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Wednesday May 1, 2019. 03:00 PM
They can turn videogames into a whole new experience.
The entertainment behemoth applies its adaptive streaming algorithms to sound.
WIRED is proud to stand with a group of editors and publishers to spotlight journalists under attack worldwide.
The laws governing DNA data in the US are patchy and incomplete. Yet people keep putting their DNA on the internet, compromising everyone's genetic anonymity.
He was going to sell his antivirus software company to Symantec for $20 million. But Sonja Hoel had a smarter, better offer.
Insanely precise atomic clocks are letting astrophysicists image black holes, steer spacecraft, and maybe one day hunt for gravitational waves.
OpenAI, a research institute cofounded by Elon Musk, aims to create artificial intelligence that's better than people at everything.
Whether you're into Zelda or Star Wars, the entire site is 25 percent off (and 81 percent off clearance items) until midnight.
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Tuesday April 30, 2019. 11:21 PM
Mueller is done and Rosenstein is on his way out the door, but federal and state authorities around the country are still investigating the president and those in his orbit.
At TED 2019, Hannah Gadsby gave a speech full of contradictions, jokes, and harsh truths.
At F8, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a subtle redesign for Facebook that places more emphasis on Groups and new products like Secret Crush.
Halving the orbital altitude of its broadband satellites will ensure rapid re-entry and latency as low as 15ms.
The new dating feature will let you express romantic interest in up to nine friends at once.
The new stand-alone virtual-reality headset lets you roam without wires. This is the VR you've been waiting for.
The Apache Software Foundation, steward of the world's most popular web server, has moved most of its open source projects to GitHub.
When Facebook kicks off its annual developer conference with a keynote address on Tuesday morning, we'll be liveblogging it right here.
Scientists propose a framework for modifying AC units to suck in carbon dioxide and spit out fuels for use in vehicles like cargo ships.
Ryan Young captured the drifting action in his series 'Home on the Grange'.
A new report enters the debate over whether an EMP from a nuclear blast or a solar flare would cripple the power grid and concludes that actually, we'll probably be OK.
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