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The 'front page of the internet' is rolling out a massive overhaul. Here's what to expect.
Stanley Kubrick's iconic film gave us Hal and other sci-fi elements. Here's how they stack up against reality.
Lockheed Martin's Low Boom Demonstrator joins the ranks of NASA's famed X-planes—and could bring back the age of supersonic civilian aviation that ended when the Concorde retired in 2003.
It makes all the sense in the world that Apple wants to leave Intel behind. Where it gets tricky is how it gets there.
The music-streaming service listed its shares Tuesday without the traditional bankers or ceremony.
The latest numbers from Elon Musk's automaker show slow but encouraging progress in its fight to deliver history's most anticipated car.
The appointment of Paul Nakasone raises the question again: Should the NSA and Cyber Command be controlled by one man?
Researchers have been super-gluing little barcodes to bumblebees in order to track their movements in unprecedented detail.
We've found awesome deals on some rockin' speakers.
Quality is one sign of a video hoax, but physics gives you indisputable evidence.
Scott Tuason documents the extraordinary creatures he sees while blackwater diving.
Barely bigger than a Tamagotchi, and just as cute.
There are other things you can do besides deleting your account.
Content Marketing Networks, like Revcontent, draw eyeballs for ads with outrageous words and images. But post #MeToo, that strategy might be bad for business.
Between Tumblr witches and the Cult of Kek, neo-occultism is having quite a moment.
The aching eyes, sore muscles, and headaches caused by eye strain can be prevented by following these tips.
The Justice Department is in court trying to block AT&T's planned purchase of Time Warner. Both sides cite Comcast's 2011 acquisition of NBC Universal, but the earlier deal is an imperfect model.
The more like real brains they become, the more useful these organoids are for studying complex behaviors and neurological diseases.
Drivers unhappy about devices that track how much time they spend on the road are taking their grievances to Washington.
WIRED columnist Felix Salmon argues the time has come for Mark Zuckerberg to step aside and give Facebook the fresh start it needs.
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