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A comprehensive plan to give L train riders new ways to move could offer long lasting benefits to a growing city.
We discuss the good and bad points about the HomePod, and tell you whether it's worth your Satoshis.
There are lots of tax scams out there, but this is the only one that pays you first.
Some of the best (and priciest) outdoor gear around is now steeply discounted.
Sociological research shows that some delinquent boys—but not all—turn into men with no regard for other people's rights.
Paul Manafort's longtime deputy is cooperating with the special prosecutor, so we may soon have answers to these questions hovering around the Russia investigation.
Facebook is locking users out of their accounts until they download antivirus software that sometimes doesn't even work on their computers.
A team of electrical engineering students has a solution to all your charging problems: Lasers.
Months after billionaire Joe Ricketts closed Gothamist and its affiliates, a group of non-profit radio stations is getting the band back together.
WIRED contributor Antonio García Martínez on why Russia's Facebook ads were less important to Trump's victory than his own Facebook ads.
All the filmmaking firepower in the world wouldn't make up for skin that didn't look quite right in the light of the Wakandan sun.
Plus: the rise of electric, dockless bike-sharing, Tesla's crypto currency kerfuffle, and more car news you missed this week.
WIRED contributor Robert Wright on why the government needs to stop Google from monopolizing AI.
Amazon's Mechanical Turk dominates the market for on-demand microtasks. Gems is using cryptocurrency to appeal to workers and task-requesters.
Alex Garland's adaptation is as monstrous as it is masterful—even more soul-shaking than the original.
In a windowless room in Seoul, dozens of security experts train—and watch—for the worst.
For over a decade, US Customs and Border Protection has been unable to verify the cryptographic signatures on e-Passports, because they never installed the right software.
You can use Bernoulli's principle to explain how planes fly—but that isn't the only way.
In a chilly basement room sits a giant dome that looks like part physics experiment and part like that chamber Darth Vader kicks back in.
These positive affirmation apps help you build a positive mindset simply by opening a push alert.