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How to Export Your Passwords From LastPass

LastPass has a free tier, and that has helped make it one of the more popular password managers around. But that free tier is...

Smartphone Camera Tricks That Will Make Your Life Easier

Your phone's camera is more than just a lens for capturing memories. You probably know that already—it can deposit checks, import business cards, and...

Netflix’s Password-Sharing Crackdown Has a Silver Lining

Look, let’s be honest. Sharing passwords is as endemic to the Netflix experience as having your favorite show canceled two seasons in. So...

The Pandemic Turns One, Vaccine Trials Adapt, and More News

The pandemic has raged for a year, vaccine trials contend with approved shots, and Biden signs a $1.9 trillion relief bill. Here’s what you...

A Bird-Feed Seller Beat a Chess Master. Then It Got Ugly

On March 2, Levy Rozman, in a pink sweater and round glasses, was streaming his Chess.com matches to 12,000 viewers over Twitch. “All right,...

Social Media Reminds Us of the Year That Wasn’t

The Monitor is a weekly column devoted to everything happening in the WIRED world of culture, from movies to memes, TV to Twitter.Ever...

What If the Afterlife Had In-App Purchases?

Skip Article Header. Skip to: Start of Article. In the Amazon original series Upload, a young programmer named Nathan Brown uploads his mind to virtual...

With Spectre Still Lurking, Google Looks to Protect the Web

It's been more than three years since researchers disclosed a pair of security vulnerabilities, known as Spectre and Meltdown, that revealed fundamental flaws...

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