FEMA Leaked Data From 2.3 Million Disaster Survivors The Homeland Security Department inspector general released a damning report about FEMA's inability to safeguard the personal info of the people it helped. wired.com/story/fema-leaked-th /CyberattacksandHacks

The Mueller Report Is Here, Apple's Big Event, And More News Catch up on the most important news today in two minutes or less. wired.com/story/mueller-report

The Mueller Report Is Done. Now Comes the Hard Part Special counsel Robert Mueller finished his investigation into the 2016 presidential election Friday. wired.com/story/mueller-report /SecurityNews

SEO: Gadget Lab Podcast: Google Takes on Microsoft, Amazon in Gaming Google’s just-announced cloud gaming service, Stadia, holds the promise of seamless, multi-device gaming. Is it too good to be true? wired.com/story/gadget-lab-pod

You Can Play With Escape Velocity—Without Leaving the Planet Gravity is a real pain for aspiring space travelers. These equations explain how to defy it. wired.com/story/you-can-play-w /PhysicsandMath

'Return of the Obra Dinn' Is the Best Indie Game Around The title won big at this week's Independent Gaming Festival. wired.com/story/return-of-the-

Review: 'Us' Is About Ascending From Your Own Personal Hell The wonder of Jordan Peele's latest movie lives in its layers. wired.com/story/jordan-peele-u

Utah Just Became a Leader in Digital Privacy Opinion: Utah legislators recently voted to pass landmark legislation in support of a new privacy law. Statehouses across the country should take notes. wired.com/story/utah-digital-p

Those Midwestern Floods Are Expected to Get Much, Much Worse The intense snow and rainfall and of the last several weeks have saturated the ground and rivers, leaving little room for yet more upcoming rain. wired.com/story/those-midweste /Environment

The Very Mathematical History of a Perfect Color Combination Solarized creator Ethan Schoonover sought colors that would look good together, have the same apparent brightness, and work on light and dark backgrounds. wired.com/story/very-mathemati

Costa Rica's Zero-Carbon Plan Could Be a Model for the World President Carlos Alvarado Quesada explains Costa Rica's plan to ditch fossil fuels and how it could inspire others to do the same. wired.com/story/costa-rica-zer /Environment

What to Expect From Monday's Big Apple Event It's all about the services. wired.com/story/what-to-expect

The Top 3 Video Doorbells for Capturing Who’s There The latest models don't just connect your door to you phone. Control these with your voice, and let them govern the gadgets in your smart home. wired.com/story/top-3-video-do -27.04

Having Sleep Troubles? There's a Gadget for That From smart mattresses to aural headbands, devices claiming to deliver a more satisfying slumber keep materializing. Do we really need so much help? wired.com/story/having-sleep-t -27.04

Withings Move ECG Watch Is Good for Your Ticker It may look like a stylish, minimalist timepiece but it tracks you steps and can detect if your heart skips a beat. wired.com/story/withings-move- -27.04

Smart Devices for Teaching an Old House New Tricks Add convenience and energy-saving perspective to your home with these intelligent gadgets. wired.com/story/smart-devices- -27.04

Your Facebook Password Isn’t Safe. Neither Is Your Android Phone Catch up on the most important tech news today in two minutes or less. wired.com/story/facebook-passw

Tesla Sues Zoox Over Manufacturing and Logistics Secrets The electric car company says four former employees took proprietary information to their new jobs at Zoox. Oh, and Tesla sued an employee of another rival, too. wired.com/story/tesla-sues-zoo -DrivingCars

TypeScript’s Quiet, Steady Rise Among Programming Languages TypeScript, Microsoft's JavaScript Alternative, Continues to Rise in Popularity wired.com/story/typescript-mic

Finally! A DNA Computer That Can Actually Be Reprogrammed DNA computers have to date only been able to run one algorithm, but a new design shows how these machines can be made more flexible—and useful. wired.com/story/finally-a-dna- /Biotech

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