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04/25/2019   CNET News
The credentials included passwords for Columbia's databases and email protocol servers. The flaw has been fixed.
04/25/2019   CNET News
Explaining a discrepancy between what was happening 13 billion years ago and now may require new physics.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
The most radical talk at TED 2019 wasn't about a miracle cure or a moonshot. It was about a balloon that popped.
04/25/2019   CNET News
Avengers: Endgame doesn't have a postcredits scene, but that doesn't mean we can't relive the ones that stand out in the other 21 MCU movies.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
Malek's next gig, the Avengers are coming for all the money, Captain America does VR, and more.
04/25/2019   CNET News
How low can it go? Originally $149, the screen-equipped smart assistant drops yet again.
04/25/2019   CNET News
Drop-in cylinder liners? Who needs 'em!
04/25/2019   CNET News
If you don't need the wireless charging case, you can pick up the second-generation AirPods for $140.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
Daimler says it will have 50 all-electric test trucks on roads by end of 2019.
04/25/2019   Wired Gear
iFixit tore down the ambitious device, revealing what might turn out to be systematic problems.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
iFixit tore down the ambitious device, revealing what might turn out to be systematic problems.
04/25/2019   CNET News
*X-Files theme song plays loudly.*
04/25/2019   CNET News
The Galaxy Fold is a phone that truly lives and dies by its screen.
04/25/2019   CNET News
He's in.
04/25/2019   CNET News
Spoiler free: The Russos' wholly satisfying superhero epic, a sequel to every MCU movie ever, doesn't waste a second.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
For years, Microsoft's baseline security policy has expired passwords after 60 days.
04/25/2019   CNET News
Samsung's first 5G phone goes on sale May 16.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
It's a lot of heroes to keep track of, y'know?
04/25/2019   CNET News
From the classic to the cutting edge, we've got you covered.
04/25/2019   CNET News
I think I see a sheep.
04/25/2019   CNET News
For now, the new tools are available only in India and the European Union.
04/25/2019   CNET News
RIP Khal Drogo.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
Since we had a few tonnes of liquid xenon sitting around anyway...
04/25/2019   CNET News
My marathon took place over 35 days and allowed me to really appreciate the MCU. Bring it on, Endgame!
04/25/2019   CNET News
It's not much, but it's still the lowest price anywhere right now.
04/25/2019   CNET News
A dead car is a drag, but these tips help you buy the best battery to get started again.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
Plus deals on new video games, iPads, portable batteries and chargers, and more.
04/25/2019   CNET News
JAXA says it's surprised by the size of the artificial crater its Hayabusa2 mission created on asteroid Ryugu.
04/25/2019   CNET News
We should have known Captain Marvel enjoys eco-friendly EVs.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
"Firing of eight SuperDracos resulted in an anomaly."
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
The UK appears ready to allow Huawei gear in "non-core" parts of its 5G network. Many European countries rely heavily on Chinese equipment.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
These plastics can easily be disassembled to chemical building blocks.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
An old software joke explains Elon Musk's implausible autonomy timeline.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
Due to the high demand for tech skills, H-1B visas have always been coveted and competitive. But denial rates have more than doubled since 2016.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
But the streaming gaming revolution "is not going to happen overnight."
04/25/2019   Wired Gear
Have a Nintendo Switch? You really should get some of these accoutrements. We list the best chargers, screen protectors, cases, stands, controllers, adapters, and more.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
It isn't bad, but it is altogether too reverent of the generic zombie apocalypse it creates.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
You know those ads hawking bogus brain pills? Security researchers just helped take out a bunch of the spammers behind them.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
Have a Nintendo Switch? You really should get some of these accoutrements. We list the best chargers, screen protectors, cases, stands, controllers, adapters, and more.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
By no means a stinker, but open-world biking adventure pales compared to other PS4 hits.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
Conspiracy theorists are obsessed with the wombs of celebrity women.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
Attempts to develop new antibiotics are failing because the projects aren't profitable. To make new drugs, it seems, pharma companies need more money.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
Simple as using an interferometer to measure length change in block of material.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
All our years spent with Earth's mightiest heroes meant something more than one movie could contain. Endgame tries to do it anyway.
04/25/2019   ArsTechnica News
The vaccine will be used in pilot programs in three countries, under careful watch.
04/25/2019   Wired Top Stories
In a small Minnesota town, an IT technician found his way to the darkest corner of the web. Then he made a deadly plan.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
After two quarters of profitability, the electric automaker reported a $702 million loss in the first quarter.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
In releasing its quarterly financial results Wednesday, Facebook said it expects to pay a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion to the FTC for violations related to user privacy.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
Despite some last-minute production woes, series is set to debut May 31, 2019.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
Many cars were in transit to Europe at quarter's end, dragging down revenues.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
The PC market declined, but the Windows market did not.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
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04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
The Vineyard Wind project will also commit $15 million to battery development.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
Users "are willing to pay a premium" for 500Mbps or 1Gbps, AT&T CEO says.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
Here are simple tips and even Chrome extensions to spare yourself some heartbreak.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
After bot shutdown, Trump and Dorsey discuss "health of public conversation on Twitter."
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
"We have identified what may be a principal cause of arguments in ball games."
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
Freedom of Information Act seems to be latest weapon to fight climate misinformation.
04/24/2019   ArsTechnica News
New motor design helps Model S to drive 370 miles on a charge.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
A new brain-computer interface takes the snap, crackle, pop from inside your motor cortex and translates it into digitally synthesized speech.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
Ahead of what's expected to be a disappointing earnings report, Tesla CEO Elon Musk predicts 1 million "robotaxis" on the road by next year.
04/24/2019   Wired Top Stories
Brave says it can show users ads while protecting their privacy; eventually, it hopes to also pay publishers.
04/24/2019   Wired Gear
Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy break down the techniques behind the internet’s most popular clips.
04/24/2019   Wired Gear
This portable pizza oven packs a punch, but it's overkill for amateurs.
04/24/2019   Wired Gear
WIRED's favorite portable Bluetooth speakers of all shapes and sizes, from clip-ons to a massive boombox.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
The smartphone giant has delayed the release of the Samsung Galaxy Fold after early review units of the folding smartphone began malfunctioning.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
You want shoes, eh? How about shoes made from recycled plastic? These ordinary products are upcycled from a variety of eco-friendly recycled materials.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
Where the new wireless VR headsets really shine is their ability to help us connect more freely with other people.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
A nearly endless array of game options helped the cartridge-fed console dominate the living room for years.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
The AI engine that powers this stunning TV can transform any HD or 4K content into impossibly detailed 8K nirvana.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
Clip you phone into one of these controllers to play _Fortnite_ and more—with no latency and plenty of joysticking.
04/22/2019   Wired Gear
From a mouse that continuously charges to a luxuriously cushy headset, this desktop gaming equipment will help you unleash your full potential.
04/20/2019   Wired Gear
To escape from under that cumulus cloud of candy-colored chocolate, browse the best Easter tech deals on the Echo Dot, iPad, Garmin Fenix, and more.
04/19/2019   Wired Gear
We talk with right-to-repair advocate Nathan Proctor. Also: Samsung’s Galaxy Fold woes, and a preview of the next Sony PlayStation.
04/19/2019   Wired Gear
We review the Motorola Moto G7, Moto G7 Power, and Moto G7 Play, three good reasons to consider a cheaper phone this year.
04/18/2019   Wired Gear
The humble compact disc takes a starring role in the rollout of the Mueller report. Which makes more sense than you might think.
04/18/2019   Wired Gear
We visit with Michael Schiess, the executive director of the Pacific Pinball Museum who keeps old pinball machines in playable condition.
04/18/2019   Wired Gear
The brand known for its fashionable apparel has launched a sneaker made of recycled and sustainably sourced materials.
04/18/2019   Wired Gear
Our review of Marmot's new EvoDry jacket with Aquavent tech—a high-performance rain jacket manufactured without dumping carcinogens in groundwater.
04/17/2019   Wired Gear
The 62-year-old typeface that's used everywhere from subway signs to corporate branding has been updated for the 21st century.
04/07/2019   Yahoo! News - Technology

7 tax scams to watch out for this yearIn case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.