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The long-awaited folding smartphone goes on sale April 26. We got to spend some time with it first.
If common sense hasn't convinced you that using a moped to spin a merry-go-round is a bad idea, perhaps the physics of circular motion will.
South Korea-based photographer JeongMee Yoon explores targeted advertisements to children through their inventories of pink and blue things.
Uber revealed its filing for an initial public offering, Tesla changes its sales strategy again, and Ford's CEO joins the caution chorus on fully self-driving cars.
The department saw a lot of shakeups last week.
Don’t want a computer buzzing your wrist all day? Withings has an affordable fitness tracker for you.
Mebrahtom Keflezighi, who retired from competitive racing at age 42, can convince almost anyone that they can run forever.
Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen's legacy moonshot, an aircraft to carry rockets to space, hit 17,000 feet.
Plus: Wi-Fi vulnerabilities, Silk Road 2's founder, and more of the week's top security news.
Space Photos of the Week: Black Holes and Jellyfish Rainbows
Netflix's series of sci-fi shorts is good, but it missed out on some of its potential.
The absolute best Android phones and iPhones you can buy for less than $600.
If you've been looking for a great pair of wireless headphones, now is your chance.
This fuzzy robot promises to help its bedtime companions fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake up more refreshed—all by simply cuddling.
Young people benefit from their online interactions. Locking them out of the Internet isn’t the answer to commercial bad actors.
Tesla said it would remove the $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan from online ordering forms, weeks after a back-and-forth over closing showrooms.
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President Trump says the US "must win" the race to 5G. But a plan outlined by FCC Chair Ajit Pai is a modest expansion of existing programs.
WIRED Transportation reporter Aarian Marshall joins the Gadget Lab podcast to talk about what Uber’s IPO means for the future of ride-sharing ... and everything else Uber does.