It was a short work week in the United States, but the days were long, especially for senators serving as jurors arrived in the US and has now infected more than 1,000 people in China and abroad. Also, the UN is in the .. Meanwhile, the coronavirus
Here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
The facial recognition industry is starting to see that its promises offer a false sense of security.
Lime petitions Apple to yank Scooter Map from its App Store over alleged privacy violations.
The death toll has risen above 40.
Commentary: The time is ripe yet again for a truly budget iPhone.
Review: A sci-fi legend returns, and he's swapped the Enterprise for a bold new look at Star Trek's essential values.
Chat with a Noam Chomsky AI? See Stranger Things' Joe Keery as a deranged ride-hail driver? Tech imbues 2020's Sundance Film Festival, on screen and off.
Commentary: The narrowing of choice online all but forces us into decisions driven by impulse and necessity, eroding our values and conscience over time.
As part three drops on Netflix, I headed to the CAOS set in Vancouver to see how dark magic brought a '90s favorite back to life.
You now count as a viewer of The Witcher and 6 Underground even if you turn them off after the first scene.