‘Seinfeld’ might not be available to stream for months

It’s bad enough when a favorite TV show jumps to another service, but Seinfeld fans might have to forego the show entirely for a while. Vulture sources claim the legendary…

‘Atomically thin’ transistors could help make electronic skins a reality

Electronic skin will only truly become practical if it’s thin enough to be virtually unnoticeable, and scientists might have just delivered that breakthrough. Stanford researchers have developed a new technique…

iPhone bug ‘breaks’ your WiFi when you join an oddly-named network

Be careful about giving your WiFi network an unusual name — it might create serious headaches for any iPhone users in the household. BleepingComputer and AppleInsider say that security researcher…

Facial recognition systems are denying unemployment benefits across the US

A recent string of problems suggests facial recognition’s reliability issues are hurting people in a moment of need. Motherboard reports that there are ongoing complaints about the ID.me facial recognition…

This Week in Apps: Spotify debuts a Clubhouse rival, Facebook tests Audio Rooms in US, Amazon cuts Appstore commissions

https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Screenshots.png?w=680 Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow,…

Investors say Eindhoven poised to become Netherlands’ No. 2 tech hub

https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/GettyImages-995442942.jpg?w=600 Eindhoven might not immediately spring to mind as a high-tech hub, but the Netherlands city is keen to position itself as a center for deep tech in Europe. The…

Become a Prime Day Pro With These Tips and 18 Early Deals

Shop Safely and Smartly: Use common sense when shopping. If a price is too good to be true, you don’t recognize a brand, an item doesn’t have many reviews (or…

Facial recognition software used to verify unemployment recipients reportedly doesn’t work well

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The facial recognition program used by nearly two dozen US states to to verify people seeking unemployment benefits is working inconsistently, leading to…

Archaeologists recreated three common kinds of Paleolithic cave lighting

Enlarge / Spanish archaeologists recreated three common types of Paleolithic lighting systems. (credit: Medina-Alcaide et al, 2021, PLOS ONE) In 1993, a media studies professor at Fordham University named Edward…

ICYMI: The new Studio Buds are the best Beats for most people

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NASA struggles to fix a Hubble Space Telescope computer glitch

The Hubble Space Telescope has been showing its age for a while, but a new problem is proving to be especially frustrating. As the AP reports, NASA has spent nearly…

Hitting the Books: How memes spread through society like a ‘mind virus’

The struggle for survival is not always limited to animate objects. Ideas can be expressed just as biological genes are, compete for attention-based resources, replicate themselves through discussion, and be…

These wireless earbuds are $65 for a limited time

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Ingenious new search and rescue drone finds people by listening for screams

There’s that iconic moment in many a Superman story in which the Man of Steel is soaring through the sky when, thanks to his super hearing, he picks up the…

Facebook to update its community standards to clarify what it considers satire

illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Following a recommendation from its Oversight Board, Facebook says it will update its community standards to be clearer about how it handles satirical…