Intel processors are on their way out, replaced by home-grown designs, which will give the Mac maker more control of its destiny.
Reporting on the big announcement from Pfizer and BioNTech has been a little off the mark. Here’s what we really know right now.
If approved by the FDA, Pfizer and BioNTech’s mRNA vaccine would be the first of its kind, setting a record for speed—but raising questions about distribution.
The company showed off three new Mac computers Tuesday, all powered by its newly designed M1 chip.
For a game that’s so embedded in the common consciousness, I’ve never actually played it—until now. And it’s just as wonderful now as I imagine it was in 1997.
We’ll talk about the different types—kinetic energy, electrical potential energy, etc.—and different sources, from fossil fuels to solar.
It may not be the prettiest—or cheapest—version of Sony’s new console, but here are three reasons why it’s superior to the digital-only option.
Poll wonks and epidemiologists need to be more transparent. And we need to stop being suckers.
The artificial intelligence programs can diagnose eye disease in diabetics and complications in stroke patients.
Yes, you could spend a few hundred dollars on a new console. Or you could hook your PC up to your TV with an HDMI cable.
Uber and Lyft led a ballot measure that exempts them from AB 5. But millions of janitors, retail workers, and others are still covered by the statute.
Who gets priority when Covid-19 shots are in short supply? Network theorists have a counterintuitive answer: Start with the social butterflies.