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Tuesday November 22, 2022. 02:00 PM
A new study shows that the more divided a community is, the higher the residents’ exposure to hazardous metals and particulates.
Negotiators at the annual UN climate conference managed to eke out some plans for action. Now the challenge is turning dreams into reality.
Support is growing for Filmmaker Mode, a setting on newer televisions that makes movies look how the creators intended.
A postmortem on “Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits”—the most influential article of the 20th century.
After months of meticulous planning, investigators finally move in to catch AlphaBay’s mastermind red-handed. Then the case takes a tragic turn.
Monday November 21, 2022. 09:51 PM
Lawmakers are growing concerned about a flood of data-hungry cars from China taking over American streets.
You could fill a stadium or two with all the cheap headphones out there. We tested a ton to help you pick the right pair.
The company recently took major steps to make the platform more inclusive after pressure from disabled users. Then Elon Musk gutted its accessibility team.
If you can’t decide whether to get the 2-in-1 Windows tablet hybrid, traditional laptop, or desktop, we’re here to help.
New evidence indicates that an effort to stamp out disease-carrying insects is working. The key? Mosquitoes genetically engineered to kill off their own kind.
We’ve selected seven precious objects sure to appeal to those with the most discriminating tastes.
We went behind the scenes to make sense of Shopping, Ads, and the changes that will shape your internet searches.
Algorithms that create art, text, and code are spreading fast—but legal challenges could throw a wrench in the works.
A 500-page document reviewed by WIRED shows that Corellium engaged with several controversial companies, including spyware maker NSO Group.
Fossil fuels are rapidly heating the planet, but their aerosols also help cool it. Just how much, though, is a major uncertainty in climate science.
The retailer has a price match guarantee for anything bought until December 24, so get ahead of your holiday shopping list without worry.
Forget the nostalgia of paper and embrace the near-infinite library.
Sunday November 20, 2022. 04:00 PM
Tidy up your phone and get back to basics.
Games for Change is working to support and promote video games that encourage players to be the best versions of themselves.
These frontline birth workers already know how to assist during floods, fires, and earthquakes. They could be doing more.
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