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Tuesday November 14, 2017. 01:00 PM
Ok, it's not really a hyperloop, but it *will* get you to the airport.
Economics has problems with bias, reproducibility, and statistical power. You know, like all the other social sciences.
Missouri's attorney general issues a subpoena to Google over antitrust and consumer-protection issues, in what could be the first of many such moves.
Yes, twins can unlock each other's iPhones. But kids accessing their parents' devices raises different concerns.
A rare court case exposes the all-too-common horror of online harassment that followed when one woman broke off a relationship.
Especially if you question its commitment to radical transparency.
A new study finds that the heart-rate sensor in an Apple Watch can suggest health problems, adding to its allure.
Monday November 13, 2017. 09:20 PM
Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the Paris accord—but other Americans are standing with the world to help fight the ‘existential crisis’ of global warming
A provision in the Senate tax-cut bill would tax stock options when they vest, rather than when they're exercised, worrying venture capitalists and entrepreneurs.
Equifax aside, companies are doing better at securing their info. But the phishers keep coming.
The inventor and author talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about progress in artificial intelligence and how humans should control it.
This affordable, tough Amazon tablet is great for kids and parents alike.
The new novel, about a troubled smuggler who finds herself caught up in a metallurgy-based conspiracy, is out November 14.
It's like everything is connected, man.
From coffee and games to headphones and gadgets, here's a selection of gifts for the inexpensive end of the holiday list.
San Francisco startup Embark is using robotrucks to move refrigerators along the I-10 freeway.
'I would say if this is all confirmed, it does mean Face ID is less secure than Touch ID.'
Sunday November 12, 2017. 04:00 PM
Replika, an app that creates an artificially intelligent doppelgänger, offers a glimpse into the future of human-bot interaction.
Twitter is giving users a lot more characters—and boy are folks getting the most out of them.
Thanks to a profitable casino, an Indian tribe gives its members sizeable cash payments. It’s called a basic income and might be the solution to job losses brought on by automation and globalization.
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