried Camembert
Olympic athletes have been posting about all facets of the Games, offering glimpses into their daily routines, small rivalries and the village where they're all residing.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 27, 2021

Toyota's basketball robot stuns at the Tokyo Olympics with its flick of the wrist
CUE, Toyota's AI basketball robot, showed off at the Tokyo Olympics.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

Elon Musk says Tesla drivers can now subscribe to ‘Full Self-Driving.' But he isn't sure they should.
The eyebrow-raising comments came as Tesla announced its second-quarter earnings results Monday, and Musk said he would step aside from earnings calls.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

4 Democrats suggest blacklisting Israeli spyware firm over hacks of journalists, activists
Reps. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.), Katie Porter (D-Calif.), Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) and Anna G. Eshoo (D-Calif.) issued a joint statement.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

Activision Blizzard staff rebuke ‘insulting' leadership response to discrimination lawsuit
"Categorizing the claims that have been made as ‘distorted, and in many cases false' creates a company atmosphere that disbelieves victims," reads the letter.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

The robot will see you now: Health-care chatbots boom but still can't replace doctors
Health-care chatbots have been used for years, but exploded in popularity over the past year as the system became overwhelmed with covid-related questions and treatment.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

The robot will see you now: Health-care chatbots boom, but still can't replace doctors
Health-care chatbots have been used for years, but exploded in popularity over the past year as the system became overwhelmed with covid-related questions and treatment.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 26, 2021

If you had trouble getting products fixed under warranty, the FTC wants to hear your horror story
The Walking Dead isn't the only zombie show coming to an end soon. One of AMC's spinoffs, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, will too. After a successful first season that began in October, its upcoming second season will be its last. Why? Well, the cast and crew took to the computer screens of virtual San Diego…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 25, 2021

First came the ransomware attacks, now come the lawsuits
So far on Rick and Morty's currently airing fifth season, we've seen things like Rick squabbling with oceanic royalty, the entire Smith-Sanchez clan battling multiple "decoys" of themselves, and a very funny, very karaoke-involved riff on Hellraiser's "pain is pleasure" schtick. In other words, it's been a killer…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 24, 2021

Tokyo Olympics get a taste of esports, sort of
Video games had their place at the Tokyo Olympics this year, even if it was virtual, laggy and held before the Opening Ceremonies even began.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 23, 2021

The music for the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremonies? It comes from video games.
Nations walked out to obscure tracks from "Final Fantasy," "Monster Hunter."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 23, 2021

Instagram is giving you more control over ‘sensitive content.' Here's how to turn it off — or dial it up.
For the first time, you can control how much "sensitive content" you see in your Instagram explore tab.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 23, 2021

Amazon opens discrimination investigation after internal petition wins backing of hundreds of employees
Amazon's new chief executive agrees to probe after workers complain in a petition about "an underlying culture of systemic discrimination, harassment, bullying and bias."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 23, 2021

Amazon pledges to investigate discrimination after internal petition wins backing of hundreds of employees
Amazon's new chief executive agrees to probe after workers complain in a petition about "an underlying culture of systemic discrimination, harassment, bullying and bias."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

A priest's phone location data outed his private life. It could happen to anyone.
How an unregulated market for personal data is legal, and what it means for your own data.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

Blizzard president Brack allowed toxicity to fester, according to lawsuit
The suit claims that J. Allen Brack was personally aware of multiple instances of sexism and workplace toxicity.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

Company hit by massive ransomware attack obtains key to unlock customer files
Kaseya said it obtained the computer key from a "trusted third party."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

New Portal tool promises Battlefield community epic customization options for ‘Battlefield 2042'
Kaseya said it obtained the computer key from a "trusted third party."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

Facebook and YouTube spent a year fighting covid misinformation. It's still spreading.
The social media giants have struggled to find and take down anti-vaccine propaganda. But medical misinformation has thrived on their platforms for years.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 22, 2021

Self-driving cars confront a daunting new challenge: New York City streets
The pursuit of self-driving cars drives Intel's Mobileye to New York City.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 21, 2021

Facebook and YouTube's vaccine misinformation problem is simpler than it seems
The Biden administration has stumbled over how to confront Facebook on the problem of vaccine misinformation. A better understanding of the problem's roots could lead to a more productive discussion.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 21, 2021

With its changes, ‘Zelda: Skyward Sword HD' reminds us what ‘Breath of the Wild' lacked
A once-heartbroken Zelda fan comes to terms with how wrong he was.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 21, 2021

‘Last Stop' is an entertaining boxset of interactive stories
Walking sim meets visual novel in a trio of sharply directed supernatural tales.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 21, 2021

Breaking up with Venmo: The best payment apps for privacy and low fees
With so many payment app options, it's hard to choose which to use. We look at fees, usability and privacy to recommend the best app for different needs.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

Biden to nominate Big Tech adversary Jonathan Kanter to helm the Justice Dept.'s antitrust division
It's the latest sign of the administration's willingness to crack down on the power and influence of Silicon Valley titans.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

So, uhh, about Jeff Bezos's cowboy hat …
Some people called him a space cowboy. Most did not.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

Biden to nominate Big Tech adversary Kanter to helm the Justice Dept.'s antitrust division
It's the latest sign of the administration's willingness to crackdown on the power and influence of Silicon Valley titans.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos, Wally Funk and Oliver Daemen reach space, return safely on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket
Jeff Bezos fulfilled a lifelong dream, blasting to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard space capsule, named for Alan Shepard, the first NASA astronaut to reach space.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

New ‘Streets of Rage 4' update turns fighters into gods, making a great game even better
A new rogue-like progression system gives it new life.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos, Wally Funk and Oliver Daemen reach edge of space, return safely on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket
Jeff Bezos fulfilled a lifelong dream, blasting to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard space capsule, named for Alan Shepard, the first NASA astronaut to reach space.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

The scene as Jeff Bezos rides Blue Origin rocket to the edge of space and returns to Earth
VAN HORN, Tex. — Jeff Bezos rocketed past the edge of space Tuesday, launching from the improbable spaceport he has built in the West Texas desert here and fulfilling the lifelong dream of a die-hard Trekkie who was transfixed by the Apollo 11 moon landing and has pledged to use his fortune to open space for the masses.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 20, 2021

Live updates and video: Jeff Bezos is readying to ride Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket to the edge of space
Jeff Bezos is set to fulfill what he says has been a lifelong dream, blasting to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard space capsule, named for Alan Shepard, the first NASA astronaut to reach space.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 19, 2021

False warnings about solar storms have gone viral. Here's what the flares actually do to Earth.
Solar weather is a common phenomenon, but the strongest events can have serious consequences for Earth.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 19, 2021

‘Psychonauts 2' developers discuss mental health, video game industry crunch
It keeps the witty charm of the original cult favorite, but with the help of Xbox funding, adds polish, accessibility and a focus on mental health.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 19, 2021

How Washington power brokers gained from NSO's spyware ambitions
The Israeli surveillance giant NSO Group failed to build a big business in the U.S. But an influential network of consultants, lawyers and lobbyists, including from the Trump and Biden administrations, still earned money from the company along the way.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 19, 2021

Despite the hype, iPhone security no match for NSO spyware
An international investigation found 23 Apple devices that were successfully hacked. "Zero-click" attacks, as they are called within the surveillance industry, can work on even the newest generations of iPhones, even after years of effort in which Apple attempted to close the door against unauthorized surveillance.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 18, 2021

NSO Group vows to investigate potential spyware abuse following Pegasus Project investigation
Human rights activists, political dissidents, technology executives and others around the world expressed outrage at a widespread hacking and surveillance campaign revealed in an investigation Sunday by The Washington Post and 16 media partners.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 18, 2021

Quiet and secretive Blue Origin hopes to start new chapter with Jeff Bezos' space flight
Jeff Bezos has said Blue Origin is "the most important work I am doing." Tuesday, he'll launch to space on the company's New Shepard rocket.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 18, 2021

Quiet and secretive Blue Origin hopes to start new chapter with Jeff Bezos's space flight
Jeff Bezos has said Blue Origin is "the most important work I am doing." Tuesday, he'll launch to space on the company's New Shepard rocket.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 18, 2021

Q&A: A guide to ‘spyware'
How vulnerable are you to such spyware? Are there steps you can take to keep your phone safe? Here are some answers.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 17, 2021

Inside ‘reality shifting,' the trend where TikTokers claim they can enter the world of Harry Potter
Some on TikTok say it's just a matter of shifting their consciousness. Others are skeptical.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 16, 2021

I never expected to like ‘Ghost of Tsushima.' Now, I love it.
A year after the game's release, I'm still riveted.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 16, 2021

The two sides of Elon Musk
Optimist or liar? Visionary or huckster? Marketing genius or troll? A trial in Delaware highlighted the contradictions at the Tesla chief's core.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

‘Skyward Sword HD' is a chore to revisit after the bounty of ‘Breath of the Wild'
It's all squeeze, very little juice.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

A Steam portable device promises your entire PC gaming library in a handheld
The Deck is only slightly more expensive than the Nintendo Switch and boasts an impressive game catalog.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

New portable device from Steam will play your PC gaming library on a handheld
The Deck is only slightly more expensive than the Nintendo Switch and boasts an impressive game catalogue.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

A private Israeli firm has helped governments hack journalists and human rights advocates
The firm has targeted more than 100 victims across the globe, according to Microsoft and Citizen Lab reports.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

An 18-year-old is flying to space with Jeff Bezos after the winner of a $28 million auction defers first flight
Oliver Daemen, who is poised to attend college in the Netherlands, would travel with the Blue Origin founder, his brother Mark Bezos, and Wally Funk, an 82-year-old aviator.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

Candace Parker becomes first woman featured on cover of NBA 2K
"Representation matters," said the 35-year-old WNBA star, "so this is a special moment of progress for the sport and the series."

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

Your contact list is spilling over to the Internet. Here's how to make it stop.
When you consent to share your address book with applications, you give companies access to your entire personal network, and they may sell that information.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 15, 2021

Lots of apps use your personal contacts. Few will tell you what they do with them.
Our personal contacts can reveal a lot about us, but there is little transparency and few protections around how the information is shared from your phone with third-party apps.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 14, 2021

WhatsApp adds a highly requested feature: Messaging from multiple devices
It's been a long road, getting from there to here, but Star Trek: Discovery's third season climaxed with a promotion that's long been expected—Michael Burnham's finally in the Captain's chair. But what does it mean to have taken this long journey for the woman behind the character? Sonequa Martin-Green reveals all in…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 14, 2021

‘Skyward Sword HD' wasn't made for handheld Switch players
It's a little better using motion controls.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 14, 2021

Facebook seeks recusal of FTC Chair Lina Khan amid high-profile antitrust case
Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway, the latest entry in the beloved mecha franchise, isn't really a movie that's focused on its action. It's more interested in the politics of its world than it is the giant robots that have made Gundam a merchandising powerhouse for decades. But when it does get around to squaring off its…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 13, 2021

Hacking group behind widespread ransomware attacks disappears online
REvil, a hacking group thought to be based in Russia, disappeared from sight this week after being blamed for the widespread Kaseya hack.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 13, 2021

The new ‘Watch Dogs' story agrees with you: Aiden Pearce was a maniac
Time to go "John Wick" on London.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 13, 2021

Speedrunning's starting line: An intro guide to gaming's seemingly intimidating subculture
Answers to frequently asked questions, with tidbits from top runners like Keizaron and CovertMuffin.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 13, 2021

How Internet and TV providers get away with jacking up your bill
Service providers use their lock on neighborhoods — and a lack of rules — to take advantage of us. Here's how to spot their tricks.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 13, 2021

5 tricks to lower your Internet bill
You can threaten to drop service — or cut some non-essential parts of your bill — if switching isn't a real option

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

How to not get scammed
How to keep yourself and your employer safe from ransomware attacks. And, what to do if you get a scam call.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

Elon Musk defends Tesla solar deal in court, calls opposing lawyer ‘a bad human being'
A group of Tesla shareholders alleges the 2016 acquisition of SolarCity, which Musk partly owned, was more for his benefit than Tesla's.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

Gaming is entering its fashion-forward phase
Louis Vuitton x Riot Games. Gucci x 100 Thieves. The list goes on.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

European Union's top antitrust enforcer calls for greater global alignment on tech regulation
Margrethe Vestager has emerged as one of the world's most influential tech regulators at a time when countries are increasingly considering regulating the business practices of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

How do you teach robots to navigate new places? Study toddlers.
Facebook, IBM and Google are among tech companies wanting to make robots more human-like. One approach is to study how kids learn to walk.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 12, 2021

The ugly side of 5G: New cell towers spoil the scenery and crowd people's homes
Property owners and local governments mount a surge of objections to the telecom industry's rush to install new technology.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 11, 2021

Richard Branson reaches space, as Virgin Galactic gets closer to flying paying customers
In the vast multiverse of maddening possibilities—where Lokis can be beloved character actor Richard E. Grant or Literally Just a Computer Generated Alligator, where Peggy Carter can be Captain Britain, the Black Panther can guard the galaxy, or Peter Parker can just get a very nice cape—some things are always…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 11, 2021

Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic crew are safely back from space, ushering in a new era
The suborbital trip gave the British billionaire, his three crewmates and two pilots a glimpse of the Earth from more than 50 miles up and a few minutes of weightlessness.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 11, 2021

Live updates: Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic crew are safely back from space, ushering in a new era
The suborbital trip gave the British billionaire, his three crewmates and two pilots a glimpse of the Earth from more than 50 miles up and a few minutes of weightlessness.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 11, 2021

Live updates: Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic crew have taken off for their flight to space
If all goes well, and SpaceShipTwo Unity achieves the 50-mile altitude that the Federal Aviation Administration recognizes as the edge of space, it will be the fourth time the craft has reached that goal, but the first time with all six seats occupied.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 11, 2021

Live updates: Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space flight delayed 90 minutes. Elon Musk is there.
If all goes well, and SpaceShipTwo Unity achieves the 50-mile altitude that the Federal Aviation Administration recognizes as the edge of space, it will be the fourth time the craft has reached that goal, but the first time with all six seats occupied.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 09, 2021

Inside the ‘League of Legends' studio's plans to dominate your smartphone
Riot Games created one of the world's biggest video games. Now, its sights are set on rapid mobile expansion.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 09, 2021

Richard Branson prepares to take his daredevil act to space with Virgin Galactic ... and beat Jeff Bezos
Over the years, the brash, British billionaire has embarked on all sorts of wild adventures, from the dangerously ill-conceived to the merely zany. Sunday's planned flight to the edge of space may be the most audacious.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 09, 2021

The anatomy of a ransomware attack
Inside the hacks that lock down computer systems and damage businesses.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 08, 2021

Bitcoin miners break new ground in Texas, a state hailed as the new cryptocurrency capital
The Lone Star State is at the center of global attention to produce bitcoin, thanks largely to the way it treats large electricity consumers.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 08, 2021

Don't be that employee: How to avoid ransomware attacks at work
Ransomware attacks are getting bigger and more frequent, and that places a burden on companies. Here's how employees and employers can guard against hackers' most common tactics.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 08, 2021

‘Rainbow Six Siege' was on life support. Here's how Ubisoft brought it back.
Operation Health. The 2018 Six Invitational. R6 Share. A lot went into bringing "Siege" back.

Washington Post Tech
Jul 08, 2021

Trump's social media lawsuit isn't about the law. It's about politics.
The replicants are back, and this time they're more animated than ever. Literally. Crunchyroll and Adult Swim just revealed the characters and international voice cast for the upcoming animated series Blade Runner: Black Lotus. Yes, that Blade Runner. It'll debut later this year with 13 episodes airing on both Adult…

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Washington Post Tech
Jul 08, 2021

‘Shut down everything:' Global ransomware attack takes a small Maryland town offline
Leonardtown, Maryland lost access to their computer systems Friday in a massive ransomware attack that has hit organizations around the world.

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