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If you insist that drivers aren’t key to your business, apparently you end up making some bizarre U-turns.
In science, progress is all about building a better model—explaining more with less.
Opinion: Telling ourselves that devices and platforms “hijack” our brains plays right into Big Tech’s hands.
After years of digging, archaeologists discover nine medieval graves holding the remains of at least 300 people.
We ask WIRED senior writer Lauren Goode to give her impressions of the iPhone launch in Cupertino this week.
Living in the aftermath is a common trope in games. This one makes it beautiful.
A hurricane bounces NOAA's sensor-packed plane around with such violence, the crew spends a good amount of time in zero G.
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WIRED Ideas contributor Virginia Heffernan: I still halfway believe I have no right to the word 'trauma'
Spencer Platt's photograph of the building from the September 11th anniversary shows its ties to history and the future.
Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren will be onstage together at last.
A fresh look at the 2016 blackout in Ukraine suggests that the cyberattack behind it was intended to cause far more damage.
The 10-episode series will air on CBS All Access, but a premiere date has not yet been set.
The contentious Ocean Cleanup campaign has an idea where marine plastic ends up. But it's already stirring debate.
Photographer Steven Smith captures the booming suburbs of his native Utah.
Opinion: Launched 20 years ago this week, Wi-Fi nearly hit a dead spot.
Stitch Fix is launching a new service, driven by machine learning, that builds an outfit to suit your personal style.
Are you planning to buy an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max? Here's the WIRED guide to choosing between them, how to preorder, and the best preorder deals.
From the *Handmaid's Tale* sequel to Edward Snowden's memoir, the upcoming book season is looking deadly serious. Up to and including lesbian necromancers.
Bina Venkataraman, author of *The Optimist's Telescope*, talks about the future: how to imagine it, how to be optimistic, how to not kill a million babies.