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The Incredible, Absurd World of Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

By Laurence Russell
The update has been a long time coming, and if you haven't played, now's the time. We asked Robert Kurvitz, the game's designer, if he’s finally satisfied with it.

China's Quiet Ecommerce Giant Thrives on Fresh Produce

By Kyle Mullin
Pinduoduo, which recently passed Alibaba as the shopping site with the most customers, connects 12 million farmers to more than 800 million users.

A New Way to Shape Metal Nanoparticlesβ€”With a Magnetic Field

By Karmela Padavic-Callaghan
Making the tiny nanoparticles used in everything from electronics to paint isn't easy. But a new experiment creates order out of chaos.

Why Are Writers Fleeing Substack for Ghost?

By Kate Knibbs
The publishing platform is gaining traction as a Substack substitute. But the comparison isn't so simple.

4 Tips to Send (and Receive) Better Texts

By MeMe Kelly
Sure, hitting send is easy. But these tips can help make sure everyone's messages are coming across loud and clear.

How to Watch Today's Apple WWDC Keynote

By Michael Calore
The annual event starts at 10 am Pacific with news about software updates coming to iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Here's how to tune in.

China Has Triggered a Bitcoin Mining Exodus

By Gian Volpicelli, Wired UK
The promise of a crackdown is sending the country's crypterati scrambling for the exit.

RevAir's Hair Dryer Is a One-Stop Blow Out Shop

By Medea Giordano
This expensive hair vacuum quickly dries and smoothes kinks out of your hair. It's impressive, if you can afford to pay for it and can store it.

10 Essential Accessories to Up Your Backyard Grilling Game

By Scott Gilbertson
Up your outdoor cooking game with these tools for getting the perfect sear, smoke, roastβ€”and even a pizza.

Will a Volcanic Eruption Be a Burp or a Blast?

By Robin George Andrews
Scientists have begun to decipher the seismic signals that reveal how explosive a volcanic eruption is going to be.

A Love Letter to Grand Theft Auto's Best Side Stories

By Ade D. Adeniji
The often-overlooked Liberty City andΒ Vice City Stories have some of the best character development and the most cinematic moments in the franchise.

How to Protect Your Files From Ransomware

By David Nield
It's a growing threat for individual users and businesses alikeβ€”but there are ways to protect yourself.

Twitch Turns 10, and the Creator Economy Is in Its Debt

By Cecilia D'Anastasio
The livestreaming platform for gamers helped pioneer the patronage systems that prop up so much of the internet today.

Google's $99 A-Series Earbuds Are AirPods for Android

By Parker Hall
The company's more affordable version of last year's Pixel Buds cut some perks for a much better price.

Black Barbecue Gets Its Due in an Inspiring New Cookbook

By Joe Ray
The first book from renowned pitmaster and chef Rodney Scott puts a long-neglected keystone of Black American culture on the table.

The FBI’s Director Compares Ransomware Threat to 9/11

By Lily Hay Newman
Plus, a Supreme Court decision on a controversial anti-hacking law, a WhatsApp walk-back, and more of the week’s top security news.

The Safest Way to Store and Share Your Nudes

By Eric Ravenscraft
Listen, if you’re going to take them, follow these precautions so they don’t go anywhere you don’t intend them to.

Our Favorite Audiophile-Grade Gear for Serious Listening

By Parker Hall
Interested in getting insane audio quality? From speakers and headphones to streaming amps, here are our favorite tools for gold-plated listening.
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