The country’s hackers have gotten far more aggressive since 2015, when the Ministry of State Security largely took over the country’s cyberespionage.
Day: July 19, 2021
Hungry Wild Pigs Are Worsening Climate Change
When the invasive swine root through soils around the world, they release as much carbon dioxide as a million cars. Good luck getting rid of them.
Jeff Bezos Is Going to Space. Day One: Countdown
WIRED is reporting daily from Van Horn, Texas, where the Amazon founder will be among the first passengers aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket system.
Best Tents for Campers, Backpackers, and Families
Picking the appropriate shelter can make a big difference in comfort for you or your family. Let us help you find the right one.
Warby Parker Revamps Its Eye Exam App—and Bets on Telehealth
The eyewear company’s new app for vision prescription renewals illuminates the promises and potential pitfalls of the growing interest in remote health care.
The Pentagon Is Bolstering Its AI Systems—by Hacking Itself
A new “red team” will try to anticipate and thwart attacks on machine learning programs.
Why Not Use Self-Driving Cars as Supercomputers?
Autonomous vehicles use the equivalent of 200 laptops to get around. Some want to tap that computing power to decode viruses or mine bitcoin.
These Astonishing Minecraft Builds Were Years in the Making
Creative and dedicated, the master builders of the best-selling video game have forged some incredible structures.