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The team might operate like a fast-moving startup, but Golden State's rise and fall proves the influence of tech insiders hasn't revolutionized the NBA all that much.
A California law requires many contractors to be treated as employees. One temp agency startup might stand to benefit, by taking the workers onto its payroll.
PCs running Windows 7 will still function but the Redmond, Washing based Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, software updates or security fixes.
Researchers studied hundreds of research papers on Antarctic Peninsula Region to find the species of plant and animal which are most likely to invade in the next decade.
Vodafone has expanded its next generation mobile network to more locations in the UK including Belfast, Edinburgh and Leeds. It has also expanded to Cheadle, rochdale and Stockport.
The revealed images of the South Korean firm's Galaxy S20+ shows that the handset will feature a four-camera setup on the back along with a flat screen and thin bevels.
You can’t choose when your time runs out, but you *can* opt to transmute your ashes into diamonds or be buried in fungus.
It's déjà vu all over again at CES, where the future of transportation isn't that different from what we have now.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced last week that they will “step back” as senior royals. Social media went nuts.
New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of “flatland.”
If you have a Facebook account—and even if you don't—the company is going to collect data about you. But you can at least control how it gets used.
New imagery provides insight into how the giant cloud got its distinct shape.
Now that the first season of 'The Mandalorian' is done, one thing is clear: Its protagonist needs more sidekicks.
Snooping Ring employees, Skype contractors, and more of the week's top security news.
The Android devices are a part of the FCC's Lifeline Assistance Program, which makes free or subsidized phones available to millions of low-income users.
From *Final Fantasy VII Remake* to *Halo Infinite*, here's everything you need to play this year.
Most of CES’s flashy tech is months, maybe years, from hitting store shelves. Here are a few devices you can order now—and some extra deals we like.
Companies like Twitter and Facebook have begun to carve out a space for users that’s more like real life—with more options between shouts and whispers.
WIRED photographer Amy Lombard captures the glory, chaos, and optimism of the consumer tech extravaganza.