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Blind People Have Won the Right to Break Ebook DRMβ€”for Now

By Damon Beres
Advocates will once again be granted a DMCA exception to make accessible versions of texts. They argue that it's far past time to make it permanent.

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.

The Best Mesh Wi-Fi Routers

By Simon Hill
Forget about that patchy internet connection and dead spots with one of these WIRED-tested systems.

Our 9 Favorite Gaming Headsets for Every System

By Jess Grey
A simple wired headset will lend depth and drama to your gameplay, no matter which console or device you have.

Are Green Jet Fuels Finally Ready for Takeoff?

By Eric Niiler
A first commercial test flight shows how fuel made from plants, not petroleum, could make flying cleaner.

How to Use Android Recovery Mode

By Simon Hill
Having problems with your Android phone or tablet? Recovery mode could be the answer.
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Dark Web Drug Busts Lead to 150 Arrests

By Brian Barrett
Operation Dark HunTor spanned eight countriesβ€”and put the focus on sellers more than marketplaces.

The Best Wireless Gaming Headsets for Every Kind of Player

By Eric Ravenscraft, Gear Team
These battery-powered headsets will serve you well whether you're chatting with teammates in Fortnite, friends in Discord, or coworkers in Zoom.

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.

Facebook Is Everywhere; Its Moderation Is Nowhere Close

By Tom Simonite
Human reviewers and AI filters struggle to police the flood of contentβ€”or understand the nuances in different Arabic dialects.

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.

Power Up Anywhere With Our Favorite Portable Chargers

By Scott Gilbertson
Keep your phone, tablet, laptop, and other electronics running with these handheld power banks.

11 Security Settings You Should Know About in Windows 11

By David Nield
Microsoft has rolled out its most secure operating system yet. Here's how to make the most of it.

The Best Reusable Water Bottles To Ditch Single-Use Plastics

By Matt Jancer
Forget those one-and-done landfill cloggers. Upgrade your hydration with these insulated and non-insulated alternatives.

International Operation Knocks Notorious REvil Group Offline

By Lily Hay Newman
Plus: Data theft in Argentina, a Sinclair Broadcast Group hack, and more of the week’s top security news.

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.

15 Smart Gifts to Upgrade Your Beauty Routine

By Medea Giordano
Give your loved ones the gift of feeling fabulous with these cosmetic tools and sets.

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.