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Monday October 25, 2021. 06:00 PM
From the top-end hardware to the improved image processing for people with darker skin, it’s hard not to love the company’s latest Android phones.
It won’t solve all of your privacy problems, but a virtual private network can help make you a less tempting target for hackers.
If the genre is to return to its former glory, it needs to do more than tweak the formula that made it successful two decades ago.
A WIRED series dives into thousands of internal documents, showing a company rife with issues that it largely failed to address.
The celestial storm produced carbon-14 atoms found in the rings of a tree felled by Norse explorers, proving they made it to North America 1,000 years ago.
Human reviewers and AI filters struggle to police the flood of content—or understand the nuances in different Arabic dialects.
The visual effects team invented a process called “sandscreen” to produce epic desert shots. Another group made the worms sound more like god than Godzilla.
The “badge posts” of the company's former researchers offer the parting thoughts of the disillusioned.
Internal research documents provide a blueprint for solving the company’s biggest problems.
Can a video game be historically accurate? The team behind the iconic series wanted to give it a try.
Sunday October 24, 2021. 04:00 PM
Assembling a computer yourself is a good way to learn about how it works.
Recent public messaging encouraging people to eat more seafood conveniently omits information about the environmental impact of fishing.
Built upon the ubiquitous Fourier transform, these mathematical tools allow unprecedented analysis of continuous signals.
Keep your phone, tablet, laptop, and other electronics running with these handheld power banks.
Microsoft has rolled out its most secure operating system yet. Here's how to make the most of it.
This portable, dedicated videophone is convenient and comfortable to use, and makes a life lived onscreen slightly easier.
Saturday October 23, 2021. 03:00 PM
Plus: Data theft in Argentina, a Sinclair Broadcast Group hack, and more of the week’s top security news.
Forget those one-and-done landfill cloggers. Upgrade your hydration with these insulated and non-insulated alternatives.
Young members of the Fort Belknap Indian Community are learning how to identify and save local grasses as part of an effort to restore the land.
Should you match your mask? Can you thrift online? Here are our tips for buying or making costumes, including adaptable and accessible ones.
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