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Choosing just the right thing to listen is tricky. Here's how to navigate your options and set the mood.
From Marvel hopefuls to mind-bending dramas, here are all the series you'll need to keep an eye on this year.
Employees admitted to using stolen passwords and URL guessing to access confidential data.
This electric scooter offers a stable ride at a relatively affordable price, though its bulky design isn’t the best for apartment-dwelling city slickers.
WikiLeaks successor DDoSecrets has amassed a controversial new collection of corporate secrets and is sharing them in the name of transparency.
Assembling a computer yourself is a good way to learn about how it works. It’s also a lost art—one due for a revival.
Academics often research minority communities in the hope of helping them. But too much time under the microscope can cause its own harms.
Jason Furman, a top economic adviser to President Obama, says good ideas come from everywhere—but Trump has dissuaded tech workers from coming to the US.
The self-driving vehicles smashed, burned, flipped, and tipped. But the ambitious race through the Mojave launched an industry.
Immunization against Covid-19 is not going perfectly, but at least it's going. Let's give credit where it's due.
This month’s focus is on Zhang Zhan, who had been posting reports from Wuhan since early February. She was arrested in May.
From Dune to Black Widow, a ton of films got delayed due to Covid-19. Here are the ones WIRED is hoping to see, whether at home or (finally) in a theater.
The software helped create an amateur internet. It’s a far cry from the glossy, corporate one we know now.
Kick over this robot and it’ll quickly right itself—not because someone told it how, but because it taught itself to overcome the embarrassment.
If your budget is tight, this Android smartphone is a smart buy.
Candidates and organizers are flocking to the platform, with the hope of reaching voters who would normally be disengaged.
In 1995, a WIRED cofounder challenged a Luddite-loving doomsayer to a prescient wager on tech and civilization’s fate. Now their judge weighs in.
Christopher Nolan's latest has lots of mind-bending action scenes, but not much character development.
The ruling is based not on whether the Wikileaks founder violated the Espionage Act, but on the implications of subjecting him to the US carceral state.
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