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Monday January 18, 2021. 02:00 PM
The robo-vessel will map the ocean floor, and its solar-powered sensors will sample fish DNA and collect climate data.
Elemental reactions, like shooting a dynamite-filled barrel or using an ice spell to cross a stream, are an important way for designers to bring worlds to life.
Reopening in the fall was a massive gamble. At one high-poverty elementary school, navigating the risks paid off.
Over the course of his presidency, he managed to be consistently wrong, outrageous, and dangerous in equal measure. We look back at his most notorious remarks.
Sunday January 17, 2021. 08:49 PM
Launching rockets from planes is a decades-old concept that never really took off. Billionaire Richard Branson thinks its time has come.
Our nation’s failure to invest in information technology has severely limited our Covid response. A federal chief experience officer could change that.
There are dozens of ways to tote around your photo and video gear. We’ve reviewed our favorites.
Imagine if we lived on a cube-shaped Earth. How would you find the shortest path around the world?
We spoke to two award-winning authors for their tips on how to make it from start to finish. Here's how they take notes, organize chapters, and—yes—get comfy.
In an interview with WIRED, former secretary of defense Ash Carter discussed how to build morality into AI—and make sure other countries do too.
Here's how to keep your recommendations and history at least semi-private. No one needs to know how much Bridgerton you watched.
If the Covid vaccine push has proved anything, it’s that big government works.
Saturday January 16, 2021. 04:40 PM
The two major investigations into the origins of the pandemic are compromised by potential conflicts of interest. Those problems need to be fixed—fast.
Plus: A dark web takedown, a bitcoin scam, and more of the week's top security news.
In botanic gardens around the world, the reproductive future of the famously smelly plant is threatened. A new collaborative program wants to save it.
If the dots on the loading screen were planets, is their motion realistic? And can we actually model it?
Everyone in the game may be hot, but some of the characterizations we see aren't as subversive as you might think.
The Mini 2 is still lightweight yet has enough flying power for some windy conditions, and it comes equipped with a better camera.
Friday January 15, 2021. 08:56 PM
Should it have happened at all?
Check out the replays of our talks with former US defense secretary Ash Carter, Nobel laureate Jennifer A. Doudna, Slack CEO Scott Butterfield, and more.
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