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When the government offered to buy up houses in flood zones, wealthier homeowners took advantage while poorer residents stayed put or fled.
Photographer Seunggu Kim spent nearly a decade capturing the manufactured peaks of the city's apartment complexes.
Opinion: Without proper guidelines, smartphones on the battlefield may kill more soldiers than they save.
Own Nintendo's two-in-one console? These are our picks for the best gaming headsets, chargers, screen protectors, cases, stands, controllers, adapters, and more.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry went to an invention at the heart of modern life: the rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
A new machine learning model suggests small tweaks to your outfit, points to the future of algorithm-based fashion advice.
The US bans trade with six Chinese companies, ostensibly for their work against Uighurs. Analysts say it’s evidence of tech rivalry between the countries.
The road to routing all Domain Name System lookups through HTTPS is pocked with disagreements over just how much it will help.
It might sound crazy, but it’s true: The heavens cast their wrath and fury on the ships more than on the fishes.
The 1996 title featuring Christopher Walken was held up as an exemplar of gaming’s future. But things didn’t exactly work out that way.
The Internet Research Agency specifically targeted African Americans, and has not stopped trying to influence elections, a Senate intelligence report says.
A staggering 800,000 customers will lose power across the state starting Wednesday. But that won’t fix the mess California's made.
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Newly released court documents reveal more backstory to a tweet that became a defamation suit. “I’m a fucking idiot,” the Tesla CEO said in an email.
WIRED editor Nick Thompson and running expert Knox Robinson discuss the showstoppers at the IAAF track and field championships in Qatar.
The Open Skies treaty has provided invaluable intelligence for its 34 signatory countries. Now Donald Trump reportedly wants out.
James Peebles, Michel Mayor, and Didier Queloz shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics for their discoveries of the universe beyond our solar system.
The EV startup is packing the battery-driven duo with all the features they need to conquer field and stream.
Minimalists intent on freeing up desk space are shrinking their keyboards.
Now that the name is official, we've got more details about Sony's next-gen console—from the haptics-packed controller to UI improvements.