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Recent articles by Stephen:

T-Mobile 5G map update lets you check if your network is fast or lame

A new coverage map lets you figure out whether it might be worth moving from AT&T or Verizon. → Read More

Twitter offers bug bounty to spot AI bias so it can fix its algorithms

The top prize is $3,500. → Read More

Pegasus spyware political fallout: What's up with this phone surveillance tech

Activists and researchers discover that the software has been used to target the phones of activists, journalists and executives. Governments aren't happy. → Read More

Qualcomm, Amazon boost Intel plan to leapfrog chipmaking rivals by 2025

New CEO Pat Gelsinger says a "torrid" pace of innovation helped convince Amazon and Qualcomm to pay Intel to build future processors. → Read More

Intel details comeback plan to leapfrog chipmaking rivals by 2025

New CEO Pat Gelsinger is 'putting the tech people back in the driver's seat.' → Read More

Lost in LA? Fire department can find you with What3words location technology

The department pinpoints emergencies in wilderness areas, parking lots, waterways, freeways and other spots with no addresses. → Read More

Orbits explained: Space is surprisingly close, but it's really hard to stay there

As Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos ride their rockets dozens of miles above our planet, let's learn about Isaac Newton and how we go about sending things whizzing around the Earth. → Read More

Pegasus spyware: What to know about NSO Group's phone surveillance software

Activists and researchers found the Israeli company's software targeting the smartphones of activists, journalists and executives. → Read More

Honeywell, Google bring practical quantum computers a big step closer

The companies demonstrate logical qubits so calculations can last longer than a fleeting moment. → Read More

Chrome 92 blocks phishing attacks faster and gets 3 other security protections

Phishing attacks are a major security risk, but blocking them is 50 times faster in Google's latest browser release. → Read More

Photoshop and Lightroom Super Resolution: How to quadruple your photo size

Zoom in on details and print pictures bigger with Adobe's new AI photo-editing trick. → Read More

Apple drops radical Safari tab changes in new MacOS Monterey beta

A new beta version of MacOS restores the old way browser tabs work. → Read More

Google delays Chrome's cookie-blocking privacy plan by nearly 2 years

It takes time to fix privacy problems without hurting ad-dependent websites, the search giant says. → Read More

Google gets a new rival as Brave Search opens to the public

About 32 million people now use Brave's ad-blocking browser each month. → Read More

Google gets a new rival as Brave Search opens to the public

About 32 million people now use Brave's ad-blocking browser each month. → Read More

SiFive chip design challenges Arm and leads to Intel alliance

The startup uses open RISC-V technology that competes with Arm and Intel, but Intel will build a test chip using SiFive's P550 design. → Read More

Amazon Prime Day camera and accessory deals: GoPro, Sony, DJI, Lowepro and more

It's a good time for photographers to venture beyond the smartphone. → Read More

Google backs Linux project to make Android, Chrome OS harder to hack

The search giant is working to allow Rust code in the Linux kernel, a major technological and cultural shift after decades using only C. → Read More

Why Apple's next iPhone could make you care about LTPO displays

The new technology means high-end phone screens with fast refresh rates won't drain your battery so quickly. → Read More

Facebook's Oculus acquires studio BigBox VR for multiplayer games

The Population: One battle royale game will still be available for other VR headsets besides Facebook's Oculus products. → Read More