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This week made it clear that the technology is racing into to our consumer immersive-tech devices. But with great power comes great responsibility.
The online classified site, and others, say they fear increased liability for content posted by others under law intended to curb sex trafficking.
With $380 million in the spending bill earmarked for securing digital elections, the time for talk is over.
This week, Alex Davies and Aarian Marshall join us to discuss the latest news in self-driving car safety.
Trump stands for coal. Congress doesn't.
On Friday, after months of silence, Tumblr named 84 accounts it says were devoted to spreading propaganda and disinformation on the platform.
A new indictment asserts a long string of attacks against hundreds of universities and private companies, in which Iran pilfered more than $3 billion worth of intellectual property.
Fit everything for your trip into a bag that slides under the seat in front of you.
On a scale from "light thwack" to "geez, watch it with that thing!"
Ryan Coogler’s massive Marvel movie has the potential to kick down doors for scores of other directors, with Ava DuVernay helping to lead that charge.
All of WIRED's coverage on the scandal plaguing the social media giant.
Plus, Elon Musk gets a nice Tesla compensation package, and everything else you missed this week.
Micron Technology is the only remaining US maker of DRAM, the short-term memory chips found in computers and smartphones.
The true ethical dilemma with driverless cars isn't the trolley problem—it's whether we should be testing them on public streets at all.
In four months, the southern California town has seen mudslides, the largest wildfire in state history, and now flash floods.
For all its scale and sound, the kaiju sequel packs none of the punch of the 2013 original.
It was already hard for researchers to use Facebook's data. It looks like it's about to get harder.
President Trump says he will impose tariffs on about $60 billion of Chinese goods in response to "tremendous intellectual property theft."
If you're ready to quit Facebook, here's how to replace everything you might miss.
They know a fair bit about monsters. They also know if their movie passes the Bechdel Test or has a post-credits scene.