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Wednesday February 21, 2024. 07:33 PM
Beyoncé’s new single seems tailor-made for viral dance crazes. It also comes at a time when Universal Music Group artists are still muted on the platform.
The biggest chipmaker in the US is hoping that generative AI—and US government concern about China’s tech ambitions—will revitalize its business.
The proliferation of generative AI chatbots on extremist platforms could lead to increased radicalization, experts warn.
Elon Musk says Neuralink’s first human trial subject can control a computer mouse with their brain, but some researchers are frustrated by a lack of information about the study.
Whether you’re skiing in the backcountry or trampolining in the backyard, we have an activity tracker for you.
Useful quantum computers aren’t a reality—yet. But in one of the biggest deployments of post-quantum encryption so far, Apple is bringing the technology to iMessage.
Most phones are waterproof these days, but not all of them. Here's what to do—and what not to do—if your device takes a dunking.
Anne Neuberger, the Biden administration’s deputy national security adviser for cyber, tells WIRED about emerging cybersecurity threats—and what the US plans to do about them.
Should I flee to a world where the truth might kill me—or seek peace in Russian censorship?
Colossal Biosciences has started work on a five-year-long docuseries that follows its de-extinction efforts. That’s just the beginning of its small-screen plans.
The carbon removal market is fast growing, with an array of different removal methods available to businesses keen to mitigate their environmental impact.
Nearly 11 percent of the students aren't fully immunized, prompting concerns of broader infection.
Tuesday February 20, 2024. 07:00 PM
We tested the end-to-end encrypted messenger’s new feature aimed at addressing critics’ most persistent complaint. Here’s how it works.
Oppo’s flagship Find X7 Ultra has an amazing, versatile quad-lens main camera. Too bad you can’t buy it anywhere but China.
WIRED’s advice columnist on the true purpose of gift giving.
A new workforce of language experts, creative writers, and nuclear physicists are turning to data labor—and potentially making their future jobs obsolete in the process.
LockBit’s website, infrastructure, and data have been seized by law enforcement—striking a huge blow against one of the world’s most prolific ransomware groups.
TDCommons is a free space for inventors to lay claim to breakthroughs without having to file a patent. Why is it so off the radar?
It’s a multibillion-dollar global problem, and in a rapidly electrifying world, the profits—and ease—of stealing metals are only going to increase.
Hydrogen-powered planes, more fuel-efficient aircraft designs, and all-electric parcel delivery services are just some of the ways in which the transport sector is looking to decarbonize.
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