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No matter what that Intro to Physics book says, you can't calculate the "work done by friction." Nope. Doesn't work. Don't even try it.
Since 2016, Pawsitive Change has transformed the lives of hundreds of violent offenders and helped pets find permanent homes.
Soon I may be swiping my screen, looking for a newer, better, flashier app, like Tinder for fixing mental anguish. But what if the magic stops working?
Though the company has the right to do that, this is a huge bummer for gamers who want to hear their favorite tunes.
Opinion: A potential Supreme Court case over ordering pizza could exclude 49 million Americans from the 21st century.
Facebook said it will expand its fact-checking program to Instagram. But the system is already overwhelmed, and may not be able to handle more information.
From social media addiction to antitrust regulation, the freshman senator from Missouri wants to take on Big Tech in big ways.
We dabbled with Adobe’s new drawing app, which aims to be a one-stop shop for aspiring and professional digital artists.
The seven-episode show falls somewhere between Dateline-ish daytime television and a nerdy online social experiment.
WIRED senior writer Nitasha Tiku dives deep into her September cover story about internal turmoil at Google, the so-called happiest company in tech.
The regulations are particularly less than ideal for the companies because New York is among their largest urban markets.
A former infosec director at Linden Lab alleges the company mishandled user data and turned a blind eye to simulated sex acts involving children.
If lightning strikes near the North Pole, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Yes, because a global sensor network is always listening.
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For the last four years, Facebook has quietly used a homegrown tool called Zoncolan to find bugs in its massive codebase.
The rapper-entrepreneur and pro football have a new partnership. But it might be built on illusion.
Opinion: Algorithms cause permanent side effects on society. They need clinical tests.
These are the best Windows 10 Notebooks, MacBooks, and Chromebooks WIRED has tested.
SpaceX was the first to bring a booster back from space and use it again. Other companies are now following in its footsteps—kind of.
Proposed federal rules would give truckers more leeway in taking breaks—because regulators already know when drivers are driving and not driving.