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  1. PhotoAmazon’s headquarters in Seattle. CreditGrant Hindsley for The New York Times

    The decision could be a win for Amazon, which said it was passed over for the $10 billion Pentagon contract because of his animosity toward its founder, Jeff Bezos.

    By Kate Conger

  2. PhotoThe author’s dog, Max, wearing an Apple AirTag. CreditJim Wilson/The New York Times

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    Don’t let its familiar look fool you. Apple’s new tracking accessory is a precursor to better wireless gadgets to come.

    By Brian X. Chen

  3. PhotoA rally in Washington in December to protest the results of the election, with QAnon and Trump flags. CreditJonathan Ernst/Reuters

    QAnon adherents and other far-right influencers are making thousands of dollars broadcasting election and vaccine conspiracy theories on the streaming site.

    By Kellen Browning

  4. Photo CreditMaría Medem

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    Tech giants have so much power. They could do more to help Indians facing such a devastating crisis.

    By Shira Ovide

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  1. Photo CreditGlenn Harvey

    With Apple’s latest mobile software update, we can decide whether apps monitor and share our activities with others. Here’s what to know.

    By Brian X. Chen

  2. Photo CreditGlenn Harvey

    Even as vaccines make it safer to travel, planning a trip is becoming increasingly complicated.

    By Brian X. Chen

  3. PhotoApps like GarageBand for iOS, top, or Dolby On turn your smartphone into a mobile recording studio. CreditFrom top: Apple; Dolby Laboratories

    A virtual assistant is just one tool that lets you use your voice to share your thoughts, capture a moment or just get things done.

    By J. D. Biersdorfer

  4. Photo CreditHeidi Younger

    It took luxury brands years to get used to the internet — but just months to start talking on the audio chat site. Are they a fit?

    By Robin Swithinbank

  5. PhotoCristin Milioti plays a wife on the run from her possessive husband in “Made for Love,” a cautionary tech tale. CreditJohn P. Johnson/HBO Max

    In this techno-satire, a woman tagged with a chip by her mogul husband tries to break the (block)chains of love.

    By James Poniewozik

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