Wired Tech Stories
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It won’t solve everything, but a new study suggests real-time automated feedback could help make the internet a less toxic place.
After repurposing facial recognition and deepfake tech to study galaxies and the Higgs boson, physicists think they can help shape the responsible use of AI.
Some of the leading candidates might work better for the richest people in the world, simply on account of how they're made.
Preorders for Microsoft's next-gen consoles go live today. We've compiled the best places you can snag one—and if you should.
In their first post-Facebook project, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger built rt.live, which state officials can use to plan their reopening.
From gonopods to pedipalps, nature has a lot of ways to get gametes where they need to go.
Miles grinned sleepily, puddled down in his uniform. “Welcome to the beginning.”
After teaching for 25 years, yes, moving my classes online has been weird. But then I found moments of gratitude.
Boost both your digital security and your web browsing speed with an inexpensive, DIY packet inspector.
Each month we publish a six-word story—and it could be written by you.
The conspiracy theory has the best attributes of a multiplatform game, except that it can cause harm in the real world.
Whether you’re protesting or just stepping out for a boba, you deserve some algorithm-free alone time.
It’s not hard for bad actors to track or hack your phone. But put it inside a Faraday pouch and you can drop off the digital map.
I went looking for the broadcasts of my coming-of-age in the early '90s. What I discovered instead was Jean-Gabriel Prats' trove of audio ephemera.
Don't want to see me again? Please, spare me the proper breakup. It's more suitable to our contactless existence.
The software industry makes amazing tools for itself, while doctors and scientists are stuck with old code. Tech needs to quit hacking and start listening.
Players of the alternate-reality game are still at it. They also seem, in these crazy days, to exhibit well-being.
The president’s ban on WeChat has also hit a roadblock.
After months of delays, Tesla’s much-hyped Battery Day is finally upon us. Here’s what the company might reveal.
The president’s claims that the app is a national security threat don’t top the First Amendment.