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Saturday December 22, 2018. 02:00 PM
They'll use AI and millimeter wave technology to speed you through the lines and even monitor crowds from afar.
As employees and researchers push back, companies including Google and Microsoft are pledging not to use powerful AI technology in certain ways.
From our favorite phone to the best smart-home innovation, this is all of 2018's best gear.
Friday December 21, 2018. 07:30 PM
Wired’s Gadget Lab team sums up this year in tech. Plus: An interview with the CEO of a futuristic fitness company.
A major election, holiday travel, and violent clashes in the Democratic Republic of Congo are confounding all attempts to contain Ebola's spread.
Photographer Reuben Wu devised a creative way to shoot Peru's Pastoruri glacier at night.
The battery-powered ride may not revolutionize how we get around, but it could make life on the road a lot more enjoyable.
Elby asked: How do you get people on an electric bike who have never biked before?
The Defense Department wants to use AI in warfare. In the aftermath of Project Maven, it still needs Big Tech’s help.
YouTube has had a harrowing, high-profile year, and its growing pains reflect the garbage mess that is America in 2018.
Juul, maker of the best-selling e-cigarettes, agrees to accept a $12.8 billion investment from Altria, the maker of Marlboro cigarettes.
Thursday December 20, 2018. 10:43 PM
Obama-era regulation was supposed to curtail livestock antibiotics. But consumers are pushing Perdue, McDonalds, Tyson, Walmart, and more to change.
A new DOJ indictment outlines how Chinese hackers allegedly compromised data from companies in a dozen countries in a single intrusion.
Plus: 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' gets a Netflix sequel and 'Aquaman' rules the box office.
The mapping startup wants to pay a volunteer mapping army in cryptocurrency to carry out its data missions.
Good ol' trig: that bastion of angles and triangles is essential to calculating velocity, momentum, and much more.
This year had great blockbusters—'Black Panther'! 'A Star Is Born'!—but there are a few top-notch movies you might've missed.
Just because it's bitter and nasty outside doesn’t mean you have to ride the bus. Stock up on this list of helmets, jackets, and warm stuff.
Spies try to access government communications all the time. But an incident this week tested the limits of what happens when those compromises get discovered.
Nine months after an Uber self-driving car killed a woman in Arizona, the company has resumed testing in Pittsburgh.
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