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Friday May 14, 2021. 08:38 PM
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
For his new book Press Reset, journalist Jason Schreier spoke to countless game developers who have had their lives upended by the industry.
In early experiments, a paralyzed man with implants in his premotor cortex typed 90 characters per minute—by envisioning he was writing by hand.
Plus: The iPod’s cultural importance, the fate of Loon’s balloons, and the price of an SNL appearance.
And that's (mostly) a good thing.
The unlikely success of DuckDuckGo suggests a way to escape surveillance capitalism.
Anna Kendrick’s rotating spacecraft cleverly uses cables and a counterweight to make artificial gravity. But scaling them would be harder than it looks
This week, we talk to the author and journalist about his new book on the retail giant and its famous boss.
Virtual school after a snowstorm is yet another kind of techno-solutionist slush that should be plowed away.
The home workout app Obé Fitness turns your living room into a high-end fitness boutique.
Talk is cheap, unless you’re an in-demand content creator for platforms like Clubhouse and its many clones.
Stopping payments would go a long way to stopping ransomware. But the choice is never quite so easy.
The spate of cases is a bad bounce—and it might show that lifting mask mandates for the vaxxed won’t be a grand slam.
Thursday May 13, 2021. 11:06 PM
The so-called Frag Attack vulnerabilities could let hackers steal data or compromise connected gadgets.
Thousands of would-be investors are joining Discord groups that promise big earnings by manipulating the crypto market.
But driving millions of gallons of gas around the country is trickier than you might think.
WIRED will be playing Subnautica: Below Zero and talking about ocean—and space—exploration with scientists from NOAA and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
Some high-end televisions already cost 30 percent more than they did last summer. As the crunch continues, expect more gadget prices to spike.
According to a new paper, the company’s own research showed that human activity was a contributor, but public statements suggested otherwise.
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