Why NASA Is Renting the International Space Station for Dirt Cheap
Companies will charge tens of millions of dollars for a single ticket to space, but NASA will see barely any of the money.
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Microsoft Deleted a Massive Facial Recognition Database, But It's Not Dead
The database contained 10 million photos of 100,000 individuals including activists and journalists.
There's a Huge ASCII Penis Hidden on the Ethereum Blockchain
Artists Ida Jonsson and Simon Saarinen embedded the work on the blockchain in an act aimed "against being adult."
EA Is Changing the Name of a Nazi in 'Battlefield V' That Belonged to a Real-Life Resistance Fighter
The company also claims that Wilhelm Franke is not a Nazi, just German.
'Battlefield V' Is Selling Nazi Stuff, and It's Really Weird
Microtransactions are amplifying an inherent tension in historical shooters to an uncomfortable degree in EA's WWII game 'Battlefield V'.
This Tool Lets You Easily Dump Medium for a Personal Blog
Making 90s-style personal websites a thing again starts with you.
Minds, the ‘Anti-Facebook,’ Has No Idea What to Do About All the Neo-Nazis
Minds is home to neo-Nazis, and wants its users to help decide what content stays on the site.
Mark Zuckerberg Will Be Served a Summons If He Sets Foot In Canada
The Facebook founder and CEO Sheryl Sandberg snubbed international lawmakers, again, at a committee hearing in Canada on Tuesday.
The US Ban on Huawei Is Causing a Global Mess
The highly interconnected nature of the global tech industry means the US ban has wide ripple effects.
The Worst Part of ‘Rage 2’ Is the Fall Damage
'Rage 2' has fall damage. It's bad, folks.
$40M Hack Is 'Expensive Lesson' for Cryptocurrency Exchange, CEO Says
Hackers made off with millions of dollars in bitcoins from Binance.
Right to Repair
Right to Repair Bill Killed After Big Tech Lobbying In Ontario
The bill would have been the first in North America to empower average people to repair their own devices.