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New Mueller Report Injustice: It's Getting Delivered to Congress on CDs New Mueller Report Injustice: It's Getting Delivered to Congress on CDs

Congress has long been clamoring for the Mueller report, and the Justice Department is expected to deliver the report later today. With a twist. Congress is getting the 400-page report on some now semi-ancient tech: CDs.

After 36 Years, Helvetica Gets a Much-Needed Facelift After 36 Years, Helvetica Gets a Much-Needed Facelift

Everyone has an opinion about fonts, but Helvetica has long reigned over the modern era. It’s used for brands galore—Panasonic, Jeep, American Airlines, Motorola, 3M, Toyota, to name a few—but in recent years, tech companies like IBM, Apple, Netflix, and Google have been shifting to their custom…

When Will Apple Release a 5G iPhone? When Will Apple Release a 5G iPhone?

After two years, Apple’s legal spats with Qualcomm have come to an anticlimactic end. There’s a lot to parse from the settlement itself, but one main takeaway is that Apple now has a faster path toward building a 5G-compatible iPhone.

Sony Teases the World With First Details About the PS5, and The Wait Is Going to Be Excruciating Sony Teases the World With First Details About the PS5, and The Wait Is Going to Be Excruciating

Though rumors have been swirling for months, it’s now official: The PlayStation 5 is coming and we now know that it’s got some beefy specs. But in classic Sony fashion, we’re going to have to sit through tedious and unnecessarily long teases before this next-gen console is anywhere close to hitting shelves.

Why You Should Care About the Latest Chapter in the Showdown Between Apple and Qualcomm Why You Should Care About the Latest Chapter in the Showdown Between Apple and Qualcomm

The legal showdown between Apple and Qualcomm is nothing new. The two tech giants have been sniping at each other in courts spanning three continents for years now. But Monday marked the start of the main trial in what’s essentially the world’s biggest patent/antitrust case—and depending on who wins, the implications…

Tech Should Solve Tax Problems, Not Cause Them Tech Should Solve Tax Problems, Not Cause Them

There’s a good chance that like millions of Americans, you’re currently procrastinating on filing your taxes despite the fact Tax Day is less than 48 hours away. That makes sense. After all, technology gave us e-filing, thereby enabling all of our worst impulses to leave this very important legal obligation to the…

So Long, Quiz Daddy—HQ Trivia Replaces Scott Rogowsky So Long, Quiz Daddy—HQ Trivia Replaces Scott Rogowsky

If you’re one of the folks who for some reason still plays HQ Trivia, you may have been wondering where “quiz daddy” Scott Rogowsky’s been these past few weeks. Well, the short answer is simply this: He’s been replaced.

Facebook May Finally Stop Forcing You to Use Its Messenger App Facebook May Finally Stop Forcing You to Use Its Messenger App

Remember when a few years ago, Facebook forced us all to download the standalone Messenger app to chat with friends? It appears it’s now backtracking on that and looking to roll chats back into the main Facebook app.

Turtle Returns to Beach to Lay Eggs, But Garbage Humans Have Paved it Over With a Runway Turtle Returns to Beach to Lay Eggs, But Garbage Humans Have Paved it Over With a Runway

Sea turtles are famous for returning to the exact spot they were born to lay their eggs. That’s exactly what this green sea turtle tried to do on Tuesday, only to find her beachy home had been turned into a runway.

New Super-Secure Wifi Is Actually Full of Security Holes New Super-Secure Wifi Is Actually Full of Security Holes

When the Wi-Fi Alliance released its next-generation WPA3 wifi security protocol last January, it was touted as being nigh impossible to crack. That made it a serious upgrade over WPA2, the current protocol used by modern wifi networks—including the one you’re probably reading this on. Except, researchers on Wednesday …

How a $70 Smartwatch Can Still Be a Waste of Money How a $70 Smartwatch Can Still Be a Waste of Money

With smartwatches, as with other technologies, you expect them to get more advanced with each iteration. The Apple Watch Series 4 introduced ECG measurements right onto the wrist. Since its Ionic smartwatch, Fitbit added red LED Sp02 sensors to each of its devices for some future sleep apnea-related feature that it…

Google Will Now Let You Use Your Android Phone as a Physical Security Key Google Will Now Let You Use Your Android Phone as a Physical Security Key

By now you should know that two-factor authentication is a vital and necessary component of good security hygiene. That said, the most common ways of getting 2FA codes usually involve text messages or authenticator apps, which aren’t always hacker-proof. But today, Google announced at its Cloud Next conference that…

You Can Now Change Your PSN Online ID—But There Are a Few Things You Need to Know You Can Now Change Your PSN Online ID—But There Are a Few Things You Need to Know

At long last, Sony announced it will let you change your online ID on PSN beginning on Wednesday. That said, before you rush to your PlayStation 4 to change that embarrassing handle you’ve had since middle school, there are just a few teensy weensy caveats to keep in mind.

Twitter Limits Number of Accounts You Can Follow in a Day to Still Nightmarish 400 Twitter Limits Number of Accounts You Can Follow in a Day to Still Nightmarish 400

Spammers on Twitter are annoying. That’s why Twitter is thwarting one their most obnoxious tactics by further slashing the number of people you can follow per day from 1,000 to... 400.

The Super Rich Can Now Stream Movies Still in Theaters to Their Penthouses The Super Rich Can Now Stream Movies Still in Theaters to Their Penthouses

If you were looking for another reason to hate the rich, Red Carpet Home Cinema is here to help out. For $1,500 to $3,000 per film, the company will let you rent first-run films from the comfort of your tricked out mansion.

Man Concludes 'World's Longest' Trip in Electric Car Man Concludes 'World's Longest' Trip in Electric Car

In an epic road trip spanning more than three years, 33 countries, and roughly 59,000 miles, Dutchman Weibe Wakker set what is believed to be the record for the ‘world’s longest trip’ by an electric car, yesterday.

Two Students Charged With Cheating Apple Out of $900K in Wild iPhone Counterfeit Scam Two Students Charged With Cheating Apple Out of $900K in Wild iPhone Counterfeit Scam

In a grift for the ages, two engineering students allegedly scammed Apple out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s hard to say if the students were very clever or if Apple is just really bad at preventing this kind of thing.

Snapchat: Hi, Hello, I'm Still Here. Please Stay. Snapchat: Hi, Hello, I'm Still Here. Please Stay.

In a bid to remain relevant, Snap Inc. has launched a slew of new products for its Snapchat app, including an augmented reality (AR) developer platform and a games platform.

I Was Ready to Dunk on the Bose Frames... But I Actually Like Them? I Was Ready to Dunk on the Bose Frames... But I Actually Like Them?

Smartglasses have a bad rep—you can thank the glassholes for that. To this day, most people still can’t help but think of the first iteration of Google Glass when anyone brings up the topic of smart eyewear. That also means people start thinking about being recorded against their will, dorky design, and absurd prices…

Thousands of Lost MySpace Songs Have Been Recovered—No Thanks to MySpace Thousands of Lost MySpace Songs Have Been Recovered—No Thanks to MySpace

Last year, a borked server migration resulted in MySpace losing all of the music uploaded to the website between 2003 and 2015—a loss estimated at more than 50 million tracks from 14 million artists. But now a small fraction has been recovered thanks to an anonymous group of academics and uploaded to the Internet…

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