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Captain Marvel used to be a dude. Captain Marvel also used to be Ms. Marvel. It's comics; it's complicated.
Opinion: As the work of biologists and computer scientists converge, algorithmic secrets are increasingly found in nature
The first car's in the "Icona" line offer 800 horsepower and looks borrowed from Ferrari's post-war racers.
A rogue pharmaceutical company ramped up the cost of a common antibiotic by 400 percent. While the medical community is irate, could high prices make antibiotics worth investing in?
Gear up with everything you’ll want for your iPhone—from Airpods to headphone dongles.
A new robotic jellyfish can squeeze through holes smaller than its body size.
A wave of new programming tools promises to make developers' lives easier. But the turbulence makes it hard to stay current.
The bigger screen and beefed-up sensors bring the Apple Watch to the next level.
The reported criminal probe is likely in its early stages, but darkens an already gloomy sky gathering over Elon Musk's automaker.
Twitter announced it’s giving users more control over their timelines just in time for tweets about Toad.
Trump has the legal right to make public whatever documents he chooses. But he's going to cause untold damage in the process.
The MCU wants to take you back to the days of Blockbuster and beepers.
How should Facebook balance transparency about its automated systems with security?
In 2016, three friends created a botnet that nearly broke the internet. Now, they're helping the feds catch cybercriminals of all stripes.
A lot of great shows came up empty-handed last night; others weren't nominated at all. Here's an idea: Let's celebrate TV we *talk* about.
Charge filed with the EEOC says employers can discriminate by targeting ads at men and excluding women.
From kilowatt-hours to horsepower to acceleration times, see how the E-tron SUV compares to similar offerings from Tesla, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, and others.
Most cities felt powerless to extract concessions from Uber and Lyft. Now that scooters are here, they've learned their lesson—and toughened up.
Costing $150 and launching on Indiegogo, the Heated Razor isn't anything like what you're used to.
A Wired retro item, from the 25th anniversary issue