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Apple made history this week by becoming Lyft said it would be suspending services in California on Thursday in response to a state . That changed, however,— even in the face of . Later, ride-hailing company
Meanwhile, the four-day Democratic National Convention — forced online this year because of the pandemic —amid over how cuts to the US Postal Service could during the upcoming presidential election.
Here are the week’s stories you don’t want to miss.
Election officials say it’s nearly impossible to commit voter fraud by mail. Getting people to doubt the legitimacy of the whole process is much easier.
Maybe your 2025 laptop won’t suck.
The frequency and intensity of natural disasters are trending up, and experts say climate change may be partly to blame.
It’s been a big year already for online grocery and electronics sales, and traditional retail is suffering.
If people are stuck at home, what’s the point of a speedy internet connection on the go?
Practical use of these weird machines remains years away.
Unfortunate timing means Samsung’s device is too expensive for a steep recession and that its feature set will be too much phone for many.
I may be 16 years late to the J.J. Abrams show, but its lessons resonate just as strongly today.
Commentary: Here’s what happens when your phone tries to change your personality.