- 6 Reasons Why Matt Fraction and David Aja's Hawkeye Is One of Marvel's Greatest Comics
Delay after delay kept it out of our hands for months, but with last week’s release of Hawkeye #22, Matt Fraction and David Aja’s spectacular series has come to a close. While it’s nice to finally read the end, it’s with a twinge of sadness: we’ll miss this Hawkeye an awful lot. Here’s just six reasons why.
- RIP Internet Explorer: What you need to know
For IT managers, a breath of fresh air is on the way. Microsoft is set to officially retire Internet Explorer next June after 26 years.
- Nintendo is releasing a six-button Genesis controller for Switch, but only in Japan | Engadget
Nintendo fans in Japan will be able to buy Genesis controllers for the Switch with six buttons instead of three..
- Delta Wants to Share No-Fly Lists to Keep Bad Passengers Out
The company said that a list of banned customers doesn't work well if those individuals can then turn around and fly on another airline.
- A teenager on TikTok disrupted thousands of scientific studies with a single video
One TikTok created a mystery for some scientific surveys.
- 110,000 Affected by Epik Breach - Including Those Who Trusted Epik to Hide Their Identity
Epik's massive data breach is already affecting lives. Today the Washington Post describes a real estate agent in Pompano Beach who urged buyers on Facebook to move to "the most beautiful State." His name and personal details "were found on invoices suggesting he had once paid for websites with na...
- We are sleepwalking into AI-augmented work
The narrative that AI won't take our jobs but will instead magically make human work more fulfilling is a dangerous myth.
- Common sense is a huge blind spot for AI developers
Before building artificial general intelligence, we first need to program figure out how to program abductive inference, aka common sense.
- The biggest news and trailers from Netflix’s Tudum event
Catch up on everything.
- USPS slowdown starts Oct. 1: What to know about new delays and price hikes for mail
The USPS' new cost-cutting strategy will make millions of customers wait even longer to receive their letters and packages, starting next month.