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Tuesday November 20, 2018. 12:00 PM
The US Department of Defense's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program is testing a new arsenal powered by lasers, plasma, chemical irritants, and more.
Michael McAlpine, a mechanical engineer at the University of Minnesota, has spent the past six years making a less synthetic kind of prosthetic.
Earthbound beams of light help a telescope in Chile stabilize flickering from afar.
Efforts to bring broadband connections to small communities signal the potential to reboot the spirit of the web.
WIRED's Tom Simonite, with little programming experience, used open source tools and data to create art with machine learning.
The buck-toothed rodents have long taken the lead in forging civilization's path forward.
Robbie Barrat shared code to generate art with AI. To his surprise, a Paris collective used it to create a portrait that sold at Christie's.
Monday November 19, 2018. 11:21 PM
Everything you ever wanted to know about Amazon, data privacy, and those weird new register-free retail stores.
Cryptojacking officially knows no bounds.
Also: Apparently, General Mills is soliciting ideas for Hollywood productions based on its monster cereals.
We sat down with Magic Leap's Brenda Freeman to discuss the future of immersive media when it means wearing AR goggles on your face.
Don't worry, there are still plenty of 'Mandalorian' developments still afoot.
This is the first consumer-oriented drone that actually earns the Pro name.
Veritas is offering DNA reading, cheap, for two days. But most consumers don’t understand the difference between that and a 23andMe test.
A new kind of solar cell called a perovskite is improving rapidly, bringing the prospect of solar-powered vehicles, clothing, and windows closer to reality.
We all suffer when platforms, their users, and governments fall for the tactics of attention-gamers.
One firm spent more than $2 million to advertise on the social network in the no-man's land of digital political ads.
Sunday November 18, 2018. 04:00 PM
This year's best food books reflect the importance of community, whether it's about saving the world or just understanding it a little better.
The best deals on consoles, controllers, headsets, VR, and other gaming gear for Sony, Microsoft, PC, or Nintendo fans.
Don't look now, but there's a sequel to the horror movie known as Last Week.
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