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The headset 'instantly creates a boundary with the surroundings' and provides 'a psychological personal space', according to Japanese electronics firm Panasonic.
Citi analyst Mark May claims this is due to the increased automation at Amazon as it lessens its dependence on human staff and implements more robots.
Apple's new tablet gets closer to a PC than ever before.
Georgia's secretary of state is also its GOP gubernatorial candidate. And he just claimed that Democrats committed "cyber crimes."
Hot spots have been discovered orbiting just outside the supermassive black hole at the galaxy’s center. Their motions have given us the closest look at that violent environment.
But don't forget about the president's attempts to stop birthright citizenship—or Kanye West's announcement that he's quitting politics.
California lets self-driving cars go fully robo, Tesla upgrades Autopilot, Chevy makes an electric Camaro, and more.
If WhatsApp lacks Facebook’s most talked-about evil features, why is it still a weaponizable conduit for misinformation?
Fry up your holiday bird with far less risk of an oil fire.
The newly released "Navigate on Autopilot" makes choices about when to change lanes, but depends on the human's help—help that will make the system better in the long run.
If you're not careful, websites can grab all kinds of permissions you don't realize or intend. Take back control in your browser.
The idea of using slowness and inaccessibility to push against players bears a powerful resemblance to other corners of the gaming world.
Radiation from neighboring star Gamma Cassiopeiae leads to nebulas’ ruin
A CIA debacle, a new side channel attack, and more security news this week.
That other 10 percent, however...
The average iPhone sold for nearly $800 in the most recent quarter; if the price keeps climbing at that rate, the average price may soon top $1,000.
One obsessive planner, a bunch of data, and a lot of mapping flair makes for a stirring guide to US transport.
Start your holiday shopping early with deals on Alexa-enabled devices, Legos, smart TVs, and more.
VR pioneer Jaron Lanier talks with WIRED about why the original architecture of the internet forced us into a kind of information trickery, and how we can fix it—to everyone’s benefit.
While it seemed like the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X might avoid the practice, Apple now says it will throttle them as well.