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San Francisco still doesn’t have a new mayor. But that’s democracy for you.
Alexander Nix testified before Parliament, but provided more bluster than answers.
The Force is weak with the trolls who harassed 'The Last Jedi' actress Kelly Marie Tran on Instagram.
The latest smart speaker from Sonos plays music and works as a soundbar for your TV. It also lets you control your smart home with your voice.
New tools for developers make it easier to integrate machine learning into apps; it's like training wheels for AI.
Motorola's modular dreams are alive and well with the latest Z series phone.
Four different Google devices are on sale this week, along with several more WIRED Recommends products!
Startups like Cargo, which allow you to buy convenience-store items from ride-hailing drivers, point to a future where your commute doesn’t cost a cent—because you, friend, are the product.
The rivalry to build the next-generation wireless network is partly a matter of national ego, but faster speeds and greater data capacity will give businesses real advantages.
While ditching TLS 1.0 encryption will benefit the payments ecosystem, it'll be rough going for those with older devices.
The applications of gene editing tech will be shaped by the values of the societies that wield it.
Nationwide, K-12 schools are leading an oh-so-green zero-energy building boom.
At the automaker’s annual shareholder meeting, the CEO struck a conciliatory note while providing updates on Model 3 production, Autopilot, Tesla's Supercharger network, veganism, and more.
No one onstage at WWDC yesterday used the phrase "smart glasses." They didn't have to.
Mother American Night will become the crucial document for understanding the trippy, contradictory life and work of the internet pioneer and Grateful Dead lyricist.
The tech giant will officially acquire the legendary developer platform. The question now is what happens to some of the code it hosts.
Apple, like much of Silicon Valley, wants to cure the disease it caused. But it could go further.
The company has unveiled a suite of time-management tools to help balance your digital and real lives—*without* consulting researchers.
Twitter has increasingly become a place where a small number of elite users commandeer huge followings—and they don't always use their power for good.
In an exclusive interview, Apple's Craig Federighi explains how developers will be able to get their iOS apps working on Macs.