@jack is out at Twitter, but his crypto-mania is alive and well under Parag Agrawal.
Throughout the continent, the former CEO’s hubris and negligence allowed disinformation and abuse to run rampant.
Learn how to use tethering to turn your phone into a Wi-Fi hub for other devices to connect to.
There’s a lot to be gleaned from people’s listening patterns in the past year.
Plus: In memory of Jim Warren, a whole lot of space trash, and Omicron’s path.
This week, we imagine a new version of the web that takes the power from the platforms and puts it back into the hands of the people.
The company’s decision to delay the rollout makes sense—because its initial plan never did.
We use video analysis to compare an animated liftoff to an actual one, proving that truth is more boring than fiction.
A new scientific field proposes an idea that could help generate food and energy while reducing a building’s cooling costs.
There was a time, not so long ago, when Meta’s big-money deal to acquire Giphy would have been waved through. No more.
An attacker exploited a vulnerability in MonoX Finance’s smart contract to inflate the price of its digital token and then cash out.
A new crop of Section 230 reform proposals focuses on amplification, not content moderation. But the devil is in the details.
The platform joins Google and others in requiring stronger protections for its most vulnerable users.
WIRED spoke with Maria Ojala, a psychologist studying climate anxiety, about how you can stay focused and active in the face of dread.
The researcher, who says Google fired her a year ago, wants to ask questions about responsible use of artificial intelligence.
This new modular camera borrows some ideas from competitors like Insta360 and GoPro—and it holds it all together with magnets.
Nations around the world made a vital climate crisis declaration to save forests within the next decade. Can they actually do it?
AAA titles often feel exploitative of trans people and trauma. But some indie games are getting it right.
“We tend to think we are the be all and end all—but we’re not. The sooner we can realize that the natural world goes its way, not our way, the better.”
A New York City law requires algorithms used in hiring to be “audited” for bias. It’s the first in the US—and part of a larger push toward regulation.
When fire ignites, the race begins to alert the state’s residents of the path of destruction. One of the leading voices lives on the other side of the world.
Payments company Square has a new name befitting its CEO’s blockchain obsession.
Led by vice president Kamala Harris, the first council meeting of the Biden administration drew attention to keeping space safe for NASA and industry players.
What do you get when you slap 3D-printed raptor legs on a quadcopter? A robot that can land like a falcon to keep an eye on the forest.
On November 25, two planes took off from South Africa for Amsterdam. By the time they landed, the Omicron variant had thrown the world into chaos.
So far, panic about the mysterious new Covid variant has outpaced actual information. Here’s what scientists around the world are trying to uncover.
Pocketalk’s mobile device acts as a real-time translator so two people can hold a conversation while speaking different languages.
Academics claim they can sniff out the telltale signs of troll-like behavior. But is it really as simple as monitoring cute animal postings?
Employer support for staff who wish to freeze their eggs has great potential—but broader support for parents still lags behind.
Facing a tight labor market and even tighter schedules, some companies are hiring employees, with benefits.