Watch a $130 Million F-35 Fighter Jet Absolutely Eat Shit
An F-35B crashed in Fort Worth, Texas. This happens more often than you’d think.
Senator Asks Gabe Newell Why Steam Hosts So Much Neo-Nazi Content
New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan sent Valve a letter decrying the vast amount of white supremacist imagery in its user generated content and community spaces.
OSINT Experts React to Musk's Flight-Tracking Twitter Bans
The experts who use public information to document war crimes and help criminal investigations say Musk's bans will limit the public's knowledge.
The Coolest Tech Gifts That We Didn't Even Know Existed (But Want Now)
We've realized a Bluetooth-equipped beanie, instant cocktail machine, and a self-watering indoor garden are the best tech gifts we need in our lives.
CYBER: Cops and Courts Don’t Know How to Handle Apple’s AirTag Stalking Problem
Apple’s new tech is a boon for finding lost luggage and tracking your estranged family members.
Artists Are Revolting Against AI Art on ArtStation
Artists are fed up with AI art on the portfolio platform, which is owned by Epic Games, but the company isn't backing down.
Twitter Bans Elon Musk Flight Tracking Account After He Said It Wouldn’t, for Free Speech
Musk said, “My commitment to free speech extends even to not banning the account following my plane,” after taking over Twitter.
Pentagon Says Russia Will Soon Be Forced to Use Old, 'Degraded' Ammo In Ukraine
Properly stored ammunition can last a lifetime but Russia has a bad track record of improper storage that leads to massive explosions and death.
Twitter Auctioning Off Fancy Chairs, Espresso Machines, $10,000 Meat Slicer in HQ Clear-Out
At Twitter HQ, everything must go.
CYBER: The Invisible Workforce that Makes AI Possible
AI Isn’t Artificial or Intelligent, it’s powered by underpaid workers in foreign countries.
Facial Recognition Researcher Left a Trans Database Exposed for Years After Using Images Without Permission
Researchers at the University of North Carolina Wilmington scraped videos of trans people from YouTube without permission to create a dataset aimed at stopping hypothetical terrorists.
The Kid Who Crashed The Game Awards Was on Infowars When He Was 12
The kid who interrupted the the Game Awards has a history of pulling pranks, talking about Hong Kong, and appearing on Infowars.