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Even the Central Intelligence Agency has a so-called onion service now.
Using a jet's ejection seat to escape in an emergency means weathering some "hurt" level acceleration, as this video shows.
Opinion: Julian Assange is being prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a minimally defined statute that can have maximally destructive consequences.
Videogames show us how digital media in general, from YouTube to Twitter, lend themselves easily to the selfsame aesthetics of flow.
Takes the excellent sound M&D is known for and adds active noise-canceling.
Facebook and other big tech platforms seem ready to do the Trump administration’s bidding when it comes to how foreign governments use social media.
Esther Wojcicki (mom of Susan, Janet, and Anne) on how to foster creativity in kids.
Google's developer conference kicks off on May 7 at 10 am Pacific. Follow along with us for analysis and commentary from WIRED's editors.
How a "secret" hackable bug found by the NSA was used over by Chinese, North Korean, and Russian hackers to wreak havoc.
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The President says social media bans violate Americans' rights to free speech. In court, his own lawyers have argued the opposite.
On Sunday, Israeli forces bombed a building that allegedly housed an active Hamas hacking group—a potential first for cyberwar.
Recent comments from the author caused some sci-fi fans to bristle. He says he was misunderstood.
The show's story right now is one of regression, of spectacle over humanity—and it's infuriating.
Also, 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' has a new trailer. Watch it here.
One quadruple latte for Tormund in a horn to go, please.
The company’s CEO will lay out his vision for openness at Microsoft’s annual developer conference.
But whether that's a health risk remains unclear, according to a new FDA-backed study.
J.J. Abrams and his team met with Lucas while working on the film.
Drone ships, deep-sea robots, and better sonar are finding unknown seafloor habitats as well as volcanoes, faults, and tsunami-triggering slopes.