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A social media campaign against forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts is a rare example of employees from different companies joining together.
With true autonomy proving harder than we hoped, some companies are refocusing on systems that split the work between human and machine.
Last week, the internet was consumed with talk of President Trump's attempts to get funding for a wall on the US southern border.
A Hyundai with legs, a Tesla Model S robot death stunt, and all the happenings out of Vegas that you missed.
Dark matter may occasionally interact with minerals in the earth, leaving traces that physicists hope to decipher.
From mirrors with speakers to picture frame wireless chargers, we're deep into the age of multi-function devices.
A German hack confession, unencrypted government sites, and more security news this week.
It’s gases to gases, dust to dust in cold, dark space. Also, Jupiter has rings.
The BBC series recently completed its first season with Jodie Whittaker as the titular Doctor—a welcome addition to the franchise.
Elon says he'd use SpaceX propulsion tech to make a Roadster take flight, and we have thoughts.
The agency has charged wireless chip maker Qualcomm with imposing a "tax" on the makers of smartphones like Apple and Samsung.
Has CES whet your appetite for gadgets? From Withings watches to Xbox keyboards, here are our favorite weekend picks.
As the city gets ready to open the long-awaited SR 99 tunnel, it exhumes a crucial ramp it intentionally buried in 2013.
WIRED’s Gadget Lab team kicks off the new year with a wrap-up of the year’s biggest electronics show. Plus, an interview with Reddit’s Jen Wong.
Even juicy divorce speculation represents a chance to acknowledge how myriad factors—and people—contribute to the success of a company like Amazon.
The hour is one of cycling's oldest and most prestigious records: How far can one person ride a bicycle in 60 minutes?
Security researchers suspect that Iran has spent the last two years pilfering data from telecoms, governments, and more.
Data Mining for Random Patterns Invites Bias and Lacks Value
Plus, a Bungie breakaway, overenthusiastic algorithms, and the rest of the week in gaming news.
Weather forecasters may soon use a technique called radio occultation, which infers the state of the atmosphere from various broadcasts.