• By Wired   -   Apr 23, 2018

    STAR WARS NEWS: 'SOLO' ISN'T REALLY AN ORIGIN STORY

    It's more of a tale of how Han became Han, you know?

    Culture
  • By Wired   -   Apr 23, 2018

    CORALS ARE IN SERIOUS TROUBLE. THIS LAB COULD HELP SAVE THEM

    Scientists reach a milestone in establishing a captive coral population that could reproduce year after year, allowing researchers...

    Science
  • By Wired   -   Apr 23, 2018

    WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN FACEBOOK'S 'DOWNLOAD YOUR DATA'

    Facebook says users own their data and touts its "download your data" tool. But the download doesn't include everything Facebook knows...

    Business
  • By Wired   -   Apr 23, 2018

    SILICON VALLEY'S LATEST REVOLUTION: CUTTING OUT WALL STREET

    Companies like Uber and Spotify don't need IPOs anymore, and that's turning the finance industry on its head.

    Industry, Finance, Ideas
  • By Wired   -   Apr 22, 2018

    JAMES COMEY'S MEDIA TOUR TOPS THIS WEEK'S INTERNET NEWS ROUNDUP

    Last week fired FBI director James Comey went on a massive media tour-and the internet followed every minute of it.

    Culture
  • By Wired   -   Apr 22, 2018

    WHY SO MANY PEOPLE MAKE THEIR PASSWORD 'DRAGON'

    The mythical creature's popularity says a lot about the psychology of password creation.

    Security
  • By Wired   -   Apr 22, 2018

    AFTER UBER'S FATAL CRASH, SELF-DRIVING CARS SHOULD AIM LOWER

    Stop talking about saving the world, and focus instead on making tangible improvements to people's lives.

    World, Transportation
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    SPACE PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: LIGHT A CANDLE FOR HUBBLE, STILL GAZING STRONG

    The best way to mark the space telescope's birthday is by looking at nebulae.

    Photo
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    WHAT IF ALIENS WERE TOTALLY OBSESSED WITH US?

    The extraterrestrials in author Mercurio D. Rivera's 'The Love War' have a soft spot for humanity.

    Culture
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    MACHINE LEARNING'S ‘AMAZING' ABILITY TO PREDICT CHAOS

    In new computer experiments, artificial-intelligence algorithms can tell the future of chaotic systems.

    Science
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    XBOX HACKING, LINKEDIN BUGS, AND MORE SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK

    Security
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    JUST HOW RANDOM ARE TWO FACTOR AUTHENTICATION CODES?

    Have you noticed patterns in those ephemeral, six-digit tokens? There's a reason for that.

    Science
  • By Wired   -   Apr 21, 2018

    THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS COULD KEEP SELF-DRIVING CARS SAFE

    A heat-seeking view of the world could provide one more way for robo-cars to stay out of danger.

    World, Transportation
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    DNC LAWSUIT AGAINST RUSSIA REVEALS NEW DETAILS ABOUT 2016 HACK

    In suing Russia, the Trump campaign, and others over the hack of its systems in 2016, the Democratic National Committee has also filled...

    Democrats, Security
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    GADGET LAB PODCAST: THE TECH WE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT

    This week, we discuss our personal relationships with our most beloved gadgets.

    Tech, Gear
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    HOW TO BUILD CUSTOM ALEXA SKILLS FOR THE AMAZON ECHO

    The new Blueprints tool makes it easy for anyone to build custom skills for Alexa.

    Gear
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    'WESTWORLD': HERE'S WHAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN IN SEASON 2

    HBO's futuristic thriller has a whole lot of explaining to do.

    Culture
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    ESSENTIAL PHONE DEAL: NOW $350 UNLOCKED

    One of the best flagship phones of 2017 just got a massive price cut.

    Gear
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    THE SELFIE AS WE KNOW IT IS DEAD

    Selfies may not be cool anymore, but their spirit lives on-just as it always has.

    Culture
  • By Wired   -   Apr 20, 2018

    THESE SURREAL PORTRAITS ARE LIKE MATHEMATICAL PUZZLES

    Kensuke Koike adds nothing and takes away nothing from the portraits he alters-just rearranges the parts.

    Photo