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It will be hard pointing to a specific line the Kremlin crossed that the US hasn't crossed as well.
The Nobel Prize-winning novelist Kazuo Ishiguro talks to WIRED about AI, Crispr, and his hopes for humanity.
The 2018 report in Nature claimed to have found evidence of an elusive subatomic particle. A review found that the group had omitted key data.
Showing off their best impressions of Deadpool, the animals survived for weeks without organs, only to regrow everything and go about their business.
The WIRED crew will be playing a little Sea of Thieves too, matey.
It involves calculating some very, very tiny numbers in order to find some super huge big ones.
The next entrepreneurial revolution will arise to combat the crisis of our lifetime.
Federal law allowed Both the Trump and Biden campaigns to hide where their ad spending went. Either Congress or the FEC needs to close the loophole.
The fundamentals haven't changed much. But the rules have evolved over the centuries—from timer usage to the ways that pieces are moved.
In the latest Assassin's Creed installment, I'm playing a Viking during the Dark Ages. Why am I bored?
Facebook, Amazon, and Google ads are blanketing inside-the-Beltway newsletters in a bid to rehab their tarnished reputations.
Companies pledged money and support for people of color. But some say they still face a hostile work environment for speaking out or simply doing their jobs.
A trove of historic records show that dredging and sea level rise are making nuisance high tides worse along the US coasts.
What started as a few vulnerabilities in firewall equipment has snowballed into a global extortion spree.
Amazon's internet-connected scale automatically re-purchases whatever you stack on it when supplies get low. This is both neat and problematic.
These are our favorite portable speakers of all shapes and sizes, from clip-ons to a massive boom box.
A study found no significant difference in the well-being of participants who thought they were taking mini hits of psychedelics and those who actually were.
A new thought experiment indicates that quantum mechanics doesn’t work without strange numbers that turn negative when squared.
This is a good mid-tier model, but it's still more expensive than the competition.
Unlike Google, Brave Search won’t track or profile people who use it.