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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.
In 2012 a non-gendered pronoun dropped into Swedish discourse. Today it's widely used—and it's nudging people to see the world a little differently.
Twitter’s brass at an event this week struggled to balance the platform’s reputation for viral rage with the conversational mecca it wants to become.
Hey Google, is this the future of passive-aggressive exchanges at home?
In 2017 a plume of radioactive gas wafted across Europe. A study now shows it probably stemmed from a nuclear accident in southern Russia.
The 'Crazy Rich Asians' lead is in talks to play Snake Eyes. Also, Netflix is adapting a 'New Yorker' sci-fi story.
It might be the last place that's not a wretched hive of scum and villainy.
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A political consultant crosses paths with Konstantin Kilimnik, Paul Manafort, and Cambridge Analytica, then becomes part of the Russia investigation.
Kevin Cernekee, a conservative firebrand inside Google, kept a low public profile. Then, WIRED's reporting propelled him to Fox News—and Trump's tweets.
In snow samples collected across the Arctic and Europe, researchers find tens of thousands of microplastic particles per liter of snow—even in remote areas.
With that dreaded nose cam fixed, the Dell latest XPS 13 is an ultraportable delight to use. Read our full laptop review.
Alphabet’s DeepMind unit, conqueror of Go and other games, is losing lots of money. Continued deficits could imperil investments in AI.
These three creatures illustrate the harm that could come from the loss of protections, which the Trump administration announced Monday.
A federal subsidy that helped launch the US solar industry is about to expire. The industry is likely to stumble without some replacement.
The Navy will eliminate touchscreen controls in destroyers after reports found that many sailors did not know how to work them, contributing to accidents.