The apparel and shoes for team USA were designed for peak performance—ecologically and athletically.
In a warped version of international cooperation, the Games could provide a place for variants of the virus to spread and then return home with athletes.
A decryption tool has emerged, meaning any victims whose systems remain locked up can soon breathe easy.
InSight and Perseverance have sent back unprecedented data on everything from marsquakes to the Red Planet’s inner layers.
The long-awaited tiny gaming device will be available to purchase next week, with shipments beginning before the end of the year.
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Amnesty International sheds alarming light on an NSO Group surveillance tool—and the gaps in Apple’s and Google’s defenses.
From Groundhog Day to Interstellar, filmmakers love messing with timelines. Thankfully, that makes for mind-bending entertainment.
Corning has a developed a new version of Gorilla Glass optimized for smartphone camera lenses that it claims will lead to a boost in photo quality.
WIRED spoke with Troy Baker—who’s worked on Fortnite, The Last of Us, and BioShock Infinite, among others—about his prolific career.
No longer just an online movement, Black Twitter takes to the streets—and finds its voice.
To simplify the world of 360-degree photos and videos, the company might’ve gone a little too far with the Iqui.
The move follows an executive order issued last week by the White House urging the agency to secure consumers’ rights to fix their own gadgets.