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The mystery involves alleged murder, buried gold, and a hedge maze. Got seven hours to mainline the new show? The post The Creators of Serial Are Back With a Binge-Ready New Podcast appeared first on WIRED.
Satellite companies have mountains of data. Some of them analyze in-house, while others sell their data. Who will dominate the new space information economy? The post The Race to Rule the High-Flying Business of Satellite Imagery appeared first on WIRED.
An organ-on-chip model of the female reproductive tract includes a miniature ovary, uterus, fallopian tube, cervix, and liver. The post Scientists Build a Menstrual Biochip That Does Everything But Bleed appeared first on WIRED.
Trump is embracing the cult of innovation in government. But as he learned last week, moving fast and breaking things doesn't always work in Washington. The post Innovation Can Fix Government, Sure. Either That or Break It appeared first on WIRED.
Science experiments don't always provide the data needed to definitively answer a question. Such is the nature of science. The post In Science, You Can't Always Get What You Want appeared first on WIRED.
The stentor is one of the strangest, most mysterious organisms on Earth, and it just might be swimming in a pond near you. The post Stentors: The Tiny Giants That Ink Like Squid and Regenerate Like Wolverine appeared first on WIRED.
We know where this season is going—let's pump the brakes on all these mini-cliffhangers and just get to the catharsis. The post The Walking Dead Recap Season 7 Episode 15: Can People Just Start Fighting Already, Please? appeared first on WIRED.
Spanish architect David Romero is resurrecting Frank Lloyd Wright's lost buildings one hyper-realistic rendering at a time. The post Beautiful Renderings Resurrect Frank Lloyd Wright's Demolished Buildings appeared first on WIRED.
Kambalny, the southernmost volcano in Kamchatka, erupted unexpectedly over the weekend, sending ash up over the Pacific Ocean. The post A Russian Volcano Just Erupted for the First Time in Centuries appeared first on WIRED.
Even amid controversy over effectiveness and dangers, the spring-loaded electrified Taser remains pretty much the only option. The post The Eternal Search for a Gun That Doesn't Kill appeared first on WIRED.
Congressional phone lines are often busy. Voicemail is often full. Stance will keep calling until your message gets through. The post Want Congress to Protect Your Privacy? A Clever App Makes the Call for You appeared first on WIRED.
Internet giants have vacuumed up the world's AI talent, but they still need more. Now they're trying to cultivate it in-house. The post I Took the AI Class Facebookers Are Literally Sprinting to Get Into appeared first on WIRED.
Earlier this week President Trump told a reporter "I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president and you're not." Twitter had some thoughts on that. The post While You Were Offline: Trump Is President and You're Not, FYI appeared first on WIRED.
Examine evolution over the course of years or centuries, and you'll find that it progresses much more quickly than it does over geologic time. What gives? The post Evolution Is Slower Than It Looks and Faster Than You Think appeared first on WIRED.
Hackers claim that they'll wipe out hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts on April 7. Apple says there's no breach. Here's what to do in the meantime. The post How to Protect Your iCloud Account, Juuust in Case Those Hackers Aren't Joking appeared first on WIRED.
The antifascist doxxing guru thinks hate should have consequences. But doxxing anyone is morally sticky. The post Meet Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Insatiable Doxxer of Fascists and Nazis appeared first on WIRED.
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: FedEx Offered Customers Five Bucks to Re-Install Flash appeared first on WIRED.
Brands boycotted Google this past week when they learned their ads were appearing on hateful videos. The pressure could finally force the company to change. The post YouTube's Ad Problems Finally Blow Up in Google's Face appeared first on WIRED.
An up-close of Mars dunes, dwarf planets, and a massive protostar from this week in space. The post Space Photos of the Week: Codependent Spiral Galaxies Dunno Who They Are Anymore appeared first on WIRED.
Humans are really, truly terrible drivers, and the robots Uber is racing to build could save a whole lot of lives. The post Uber's Self-Driving Crash Proves We Need Self-Driving Cars appeared first on WIRED.
It might be a 'Vampire Diaries' spinoff on the CW, but it surprisingly—and consistently—explores America's cultural dynamics. The post TV's Best Political Show Might Just Be The Originals. Yeah, the One With the Vampires appeared first on WIRED.
The GOP and White House just lost big on health care. And it's Trump's ultimatum that may have cost them the vote. The post How Trump's Ultimatum Gambit Sank His Health Care Bill appeared first on WIRED.
The FDA is issuing a new warning on anesthesia for infants, and it poses a difficult question for doctors. What's more dangerous: pain or pain treatment? The post How Can You Measure How Much Pain a Baby Feels? appeared first on WIRED.
The world's greatest technocrats follow the cardinal rule of drug dealing: never get high on your own supply. The post Tech Bigwigs Know How Addictive Their Products Are. Why Don't the Rest of Us? appeared first on WIRED.
"Synlight," as it's called, puts out light 10,000 times as intense as that of the sun. The post Photo of the Week: Scientists Fire Up the World's Largest Artificial Sun (Without Melting Earth) appeared first on WIRED.
The world of videogame-related YouTube content can be a minefield—so we've got some family-friendly (or at least not wildly problematic) suggestions. The post 5 YouTube Gaming Channels That Haven't Gone Full PewDiePie (Yet) appeared first on WIRED.
Few things so clearly represent China's influence in West Africa as the ships pulling fish from its fisheries. The post Inside China's Almost-Totally-Legal $400M Fishery in Africa appeared first on WIRED.
The bug potentially puts every Windows antivirus program at risk, but also hints at more fundamental problems with relying on AV. The post The Clever 'DoubleAgent' Attack Turns Antivirus Into Malware appeared first on WIRED.
The company has a new AI lab in the hope of becoming the chipmaker of choice for the world's smartest machines. The post The Battle for Top AI Talent Only Gets Tougher From Here appeared first on WIRED.
While Silicon Valley titans are drunk on the transhumanist promise to cure death, people are dying of curable problems that technologists ignore. The post Silicon Valley Would Rather Cure Death Than Make Life Worth Living appeared first on WIRED.
Wuu provides a private place for sharing stuff with friends. Nothing more. No ads, no influencers, no BS. The post The Guy Behind Ello (Remember Ello?) Just Built a Better Snapchat appeared first on WIRED.
If Democrats, Republicans, and the telecommunications industry can agree on anything, it's that robocalls are the worst. The post Phone Companies Will Soon Banish Robocalls. For Real This Time appeared first on WIRED.
Senators could vote as early as today to not only reverse the Obama-era FCC's action but block the agency from passing similar rules in the future. The post The Senate Prepares to Send Internet Privacy Down a Black Hole appeared first on WIRED.
The technology underlying bitcoin could fuel powerful systems for forecasting the future—and create a digital feed for facts. The post Forget Bitcoin. The Blockchain Could Reveal What's True Today and Tomorrow appeared first on WIRED.
You'd think internet companies would want to stay far, far away from "trending" news after one Menlo Park-based social giant's unfortunate history The post LinkedIn Tries to Do Trending News in a Non-Disastrous Way appeared first on WIRED.
Rep. Devin Nunes made some unprecedented statements today. But even if they're true, they don't prove what the White House wishes they did. The post Don't Buy the Latest Trump Surveillance Hype appeared first on WIRED.
Samsung is getting serious about its voice-assistant game, but Bixby has a lot of promise and a long journey ahead. The post Samsung's Bixby Hopes the World Needs Another Voice Assistant appeared first on WIRED.
According to Google's own stats, only half of Android devices received a security update any time in 2016. The post Good News: Android's Huge Security Problem Is Getting Less Huge appeared first on WIRED.
Cronyism aside, is that so bad? The companies Gottlieb has worked with do vital work that few others can afford to do. The post Trump's FDA Pick Has Friends in Big Pharma. But Who Doesn't? appeared first on WIRED.
Improvements to water quality or fishing controls don't prevent underwater heatwaves damaging coral, studies of mass bleaching events reveal The post Only an End to Global Warming Can Save the Great Barrier Reef appeared first on WIRED.
Smart devices are great—until they peep on damsels, kidnap old men, and attack murderous xenophobes. (OK, maybe that last one's fine.) The post Beauty and the Beast, Still a Cautionary Tale About the Smart Home appeared first on WIRED.
In his new show, the superhero catches himself on a pole. Let's look at the stopping force and acceleration involved. The post Iron Fist Can Totally Break His Fall With a Pole. Physics Says So appeared first on WIRED.
Engineers believe they can shove a record amount of data through the internet's undersea pipes. But the record isn't as interesting as who ran the test. The post Facebook's Epic Data Blast Is Good for Everyone—Especially Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Even after FBI Director James Comey said there's no evidence President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, the White House is sticking to its story. The post Not Even the FBI Can Get Trump to Drop His Wiretap Claims appeared first on WIRED.
Opinion: The Trump administration should direct more funding to TSA programs that prevent actually terrorism---not the air marshals. The post Trump's TSA Budget Fails to Cut the Obvious: Air Marshals appeared first on WIRED.
Think finding a job is hard? Try getting one in Italy, where thousands of people will turn up for one position. The post Wanna Be a Cop in Milan? Well, So Do 10,000 Other People appeared first on WIRED.
What happens when you get a sock stuck in your vacuum cleaner? The motor sounds like it's working harder, but is it? The post Got a Sock Stuck in Your Vacuum? It's Time for Some Physics appeared first on WIRED.
These are just 5 of the 215 titles from Resist Jam, a recent game-development campaign centered around the theme of resistance to oppression of all forms. The post 5 Clever Quickie Games That Let You Fight the Man appeared first on WIRED.