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Amazon and Microsoft have hired lobbyists. So too have airlines, retailers, wireless carriers, and cruise operators.
On this week’s episode of Get WIRED, we’re lending our feed to The Pitchfork Review for a conversation with the figureheads of hyperpop.
Two vaccines are nearly here—but their unusual storage requirements could deprive the rural areas that need them most. A tech fix might be coming.
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For now, the security measure will be available only to people using the beta version of the app.
The newly measured rate of a key nuclear fusion process that forged the first atomic nuclei matches the picture of the universe 380,000 years later.
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The sometimes elusive console is back in stock and bundled with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and three months of Switch Online.
Ransomware as a service, exposed SMS photos, and more of the week's top security news.
We found more than a dozen math-filled and science-rich toys for tiny nerds to disassemble, set on fire, and then rebuild.
Many of the communities most vulnerable to Covid-19 are the ones least willing to get a vaccine. Convincing them may require a peer-to-peer approach.
This is iRobot’s cheapest robot vacuum with automatic dirt disposal. But it also sacrifices some key navigational features.
As glaciers retreat and permafrost thaws, massive landslides threaten coastal communities. Those, in turn, could trigger giant sea waves.
The impact of face coverings is not just unknown, it’s unknowable. Still, uncertainty should be no impediment to action.
European regulators focus on how Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google use—and abuse–their vast stores of data to maintain advantages over rivals.
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
Classics like Inception and The Cell are at least a decade old.
In 1993, the console maker's big plans for virtual reality fizzled. Now a team of preservationists is using emulation to bring them back.
Plus: The threat of blogs, the balkanization of social media, and a new record for America’s mayor.
The internet called it a metaphor for 2020. If that’s true, then maybe it should be a beacon of hope for everyone.