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Remember the dust-up between Taylor Swift and Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West? It's like that, but politics.
As the platform gains more mainstream popularity, illicit livestreams of soccer, boxing, and MMA matches have become trivial to find.
XDA Developers says that the phone will come with a traditional headphone jack and as well as an in-display 'ultrasonic' fingerprint scanner, the likes of which has caused trouble in the past.
What if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex became influencers? First, they probably aren’t. But even if they did, experts say calculating their value is complicated.
The idol is a symbolically carved wooden statue from the Pachacamac archaeological complex that lies 19 miles (31 kilometres) south of Lima.
Denmark was hailed as the best place to start a family because of its 'generous maternity and paternity leave policies'. Britain scored poorly in income equality and political stability.
Astronomers in California have discovered a new class of objects at the centre of our galaxy, which look compact most of the time but stretch out when their orbits bring them closest to a black hole.
Japan's Himawari-8 satellite captured the eruption Taal volcano in the Philippines from space, which shows the plume spread over the course of January 12 and 13.
The ripple in the fabric of spacetime was spotted by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in the USA.
Their bodies are being weaponized for online harassment—and the experience, actors say, is eviscerating.
US-based researchers found that 14 per cent of young people aged 12-17 in 2019 have sent sexually explicit images while 23 per cent have received them.
In a video Q&A with Wired Jack Dorsey was asked if there'll be an edit button for Twitter in 2020, which he replied 'The answer is no' because the firm wants to 'preserve the vibe' of the original design.
Aussie scientists have dug up what they think is a new species of dinosaur and a relative of the T. rex. The 93 million-year-old dinosaur bones were found near Winton in central Queensland.
The project puts DIY shelters built by the unhoused in some of San Francisco's most valuable homes.
Rob Spence, 47, lost the sight in his right eye as a child following a shotgun accident. On having the eye removed in 2008, the Canadian decided to replace it with one containing a video camera.
The ubiquitous compounds known as PFAS are nearly indestructible. But scientists are learning to split their ultra-strong carbon-fluorine bonds.
Samsung’s new artificial humans look, blink, and smile like us. But bots still shouldn't deal with complex human emotions.
WIRED spoke with the winning contestant of Netflix’s reality show about the apartment, the rules of catfishing, and what’s next. (Spoilers ahead.)
If the EU Government in Brussels forced iPhones sold in Europe to have a new charging platform, the change would likely be rolled out worldwide by Apple to avoid manufacturing two cables.
Watching every piece of canon that's featured Patrick Stewart could take a while. Focus here instead.