Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
Months after the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080’s launch, the lines at brick-and-mortar stores across the country can still wrap around the block.
During his 50-year career, the director has made a series of films that are wonderfully quixotic—even when they go off the rails.
Plus: The rise of desktop publishing, the legal fate of the Trumps, and a mix-up for the ages.
Every basic fitness watch now has to be square (or sq?). We don’t make the rules.
Watching country music’s biggest night was anxiety-inducing—and not in a good way.
Saturday’s SpaceX launch will mark the return of regular crewed launches in the US after nearly a decade hiatus.
This week, we discuss the implications of Apple’s switch to using custom silicon in its Mac laptops and desktops.
All the Covid vaccine candidates work in different ways, and none will be perfect for everyone. It’ll take a slate of options to help cover us all.
“He had earned that rare and elusive acknowledgement, whispered behind his back: He’s a Creative. The Capital C.”
Today, we work with each other, with apps, with the occasional robot—but what will collaboration look like tomorrow?
Lucid Motors found a trick for moving electrons around more efficiently, but that’s no guarantee of market success.
Fifteen of 18 transit-related ballot measures across the US won approval last week, including property and sales tax increases in the midst of a recession.
An analysis of nearly 500 Covid-related apps worldwide shows major differences in how much data they expect you to give up.
Last year, a hacker gave Glenn Greenwald a trove of damning messages between Brazil’s leaders. Some suspected the Russians. The truth was far less boring.