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Thursday October 26, 2017. 03:15 PM
The company aims to build a new class of wireless, always-connected medical devices.
This lightweight, powerful computer is unlike any Chromebook you've used before.
Nintendo has always had a knack for making fun out of the uncanny. Super Mario Odyssey takes that to an extreme, and it's all the better for it.
Looking for an affordable, console-friendly headset? Grab the Turtle Beach Stealth 600s.
The president signed a memo directing the FAA to figure out how to get commercial UAVs into American skies.
The AmosConnect 8 web platform has vulnerabilities that could allow data to be exposed—underscoring deeper problems with maritime security.
One of the biggest and best studies of alcohol's effects on health is underway. But funding from the alcohol industry is already undercutting its results.
Most of them are morally questionable, but some have decent benefits packages.
It might sound like the warm-up room of an '80s synth rock convention, but the feature is meant to warn walkers that a very quiet electric car is coming.
Apple's Core ML is a boon for developers, but security experts worry that it also could make it easier for bad actors to snoop on your private data.
Wednesday October 25, 2017. 10:34 PM
A billboard in the heart of Silicon Valley declaims the evils of the region and touts the virtues of New York.
If the US government is going to ban Kaspersky's software, it owes it to the rest of the world's security to say why.
3 Amazon Kindles, including the Paperwhite, are $30 cheaper this week.
Crispr-Cas9's off-target effects can rewire DNA the wrong way. A new class of more targeted gene editors could help.
Amazon Cloud Cam and Amazon Key ($250) literally open your home to strangers.
The massive robot can replicate human motions with incredible smoothness and accuracy.
Gregor Sailor captured almost two dozen fake urban landscapes for his fascinating new photography book.
This stylish messenger bag puts everything in its place.
While British rappers have come to the forefront thanks to Drake, Simz is bringing her music Stateside in a way that's unmistakably her.
WIRED asked Caleb McLaughlin and Finn Wolfhard to give us a peek inside their smartphones. Here's what we found.
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