Wired Tech Stories
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Brands are seeking new ways to customize messages. A startup that gathers data on when you pick up your phone, or when you go out on a run, can help.
Need a little more desktop real estate, or just tired of hunching over a small screen all day? Here’s how to give your back—and eyes—a break.
From flat-earthers to QAnon to Covid quackery, the video giant is awash in misinformation. Can AI keep the lunatic fringe from going viral?
Nintendo just discontinued the iconic portable game console, but the real 3DS was the friends we made along the way.
No one knows, not even the policy writers or enforcers. And the ambiguity is exacerbating threats to our electoral process.
Authorities charged the vehicle's "safety driver" with criminal negligence, but not the company that developed the technology.
It’s a reversal for an administration that’s been loath to prepare for pandemics or cooperate with China, where Covid-19 jumped from wildlife to people.
A clever new system called Whale Safe listens for the cetacean chorus to alert vessels to slow down, potentially preventing deadly ship strikes.
Not blazing hot, not freezing cold ... autumn is the best season for campers. We've rounded up discounts on campsite gear to better your next adventure.
Obviously this situation sucks for everyone, but I have a few tips to help you make the most of a bad situation. (Also, don't cheat.)
The Internet Archive and the infrastructure company are teaming up to make sure sites never fully go down.
Platforms like Facebook are designed to profit from humans' confirmation bias. Here's how to restore balance to your feed.
The company's newest action camera adds a full-color front screen, 5K, and software enhancements that make capturing the moment easier than ever.
Getting rid of harmful papers is a vital step toward reestablishing readers' trust. Next, publishers should target articles that are flawed in other ways.
A free press suppressed. A vote postponed. Dissent criminalized. China’s insidious reengineering of the region marches on, but not without a fight.
Choosing an iPad is more complicated than it needs to be, but we’re here to help with our complete guide to all of Apple’s tablets.
Guests like Gabriela Cámara, Ghetto Gastro, Nia DaCosta, and Brie Larson discussed how to understand where others are coming from, whether through food or films.
At WIRED's virtual conference, actress Brie Larson, VR director Elijah Allan-Blitz, and Magic Labs Media founder Van Jones talked about their new short films.
As part of a conversation with Gabriela Cámara at our virtual conference, the cofounders of the “Black Power Kitchen of Tomorrow” say that what we eat can both empower and oppress us.
At this year's WIRED25, the writer-director talked about rebooting the classic slasher and the future of filmmaking after the pandemic.