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06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
"You have placed my interview among those of people who are charlatans and thieves."
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
The feature is included in the latest beta release of iOS 13.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Hundreds die in non-Tesla drowsy-driving crashes every year.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Samsung Support USA deleted its own virus-scanning recommendation.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Netflix researchers discovered 4 flaws that could wreak havoc in data centers.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Sharing the video is illegal in NZ and "encourages mass murder," judge says.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Plus last call on Nintendo's E3 sale, a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop deal, and more.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
More companies sign bilateral agreements, but there's an even better solution out there.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Google's RCS service will launch in the UK and France later this month.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Because it's not a talk about the future if we don't mention Skynet at least once.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Come listen to a TED talk and then discuss the darker side of synthetic biology.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Facebook plans to bring payments to Whatsapp and Messenger in 2020.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Information about satellite health will now be "For Official Use Only."
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
IoT has arrived on the factory floor with the force of Kool-Aid Man exploding through walls.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
Free service prevents BGP hijackers from fraudulently obtaining browser-trusted certs.
06/18/2019   ArsTechnica News
And we seem to still be favoring wide-eyed dogs.
06/17/2019   ArsTechnica News
"It's just something we do when someone joins the family."
06/17/2019   ArsTechnica News
AMD's Travis Kirsch says there's no reason to buy an Intel CPU anymore.
06/17/2019   ArsTechnica News
In the meantime, IEA says value of subsidies for fossil fuels has increased.
06/17/2019   ArsTechnica News
1,800 new job cuts in addition to 23,000 AT&T jobs cut since December 2017.
06/05/2019   Wired Gear
If you're tired of Apple's Mac desktops or MacBook laptops, consider these Windows and Linux-powered options.
06/05/2019   Wired Top Stories
If you're tired of Apple's Mac desktops or MacBook laptops, consider these Windows and Linux-powered options.
06/05/2019   Wired Top Stories
Everything you need to know about SETI, the Drake equation, ’Oumuamua, and hot tubs.
06/05/2019   Wired Top Stories
The new rubber has specially designed threads to hush the pesky "pattern noise" that's especially noticeable in cars without loud engines.
06/05/2019   CNET News
Sophie Turner fans might say she's the "tea." But does her Jean Grey film hit the spot?
06/05/2019   CNET News
Spoiler-free: After a shaky opening, Sophie Turner's Jean Grey brings us on a wild ride to complete an era of mutant adventures.
06/05/2019   CNET News
Of all the ways of driving fast out there, rallying is among the most addictive -- and the most challenging to learn. Thankfully, there’s a school for that. Join us for three days at Dirtfish.
06/05/2019   CNET News
Sideways is the only way to be, and there are few better places to learn the art of driving fast in the loose stuff than at the Dirtfish Rally School.
06/05/2019   CNET News
The tech-focused anthology series, like its subject, keeps getting better.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Sony promises its upcoming console, often referred to by fans as the PS5, will share saved games, have backward compatibility and more.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Piscopia, a scholar, prodigy and trail blazer, would have been 373 years old today.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Explaining the positive void coefficient and how it contributed to the reactor explosion on April 26, 1986.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Rocket Raccoon may not have liked Iron Man's insult, but the toy store is loving it.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Data exposed could include names, credit card information and medical providers, among other things.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Who's your daddy in this creepy horror remake? Hint: Not Darth Vader.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Employees at the electric-car maker can't use their company email to validate Blind accounts, the anonymous chat app says.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Elon Musk's plan to bring broadband to rural parts of the globe could come with unintended side effects, the scientists say.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Electronics giant says the service is designed for its new Galaxy S10 5G smartphone.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Apple's CEO also says he's kept a close relationship with the White House.
06/04/2019   CNET News
The folks behind the raging bull may have finally lost their minds this time, and we're so pleased.
06/04/2019   CNET News
ARKit 3 pushes some serious processing, and needs an A12 processor for its best tricks.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Calling the manipulated Pelosi video a "cheap fake," House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff has reportedly said Congress will investigate deepfakes ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
06/04/2019   CNET News
Raptors, a Troodon, a T-Rex and more will be running through arenas.
06/04/2019   CNET News
See if your iPhone or iPad can receive the latest iOS 13 and iPadOS updates.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Many corporations see climate change posing a significant threat to their business within the decade, according to a new report.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Hey, things could be worse.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Apple announced new health and fitness features for its wearable that make the Apple Watch uniquely powerful as a personal monitoring tool.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
The SEC filed a complaint against social media company Kik, claiming that it improperly marketed its 2017 initial coin offering as an investment vehicle.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
From Megan Thee Stallion to Tyler, the Creator, these seven songs should be on everyone's playlists this season.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Apple's new single-sign-on scheme has benefits that its competitors seem unlikely to match.
06/04/2019   Wired Gear
It almost certainly doesn’t involve Amazon employees selecting products they think are the best.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
It almost certainly doesn’t involve Amazon employees selecting products they think are the best.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
The faster-than-light travel in *Star Wars* involves some otherworldly acceleration. Here's how to calculate the g-forces of a hyperspace jump.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
In science fiction, time passes in funny ways—vastly slowed down, insanely sped up. Maybe this trope is the secret to eternal life in the real world.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
You don't have a lot of financial metrics to go on, but yes, the team is very, very important. Also, look for good ideas that look like bad ideas.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
In Fall; or, Dodge in Hell: A Novel, the sci-fi author tracks our inevitable descent into AR-enabled filter bubbles—only to leave it all behind.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
New York is poised to become the next battleground in the fight for consumers' rights over their personal data.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
From the delicate engineering of the landing module to the self-contained globe of the spacesuit, the astronauts took the world with them—and brought another one home.
06/04/2019   Wired Top Stories
Before a Hot Wheels car hits a store shelf, it must pass the "launcher on speed 2" test, and the "side slam launcher" test, among others.
06/03/2019   Wired Top Stories
Jamal Khashoggi, the murdered columnist for *The Washington Post*, remains atop the list, as does independent Tanzanian journalist Azory Gwanda.
06/03/2019   Wired Top Stories
What, if anything, does Holzhauer's long reign means for the game show’s future?
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
The company's newest machine emphasizes brawn, for the few who can afford it.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
Today from Apple: iOS goes dark, Mac Pro goes to 11, and iTunes goes bye-bye.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
Yes, iTunes was bloated and terrible. But it still deserves a proper sendoff.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
This cute little alarm clock has Google Assistant inside.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
Apple's developer conference kicks off June 3 at 10 am Pacific. Follow along with us for analysis and commentary from WIRED's editors.
06/03/2019   Wired Gear
You can stream Monday's WWDC keynote on your iOS device, on your computer, or—the best way—on your Apple TV.
06/02/2019   Wired Gear
This countertop grill impressively slow-cooks and sears meat and vegetables, but the design feels underdone.
06/02/2019   Wired Gear
It's never been harder to buy the right Apple laptop. Should you get a MacBook Pro? A MacBook Air? What about the Touch Bar? Let us help you with our MacBook buying guide.
06/01/2019   Wired Gear
Listen to an interview with our guest Mark Price about how to make a surfboard without ruining the ocean.
06/01/2019   Wired Gear
We picked our favorite tech deals this weekend, and a new Android phone preorder you should consider.
05/31/2019   Wired Gear
Plus: Boosted's new e-scooter, the Beats Powerbeats Pro, and New Balance's redesigned sneakers.
05/31/2019   Wired Gear
Who needs Spotify playlists? These apps create truly endless tunes to match whatever mood you desire.
05/31/2019   Wired Gear
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday, June 3. Here's what we're expecting the company to show off.
05/30/2019   Wired Gear
DJI's new action camera takes on GoPro Hero7 and succeeds, thanks to its dual screens and easy operation.
05/29/2019   Wired Gear
The $90 smart device launches alongside a new set of tools for managing—and deleting—all the data Alexa collects.
05/29/2019   Wired Gear
Push Tern's new folding bike through subway stations without a qualm.
05/28/2019   Wired Gear
The latest version of Ring’s camera aims to replace your home security system—no wires or drilling necessary.