How to Make a Call When Your Cell Network Is Down

How to Make a Call When Your Cell Network Is Down

Step 1: Connect to Wi-Fi.

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Niklaus Wirth, Visionary Software Architect, Dies at 89

Niklaus Wirth, Visionary Software Architect, Dies at 89

Pascal, the programming language he created in the early days of personal computing, offered a simpler alternative to other languages in use at the time.

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China’s Hacker Network: What to Know About the I-Soon Document Leak

China’s Hacker Network: What to Know About the I-Soon Document Leak

Documents leaked on a public website show that China is hiring private hackers to obtain sensitive information from foreign companies and governments.

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Instagram’s Uneasy Rise as a News Site

Instagram’s Uneasy Rise as a News Site

In this year’s presidential election, more people are turning to Instagram for news, even as the platform tries de-emphasizing “political content.”

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Nvidia Earnings Show Soaring Profit and Revenue Amid AI Boom

Nvidia Earnings Show Soaring Profit and Revenue Amid AI Boom

The A.I. chip maker’s revenue more than tripled, and profits rose ninefold. It also projected that its revenue would more than triple again.

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Let Tesla Expand? Germans Vote No.

Let Tesla Expand? Germans Vote No.

A local town’s vote against the U.S. automaker’s proposed expansion is nonbinding, but citizens expect it to be honored.

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Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists Are Breaking Up With China

Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists Are Breaking Up With China

Under intensifying scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers, top firms have pulled back from investing in Chinese start-ups.

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China’s Rush to Dominate A.I. Comes With a Twist: It Depends on U.S. Technology

China’s Rush to Dominate A.I. Comes With a Twist: It Depends on U.S. Technology

China’s tech firms were caught off guard by breakthroughs in generative artificial intelligence. Beijing’s regulations and a sagging economy aren’t helping.

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Google Is Giving Away Some of the A.I. That Powers Chatbots

Google Is Giving Away Some of the A.I. That Powers Chatbots

Like Meta, the company opened access to its technology to outside programmers, but kept its most powerful system under wraps.

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Volkswagen Sees Electric Vehicles as a Way to Grow in the U.S.

Volkswagen Sees Electric Vehicles as a Way to Grow in the U.S.

It and other foreign automakers are trying to exploit upheaval caused by new technology to gain market share from their dominant rivals.

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Inside the Funding Frenzy at Anthropic, One of A.I.’s Hottest Start-Ups

Inside the Funding Frenzy at Anthropic, One of A.I.’s Hottest Start-Ups

The company raised $7.3 billion over the last year, as the lure of artificial intelligence changes Silicon Valley deal-making.

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When Eyes in the Sky Start Looking Right at You

When Eyes in the Sky Start Looking Right at You

New satellites that orbit the Earth at very low altitudes may result in a world where nothing is really off limits.

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Plans to Expand U.S. Chip Manufacturing Are Running Into Obstacles

Plans to Expand U.S. Chip Manufacturing Are Running Into Obstacles

Delays in finishing new factories are emerging, just as the Biden administration begins handing out money to stoke domestic production.

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‘Most Wanted’ Man Pleads Guilty in Cyberattack That Upended Vermont Hospital

‘Most Wanted’ Man Pleads Guilty in Cyberattack That Upended Vermont Hospital

Vyacheslav Igorevich Penchukov, 37, of Ukraine, pleaded guilty in federal court for his role in two separate malware schemes that caused tens of millions of dollars in losses.

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Facial Recognition in Airports: Biometrics Technology Is Expanding

Facial Recognition in Airports: Biometrics Technology Is Expanding

Biometric technology is expanding at airports across the United States — and the world — and transforming the way we move through them, from checking a bag to boarding the plane.

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