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Some industries still use floppy disks. This is one of the only places to buy them

An online merchant who runs one of the few remaining websites where you can buy floppy disks...

When law enforcement wants your social media content, do data privacy laws hold up?

Nebraska law enforcement requested Facebook messages of two women being investigated for an alleged illegal abortion....

Why batteries in modern gadgets aren't made to last

The batteries in our phones and headphones only last a few years. NPR's Daniel Estrin asks...

Alt text helps the visually impaired experience the James Webb Telescope images

Visually impaired people can enjoy the celestial images captured by the James Webb Telescope and shared...

Uber leak reveals how company lobbied governments to help its global rise

NPR speaks with Sydney Freedberg, chief reporter at ICIJ, about the key takeaways from her investigation into...

Can TikTok be trusted with users' data?

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, who is urging Google and Apple to remove...

What if an Artificial Intelligence program actually becomes sentient?

If an AI program became sentient, would the law apply to AI just as it does...