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Instagram is subjecting some posts to the same fact-checking review as parent Facebook. But its response to misinformation is very different.
WIRED asked the agency's former disguise chief to analyze the spy tactics on film and television. Here's her critique.
The company has launched new privacy settings, but the various toggles and dashboards require a lot of user interaction.
Google says it will include a new version of its speech recognition software in some new phones, potentially transforming how people accomplish tasks.
One of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges got hit, as thieves nabbed $40 million of bitcoin—along with user two-factor codes and API tokens.
With a stroke of last-minute luck, scientists engineered bacteria-killing viruses to help an ailing girl recover from a deadly infection.
The 'Mythbusters' star and author of the new book 'Every Tool's a Hammer,' explains the magic of the colored-in checkbox.
What makes an algorithm mistake a helicopter for a gun? Researchers think the answer has to do more with man than machine.
The future of the practice may live online.
On a track in Northern California, our writer tags along with the scrappy tinkerers of the autonomous-vehicle gold rush, who gather to share tech and race their robot cars. It’s the Homebrew Computer Club on wheels.
In its first quarterly results as a public company, Lyft said revenue almost doubled, but its loss grew even faster.
Google executives outlined new privacy-focused services at its annual I/O conference—while omitting that they still need to make money.
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Microsoft is brining the heart of Linux to Windows, the latest sign of the software giant's increasing receptiveness to open source software.
Google has a new feature that lets you delete your web and app activity after three months. Here's how to use it.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo berated China this week for using its growing Arctic research program as a Trojan horse for its military and commercial goals.
The company rolled out an improved Assistant, some new phones, and updated Android OS, among other things, at its annual developers conference.
Christian Voigt used analog and digital trickery to isolate individual dinosaurs from larger exhibitions.
Cruise, majority owned by GM, is at least the fourth company working on self-driving technology to raise $500 million or more in the past six months.
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