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Think you deserve some time off? A growing number of companies agree.
Contactless tech goes way back.
More than a century before Instagram, Agnes B. Marshall mastered the art of extravagant ice cream designs.
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The pro-cookie argument has always been: It’s more profitable. But new evidence is challenging that.
Zhang Yiming is one of the most powerful people you probably know very little about.
Run your thirsty selfies through Fawkes, and facial recognition AI will never know it’s you.
Artifact is producing podcasts that only you and 4 friends will ever want.
The smoke hasn’t cleared, but TikTok’s biggest rival is now at the top of the App Store charts.