WWE WrestleMania 37: How to watch on Peacock, start times and match card
The main event of the weekend.  WWE WrestleMania is upon us once more, and the 37th edition of WWE’s biggest show will be a historic one. It’ll be the first WWE pay-per-view to take place in front of a live crowd since March 8, 2020. And it’ll be the... Read more
Moment Backpack Deal: The MTW Backpack Is $50 Off
Longer, warmer spring days always make us want to get outside and  do something—especially after we’ve spent so much time indoors over the winter. If you also have a hankering to go on a hike and take pictures of cool plants or budding trees, the Moment MTW Backpack is... Read more
Looking for a new job? Then you need to check these out
Join Transform 2021 for the most important themes in enterprise AI & Data. Learn more. Are you on the hunt for a new job at the moment? First of all, good for you — it’s a pretty exciting decision to make for yourself. However, it can also be pretty... Read more
WeWork joins SPAC trend to go public, over a year after failed IPO
A year and a half after its failed IPO attempt, WeWork is finally going public. Instead of trying a traditional IPO again, the troubled coworking outfit is using a different financial maneuver: merging with a special purpose acquisition company, known as a SPAC. The deal, which values WeWork at... Read more
Android sends 20x more data to Google than iOS sends to Apple, study says
Enlarge / Insomnia people and mobile-addiction concepts. Whether you have an iPhone or an Android device, it’s continuously sending data including your location, phone number, and local network details to Apple or Google. Now, a researcher has provided a side-by-side comparison that suggests that, while both iOS and Android... Read more
VW’s ‘Voltswagen’ name change might now be a hoax, report says
Volkswagen: Coming with 100% more “volt.” Andrew Trahan Photography We thought it sounded suspiciously like an early April Fools’ Day joke when Volkswagen of America announced Tuesday that it would officially change its name to Voltswagen of America. The company’s corporate Twitter handle was changed and VW offered a... Read more
The Weird Science of Loneliness and Our Brains
Matthews’ realization shunted her career in a new direction. Leaving her research on drug addiction to one side, in 2013 she went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to join Kay Tye’s laboratory. Tye is a neuroscientist focused on understanding the neural basis of emotion, and she’s also one... Read more
Armv9 is Arm’s first major architectural update in a decade
Join Transform 2021 for the most important themes in enterprise AI & Data. Learn more. Arm, the leader in chips used in everything from mobile devices to supercomputers, has unveiled Armv9, the company’s first major architectural change in a decade. The new designs should result in 30% faster performance... Read more
Why we can’t stop talking about Amazon, Bezos, and the tech billionaires
When MacKenzie Scott unveiled last year that she had donated $6 billion to support 500 nonprofits across the country, overwhelming applause rushed in for a billionaire who probably donated more money directly to charities in a single year than any living person ever had before. But then something weird... Read more
OpenSSL fixes high-severity flaw that allows hackers to crash servers
OpenSSL, the most widely used software library for implementing website and email encryption, has patched a high-severity vulnerability that makes it easy for hackers to completely shut down huge numbers of servers. OpenSSL provides time-tested cryptographic functions that implement the Transport Layer Security protocol, the successor to Secure Sockets... Read more