People around the world are rallying to subvert Iran’s internet shutdown, but actually pulling it off is proving difficult and risky.
At the heart of every bot-detection tool is a human’s gut feeling—and all the messiness that comes with it.
These WIRED-tested memory sticks are a virtual filing cabinet in your pocket.
The Journalism Competition and Protection Act would allow publishers to finally bargain with Meta and Google.
These cool-looking in-ears pull on the heartstrings of 90s nostalgia, with added environmental efforts.
The announcement came in the most fun way possible, but seriously—maybe it’s time the actor hung up the claws.
Plus: Hackers in paradise, Metaverse fashion victims, and street sharks.
This tough new smartwatch has awesome safety and workout features. It’s also a great way to stay connected in the wilderness—for better and for worse.
Don’t like Apple’s new Stack View at the bottom of your iPhone? Don’t worry, you have a few options.
Plus: WhatsApp plugs holes that could be used for remote execution attacks, Microsoft patches a zero-day vulnerability, and more.
Astronomers mourn the end of an infrared observatory that flew aboard a jumbo jet. It was expensive, but it saw what Earth-based telescopes can’t.
At RE:WIRED Green, scientist Sylvia Earle and climate activist Sophia Kianni discussed ways younger and older generations can work together to face the crisis.
In the closing session of Re:WIRED GREEN, the Louisiana lawyer urged the audience to join the front lines of climate activism.
At RE:WIRED Green, actress Regina Hall and Sarah Shanley Hope of The Solutions Project spoke about the work being done by communities hardest hit by crisis.
The RE:WIRED Green speaker explains how smaller, more efficient reactors will be the bedrock of energy independence.
The UC San Diego researcher spoke at RE:WIRED Green about ways to use advanced control theory and machine learning to maximize sustainable energy sources.
At RE:WIRED Green, San Francisco restaurateur Kayla Abe explained how her kitchen makes enticing meals from ingredients that would otherwise get tossed.
The marine biologist told RE:WIRED Green about his team’s work to breed heat-resistant coral that can continue to support vibrant aquatic ecosystems.
Tropical storms are increasingly likely to batter the US as oceans warm—and will continue to wreak havoc so long as climate change remains unaddressed.
The company will issue refunds as it shuts down its ambitious cloud gaming service.
Illumina just announced a machine that can crack genomes twice as fast as its current version—and drive the cost down to $200 a pop.
Whether you like to spend the fall season indoors or out, we’ve got you covered.
The messenger protocol had gained popularity for its robust security, but vulnerabilities allowed attackers to decrypt messages and impersonate users.
Botmasters have created a Kafkaesque system where companies are paying huge sums to show their ads to bots. And everyone is fine with this.
Stuck indoors with no espresso machine? Not to worry, these tips and tools will help you brew café-quality joe.
Local law enforcement isn’t ready to deal with this new type of fraud, even with shady scams on the rise.
Keep your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods topped up with these WIRED-tested docking systems.
For decades, security researchers warned about techniques for hijacking virtualization software. Now one group has put them into practice.
This week, we discuss guided cooking apps, connected appliances, and all things smart (and not so smart) on our countertops.
The company has a dizzying array of streaming sticks, boxes, and soundbars to choose from, but don’t worry—these are the ones to buy.