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The Station: Bird and Lime layoffs, pivots in a COVID-19 era and a $2.2 trillion deal

The Station: Bird and Lime layoffs, pivots in a COVID-19 era and a $2.2 trillion deal

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Saudi spies tracked phones using flaws the FCC failed to fix for years

Saudi spies tracked phones using flaws the FCC failed to fix for years

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White House extends social distancing guidelines to April 30

White House extends social distancing guidelines to April 30

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Fauci: US can expect more than 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, millions of cases

Fauci: US can expect more than 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, millions of cases

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Elizabeth Warren for President open-sources its 2020 campaign tech

Elizabeth Warren for President open-sources its 2020 campaign tech

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Collective Cabin Fever Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Collective Cabin Fever Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Another week, another opportunity to start this column by saying, “It’s been a helluva week.” As the coronavirus continues is morbid march, people the world over are sheltering in place and doing all they can to stay safe and sane. People, it seems, are in this for the long haul, and that’s going to destroy…

A Hospital Train, DIY Face Shields, and More Car News This Week

A Hospital Train, DIY Face Shields, and More Car News This Week

Enough with the despair. Even as grim news of the coronavirus dominated the airwaves, this week in transportation-land was all about solving problems. A federal bill signed by the president Friday gives gig workers access to unemployment benefits, though workers are getting creative as they search for money to fill the gaps. The French used…

A Rest Stop Where Flying Cars Can Recharge

A Rest Stop Where Flying Cars Can Recharge

If it weren’t for the racket from a helicopter landing on the roof, the complex of heavily modified and interconnected cargo containers in a corner of Burlington International Airport would be a great place to hang out. The structure has a sleek wood-lined lounge, two cozy bedrooms, and a view from the front porch of…

Where Did Plants Come From? This Ancient Algae Offers Clues

Around 500 million years ago—when the Earth was already a ripe 4 billion years old—the first green plants appeared on dry land. Precisely how this occurred is still one of the big mysteries of evolution. Before then, terrestrial land was home only to microbial life. The first green plants to find their way out of…

How Decades of Offshoring Led to a Mask Shortage in a Pandemic

How Decades of Offshoring Led to a Mask Shortage in a Pandemic

If you can reach him, Gus Nasrallah, president and CEO of manufacturing equipment supplier Sharpertek in Pontiac, Michigan, can sell you a machine that cranks out the N95 face masks desperately needed by health workers treating Covid-19 patients. It will cost you $250,000 or more—but don’t expect it soon. “We’re telling them six-month delivery.”Keith Hayward,…

14 Apps and Tools to Stave Off Cabin Fever

14 Apps and Tools to Stave Off Cabin Fever

As more and more counties and states impose shelter-in-place restrictions while the new coronavirus spreads, everyone’s suddenly spending much more time at home. While you might be glad to have escaped the grind of the daily commute for a while, staying indoors for the majority of the day comes with its own set of challenges.…

This Is the ‘Cozy Catastrophe’ Americans Have Always Wanted

This Is the ‘Cozy Catastrophe’ Americans Have Always Wanted

Here’s a little secret about the coronavirus crisis: If you and your loved ones are healthy and financially secure—for now—then some not-so-small part of you might just be enjoying this whole thing. Lazy days at home, ALL CAPS headlines, desolate parking lots, that warm-and-fuzzy-end-of-the-world feeling. The turmoil is thrilling from afar. The internet works just…

‘Star Trek: Picard,’ Fancy Sheets, and the Meaning of Home

‘Star Trek: Picard,’ Fancy Sheets, and the Meaning of Home

Star Trek: Picard, the new reloading of the Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) universe, explores contemporary disasters—refugees denied havens, racist paranoia, travel bans, genocide—but, if I may, I’d like to land into this world on its soft furnishings. One often disappointing element in science fiction is the lack of warm, homey décor. The interiors…

Test and trace with Apple and Google

Test and trace with Apple and Google

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