Wired Top Stories
Updated: 2 hours 29 min ago
Your phone's portrait mode is no match for these point-and-shoot cams. These are the best pocket cameras we've tested.
There are a ton of sales on candles, smart lighting, and sleep accessories to ease the stress (and blues) of quarantine.
Starting at a corner, could you walk around the surface of this Platonic solid without crossing other corners? To get the answer, you need an 81-holed doughnut.
If you’re drowning in a sea of browser tabs, these are the tricks and tools you need to get your head above water.
No, you can’t diagnose yourself with Covid-19 by wearing a ring. But it can tell me when my period is coming.
“We can treat only one patient at a time, but if we can get a message out there that can hit thousands or hundreds of thousands, then we can change their thoughts.”
My wife and I have spent years testing out dozens of wireless chargers on our nightstands. We’re still hunting.
'Tenet' is finally out. Here's how it stacks up to the rest of Nolan's movies.
Plus: Predictive policing taken even farther, Amazon surveillance of private Facebook groups, and more of the week’s top security news.
Learning isn't limited to school. Grab some of these tools and turn your kids into curious scientists exploring their world.
They migrated north to escape the heat but lost their genetic diversity, making them vulnerable to extinction. Today, some species face the same problem.
Wireless headphones are convenient, but they come with a host of tricky troubleshooting problems. Here's how to fix them all.
Several companies are testing airborne deliveries. But rules are years away, and no one knows if consumers are even interested.
This long weekend, you can save on tablets, robot vacuums, camping gear, and more.
Everything we know about Covid-19, from avoiding the virus to caring for your loved ones, with regular updates.
If you want to assemble your friends to play, there’s no need to buy this game to do it.
Cool research tool? Definitely. A way to remotely control a computer or a prosthetic? Sure. But reading minds and storing memories? Not so fast.
Sorry, folks: There probably won't be a Big Crunch.
Plus: Wireless at the turn of the century, a highly anticipated question, and a surprise in the stratosphere.
The actor's criticism of how the franchise treated characters of color is obvious to those who watched the trilogy. He's just calling it out.