How to Find the Hidden Files on Your Phone or Computer

How to Find the Hidden Files on Your Phone or Computer

Screenshot: David Nield via MicrosoftYou can view hidden files on Windows by opening up a File Explorer window, switching to the View tab on the ribbon bar, and checking the Hidden items box.

Everything Samsung Announced at Its 2021 'Unpacked' Event

Everything Samsung Announced at Its 2021 'Unpacked' Event

All of Samsung's camera features have improved in some meaningful way: portrait mode now does a better job separating the subject from the background; there's a new Director's View that now lets you switch lenses mid-recording and even lets you film with the front and rear cameras simultaneously; and Super Steady mode offers improved stabilization.

How to Make the Most of a Virtual Therapy Session

How to Make the Most of a Virtual Therapy Session

Akudo Ejelonu, a Philadelphia-based global health researcher who has been in virtual therapy for several months now, says, “It’s OK to interview your therapist in order to see if you feel good about working with them.” The more comfortable you feel with your therapist, the greater your capacity to get the most out of your session.

Google Calls Out Safari for Privacy Flaws

Google Calls Out Safari for Privacy Flaws

A Disturbing Look at a Massive Facial Recognition DatabaseThere are really two stories worth reading about Clearview AI, a company that claims to have scraped 3 billion images from the internet—including social media sites—to power an unprecedented facial recognition database.

The True Victims of the Opioid Crisis Are Starting to Rebel

The True Victims of the Opioid Crisis Are Starting to Rebel

Then this spring, the Health Evidence Review Commission, which guides reimbursement decisions, considered new limits: Patients with certain chronic pain conditions would gain coverage for alternative treatments under Medicaid but would have to taper off opioids, even if they have been stable on their doses for many years.