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Thursday January 14, 2021. 01:00 PM
The Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 have some great games coming this year—assuming schedules hold. Here's a quick rundown of some great ones.
Wednesday January 13, 2021. 08:00 PM
Meet Bluebot, a friendly swimming robot with big camera eyes. Put a few in a tank together and they’ll collaborate to complete surprisingly complex tasks.
At CES 2021, two companies showed off concepts for a rollable phone. This year, expect this new category of devices to greatly expand.
New research has dug into the openings that iOS and Android security provide for anyone with the right tools.
The creatures made famous by Game of Thrones went extinct some 13,000 years ago. Now geneticists know a little more about where they come from.
During a bleary fall and winter, the open world of Skyrim gave me the motivation and joy I couldn't find in the real world.
Don’t be a young, healthy, single man. That’s our first piece of advice.
The premise is convenient. But the ecommerce giant’s record on privacy isn't exactly inspiring.
The Disney-owned company just announced a new Star Wars title coming from Ubisoft and an Indiana Jones game from Bethesda. And that's just the beginning.
The consumer tech show is virtual this year, and the WIRED Gear crew is watching all the Zooms to bring you up-to-the-minute highlights of news from CES.
The island quest-style game is perfect for this 'casual gaming' moment.
Millions of follow-up doses have been languishing in freezers, causing a massive logjam—and not everyone likes the ideas for a fix.
These are the products, prototypes, and ideas that did the best job of signaling the future at this year’s consumer tech showcase.
Apple, Google, and Amazon booted the site from their own platforms. But who moderates the moderators?
Tuesday January 12, 2021. 11:53 PM
A pixelated political drama has played out in the sandbox game since May—drawing millions of viewers in the process.
His emaciated body was discovered in a tent, just a few miles from a major Florida highway. His identity—and troubled past—were discovered by the internet.
The insurrection at the Capitol was planned on social media—and more plans are still being made in broad daylight across the internet.
Cold weather sucks even more when a pandemic makes it nearly impossible to socialize inside. But I found a hack.
The “free speech” social network also allowed unlimited access to every public post, image, and video.
Pandemic-inspired sanitizing technology is everywhere. Even if the science behind the gadgets is sound, it's smart to be skeptical.
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