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Thursday December 20, 2018. 10:43 PM
Obama-era regulation was supposed to curtail livestock antibiotics. But consumers are pushing Perdue, McDonalds, Tyson, Walmart, and more to change.
A new DOJ indictment outlines how Chinese hackers allegedly compromised data from companies in a dozen countries in a single intrusion.
Plus: 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' gets a Netflix sequel and 'Aquaman' rules the box office.
The mapping startup wants to pay a volunteer mapping army in cryptocurrency to carry out its data missions.
Good ol' trig: that bastion of angles and triangles is essential to calculating velocity, momentum, and much more.
This year had great blockbusters—'Black Panther'! 'A Star Is Born'!—but there are a few top-notch movies you might've missed.
Just because it's bitter and nasty outside doesn’t mean you have to ride the bus. Stock up on this list of helmets, jackets, and warm stuff.
Nine months after an Uber self-driving car killed a woman in Arizona, the company has resumed testing in Pittsburgh.
Spies try to access government communications all the time. But an incident this week tested the limits of what happens when those compromises get discovered.
The narrative around tech addiction has been driven more by fear than facts. But that's finally starting to change.
The space company spent several days retrieving and inspecting a rocket booster that made an unplanned ocean landing. Now it appears to be toast.
Visionaries thought technology would change books. Instead, it's changed everything about publishing a book.
Bet you already forgot half of Facebook's crises this year.
Wednesday December 19, 2018. 10:50 PM
Be on the lookout for emails that claim to be from the App Store.
Facebook has spent much of 2018 apologizing to people. A recent *New York Times* investigation calls all those apologies into question.
The magic ingredient isn’t glue, or a material that mimics the pad of a gecko’s foot, but voltage. Specifically, electroadhesion.
From Facebook to Mueller, from Theranos to Yanny and Laurel, WIRED readers flocked to the articles that defined a new era.
Victims of online harassment are using their experiences to inform their work—subverting spiteful comments to create meaningful art.
The new battery-powered luxury ride is capable, comfy, and clever.
Amazon's voice assistant made considerable gains in 2018 through the continued refinement of machine learning techniques.
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