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Monday February 25, 2019. 04:47 PM
Also: Netflix makes a new play for Best Picture and the Carrie Fisher dedication no one expected.
By officially certifying the FIDO2 standard, the mobile OS will soon allow logins to sites and services without having to put in a password.
Common Networks taps Facebook's Terragraph design and millimeter-wave technology to offer home broadband for $50 a month.
Sunday February 24, 2019. 06:20 PM
Microsoft wants the $3,500 headset to be the most advanced mixed reality computer out there.
The Tesla Model 3 loses its *Consumer Reports* recommended status, we drive Hyundai’s hydrogen-powered SUV, and more.
Last week's Twitter conversation was dominated by talk of President Trump's national emergency declaration.
Physicists designed a holographic model for a universe similar to our own that could bring us closer to a quantum theory of gravity.
Saturday February 23, 2019. 03:00 PM
The 2020 disinformation campaigns have started, DrainerBot is coming for your smartphone's battery, and more security news this week.
Videogame creator Lori Ann Cole says stress was an everyday occurrence when she was working on 'Hero U'.
But progress was actually similar to what it was during the Obama era.
Turns out the moon has what we need to make water—and fuel rockets.
The Galaxy S10 isn't the only smartphone to consider. A lot of great devices are on sale this week.
So now, the FDA has announced proposals to update the process for regulating sun protection products.
Samsung revealed not one, not two, but five new smartphones this week – including a folding phone. Axios’s Ina Fried joins on this week’s Gadget Lab podcast.
Friday February 22, 2019. 10:30 PM
The duo's new Showtime program is like watching the best of Twitter in real time.
Plus: WIRED's other pie-in-the-sky Oscar wishes.
In *The Threat*, the former FBI deputy director paints a familiar portrait of Trump, but deepens our understanding of a dark time for agency.
The social network has been criticized for directing users to search for photos only of female friends, not male ones. But it's not all Facebook's fault.
A crash knocked 21 cars out of the Daytona 500. But good news: Everyone walked away, and the video makes for a cool physics problem.
No host? That's a good thing. Here's how to tune in for the (fingers-crossed it's streamlined) ceremony.
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