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Recent articles by Adam:

4 Factors Behind American Collectors’ Growing Interest In Original Comic Art

Philippe Labaune, founder of Art9, has a few ideas explaining why American collectors are getting into original comics art right now. → Read More

France Fines Apple $27 Million for Slowing Old iPhones

Ever wonder if Apple was intentionally slowing down your phone? France's consumer watchdog did too, and just settled with issue with a $27 million fine. → Read More

Apple's Wearables Division Looks Unstoppable

Apple's wearables division earned an "all-time record" in Apple's best quarter yet. Where is the success coming from? → Read More

How Famed Science Fiction Artist Michael Whelan’s Art Wound Up In Louis Vuitton’s New Campaign

That pulpy paperback art from the Pre-Fall lookbook is all authentic. Here's how it was licensed. → Read More

Together, Ebook Reviews And Previews Boost The Likelihood Of A Purchase By 30%

While the new data comes solely from ebook purchases, it doesn’t seem like a stretch to assume the findings will apply to other formats, like print books or audiobooks. → Read More

Amazon Employees Speak Out on Climate issues

This weekend, Amazon employees put their jobs at risk to protest climate change, and it's not the first time this month. Here's what to know. → Read More

Tinder's Adding a Swath of Safety Features

Everyone's favorite dating app is helping keep its users safer than before: Tinder just announced a slate of safety features. → Read More

Cyber Incidents Bigger Business Risk than Climate Change

Cybersecurity risks are the highest priority for businesses around the globe in 2020, according to an extensive new survey. Here's how to stay safe. → Read More

Microsoft Accused of Poor Security Measures

A transcription program Microsoft used to vet Skype and Cortana audio allegedly operated for years with no security measures. → Read More

Crypto, Smart Homes, and Automation: Security in 2020 reached out to dozens of security experts. Here are the seven biggest security concerns of 2020, from smart homes to government upgrades. → Read More

How to Start a Podcast | Podcast Equipment, Software, Hosting

Here, we'll offer a quick overview of how you can start your own podcast for free (or at least, as cheaply as possible). → Read More

Predictions for the Future of Tech in 2020

We asked dozens of tech experts to predict the future of their industries in 2020. Here's what they said about AI bias, data privacy, and election fraud. → Read More

Google to Stop Offering iPhone Users Unlimited Backups

Google's Pixel 4 won't let users upload an unlimited amount of original quality photos to their account for free. But weirdly, iPhone users can. → Read More

Adobe Withdraws Service from Venezuela After Executive Order

Adobe is withdrawing access to all its products and services, including free ones, for all customers in Venezuela. It's effective Oct 28 with no refunds. → Read More

OnePlus 7T vs. OnePlus 7

OnePlus has a new device out, the OnePlus 7T, available October 18 and priced at $599. Here's how it stacks up to the OnePlus 7. Spoilers: It wins. → Read More

Amazon Unveils New Echo Products: Echo Buds, Frames, Loop, and More

Amazon debuted a ton of new devices today, from Echo Buds to the Echo Loop smart ring. Here's what to know about the specs, prices, and release dates. → Read More

Facebook Birthday Charity Raises $1 Billion

More than $1 billion in donations have flowed through Facebook's birthday fundraisers alone over the past few years. Here's why it all works so well. → Read More

Tamsyn Muir’s Goony Fun ‘Gideon The Ninth’ Takes Sci-Fi Fantasy Prose Into New Territory

You’ve never read anything like Tamsyn Muir’s debut novel 'Gideon The Ninth.' → Read More

Viral Chinese Deepfake App Zao Sparks Privacy Concerns

The just-launched app Zao lets users slap their own faces onto movie clips, letting them cosplay as Leonard DiCaprio or Wolverine within seconds. → Read More

One Google Play Malware App Saw Over 100 Million Downloads

A malicious app has been downloaded more than 100 million times directly from the Google Play app store. Is anything really safe? → Read More