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This week's Get WIRED podcast traces how innovators' biases helped design slave ships, the panopticon, and facial recognition.
Attackers increasingly try to confuse and bypass machine-learning systems. So the companies that deploy them are getting creative.
OnePlus' new phone, the Nord, isn't available in the US at the moment, but its value is hard to beat. You get a 90-Hz screen, a big battery, great performance, and 5G for 399 euros.
Is this your card? A recent study found that participants will select the suit or number they were primed to choose.
WIRED Tested. We’ve picked the best affordable in-ear, over-ear, on-ear, wireless, and corded headphones in every price bracket.
Divination in the digital age has never been easier.
The hypothetical particles are a cornerstone of quantum gravity theories, but they’re famously hard to observe. Yet maybe they create detectable ‘noise.’
A proposal would require 60 percent of ride-hail miles to be in electric vehicles by 2030. And the companies are on board.
Make sure that your Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive data is protected—while still being easy for you to access.
A combination of technologies helped scientists discover a potentially illegal fishing operation involving more than 900 vessels.
Twitter hack details, a botnet vigilante, and more of the week's top security news.
Here's what to consider (and what to buy) before safely heading out on a multi-day cycling trip into the hinterlands.
Backups are boring, but they'll save your digital bacon. Here's how to make sure your data lives on even when your PC doesn't.
The plots of land are key to the story of early human migration. But they're rapidly disappearing as infrastructure and agriculture encroach.
Here’s what WIRED staff has fallen for thanks to all of the extra time on our hands.
Smarten up your home and upgrade your audio with these discounts.
Dave Franco’s directorial debut is a lean thriller about a home share from hell.
Netflix's German science fiction series stuck the landing in its third and final season.
WIRED Tested. Whether you're riding a bike or schlepping around a camera, these professional backpacks do the job right.
Apple aside, anticompetitive practices by Amazon, Facebook, and Google have corroded democracy and sabotaged the nation’s pandemic response.