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We tested and rounded up the best security cameras. All offer helpful notifications and decent video quality, but be mindful to take precautions against unwanted hackers.
What if you need to mobilize first responders while keeping them socially distanced—and also potentially evacuate whole communities to safety?
Lots of other countries have decided that it's time to take this step. Why is the US holding back?
Workplaces are deploying technology to screen employees who may be sick. But past experience suggests the sensors won't find many infectious people.
In a lab test, two monkeys died from the novel coronavirus. A species that reacts to the virus as humans do may help us find new treatments, but it's a weighty task.
Graduation ceremonies have been waylaid by pandemic. So some gaming-savvy seniors are taking their send-off to the servers.
Travel restrictions are blocking some marine workers from reaching their assigned ships. That's forcing others on extended tours.
The so-called Thunderspy attack takes less than five minutes to pull off with physical access to a device, and affects any PC manufactured before 2019.
The complex math that governs quark particles is still a mystery—even though a $1 million prize awaits anyone who can figure it out.
It’s time to reconsider these earnest events—and find ways for kids to experience the joyous, collaborative nature of real scientific discovery.
Under the pandemic, the message is clear: school's out for the summer, and maybe even beyond that.
The pair named their newborn child X Æ A-12. People are still scratching their heads over how it's pronounced.
The Covid-19 pandemic will delay the arrival of flying cars, and Google sibling Sidewalk Labs abandons plans to remake part of Toronto's waterfront.
To combat increasing ransomware attacks on U.S. cities, the National Guard needs help from Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Whether you're looking to boost your productivity or battle royale stats, these are the best mechanical keyboards for the job.
WIRED staffers share what films and TV series they come back to when they need to feel a little better.
Pick who sees your tweets, posts, and stories—and choose what you want to see, too.
As the US reopens the economy amid a deadly pandemic, a dire question looms. Let's do the math.
Shows like Tooning Out the News can be more easily made from home than live-action TV—and going virtual is giving animators lots of opportunities to shine.