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A breath test would offer advantages over throat and nose swabs, but the technology is novel, and early trials with volunteers are still ongoing.
It may take decades to see the worst effects of global warming. Yet Jim Reilly, the director of the US Geological Survey, is committed to short-term thinking.
A Bluetooth-based system coming this fall will be especially useful for high-value shipments, like medicines or vaccines.
The former Democratic candidate for Georgia governor talks democracy, election tech, and why speaking Klingon doesn’t always help. As told to Gilad Edelman.
Sara-Jayne Terp uses the tools of cybersecurity to track false claims like they’re malware. Her goal: Stop dangerous lies from hacking our beliefs.
How Dana DeBeauvoir set off the biggest, weirdest, and most promising revolution in election technology since the 1800s.
The platform was key to the president’s upset victory in 2016. Can a group of former employees use it to boost Joe Biden?
Whether you’re casting a ballot in person or by mail, there’s plenty to worry about. Mass voter fraud shouldn’t be on the list.
The Kremlin has meddled in so many elections that democracy’s immune system has gotten wise to its threats. Here are lessons other countries can teach us.
The US government has detained thousands of wireless earbuds on suspicion of being fake Apple goods—despite crystal clear branding from an established company.
Combining the two chipmakers would unite leaders in two big tech trends—artificial intelligence and mobile computing.
Many of the two dozen streamers, managers, and lawyers WIRED spoke with described rampant exploitation they've seen or experienced in the booming business.
New studies show fractures on surface ice and warm seawater melting the ice from underneath. That’s a harbinger of a coming collapse—and sea level rise.
Just 50 days out, Facebook, Google, and Twitter have done little more than roll out small patches—recalling the old coding ethos of "Worse is better."
A simple molecule floating in Venus's atmosphere is now humans' best bet for finding companionship in the galaxy.
The law serves as Facebook and Google’s get-out-of-jail-free card for conspiracies and disinformation. It’s time for strong amendments.
On the show The Boys, a speedboat smashes into a cetacean and the humans emerge unscathed. Could this happen in real life?
We rounded up all the top slates available right now. Whether you prefer iOS, Android, or Windows, we have a pick for you.
This second-generation desktop amp is a wireless wunderkind that acts as a Bluetooth speaker and audio interface.
You can stream Apple's product announcement on your mobile device, on your computer, or—the best way—on your television.