It’s spendy, but this portable board folds up compact enough to fit in (relatively) small spaces.
Plus: Indian hacker-for-hire groups, Chinese student espionage efforts, and more.
Plus: Insta-delete your Instagram account, TikTok is eyeing your wallet, and Google makes it easier to switch from iOS.
Whether you’re on a train, in the mountains, or at home when your wifi cuts out, you can still get a lot done. All it takes is a little preparation.
By studying the so-called mean temperature of restaurant seafood, scientists have shown how the species that fill our plates have changed with time.
Independence Day is here, and so are the savings. We’ve rounded up plenty of sales on air purifiers, smart speakers, massage guns, and more.
With impressive digitized performances and seamless storytelling, Supermassive Games’ newest title hints at the future of both mediums.
The big sale event is notoriously full of lackluster deals. Here’s how to cut through the clutter to find the real gems.
From TVs and smartphones to laptops, we found great discounts on some of our favorite products ahead of the retailer’s big sales event.
Deck out your new phone with wallet cases, kickstands, wireless chargers, and charging adapters.
There’s little reason to pay top dollar for a smartphone. These Android devices and iPhones—ranging from $150 to $500—stood up to WIRED’s testing.
GEC.inc, a small Costa-Rica based collective, has freed the surprisingly fun turn-based ‘Doom RPG’ from a pre-iPhone world.
It’s a sign of the times: the off-kilter ’90s nostalgia that’s also bringing back Rage Against the Machine’s “Killing in the Name.”
The era of removable SIM cards will come to an end. It’s time to get acquainted with its next, tinier evolution.
Scientists are getting closer to understanding the neurology behind the memory problems and cognitive fuzziness that an infection can trigger.
Abortion access groups and activists say they have been dealing with algorithmic censorship for years.
Putting sensor-packed Chinese cars on Western roads could be a privacy issue. Just ask Tesla.
There’s huge potential to generate renewable energy far out in the ocean. But designing turbines that can survive rough waters isn’t exactly a breeze.
The court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA doesn’t go as far as some climate activists feared it might. But it’s a road map for future challenges.
A new European Union law will set rules for what the technology can and can’t do to people, like whether it’s OK to deploy lie detectors at borders.
Researchers say the remote-access Trojan ZuoRAT is likely the work of a nation-state and has infected at least 80 different targets.
The failure is not only in the spurious systems, but in the belief that more data can improve them.
Audio jacks are endangered, but they’re not gone. Here are some of our favorite smartphones that still let you plug in.
These services deliver freshly roasted, delicious coffee right to your door—each with its own twist.
This week, we talk with author and venture capitalist Matthew Ball about the metaverse and whether this next generation of the internet will ever really materialize.
Scientists show how microbes living in a salty spring near the North Pole might resemble those that could have survived on the Red Planet—or in ocean worlds.
As Uber and its ilk face high prices, increased regulation, and labor shortages, a new cooperative model is thriving.
The movie takes itself far more seriously than the George Saunders story at its core.
China dominates the global supply chain for lithium-ion batteries. Now rival countries are scrambling for more control over “white oil.”
Plus: Google issues fixes for Android bugs. And Cisco, Citrix, SAP, WordPress, and more issue major patches for enterprise systems.