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Zoom Was Naughty — Now It Might Owe You Money
Zoom’s popularity skyrocketed last year. But as it turns out, the company wasn’t being a good citizen. And now, to make things right, it might need to put some money in your pocket. Get the scoop »
The Startup that Could Beat Elon Musk
Elon Musk’s Neuralink was winning the race to put computer chips in human brains. But a tiny startup just jumped out ahead of it. Could it become the next blockbuster company? »
Smart Homes: A Dumb Idea?
Thanks to TV shows like “The Jetsons,” smart homes were seen as the cornerstone of an ideal future. But so far, the reality hasn’t lived up to the hype. See why the concept is failing »
Stop it, Facebook!
Facebook just hired a team of Artificial Intelligence experts. Their mission? To get into your encrypted data without decrypting it. Why is this social media company hell-bent on invading your privacy? Here’s why »
Why Are Kids Faking Positive Covid-19 Tests?
Kids are always coming up with clever new ways to avoid going to school. But their latest tactic might be their most cunning one yet. Find out how they’re scamming parents into a “sick day” — and how you can foil their plans »