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A $287 billion transportation bill approved by a Senate committee includes $10 billion for preventing and mitigating the effects of climate change.
Your phone's portrait mode is no match for a real point-and-shoot camera's portrait lens. These are the best small pocket cameras we've tested.
With a stunningly simple proof, a researcher has finally cracked the sensitivity conjecture, "one of the most frustrating and embarrassing open problems."
Digital-first. Open source. Subscription. The way textbooks are bought and sold is changing—with serious implications for higher education.
Plus: The Hubble, the ISS, and a red moon rising.
The show may not be a cultural juggernaut like 'Stranger Things,' but the multigenerational saga is one of the most rewarding things on TV.
Facial recognition hits minors, Facebook takes down Saudi accounts, and more security news this week.
This high-performance electric bike is built to meet the demands of long trips across gravel roads and trails.
5G was supposed to offer new protections against so-called stingray surveillance devices. New research shows it's anything but.
August is the start for end-of-summer sales on everything from camping stoves to affordable headphones.
Everyone vies for curb space: taxis, Ubers, delivery trucks, buses, bicycles, and residents. In Washington, DC, CurbFlow is testing spots reserved via app.
Facebook has long allowed Instagram and WhatsApp to operate independently. Now, it's "Instagram from Facebook."
Amazon-owned Ring has cozied up to law enforcement, and critics say it's using police departments to help market its surveillance cameras.
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It's not so crazy to want Big Tech to ask for your data—and conversations with AI assistants—before they take it.
A report from Pew Research Center shows that Americans have great confidence in scientists—except for Republicans when the issue is the environment.
Opinion: Asking presidential candidates *how* they'll pay for the cost of climate change is naive. We should be asking, “*who* is going to pay?” and “how much?”
The pro gamer is going to Mixer. Also, the tenth season of 'Fortnite' will have giant robots and a classic open-world game finally gets an English version.
WIRED writer Alex Davies joins us to discuss the challenges companies face as they race to get self-driving shuttles and delivery vehicles onto streets.
Sony's latest flagship Android phone is nice—just not nice enough to justify its $950 price tag.