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Thursday March 21, 2019. 12:00 PM
Apple's littlest iPad gets an update.
Banishing zombies and tracking down Russia propaganda—on the front lines with the social site’s volunteer army.
Historians are using data science to unearth overlooked female power brokers, imperial influencers, and other figures hidden in ancient texts.
It’s a technology called platooning, and it could be safer and more efficient than regular truck-driving, but easier to implement than full-on robo trucks.
Wednesday March 20, 2019. 09:18 PM
Older Android devices—of which there are over 100 million still in use—will remain exposed.
The latest penalty---stemming from how Google previously displayed search results on other websites---probably won't act as a deterrent, and critics want more.
Stanford professor and former Google employee Fei-Fei Li is the force behind the new Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.
The new AirPods have better battery life, come with a wireless charging option, and ship next week for $159.
Two young photographers covered last week's global climate protests for WIRED: 'There was this pride that we can do this by ourselves if we have to.'
The new $399 headset from the Facebook-owned company features some key improvements. But you still have to plug it into a computer.
Startups like Sanctuary aim to do for astrology what Headspace did for meditation: reinvent it for an anxious, wide-eyed, phone-clutching generation.
Amazon just debuted a new ebook reader, and it's already the best Kindle you can buy.
Everything you need to know about THC, CBD, terpenes, and the entourage effect.
Critics say Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are quicker to block content from ISIS than from white nationalists.
When it comes to figuring out a membership model, MoviePass is more ‘Groundhog Day’ than ‘Social Network.’
Calyxt is the first with its gene-edited oil, but several other companies also have edited foods in the works.
Authorities in Pakistan use stringent laws to prosecute blasphemy—even “crimes” as innocuous as liking a post on Facebook. Vigilantes have been known to murder the accused.
Airbnb, the nation's second-most-valuable startup, is battling cities from Boston to San Diego over collecting taxes and enforcing zoning rules.
As part of a settlement of five legal cases charging that Facebook allowed advertisers to discriminate against minorities, the company is making changes to its ad-targeting technology.
Tuesday March 19, 2019. 10:56 PM
J.K. Rowling seems to have lost touch with, if not downright alienated, the portion of the internet she hopes to engage with and delight. Are fans partly to blame?
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