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First it was lithium, now it's cobalt. Factories are churning out as many batteries as possible, and it's creating a bottleneck.
The HBO drama has the kind of fleshed-out characters every show should strive for.
An MGM Resorts breach, natural gas ransomware, and more of the week's top security news.
A ‘solar sharing’ pilot project in Colorado is testing whether farmers can profit from growing vegetables and harvesting green energy on the same plot.
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Need new gear? There are a lot of great sales going on, from discounts on the OnePlus 7T to Lenovo laptops.
The new aircraft, which ditches the noisy tail rotor for four fans, may also be a step toward electric-powered flight.
The point of Kremlin interference has always been to find democracy’s loose seams, and pull.
Both companies cite the health of their employees as the main concern.
An appeals court ordered the FCC to seek comments on whether its new regime hurts public safety or low-income consumers.
A new pack from HoverGlide looks like magic. But there's a perfectly good physics explanation.
Acting director of national intelligence Richard Grenell is just the latest in a cascade of temporary or vacant personnel in critical government positions.
Plus: Remembering Larry Tesler, the qualities of a successful founder, and the business of houseplant styling.
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With the help of a new kind of drone, marine biologists can sequence DNA found in the ocean to reveal what's living in an ecosystem—and what's missing.
Textio CEO Kieran Snyder talks to WIRED about training computers to make human language more inclusive.
Using clever chemical wizardry, researchers have made human organs see-through. The dazzling 3D maps could one day lead to organs made in the lab.
Twenty-three years after he lost to Deep Blue, Kasparov says people need to work with machines. You have to “nudge the flock of intelligent algorithms.”
Fast fashion sellers are using social media stars' images without permission—and there's not much they can do about it.