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Wednesday January 6, 2021. 03:00 PM
Employees admitted to using stolen passwords and URL guessing to access confidential data.
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This electric scooter offers a stable ride at a relatively affordable price, though its bulky design isn’t the best for apartment-dwelling city slickers.
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Stuck home or not, it's always a good idea to invest in better sound. Our advice and gear recommendations can help.
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Immunization against Covid-19 is not going perfectly, but at least it's going. Let's give credit where it's due.
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WikiLeaks successor DDoSecrets has amassed a controversial new collection of corporate secrets and is sharing them in the name of transparency.
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Jason Furman, a top economic adviser to President Obama, says good ideas come from everywhere—but Trump has dissuaded tech workers from coming to the US.
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The self-driving vehicles smashed, burned, flipped, and tipped. But the ambitious race through the Mojave launched an industry.
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Assembling a computer yourself is a good way to learn about how it works. It’s also a lost art—one due for a revival.
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Academics often research minority communities in the hope of helping them. But too much time under the microscope can cause its own harms.
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Tuesday January 5, 2021. 04:00 PM
From Dune to Black Widow, a ton of films got delayed due to Covid-19. Here are the ones WIRED is hoping to see, whether at home or (finally) in a theater.
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This month’s focus is on Zhang Zhan, who had been posting reports from Wuhan since early February. She was arrested in May.
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The software helped create an amateur internet. It’s a far cry from the glossy, corporate one we know now.
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Kick over this robot and it’ll quickly right itself—not because someone told it how, but because it taught itself to overcome the embarrassment.
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If your budget is tight, this Android smartphone is a smart buy.
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Candidates and organizers are flocking to the platform, with the hope of reaching voters who would normally be disengaged.
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In 1995, a WIRED cofounder challenged a Luddite-loving doomsayer to a prescient wager on tech and civilization’s fate. Now their judge weighs in.
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Monday January 4, 2021. 07:54 PM
Christopher Nolan's latest has lots of mind-bending action scenes, but not much character development.
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The ruling is based not on whether the WikiLeaks founder violated the Espionage Act, but on the implications of subjecting him to the US carceral state.
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Changes proposed by the Wikimedia Foundation to diversify its community of editors raise existential questions for the online encyclopedia.
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Researchers slap a living antenna on a drone to give the machine an insanely keen sense of smell. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the “Smellicopter.”
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