With 10th Flight, Ingenuity Has Flown More Than a Mile on Mars

The helicopter scouted an area known as 'Raised Ridges,' which scientists on the Perseverance rover team are considering visiting. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 day ago

The FAA Changed Its Definition of 'Astronaut' Same Day Jeff Bezos Went to Space

New FAA rules say Jeff Bezos doesn't qualify for its astronaut wings. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 3 days ago

Dutch Teen Who Went to Space with Bezos Told Him Never Bought Anything on Amazon

Bezos was surprised and told the teen it had been a while since he heard someone say that. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 4 days ago

What Was the Earliest Music?

"Specialists on ancient civilizations could each give you examples of music from their particular areas of expertise, but one could always go back further." | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 4 days ago

What Do the UFO Videos Show?

"Are we sure we aren’t just seeing objects like kites, frisbees, or spotlights? What about drones?” | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 4 days ago

Senate Bill Targets Section 230 in Fight over Covid-19 Misinfo

The Health Misinformation Act would make websites, including Facebook, liable for algorithmically amplifying some health-related misinformation. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 5 days ago

The Strange Case of the Climate Scientists Fighting a Wind Farm

An ecologically sensitive Greek island is at the center of a battle over who gets to decide where wind farms are sited. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 5 days ago

Framework Laptop Review: Modular Machine Novelty Wears Thin

You can customize almost every part of this PC. Unfortunately, that doesn't make it good. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 5 days ago

Wall-E Tried to Warn Us

The 2008 movie predicted a future where corporations destroy Earth and billionaires shuttle humanity to space. In real life, we can't continue down that road. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 6 days ago

Couple Charged After Gender Reveal Pyrotechnics Sparked a Deadly Wildfire

Cal Fire found that gender reveal pyrotechnics set off a nearly 22,700-acre wildfire that killed a firefighter. Now, the couple responsible faces charges. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 6 days ago

A Priest Was Outed by His Phone's Location Data. Anyone Could Be Next

The latest scandal to rock the Catholic Church was both incredibly unnerving and entirely preventable. Why isn't anyone doing anything about it? | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 6 days ago

Google CEO Still Insists AI Revolution Bigger Than Invention of Fire

Pichai suggests the internet and electricity are also small potatoes compared to AI. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 7 days ago

Amazon Complains About Fakespot Review App, Gets It Kicked Off App Store

The incident has pitted two of tech's biggest giants against a small company that has based its business on spotting fake reviews on Amazon. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 8 days ago

Revisit the Most Popular Desktop Publishing App of the '80s in the Browser

Dust off the dot-matrix printer and create retro-tastic birthday cards and banners at home with The Print Shop. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 8 days ago

Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, and Elon Musk want to make "space tourism" a thing. This could jumpstart a pointless industry that's totally unsustainable. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 8 days ago

Nvidia Shield TV Owners Are Pissed About the Banner Ads in Android TV

The continued expansion of ads in smart devices is really starting to get on people's nerves. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 8 days ago

Amazon Complains About Fakespot Review App, Gets It Kicked Off App Store

The incident has pitted two of tech's biggest giants against a small company that has based its business on spotting fake reviews on Amazon. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 9 days ago

Casio re-issuing the futuristic watch worn in Alien

It's the second iconic watch from the classic film series to be re-issued. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 12 days ago

The U.S. Wheat Crop Is in Trouble

Spring wheat could see some of its lowest wheat yields in decades due to widespread drought and heat. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 13 days ago

Dogecoin Creator Speaks Out About Cryptocurrency

Jackson Palmer went on Twitter for the first time in two years to remind us that the wealthy are ruining everything—even cryptocurrency. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 13 days ago

Facebook Knifes Its Own Analytics Tool to Hide Its Ben Shapiro Problem

Facebook reportedly reassigned dozens of employees at its data tool CrowdTangle after it showed right-wing content thrives on the News Feed. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 13 days ago

New Spring-Loaded 'Sound Screw' Makes Drywall Noise-Dampening

"Sound Screws" might one day be an easy way to tune out noisy neighbors. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 14 days ago

Trickbot Strikes Back

U.S. authorities attempted to hobble an infamous cybercriminal group last year but it looks like the gang is back in action. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 15 days ago

California Wildfires Are So Intense, They’re Sparking Firenadoes

Blazes are whipping up rare fire tornadoes and threatening the grid. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 15 days ago

OnePlus Admits It Throttles Popular Apps on Its Flagship Phones

OnePlus claims it was trying to "optimize" the performance of the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 16 days ago

An Open Letter to the 5M Confused People Who Bought a Samsung Galaxy Note

"Bro, it's so big." That's an actual thing I heard from an actual person. The man was a personal trainer at my gym, the "it" was a Galaxy Note mutant phone. He clenched the massive thing in his iron grip. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 16 days ago

Angry Consumer Complaints to the FTC About Binance

Gizmodo obtained the complaints about Binance through a FOIA request. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 17 days ago

"Star Trek: The Motion Picture" Gets a 4K Remaster for Paramount+

Robert Wise's "Director's Edition" of the first Star Trek film will be released for streaming on Paramount+. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 18 days ago

Astronomers Spot a Batch of Rogue Planets Near the Galactic Core

It's further evidence that planets without stars are surprisingly common in the Milky Way. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 20 days ago

In 2030, You won’t own any Gadgets

When you buy a device that requires proprietary software to run, the money you hand over is an entry fee, nothing more. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 20 days ago

A Large Ransomware Attack Has Ensnared 1000 of Companies

A supply chain attack on Kaseya, which offers remote services to IT providers, may have infected companies throughout the world. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 24 days ago

Secret Recordings Reveal How Exxon Lobbyists Manipulate Politicians and Public

A sting by Greenpeace UK exposes how the company talks a big climate game while ensuring nothing actually gets done. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 26 days ago

A Google Drive Update Might Break All Your Links

Get ready for an onslaught of permissions requests. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 27 days ago

Walmart Rolls Out a Cheaper Insulin

Prices for the drug have become untenable, now there's at least a slightly more affordable option. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 28 days ago

Sam Altman's 'Worldcoin' Wants to Give You Crypto in Exchange for Eyeball Scans

Its creators want a crypto-based UBI and plan to use an eyeball scanner to prevent fraud. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 28 days ago

It's Time to Treat Social Media Like the Climate Crisis, Researchers Argue

An assorted group specializing in climate, psychology, and ethics say that it's time to call social the threat that it is. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 29 days ago

Canada to Make Online Hate Speech a Crime Punishable by $16,000 Fine

The proposed law would likely run afoul of the First Amendment in the U.S., but despite popular misconceptions Canada is actually its own country. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Western Digital Confirms 'My Book Live' Drives Are Being Deleted Remotely

Unplug your drives from the internet right now to keep any data safe. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Could We Live Under the Sea?

We surveyed a number of experts on the question of whether underwater living might ever be possible. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

New Device Creates Water from Thin Air

Researchers say they have solved the tricky problem of making a totally passive, 24/7 water generating system. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

For Just $125,000, You Too Can Take a Balloon Ride to Space

Liftoffs won't begin until 2024, but the six-hour trip features a 360-view that's out of this world. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Weird Air-Filtering Face Mask Picked the Worst Possible Time

The AirPop Active+ Halo Smart Mask monitors air quality, but as mask requirements are lifted, no one needs to pay this much for cleaner air. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

What's the Most Significant Hack in History?

“No one knows exactly how much information was accessed, because the government has been kind of cagey about it.” | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Birds Use Quantum Mechanics to See Magnetic Fields

A protein in birds' eyes is sensitive to magnetic fields, which may help explain how they navigate across the planet. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Ground Temperatures Hit 118 Degrees in the Arctic Circle

The ongoing climate crisis is not going to spare Siberia. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

The FBI Is Trying to Break Encryption Without Breaking Encryption

An encrypted platform created by the FBI led to over 800 arrests in dozens of countries, but at what cost? | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Bot Clicking Ads on Climate Articles Shows the News Is Broken

Synthetic Messenger, a project from artists Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne, makes climate news stories more visible with clicks. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago

Great, Snakebots Can Now Burrow Underground So We'll Never See Them Coming

Inspired by plants and octopus, this snakebot is like the movie Tremors come to life. | Continue reading


@gizmodo.com | 1 month ago