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Black Friday Will Be Confusing (Again). Here Are Our Tips

By Louryn Strampe
The biggest sale day of the year has crept into an entire month of sales that ebb and flow. Here's how to make the most of it.

How to Recover Earlier Versions of Files

By Simon Hill
Want to resurrect that paragraph from a few drafts ago, or dredge up the doc you accidentally deleted? Here are your options.

Neuron Bursts Can Mimic a Famous AI Learning Strategy

By Allison Whitten
A new model of learning centers on blasts of neural activity that act as teaching signalsβ€”approximating an algorithm called backpropagation.

How to Put a Vaccine Card on Your Phone

By Boone Ashworth
Is that proof of vaccination card too big to fit in your pocket? Stick it on your phone instead.

Breathe Easyβ€”We Found the Best Air Purifiers

By Matt Jancer, Gear Team
We tested standard and HEPA models to find the right one for your home.

An Apparent Ransomware Hack Puts the NRA in a Bind

By Lily Hay Newman
The group behind the reported attack is under sanctions from the US Treasury, which means a payout could come with penalties for the victim.

The Apple Watch Series 7 Isn’t a Huge Upgrade, but That’s OK

By Adrienne So
This new iterative smartwatch focuses on biking, and the battery life still stinks.

MacOS Monterey Is Here. These Are the Top New Features

By Brenda Stolyar
We break down how to install the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system, including some perks that will only work on M1-powered Macs.

Biden's FCC Picks Are a 'Dream Team' for Broadband Advocates

By Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica
The president's long-awaited nominees are strong proponents of narrowing the digital divide and restoring net neutrality rules.

How to Use Android Recovery Mode

By Simon Hill
Having problems with your Android phone or tablet? Recovery mode could be the answer.

Tips on How to Snag a PlayStation 5 (Good Luck!)

By Simon Hill
A year after launch, Sony's latest console is still difficult to find. We've got some tips on how to score one.

The Best VPNs to Protect Yourself Online

By Scott Gilbertson
It won’t solve all of your privacy problems, but a virtual private network can help make you a less tempting target for hackers.

Want a Better PC? Try Building Your Own

By Jess Grey, Brendan Nystedt
Assembling a computer yourself is a good way to learn about how it works.

How Wavelets Let Researchers Transform and Understand Data

By Alexander Hellemans
Built upon the ubiquitous Fourier transform, these mathematical tools allow unprecedented analysis of continuous signals.

How to Find a Halloween Costume in Another Bizarre Year

By Medea Giordano
Should you match your mask? Can you thrift online? Here are our tips for buying or making costumes, including adaptable and accessible ones.

If Clouds Are Made of Water, How Do They Stay in the Air?

By Rhett Allain
Despite the conventional wisdom, they don’t really float.

You Can Get This Free Cryptoβ€”If the β€˜Orb’ Scans Your Eye

By Gian M. Volpicelli, Wired UK
Worldcoin’s backers see it as a potential first step to a universal basic income.

The Best Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products for Your Home

By Louryn Strampe
Next time you stock up on supplies, consider these green cleaning alternatives.

How Hackers Hijacked Thousands of YouTube Accounts

By Lily Hay Newman
Google has shed light on a spate of attacks that turned creator channels into cryptocurrency scam livestreams.

Google's Much-Hyped Pixel 6 Undercuts Its Peers at Just $599

By Julian Chokkattu
Joined by the Pixel 6 Pro at $899, these two new Android phones reinforce how important it is to optimize hardware and software.