Wired Tech Stories
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Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, and Jack Dorsey will testify Wednesday on a niche internet law less than a week before Election Day. How did we get here?
This iPhone controller and its app are so immersive and well designed, I forgot I was playing on my phone.
Is the LGBTQIA+ community a driving force behind the popularity of this asymmetrical multiplayer horror game?
The theory underlying network science predates the internet. But in 2020, it became essential to understanding our interconnected world.
A California team will use a robotic vehicle to study tiny seafloor creatures, hoping they might yield new compounds to fight viruses and cancer.
The newest Chromecast comes with a remote and has Google TV built in—which makes it way easier to navigate a sea of streaming apps.
To reduce carbon emissions, electric vehicles need to stay on the road as long as possible. That means developing a robust trade in second-hand cars.
Funding for the world's premiere orbital laboratory won't last forever. Its end could usher in a new era of commercial space stations.
If there’s a competitive mode, you'll find Korean players at the top of the charts. But the reasons have less to do with esports and more to do with culture and class.
An extortionist has turned a breach of Finland's Vastaamo mental health services provider into a nightmare for victims.
Berserk Bear has had plenty of opportunity to cause serious trouble. So why hasn't it yet?
Kitty Horroshow's game dissects why a home can feel so familiar—and terrifying.
A new pair of studies reveals that the resource isn’t limited to large shadowy craters. That's good news for the upcoming crewed missions.
A startup called Memories lets you record videos to be sent posthumously—one of many companies seeking to give you more control over your ending.
On this week's Get WIRED podcast, writer Matt Simon talks about Spot the dog and SpaceX with Marc Raibert.
Online health care has become a part of pandemic life—and your remote appointments can be easier to navigate than you'd think.
The encyclopedia is determined to emerge from the insanity of a pandemic and a polarizing election with its information and reputation intact.
Researchers are hoping to use the opportunity to get a better handle on the language of Australia's endangered Burrunan dolphins.
We asked a master sculptor and puppeteer how to make a scary-good jack-o-lantern.
But wait—does that mean I'm addicted to the blocking software?