The iPhone 12 Ships Without a Charger. Will It Curb E-Waste?

The iPhone 12 Ships Without a Charger. Will It Curb E-Waste?

That number will continue to spike up to 74 million metric tons by 2030, almost double the amount recorded in 2014.E-waste, which includes batteries, appliances, phones, screens, and cables, might seem like junk at the end of its lifecycle to the people tossing it out, but those items contain traces of valuable components like iron, copper, and gold.

Apple Sets Climate Goals for 2030, Joining Amazon and Microsoft

Apple Sets Climate Goals for 2030, Joining Amazon and Microsoft

The public commitments made by Apple and other companies sometimes read like a jumble of climate-related buzzwords, difficult to decipher without knowing exactly how these companies plan to neutralize or reduce the usage of dirty energy in their manufacturing or shipping processes.

The Tech Helping Dogs Learn to 'Talk' With Humans

The Tech Helping Dogs Learn to 'Talk' With Humans

But then the dog reaches around and his mouth tugs something on the yellow vest he’s wearing, and you hear it again.“My owner needs your attention!

Netflix's Anything-Goes Philosophy Gets to Parody Rap

Netflix's Anything-Goes Philosophy Gets to Parody Rap

Netflix's Anything-Goes Philosophy Gets to Parody Rap. The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience , a surprise visual album from Lonely Island, dives expertly into sports and rap nostalgia—and tightens Netflix's grip on comedy gambles.

Leaving Neverland Forces Us to Confront Our Feral Fandom

Leaving Neverland Forces Us to Confront Our Feral Fandom

Robson and Safechuck are the focus of the two-part, four-hour HBO documentary Leaving Neverland , in which they allege Jackson sexually abused them for the better part of a decade.

Marvel Finally Released the Trailer Captain Marvel Needed

Marvel Finally Released the Trailer Captain Marvel Needed

The trailer looked—well, let's go with "good," but it didn't necessarily look "fun" or "exciting." This happens often with Marvel films.

How a Dig at Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in 'Mortal Engines'

How a Dig at Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in 'Mortal Engines'

How Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in Peter Jackson's New Movie“We thought it was worth making a little comment,” says Jackson, who produced and co-wrote the screenplay for the forthcoming Mortal Engines.UniversalEarly on in Mortal Engines, the forthcoming movie based on Philip Reeve's book, a small Bavarian population gets consumed by the moving metropolis of "London." (The movie, like the book, is set in a future where roving "predator cities" ingest smaller towns for their resources.) As its citizens are forced to resettle in their new home, voices on loudspeakers tell them where to go and what to do.