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Thursday January 10, 2019. 02:00 PM
When cities hand off infrastructure projects to private companies, they often end up screwed. Now, they're learning.
Bob Wells, a 63-year-old YouTube personality, has been living the #vanlife since 1995. He’s managed to make a living—and inspire a generation.
Spooked by massive wildfires, a California city launches a crowdfunding campaign to hire goats to clear brush at the edges of town.
WIRED's picks for the standout products from this year's CES consumer electronics fest.
Meet the quantified kid: More gadgets let you track data from before birth and into their teens. But it probably won’t make you a better parent.
Months after Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon promised to stop selling user location data, the practice continues.
Wednesday January 9, 2019. 11:36 PM
Research shows that direct appeals from the president don't sway people, and neither do fact-checks from the media. But they do keep us talking.
Opinion: As Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube crack down on extremist propaganda, ISIS recruiters are exploiting lesser-known messenger apps.
Just because it's winter doesn't mean there's not plenty of new stuff on the way. Gather 'round the glowing magic box.
The former Trump campaign chair keeps getting in trouble thanks at least in part to subpar digital security.
Last night an Associated Press tweet claimed that, in placing blame for the government shutdown, 'it takes two to tango.' Twitter thought otherwise.
Michael Koerner's collodion 'chemigrams' reveal a lifetime of inherited genetic mutations.
This year’s CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, continues Wednesday. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
These three iconic historical paintings pulse with intense anxieties about electricity, hematology, and astronomy.
The app gives city residents a few seconds' warning when an earthquake hits. It's the first publicly available app to do so in the US.
First, the 600-meter-long plastic catcher didn't catch plastic. Then it split in two. What is the right way, then, to cleanse our oceans of the plastic menace?
VW's Electrify America program is adding a capability that identifies the driver by their car and bills them automatically.
The newly elected congressmember offers older colleagues a master class in social media.
Want the super-fast mobile speeds promised by 5G technology? Come back in a year.
A new Gallup survey suggests people are less likely to share stories from sites that are clearly marked as untrustworthy.
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