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The Download: Abortion clinic surveillance, and China’s economic slowdown

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they’ll need for prosecutions post-Roe The Supreme Court is shortly expected to issue its decision on a challenge to Roe v. Wade that will—if a leaked draft […]

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A new storage technique could vastly expand the number of livers available for transplant

A patient who received a donated liver that had been stored for three days in a new type of machine that mimics the human body is healthy one year on from surgery, according to a study in Nature Biotechnology. The technology could significantly increase the number of livers suitable for transplant, the authors claim, both […]

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Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they’ll need for prosecutions post-Roe

The Supreme Court is shortly expected to issue its decision on a challenge to Roe v. Wade that will—if a leaked draft version of the opinion holds—end federal protection for abortion access across the US. If that happens, it will have far-reaching consequences for millions of people. One of those is that it could significantly […]

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Apple Filing RealityOS Trademark Worldwide on June 8: Legal Requirement or a WWDC Hint?

Recently, former technology journalist Parker Ortolani discovered that Apple plans to trademark the term “RealityOS” worldwide on June 8, when WWDC would be in progress. The discovery has sparked speculation that Apple could finally announce its long-rumored AR/VR headset at the event. Meanwhile, others believe the trademark timing could be a legal requirement and not […]

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The Download: Open source censorship in China, and US kids are more anxious than ever

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How censoring China’s open-source coders might backfire Earlier this month, thousands of software developers in China woke up to find that their open-source code hosted on Gitee, a state-backed Chinese competitor to the […]