Science and Technology

The Dangerous Mystery of Hamas’ Missing ‘Suicide Drones’

The 23andMe User Data Leak May Be Far Worse Than Believed

Andrew Couts

Plus: IT workers secretly funnel money to North Korea, a court in the US upholds keyword search warrants, and WhatsApp gets a passwordless upgrade on Android


The Dangerous Mystery of Hamas’ Missing ‘Suicide Drones’

Justin Ling

Hamas has long touted its military drones, but little is known about the true scale of the threat. The answer may have consequences for people on both sides of the Israel-Gaza border.


The UK’s Controversial Online Safety Act Is Now Law

Peter Guest

The UK government says its Online Safety Act will protect people, particularly children, on the internet. Critics say it’s ineffective against dangerous misinformation and may be a threat to privacy.


How to Use Android’s Nearby Share to Send Photos and Files

Julian Chokkattu and Simon Hill

Just like with AirDrop on Apple devices, you can use Nearby Share on Android to send almost anything to your contacts close by, or even to your Windows computer.


Elon Musk Mocked Ukraine, and Russian Trolls Went Wild

Matt Burgess

Inauthentic accounts on X flocked to its owner’s post about Ukrainian president Vlodymr Zelensky, hailing “Comrade Musk” and boosting pro-Russia propaganda.


Reporters in Gaza Turn to Radios and Generators to Keep the News Moving

Tom Bennett

Facing bombs and blackouts, journalists are taking huge risks and jury-rigging solutions so they can bear witness to the Israel-Hamas conflict.




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