Technology and Internet
SlashdotThe US Military Has Taken Action Against Ransomware Groups and 'Imposed Costs'
'The Insane Resurgence of Vinyl Records'
The Case for a Four-Day Work Week
Meet the People Living in Simulations of Life on Mars
Which Developers Were Paid the Most in 2021?
With New Funding Model, MST3K Attempts Online Comeback, Live Tour
Someone Stole $120 Million in Crypto From a DeFi Website
'Deep Fake' Technology Used to Perfectly Re-Create a Radio Announcer's Voice
Nine WiFi Routers Used by Millions Were Vulnerable to 226 Flaws
Comcast Reduced 'Working Latency' By 90% with AQM. Is This the Future?
Those Cute Cats Online? They Help Spread Misinformation
'Advent of Code' Has Begun - and Other Geeky Daily Programming Challenges
JetBrains Announces 'Fleet' IDE to Compete with Microsoft's Visual Studio Code
Ars TechnicaESA head says Europe needs to stop facilitating Elon Musk’s ambitions in space
Sony drops first look teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One)
The movement to hold AI accountable gains more steam
Raised by Wolves S2 teaser reminds us why we loved the series—until the S1 finale
Activision Blizzard “will not be a part” of this year’s Game Awards show
Meta’s failed Giphy deal could end Big Tech’s spending spree
What will it take to end deforestation by 2030?
COVID vaccinations spike in US as delta rages and omicron looms
New Peacemaker trailer gives us a redeemable villain we might learn to like
iPhones of US diplomats hacked using “0-click” exploits from embattled NSO
AT&T failed to fix Ohio man’s broken Internet service for a month
This enthusiast’s keyboard and trackball used to launch nuclear missiles
FTC sues Nvidia to preserve Arm’s status as “Switzerland” of semiconductors
Valve shows off final packaging, carrying case for the Steam Deck
Emails show what happened before Missouri gov. falsely called journalist a “hacker”