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  1. 1.
    He Thought He Could Outfox the Gig Economy — Tech in Two
  2. 2.
    The Tokyo Olympics will allow fans, the US sends vaccines to Taiwan, and cases rise in Indonesia — Tech in Two
  3. 3.
    The Cl0p bust shows exactly why ransomware isn't going away — Tech in Two
  4. 4.
    The lithium mine versus the wildflower — Tech in Two
  5. 5.
    US deaths top 600,000, the immunosuppressed navigate vaccine challenges, and the EU prepares to allow American travelers — Tech in Two
  6. 6.
    Apple Says It's Time to Digitize Your ID, Ready or Not — Tech in Two
  7. 7.
    Novavax says its vaccine is safe and effective, England puts off fully reopening, and a federal judge weighs in on workplace vaccine mandates — Tech in Two
  8. 8.
    The FDA tells J&J to toss 60 million doses, Moderna requests authorization for younger teens, and two passengers aboard a cruise test positive for Covid-19 — Tech in Two
  1. 9.
    How 'Roblox' became a playground for virtual fascists — Tech in Two
  2. 10.
    Mastercard Foundation steps in to aid African vaccine distribution, US traffic patterns shift post-lockdown, and the Delta variant gains traction in the US — Tech in Two
  3. 11.
    What really happened when Google ousted Timnit Gebru — Tech in Two
  4. 12.
    India’s government steps up vaccination efforts, Covid brings automation to the workplace, and vaccination rates fall in the US — Tech in Two
  5. 13.
    New incentives boost vaccinations, the US starts sending out surplus doses, and the EU begins using Covid travel certificates — Tech in Two
  6. 14.
    They rage-quit the school system and they're not going back — Tech in Two
  7. 15.
    The UK plans a pandemic radar system, the US says it will send shots to Latin America, and the Covid lab leak theory weaponizes uncertainty — Tech in Two
  8. 16.
    Inside Silicon Valley's mayo marketing madness — Tech in Two
  9. 17.
    Sleep evolved before brains. Hydras are living proof — Tech in Two
  10. 18.
    The US hits a new vaccination milestone, Pfizer-BioNTech offers shots to India, and Japan extends its state of emergency — Tech in Two
  11. 19.
    One Man’s Amazing Journey to the Center of the Bowling Ball — Tech in Two
  12. 20.
    Pressure mounts for vaccine passports, Moderna says its vaccine is effective in young teens, and a CDC report finds breakthrough infections are rare — Tech in Two
  13. 21.
    The uncertain future of Revel's zippy mopeds — Tech in Two
  14. 22.
    Large therapeutics trials resume, Pfizer launches a new booster study, and NYC eliminates remote learning for next school year — Tech in Two
  15. 23.
    Drugmakers strike new vaccine deals, the EU expands travel policies, and Japan fights a new surge — Tech in Two
  16. 24.
    The full story of the stunning RSA hack can finally be told — Tech in Two
  17. 25.
    India’s death toll breaks global records, the EU approves some travelers, and cases rise in parts of Asia — Tech in Two
  18. 26.
    The Arecibo Observatory was like family. I couldn't save it — Tech in Two
  19. 27.
    India’s surge impacts Covax distribution, US manufacturers adapt to increasing imports, and Japan expands its state of emergency — Tech in Two
  20. 28.
    The CDC issues new guidance for people who are vaccinated, young teens start getting shots, and the pandemic rages in South Asia — Tech In Two
  21. 29.
    The teeny, tiny scientific screwup that helped Covid kill — Tech in Two
  22. 30.
    A CDC panel meets to approve vaccinating young teens, the WHO reclassifies a variant spreading in India, and ride-share apps will help Americans get vaccinated — Tech in Two

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