Documentation that proves your COVID vaccination will be a big part of postpandemic travel, but others worry about privacy and discrimination.
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In her new podcast series, The Big Bang Theory actress, who holds a doctorate in neuroscience, breaks down questions about mental health in a world still coping with COVID.
CNET's Now What talks to our colleague Daniel Van Boom about the mind-bending trend of nonfungible tokens.
Actors like Riz Ahmed, who just became the first Muslim nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a lead role, are shattering stereotypes. But they face a long road ahead.
Three days in the office and two working from home may become the new normal for millions.
A fundamental flaw in closing the digital divide is not knowing where the problems actually are. We're finally about to see changes.
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