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Getting rid of harmful papers is a vital step toward reestablishing readers' trust. Next, publishers should target articles that are flawed in other ways.
A free press suppressed. A vote postponed. Dissent criminalized. China’s insidious reengineering of the region marches on, but not without a fight.
Choosing an iPad is more complicated than it needs to be, but we’re here to help with our complete guide to all of Apple’s tablets.
Guests like Gabriela Cámara, Ghetto Gastro, Nia DaCosta, and Brie Larson discussed how to understand where others are coming from, whether through food or films.
At WIRED's virtual conference, actress Brie Larson, VR director Elijah Allan-Blitz, and Magic Labs Media founder Van Jones talked about their new short films.
As part of a conversation with Gabriela Cámara at our virtual conference, the cofounders of the “Black Power Kitchen of Tomorrow” say that what we eat can both empower and oppress us.
At this year's WIRED25, the writer-director talked about rebooting the classic slasher and the future of filmmaking after the pandemic.
At the virtual event honoring our annual list of innovators and icons, he talked about why TV and movies will someday "be small."
Sometimes the sequel is better, the Quest 2 is a virtually flawless improvement on the original.
So many games in the format lean on the same old tropes. This one has wizards instead.
A group known as Barium allegedly attacked hundreds of targets around the globe—and manipulated in-game goods and currency.
The company still gets a healthy slice of revenue from disc rentals—but the service has suffered as a result of the pandemic.
The rise of “zoombombing” is just the latest example of why developers need to plan for harmful misuses as much as potential costly bugs.
As always, our tech advice columnist is here to help.
A new four-part documentary about the ill-fated Challenger mission highlights the risk of putting bureaucracy before science in human spaceflight
Microsoft's Game Pass Ultimate cloud-enabled gaming service launched (formerly called Project xCloud). Here's how to check it out.
Blyncsy wants states using Apple and Google technology to pay it $1 per resident. It may not win, but the patent tussle could deter others from adopting apps.
Once considered a nerdy basement hobby, lo-fi transmissions from ordinary folks save lives during wildfires, hurricanes, and other climate disasters.
The editor of Science has abandoned staid academic-speak to take on falsehoods in the White House—decorum be damned.
It started with the district hiring a little-known virtual charter school company, which led to balky connections and an even more troublesome curriculum.