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WIRED photographer Amy Lombard captures the glory, chaos, and optimism of CES 2019.
Expect to see more systems like Guardian's Optical Cabin Control as cars start to drive themselves—and need to watch their masters.
Despite a recent strategy change, the app-based shuttle service couldn't make its business work.
An Alphabet shareholder takes aim at exit payments to executives who had been accused of harassment, including a $90 million package for Andy Rubin.
Sex robots and VR porn are fine, but a robotic vibrator that delivers a blended orgasm to women is immoral and profane? Oh the hypocrisy.
Researchers built a tool that can predict where you live and work, as well as other sensitive information, just by using geotagged tweets.
Also: The new Dune movie has found its villain, and Lady Gaga wants her R. Kelly collaboration to step off of streaming services.
This year’s CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, continues Thursday. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The eVTOL aircraft may look strange, but it's a clever machine built for the coming age of air taxis.
What looks like magic is actually the electrostatic force in action, suspending objects in air by manipulating their electrons.
When cities hand off infrastructure projects to private companies, they often end up screwed. Now, they're learning.
Meet the quantified kid: More gadgets let you track data from before birth and into their teens. But you it probably won’t make you a better parent.
WIRED's picks for the stand-out products from this year's CES consumer electronics fest.
Spooked by massive wildfires, a California city launches a crowdfunding campaign to hire goats to clear brush at the edges of town.
Bob Wells, a 63-year-old YouTube personality, has been living the #vanlife since 1995. He’s managed to make a living—and inspire a generation.
Months after Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon promised to stop selling user location data, the practice continues.
Research shows that direct appeals from the president don't sway people, and neither do fact-checks from the media. But they do keep us talking.
This year’s CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, continues Wednesday. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Opinion: As Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube crack down on extremist propaganda, ISIS recruiters are exploiting lesser-known messenger apps.
Just because it's winter doesn't mean there's not plenty of new stuff on the way. Gather 'round the glowing magic box.