This week showed some early signs of normalcy as parts of the USafter weeks of lockdown and we started talking more about consumer gadgets again. , for example, is the perfect iPhone SE rival, and bids a
But a return to life as we knew it seems long way off as deaths continue to tally and recession looms. Facebook and Google this week said they'll allow employees to . Apple's big summer kickoff, the Worldwide Developers Conference, . And social networks and YouTube are struggling to moderate dangerous online content that this week .cases and
Here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
And if a devastating deepfake does emerge, it'll hit at the last moment.
Ford designed this powered air-purifying respirator in record time. We try it out.
The man in the golden suits shares stories from The Rise of Skywalker's production and dives into his new book, I Am C-3PO: The Inside Story.
The Under Presents is part game, part immersive theater. Its performers have been living virtually for months, paving a way toward where all of us may be heading.
The coronavirus crisis has hit the US economy hard, putting at least 33 million people out of work. A lot of Silicon Valley so far has been spared.
Commentary: Apple seems to wave goodbye to tiny iPhones with the launch of its "small" iPhone SE.
Commentary: I've gone more than two months without makeup, thanks to Lent and the lockdown. I've learned a lot.
If you forged some new habits or rediscovered old hobbies while staying at home, consider making those part of your normal routine.
Commentary: It's time for round 4.