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The average iPhone sold for nearly $800 in the most recent quarter; if the price keeps climbing at that rate, the average price may soon top $1,000.
One obsessive planner, a bunch of data, and a lot of mapping flair makes for a stirring guide to US transport.
Start your holiday shopping early with deals on Alexa-enabled devices, Legos, smart TVs, and more.
VR pioneer Jaron Lanier talks with WIRED about why the original architecture of the internet forced us into a kind of information trickery, and how we can fix it—to everyone’s benefit.
While it seemed like the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X might avoid the practice, Apple now says it will throttle them as well.
Even if HBO wanted to issue a takedown, it's likely the network wouldn't have a strong legal claim.
An interview with Sonos CEO Patrick Spence, taped at WIRED’s 25th anniversary festival.
The data appears to have been stolen with malicious browser extensions, and not by exploiting an issue with Facebook’s platform.
How to find accurate voting information for the midterm elections
The combination handheld and robot vacuum might create more problems than it solves.
Opinion: We worry about glitchy driverless tech, but we *should* be worried about the remote human minders.
New characters! A story mode! Giant hands! No legs! Oh, the news goes on and on.
When Christian Delfino's father ended up working as a sorter at the Tampa facility, the photographer saw an apt metaphor.
We review the Vizio P-Series 4K LED TVs, which range from 55-75 inches (P55-F1, P65-F1, P75-F1).
As details of his democracy-bending relationship with Roger Stone break, Julian Assange is proving guests, like fish, stink after six years.
The TV auteur managed to get Roberts on the small screen for Amazon's prestige podcast adaptation.
We can't wait.
After a yearlong test, a supercomputer on the International Space Station has more or less survived and is ready to crunch data.
Nicholas Thompson had been running marathons for years. At 42, he set out to reverse his slowing speeds with, science, tech, and new dedication.