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Past articles by Katie:

Meta Uses AI to Organize Your Feeds. Now It's Telling You How

The company says new tools will give you more control over what you see on Instagram and Facebook. → Read More

Meta Is Getting More Transparent About How It Uses AI to Organize Your Feeds

The company also promises more control over what you see on Instagram and Facebook. → Read More

What to Expect From Lab-Grown Chicken? It's a Convincing Alternative to the Real Deal

Good Meat brought version three of its cultured chicken to the UN COP27 climate change conference, where I got to enjoy a taste. It'll soon be available in US restaurants. → Read More

Mastercard Is Planning to Help You Recycle Credit Cards From Any Bank

Eliminating plastic waste is a major environmental challenge. Here's one way the financial industry is addressing it. → Read More

How Uber Plans to Slash the Carbon Footprint of Your Food Deliveries and Rides

Cleaner rides, greener eats, a happier planet. → Read More

Digital Nomads Are Remote Working in Paradise. But at What Cost?

Digital nomads are accused of being gentrifiers and colonialists, but some remote workers are trying to minimize their impact on local communities. → Read More

Work All Over the World Without Ruining It: Ethics for Digital Nomads

Remote workers who take root in local communities are accused of being gentrifiers and colonialists, but there are ways to minimize your impact. → Read More

What Does a 'Livable Future' for Our Children Look Like?

Can we still leave a sustainable future for our children and grandchildren? → Read More

After Climate Change, What Does a 'Livable Future' Look Like?

We could leave a sustainable world... if we follow the right path. → Read More

Climate Science Says a Livable Future Is Possible. What Does That Actually Mean?

Follow the right path now and we could leave the world sustainably habitable for future generations. → Read More

Nothing Phone 2 Is Heading to the US With Snapdragon 8

Carl Pei's tech startup is brewing its next-generation phone. → Read More

Microsoft's Activision Deal Will Harm UK Gamers, Says Watchdog

Regulators globally are concerned that the acquisition will make Microsoft too powerful in the gaming world. → Read More

Google's Lens-Led Multisearch Tool Goes Global

The company will also soon let Android users search things they've seen on their screens without leaving the app. → Read More

Google Translate App Adds More Context in Case of Multiple Meanings

Forever getting tripped up by local idioms and turns of phrase? This update should help. → Read More

Google Maps' Drone-Like 'Immersive View' Is Now Live in Five Cities

The latest Google Maps updates will also bring glanceable directions to your lock screen and new features for EV drivers. → Read More

Google Cuts 12,000 Jobs Amid Economic Pressure

Big Tech layoffs continue as Google CEO Sundar Pichai breaks the news in an email to staff. → Read More

How Video Games Help Me Endure the Winter Blues

Commentary: Exposure to nature and sunshine when I play cozy games boosts my mood during the long Scottish winter. → Read More

Taking Aim at Climate Injustice: US Focuses on Environmental Racism in 2023

Environmental racism is the idea that the climate crisis and damage from the fossil fuel industry affect Americans unequally. Under Biden, the US is finally promising to address the problem. → Read More

Robots of CES: Meet the Cute, Helpful and Creepy Bots of 2023

From a coding pup to a humanoid helper, we're rounding up all the robots we've seen so far. → Read More

Meta Fined for Serving European Users Personalized Ads in Violation of Privacy Law

The tech giant may be forced to change the way it handles personalized ads on Facebook and Instagram in the EU. → Read More