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  1. A remotely operated lab is taking shape 2.5 km under the sea

    Oceanography, geology, and... particle physics? A new lab does it all without humans.

    Dhananjay Khadilkar - Mar 31, 2023 8:20 pm UTC

  2. Right to repair, universal charging port mandates eyed to save Canadians money

    Canada's newly released budget considers consumers' wallets and e-waste.

    Scharon Harding - Mar 31, 2023 7:22 pm UTC

  3. Google Drive does a surprise rollout of file limits, locking out some users

    The new file limit means you can't actually use the storage you buy from Google.

    Ron Amadeo - Mar 31, 2023 6:21 pm UTC

  4. ChatGPT data leak has Italian lawmakers scrambling to regulate data collection

    Experts disagree on how governments should be regulating AI.

    Ashley Belanger - Mar 31, 2023 6:09 pm UTC

  5. GM confirms it's dropping Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from 2024 EVs

    This is just for new EVs; models that already have CarPlay or AA will keep them.

    Jonathan M. Gitlin - Mar 31, 2023 5:27 pm UTC

  6. FTC chair refused Musk's meeting request, told him to stop delaying investigation

    Khan "troubled by Twitter's delays" in providing documents and depositions.

    Jon Brodkin - Mar 31, 2023 4:45 pm UTC

  7. E3, now dead, was a show for a bygone game industry

    Direct online marketing, distribution made an expensive annual show unnecessary.

    Kyle Orland - Mar 31, 2023 4:36 pm UTC

  8. Ads are coming for the Bing AI chatbot, as they come for all Microsoft products

    The quantity of ads in Windows and Edge is bad, but their quality is worse.

    Andrew Cunningham - Mar 31, 2023 4:10 pm UTC

  9. Here's how the IRS's clean vehicle tax credit will change on April 18

    Increasing percentages of battery components and critical minerals must be local.

    Jonathan M. Gitlin - Mar 31, 2023 3:52 pm UTC

Paul Sutter walks us through the future of climate change—and things aren't great

Paul Sutter walks us through the future of climate change—and things aren't great

This episode of Edge of Knowledge focuses on our rapidly transforming world.

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  1. These angry Dutch farmers really hate Microsoft

    Tech giants want to build massive, "hyperscale" data centers in the Netherlands.

    Morgan Meaker, wired.com - Mar 31, 2023 1:46 pm UTC

  2. Rocket Report: ULA Centaur stage has an 'anomaly,' Virgin Orbit funding is dire

    "This is why we thoroughly & rigorously exercise every possible condition on the ground."

    Eric Berger - Mar 31, 2023 11:00 am UTC

  3. 510K CPUs, HDDs & more seized as smugglers keep trying to sneak tech into China

    A stuffed silicone stomach and other extreme smuggling attempts thwarted.

    Scharon Harding - Mar 30, 2023 10:34 pm UTC

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  1. 3CX knew its app was flagged as malicious but took no action for 7 days

    "It's not exactly our place to comment on it," 3CX rep says of malicious detection.

    Dan Goodin - Mar 30, 2023 9:46 pm UTC

  2. The long-rumored Starfleet Academy TV series will finally get made

    The show will be led by a writer known for Nancy Drew and The Magicians.

    Samuel Axon - Mar 30, 2023 9:12 pm UTC

  3. AI-generated video of Will Smith eating spaghetti astounds with terrible beauty

    Open source "text2video" ModelScope AI made the viral sensation possible.

    Benj Edwards - Mar 30, 2023 9:02 pm UTC

  4. Google Assistant might be doomed: Division "reorganizes" to focus on Bard

    The Google Assistant makes no money and hasn't released hardware in two years.

    Ron Amadeo - Mar 30, 2023 7:37 pm UTC

  5. Brightest-ever gamma-ray burst (the "BOAT") continues to puzzle astronomers

    No evidence of associated supernova, and afterglow radio data contradicts current models.

    Jennifer Ouellette - Mar 30, 2023 7:22 pm UTC

  6. GPT-4 poses too many risks and releases should be halted, AI group tells FTC

    OpenAI released GPT-4 despite "full knowledge" of risks, nonprofit tells agency.

    Jon Brodkin - Mar 30, 2023 7:01 pm UTC

  1. Marburg outbreak grows with concerning geographic spread in Equatorial Guinea

    WHO said Equatorial Guinea is not reporting some confirmed cases, delaying responses.

    Beth Mole - Mar 30, 2023 6:28 pm UTC

  2. Meta wants EU users to apply for permission to opt out of data collection

    Instead of a yes/no consent, Meta users will fill out a form and include justification.

    Ashley Belanger - Mar 30, 2023 5:32 pm UTC

  3. Trojanized Windows and Mac apps rain down on 3CX users in massive supply chain attack

    Remember SolarWinds? A similar attack is playing out now against a new software supplier.

    Dan Goodin - Mar 30, 2023 5:13 pm UTC

  4. Apple TV's Tetris biopic loses the true plot amid its '80s movie tropes

    The game's amazing backstory deserves better than these Cold War movie cliches.

    Kyle Orland - Mar 30, 2023 4:56 pm UTC

  5. How a major toy company kept 4chan online

    Good Smile, which licenses toy production for Disney, was a major investor in 4chan.

    Justin Ling, wired.com - Mar 30, 2023 2:52 pm UTC

  6. Manchin vows to sue Biden administration over EV tax credits

    The senator doesn't think making powders or wafers counts as "processing."

    Jonathan M. Gitlin - Mar 30, 2023 2:07 pm UTC

  7. Pro-Russian hackers target elected US officials supporting Ukraine

    Group tracked since 2021 exploits unpatched Zimbra servers to hack email accounts.

    Dan Goodin - Mar 30, 2023 12:19 pm UTC

  8. My quest to re-create Street Fighter's long-lost pneumatic controls

    True fighting gamers land harder hits by slamming their fists on huge "bash pads."

    Vincent Pureza - Mar 30, 2023 11:00 am UTC

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