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Jason Abbruzzese

Jason Abbruzzese is the senior editor for technology, science and climate for NBC News Digital.

Jason Abbruzzese is the senior editor for technology, science and climate for NBC News Digital.

Latest from Jason Abbruzzese

Obama on UFO videos: 'We don't know exactly what they are'

Former President Barack Obama on Monday offered a blunt assessment of the videos of unidentified aerial phenomenon.
30d ago

Long live the bundle: How AT&T's big deal harkens a return to TV's old days

What streaming service is that show on? It's a question that has begun to dog consumers in the modern streaming age.
31d ago

Discovery and WarnerMedia merge, creating one of the largest U.S. media companies

AT&T announced on Monday that WarnerMedia and Discovery are <a href="https://about.att.com/story/2021/warnermedia_discovery.html" target="_blank"> merging</a>
35d ago

Elon Musk backtracks, says Tesla won't accept bitcoin

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday that the car company would no longer accept bitcoin to purchase its vehicles.
49d ago

How to take advantage of Apple's new iPhone privacy features

Apple iOS 14.5 update: What to know about new privacy features that are coming to your smartphone.

What's an NFT? Behind the boom for digital collectibles

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are suddenly everywhere in digital media.
98d ago

'It felt like the world was falling apart': An oral history of the day that changed America

In the days and weeks leading up to March 11, 2020, Americans could be excused for underestimating the <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/health/coronavirus"
126d ago

Can one homemade website save wasted vaccinations? These guys want to try

Jimmy Chion's homemade website offers a simple solution to the problem of wasted Covid-19 vaccinations: a one-stop destination to pair people anywhere in the U.S.
140d ago

Robinhood and Reddit: A timeline of two apps tormenting Wall Street

Founded within 15 months of each other, Robinhood and r/wallstreetbets each grew slowly at first and then in a sudden rush in recent months.

GameStop? Reddit? Explaining what's happening in the stock market

Here's a guide to understanding what's going on with GameStop and what the frenzy means for the stock market.
141d ago

Twitter troll arrested, accused of election interference related to disinformation campaign

The charges are potentially a tectonic shift in how the federal government tries to enforce laws against election interference.