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Trump and the Limits of Content Moderation

The president’s televised encouragement of white supremacy and political violence was a reminder that social media didn’t create these problems.

The Best Trick in 'Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2'? Double Nostalgia

The new remaster of the classic games series recalls both the late-1990s—and the carefree days before Covid-19 lockdowns.

Best Apple Watch (2020): Which Models to Buy, or Avoid

There are now three versions of Apple's popular fitness smartwatch. Here's our guide to them all.

Facebook Merges DMs for Instagram and Messenger

A new update allows for cross-platform messaging for the first time within the Facebook family of apps.

How to Watch Google's Pixel Event Today—and What to Expect

There are two new phones coming, a new Nest smart speaker, and a Chromecast with a TV remote.

In an Odd Twist, Cleaner Air in China May Mean a Warmer Earth

Coal plant upgrades led to a dramatic reduction in sulfur dioxide emissions. But those particles also help reflect solar heat away from the planet.

The West’s Infernos Are Melting Our Sense of How Fire Works

42,000-foot plumes of ash. 143-mph firenadoes. 1,500-degree heat. These wildfires are a new kind of hell on earth, and scientists are racing to learn its rules.

Trump-Biden Debate Twitter Recap: Politics Is a Metaverse

The first 2020 presidential debate was a series of interruptions and half-thoughts—like the internet IRL.

How to Win Any Debate

Arguing, especially with strangers on the internet, is generally a bad idea—but if you have to, here's how to win.

Trump’s FCC Is Using Junk Data to Downplay Broadband Woes

Tens of millions of Americans have either cripplingly slow or no internet at all. And the FCC's shameful practices are making a bad situation worse.

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