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Thursday December 21, 2017. 04:00 PM
From Macedonian teens mastering fake news to how one woman's digital life was weaponized against her, the dozen most-read magazine stories of the year.
Thermoelectric generators with no moving parts are small and reliable—which makes them perfect for spacecraft like Voyager and Cassini.
Nobel laureate Susumu Tonegawa’s lab is overturning old assumptions about how memories form, how recall works and whether lost memories might be restored from 'silent engrams.'
The efforts to deliver Elon Musk's tubular travel system are already creating solutions that could make other forms of transit faster and comfier.
Time's ticking, but it's okay! Here are some great tech Christmas gifts with free 2-day shipping.
It's hard to catch everything that gets released. These are the gems that might've escaped your attention.
From a de-icing timing app to laser beams, these innovations will make your experience (a little bit) better.
A small group of scientists have dedicated their careers to unraveling the conifer's genetic secrets.
With polls suggesting that the public favors net neutrality rules, Democrats are poised to make the recent repeal of the rules an issue in 2018 campaigns.
A Health and Human Services hackathon produced smart ideas for the fight against opioid addiction—but can only do so much in the face of a collapsing health care system.
AI researchers are looking for the meaning of our words, defenses against hacking, and teaching robots right from wrong.
Five-foot-tall, 400-pound robots are on a mission to take a bite out of crime. The path there, though, is fraught with ethical pitfalls.
2017 may not have been the calmest of years, but it was an incredible one for videogames.
The mysterious augmented reality company has finally revealed its headset, dubbed the Magic Leap One, and its 2018 plans
Wednesday December 20, 2017. 09:46 PM
Science is going to be tightening belts and looking toward the private sector to for funding. Here are some watchdog-vetted organizations that could use your help.
They can be hacked. They're a privacy nightmare. This year, it's not too late to keep the IoT toys away from the tree.
Meet Kengoro, the humanoid that is strikingly lifelike not just in how it looks, but how it moves.
To safeguard AI, we’re going to need to solve the problem of ‘adversarial examples.’
WIRED readers seemed to be no more interested in Donald Trump than in bananas, which they cared about less than Apple.
Your smelly, used wetsuit just got reincarnated as an eco-friendly yoga mat.
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