Top: Wired: Cult of Mac
Mac > Wired: Cult of Mac
Thursday March 23, 2023. 02:00 PM
This smart scale measures your body composition and nerve and artery health, and it includes a year’s subscription to Withings Health+.
This week, we learn how semiconductors are made. It’s easy! You just need light, water, a few billion transistors, and total geopolitical stability.
WeChat has 19 million users in the US and is a lifeline for people across the Chinese diaspora.
In an effort to keep listeners’ attention, teams behind “My Favorite Murder” and other shows are creating IRL happenings for fans—and they dig it.
The sun's back from its long vacation. What better time to invest in a little self-care?
Privately run genealogy databases have become a crucial tool for police investigators. Now a nonprofit is collecting data to help crack more cold cases.
He’s the biggest fantasy writer in the world. He’s also very Mormon. These things are profoundly related.
Governments are ignoring calls to stop fossil fuel expansion—despite there being little time left to avoid the worst effects of global warming.
Wednesday March 22, 2023. 11:25 PM
Image-editing tools from Google and Microsoft contain the “aCropalypse” bug, which can reveal information users intentionally removed.
Save on Google Pixel and Samsung smartphones or camera bags and video games.
Vibrant sound and longer battery life make the Ear (2) buds a better buy. But there are caveats.
Deep learning networks may look like brains, but that doesn’t mean they can think like humans. On the ever-expanding meganet, that’s a problem.
Sleeping on a red-eye can be a pain in the neck. This companion is here to support you.
Meet the creators working to make sure that everyone can see themselves in the pages of their favorite stories.
Slack puts a paywall in front of features that Discord offers for free. Here’s how to make the leap—and keep your archive, too.
Officials working on Login.gov, used to access dozens of government sites, worried about algorithmic bias. Their decision breached federal security rules.
On Thursday, Shou Zi Chew will meet a rare united front in the US Congress against the Chinese-owned social media app that has lawmakers in a tizzy.
An energy-saving coating needs no pigments, and it keeps the surface beneath it 30 degrees cooler.
A youth-led online movement propelled an outsider candidate into the political mainstream.
Doctored images of the former US president went viral on Twitter. These are the telltale signs that they aren’t what they seem.
Mar, Sat 25 - 15:44 CET