‘Vulkan’ Leak Offers a Peek at Russia’s Cyberwar Playbook
Plus: A major new supply chain attack, Biden’s spyware executive order, and a hacking campaign against Exxon’s critics.
Apple’s VR Headset Is Likely Delayed
Plus: The library ebook app OverDrive is shutting down, Fitbit loses some social features, and we take a stroll on Amazon Sidewalk.
Washington, DC’s Cherry Blooms Draw Crowds—and Climate Questions
The trees have blossomed earlier as the local weather has warmed. But experts are divided over whether it’s cause for alarm.
What's Going On With TikTok? Ask a Victorian Prince
A Victorian lawsuit set a precedent of foregrounding personal privacy when we talk about data. But that rings hollow without policy to bolster those rights.
The Internet Is Ruined. The Metaverse Can Still Be Saved
In this nascent stage, there are opportunities for virtual worlds to avoid the mistakes of the past.
Paris Fell in Love With Escooters. Now It Might Ban Them
Weaving through traffic and protests in the French capital shows that the real problem isn’t scooters—it’s cars.
Trump’s Indictment Marks a Historic Reckoning
A Manhattan grand jury has issued the first-ever indictment of a former US president. Buckle up for whatever happens next.
Review: We Put ChatGPT-4, Bing Chat, and Bard to the Test
We designed trials to compare our chatbot overlords from OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google. They’re smart, they’re interactive—and they’re pretty little liars.
When a Vintage RV Is Your Home, Repair Is a Way of Life
Six years ago, I moved my family into a 50-year-old RV—not just to see America, but to test my belief that anything worth fixing can be fixed.