Meta’s new ‘system cards’ make Instagram’s AI algorithm a little less mysterious
The company’s latest attempt to make internal operations more transparent follows months of regulatory scrutiny over its algorithms.
What a key natural-gas pipeline has to do with the Russia-Ukraine crisis
Here's why Germany rescinded its certification of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as tensions continue to get even hotter.
An experienced backpacker’s guide for flying with camping gear
What to know about bringing outdoor gear on planes.
PopSci’s spring issue has all the dirt
Just in time for spring cleaning, we're digging deep into the secrets hidden in our filthiest messes.
The inside scoop on Apollo 10’s infamous floating turd
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AT&T just shut down its 3G network. Here’s how it could affect your car.
The company is sunsetting 3G service nationwide, blacking out millions of connected vehicles in the process.
‘Stealth Omicron’ is spreading slowly in the US
Mutations are normal in common viruses, but that doesn't mean they're all harmless.
How public opinion can help shape climate policies
Fighting climate change on a personal level works in a surprising way.
Is a wireless charger better? Here’s how to decide.
Charge your gadgets up the right way.
Inside the technicolor factory where Jelly Belly makes its beans
Jelly Belly has mastered making flavors so real they can confound the senses.