It wasn't a surprise when the Perseverance rover on Mars lost contact with Earth for two weeks, but what was no doubt a long wait for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory is finally over.
Crime! Don't do it. Seriously, you'll get in trouble. If you're interested in it, live through other people who do crime fictionally or literally. On the fictional end, there are great TV shows with lady detectives, spooky serial killer beginnings, and dramatizations of sordid real-life events. For those whose interest in the macabre trends towards realism, there's true crime, which is spooky, horrifying, and captivating in a way that will lead you down a Wikipedia rabbit hole faster than you...
T-Mobile is going to let the ghost of Sprint, which the former company first moved to acquire in 2018, stick around for a few months longer.
Alleged blood scammer Elizabeth Holmes is on trial for numerous counts of wire fraud connected to the totally useless blood testing machinery she claimed to invent and market through her company Theranos. That's an objectively interesting sentence, but bearing witness to a court case that got its own HBO documentary apparently didn't hold the attention of one of its jurors. The unnamed juror was dismissed from their duty after being caught playing sudoku in their notebook during the trial.
It's happened to everyone. You're in a Google Meeting and someone either doesn't know their microphone is unmuted and they're making a ton of noise, or they're very aware that they're unmuted and they're still making a ton of noise.
Only Murders in the Building may be over for now, but that just means we have unlimited time to watch and rewatch the breakout Hulu series — and to listen to the criminally catchy score by composer Siddhartha Khosla (no relation).
Say what you will about the prequels, but Star Wars: The Phantom Menace did make one undeniably excellent addition to the canon of a galaxy far, far away: podracing.
I wasn't expecting much from the upcoming re-release of the series-altering Grand Theft Auto trilogy, where 3D worlds and design twists took over from GTA III on to GTA: Vice City and finally GTA: San Andreas. I definitely wasn't expecting this.
Paging Dr. Internet, we need a diagnosis. In this series, Mashable examines the online world's influence on our health and prescribes new ways forward.
Don’t trust anything on the internet — until Mashable tries it first. Welcome to the Hype Test, where we review viral trends and tell you what's really worth millions of likes.