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This light, versatile, and low-maintenance bicycle has reconciled me to the existence of gravel bikes.

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Life is chaos, but needing to control a fictional story can be stressful too.

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Educators have lobbied to be prioritized for the Covid-19 vaccine, but they've also made the ethically questionable call to continue to wait to reopen.

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The British audio brand's carbon fiber noise-canceling headphones have become my favorite quarantine companion.

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Uncover the marvels of the Ancient language and explore the Nebula and the secrets contained within this indie game.

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If the president wants to win the race on 5G and other technologies, he'll need more than the support of America's traditional global allies.

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Across the globe, SARS-CoV-2 is evolving ways to evade the immune system and become more infectious. Blown pandemic response plans are to blame.

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The Historical Dictionary of Science Fiction turns a century of neologisms (and neosemes!) into a redefintion of the genre.

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The sweeping campaign took advantage of the collaborative spirit among researchers, with an unknown number of victims.

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What began as a Facebook group, and then a chat on Discord, soon became a massive campaign to remedy grueling working conditions across the industry.

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On Facebook, videos of people reporting disturbing side-effects from the shots have been viewed by millions. Fact-checking efforts can't keep up.

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If you’re a Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T subscriber, switching to these networks may save you a lot of money.

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Facilities that suck carbon dioxide out of the air could be powerful weapons for fighting climate change. But their deployment requires a huge wartime-style investment.

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Most analogies for racism as a pathology oversimplify its blight. Better diagnosing it means knowing how to treat it.

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It’s not just a nostalgia thing. Sifting through the past often leads to something new.

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What if things escalated? What if communications were knocked out? What if cyberwar was just the start? A note about this special six-part series.

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“We've got a ship in duress that hasn't sent out a distress signal. Something doesn't add up.”

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Mega-sites need a lot of personnel and pose problems of access and equity. But other vaccination campaigns might point us in the right direction.

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DALL-E drew laughs for creating images of a daikon radish in a tutu. But it builds on an important advance in computer vision with serious applications.

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The storied outdoor brand has introduced a new trail running shoe with speedy—and controversial—carbon-fiber plates in the soles.

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The company's latest subscription product combines outdoor fitness with podcasting, though you'll need an Apple Watch to enjoy it.

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This scenario is very similar to a classic physics problem—but with more Martian armor.

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Like its spiritual predecessor, Amazon’s new show is full of secrets. Unlike it, the series doesn’t get bogged down in solving mysteries.

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The flagship (and expensive) Elevate has rotating drivers for when you play Dolby Atmos-supported movies or shows.

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Machine learning programs trained with patient reports, rather than doctors', find problems that doctors miss—especially in Black people.

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