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Friday August 24, 2018. 10:25 PM
The Divo is lighter, stiffer, and faster than the (already extreme) Bugatti Chiron.
The social network erroneously turned extra security protections off—after I had *strengthened* my privacy settings.
On this episode, WIRED writer Tom Simonite explains quantum computing to us. Kinda.
The Hybrid European Radio Frequency and Antenna Test Zone, or HERTZ, can mimic signals hurtling at light speed through 500 million miles of space.
This week, we've got Xbox rentals, Steam's ongoing problem with sexy games, and some upcoming swipe-based fun in the *Game of Thrones* universe.
Logitech's new mouse, which went on sale this week, looks like a wave and feels like a handshake. Here’s the story of how it was designed.
Wildfire investigators retrace a fire's path, sifting through the ashes—sometimes literally—in search of its cause. Here's how.
Herb2 the robot is not in its right mind, because clear across the country at Brown University, researchers have compromised it. Robotics, in other words, has itself a security issue.
Shop these end-of-summer deals on Arc’teryx, Jetboil, Burley, and other outdoor brands.
It doesn't get much better than the lighthearted show—which should come as no surprise, given its lineage.
Art cars, crazy costumes, wild bonfires—it's all here.
Thursday August 23, 2018. 11:55 PM
This year, the pilgrimage of more than 2 million Muslims gets an electronic surveillance system that will sound an alarm at the first signal of an outbreak.
The newly unveiled Prototype 10 has just one seat, needs no fuel, and is a sign of where the cars of the future are headed.
The Democratic National Committee now says a fraudulent voter data website it found was evidence of an unauthorized test organized by Michigan Democrats.
Researchers have demonstrated that they can discern individual letters on a display based only on the ultrasonic whine it emits.
It's not a trick question: You can make a battery out of concrete by storing gravitational potential energy.
A new Chrome extension rates news sites on trustworthiness, with input from experienced reporters.
We've tested a bunch of the best latte machines and best cappuccino makers. These are the absolute best devices to make awesome milk and espresso drinks at home.
Vue, an open-source framework, is winning fans among the creators of web applications.
At an event in Denver, companies faced off in a battle to win NASA mentorship—and maybe the chance to put their tech in space.
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