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The phenomenon known as 'rapid intensification' used to be rare. With climate change, this most deadly type of hurricane is becoming more common.
An unusual new instrument can peer inside a living mammalian embryo and watch its cells grow.
As technology like Google Duplex continues to offload more basic human interaction to robots, it’s worth wondering what else might get lost in the process.
Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students takes place at the US Space and Rocket Center each fall.
Researchers armed with a very fun kind of cannon have shown that drones have potential to do serious damage to aircraft.
Instagram may seem like a passive experience, but it's an easy way to learn things at your own pace—like a good workout regimen.
But when it comes to convenient commuter vehicles, more isn't always better.
Espoused by places like WIRED, early libertarian net culture condemned rigid government systems. Now, those views are mainstream. Heaven help us all.
A widespread shift to autonomous vehicles could weaken America's already slipping stance in a two-front war against pollution and sedentary behavior, which are tightly linked to cancer and heart disease.
For years, China has systematically looted American trade secrets. Here's the messy inside story of how DC got Beijing to clean up its act for a while.
Data from wearables—like location, activity, and heart rate—provide valuable clues to investigators.
Rivals complain that specs for a potential $10 billion contract favor Amazon.
Storm surge depends on wind speed, shoreline shape, and timing. On two out of three, Florida got slammed.
A new report says the Department of Defense "likely has an entire generation of systems that were designed and built without adequately considering cybersecurity."
We are a culture obsessed with flash-in-the-pan memes.
Deep-dive podcasts make info-immersion audio fun.
Growers in California want to do for their legendary marijuana what the champagne appellation has done for French bubbly.
The CW teen soap may be a high drama hormone-fest, but it's got brains. (OK, and biker gangs.)
Technology can be a powerful force for good, but its impacts are unpredictable. On the 25th anniversary of WIRED, technologists should temper their enthusiasm with proper caution.
The Kinergy AS EV tire uses a substance called "Aqua Pine" to improve performance, and is designed to limit noise and improve efficiency.