The Wall Street Journal
If you’ve been following technical news this week, you’ve probably read some of it WSJ’s already report. However, the whole series of articles is worth a look as it shows how much Facebook knows about unequal policy enforcement, how toxic Instagram can be to teenage girls, the power of its algorithm, illegal activities and, perhaps most astonishingly, how activists drowned. Mark Zuckerberg’s own pursuit of vaccines against COVID-19.
Mark Wilson, Fast company
Concussion will never be prevented by wearing only a helmet for contact sports, so doctors and researchers should investigate other methods to reduce the lasting effect. With the Q-Collar, a $ 200 strap worn around the back of the neck, Q30 hopes to reduce brain trauma in athletes by slowing blood flow to the internal jugular vein.
Justin Charity, The Ringer
We’ve come a long way since the Rumble Pack for Nintendo 64. The Ringer examine the role of haptic feedback in game through the lens of Sony’s DualSense for PS5, and think about what the future of games may hold.
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