President Biden just signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which allocates hundreds of billions to fight climate change. Here’s how to get your share.
Over-the-counter hearing aids will be available by October. They’ll benefit many but could lead to stigmatization, inadequate testing, and even hearing loss.
The company is taking orders for its 155-mph sports car—but sadly the Polestar 6 will be a no-fly drone zone.
The machine learning technique that taught notorious text generator GPT-3 to write can also help robots make sense of spoken commands.
Is that proof of vaccination card too big to fit in your pocket? Stick it on your phone instead.
Climate change is making fire season worse. Now astronomers are feeling the heat.
The company’s latest fitness tracker has onboard GPS and is surprisingly … not as crappy as before.
Hi-res imaging can help determine cause of death in very young babies—giving parents answers without the distress of an invasive autopsy.
A series of incremental changes over the years has transformed the tool from an explorative search function to one that is ripe for deception.
Sophia Papp emerged from an accident with her personality transformed. She tried to continue on as before—until she realized she could reinvent herself.
HBO’s gripping docuseries wrapped last night with a surprising end. WIRED talked to director Todd Schramke about his unusual filmmaking journey.
Influencers are encouraging people to ditch hormonal contraception. Fixing feeds will require mending mistrust between doctors and patients.
For anyone getting back into the sport, or just starting for the first time, here’s the go-to gear to get you rolling.
The legislation adds fuel to a major push for a US battery supply chain. But inconvenient geography is the least of the challenges ahead.
That .edu email is your ticket to exclusive savings on laptops, streaming services, software, and more.
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Small pinpricks of blood are used to screen newborns for serious health conditions—but this genetic data can have legal uses too.
The latest crisis that rocked the Greek government shows the bloc’s surveillance problem goes beyond the notorious NSO Group.
These WIRED-tested two-wheelers will help you scoot scoot scoot around town.
The Gear team spends countless hours in front of displays while reviewing gadgets galore. So we reviewed those too (including a portable screen).
A hidden link between two seemingly unrelated particle collision outcomes shows a mysterious web of mathematical connections between disparate theories.
Here are the best disposable coverings we’ve tested and researched—and where you can find them.
Calls to “democratize technology” ring hollow when both systems seem to be failing. The key is realizing that democracy is not yet in its final form.
Keep private photos, videos, and documents away from prying eyes.
A hacker has formulated an exploit that provides root access to two popular models of the company’s farm equipment.
The Veterans Affairs’ VistA software has a vulnerability that could let an attacker “masquerade as a doctor,” a security researcher warns.
Plus: Ring cameras get their own show, Google calls out Apple’s messaging, and we unpack Unpacked.
These are our favorite Windows notebooks, MacBooks, and Chromebooks.
Plus: Cisco gets hit by ransomware, Twilio gets phished, a new way to fight email spammers, and much more.
Mountaintop removal destroyed Appalachia’s land. Then came the floodwaters.