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Friday January 15, 2021. 07:29 PM
In an interview with WIRED, the famously fired DHS official shared insights on election security, disinformation, SolarWinds—and what to do about Trump.
The show's third season jumps forward 1,000 years into the future. It helped the show not stay mired in old ideas.
Plus: Zuckerberg’s community manifesto, how to hold platforms accountable, and an accidental admission in Congress.
Google researchers say the campaign, which booby-trapped sites to ensnare targets, was carried out by a “highly sophisticated actor.”
Officials from NASA and NOAA say the warming of both the planet’s air and water are driving weather disasters.
This week, we recap the news, trends, and stand-out gadgets from the first-ever virtual CES.
Researchers are finally getting good data on how severely SARS-CoV-2 affects children and how they transmit it. What does it mean for reopening classrooms?
A sprawling tactical industry is teaching American civilians how to fight like Special Ops forces. By preparing for violence at home, are they calling it into being?
Should you go Ultra or snag the S21+? We break down the differences between the company’s new phones and round up the best deals.
Sure, the metaphor is imperfect. But as the encyclopedia enters its 20th year, it's worth reflecting on the 'rules of the game'—and how they might change.
A Harvard medical student submitted auto-generated comments to Medicaid; volunteers couldn’t distinguish them from those penned by humans.
It has a lot to do with unity—and a little something to do with earworms.
Thursday January 14, 2021. 08:19 PM
The consumer electronics show was virtual this year, and the WIRED Gear crew watched all the Zooms to bring you this list of nearly 80 products, trends, musings, and photos.
Computational biologists used an algorithm meant to model human language to instead predict how viruses could evolve to evade the immune system.
A trio of new Android phones—the S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra—are joined by new Bluetooth earbuds and a Tile-like tracker.
After the 2012 mass shooting, many asked: If this doesn’t lead to change, can we ever expect change? We should be asking the same of the insurrection.
MMORPGs and even social media can trace their roots to games that used simple text commands to construct vivid, fantastical worlds.
An economist looks at public safety during the Covid lockdowns and also at the time of Spanish Flu.
The model had shown promise in Flint before officials rebelled. Now Toledo is using it, while incorporating more public input.
Much of the trade show’s flashy tech will never hit store shelves, but here are a few gadgets that are already available.
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