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Fandom Launches New LGBTQIA+ Guidelines For All Its Wikis

Earlier this year, one of the biggest fan wikias on the internet, Star Wars resource hub Wookieepedia, found itself embroiled in a debate between site admins pushing to make the wiki’s handling of LGBTQIA+ topics and transgender people in particular mo…

Here Are All of Windows 11’s New Features

Microsoft’s next version of Windows is officially here. Read more…

ThermoWorks’ latest Thermapen can measure food temperature in under one second

ThermoWorks has unveiled a new cooking thermometer that gets the temperature in just one second — ideal if you’re in a rush.

Greta Thunberg Roasts UK Government for Wanting to Drill the North Sea

Just a few months before the world is scheduled to gather in Glasgow to hammer out how, exactly, we’re going to meet the Paris Agreement targets, Greta Thunberg is calling out the UK government for approving a major new plan to simply keep on drilling….

Instagram tests posting photos from your desktop

Instagram is testing allowing feed posts from desktop browsers, a first for the company.

California’s Megadrought Is Making Water Taste Like Ass

The climate crisis is rendering parts of California downright dangerous with wildfires and extreme heat. To add insult to injury, it’s also making drinking water in some areas literally taste like dirt.Read more…

The Stranger Things Kids Will Go on a Goonies-Style Adventure in a New Dark Horse Miniseries

Stranger Things season four is coming (eventually). But you can fill the Hawkins, Indiana-sized hole in your heart with a fun new comic miniseries coming this fall from Dark Horse. We’ve got the scoop and a look at covers for the appropriately retro-lo…

NASA Is Struggling to Identify Source of Hubble Space Telescope Computer Glitch

A glitching 1980s-era computer is causing headaches for a NASA operations team struggling to bring the Hubble Space Telescope back online. Read more…

Microsoft Store is getting a much-needed overhaul for Windows 11

Microsoft won’t take a cut of in-app purchases if developers use their own payment systems.

Android apps are coming to Windows 11

At the Windows 11 event today, Microsoft announced Android apps will work in the next OS.