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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested features in cars from Tesla, BMW, Mercedes, and Volvo and found they all had issues. Here’s where safety rankings would come in handy.
Google Assistant finally gets a screen, making it an ideal kitchen companion. Our full review of the 8-inch and 10-inch models.
If you write polemics, you make enemies; you lose friends; you get trolled. But it’s the job.
The club drug might be the next big depression treatment—but how best to use it remains unknown.
Does more engagement mean your message is resonating with more people? For politicians campaigning on social media, focusing too much on shares and likes might be a mistake.
The Tesla CEO tweeted he had secured funding for a buyout of the electric carmaker, and market madness ensued.
A growing body of research suggests that medication abortion could be offered without any in-person interaction at all.
Also known as Brendan Greene, the game's creator helps out fans in our newest episode of "Tech Support."
What may strike next, the World Health Organization fears, is something no doctor has ever heard of or knows how to treat. It’s come to be known as Disease X.
To hover a human over the ground, you need some serious engineering—and the momentum principle.
Motorola goes all-in on Mods and glass with its new Moto Z3 phones. Our full WIRED review.
The startup wants to become the go-to source for the tech to make trucks drive themselves.
If data-labeling companies like Scale API have to re-do the same kind of work for multiple autonomous driving companies, the really important stuff—the weird edge cases—might get missed.
We could make people less stinky, more resistant to radiation, even less dependent on food and oxygen. But would the new creature be human?
A new guidebook for tech companies helps them imagine future scenarios where their tech might end up causing societal harm.
Incompas was formed to represent upstart rivals to the Baby Bells. Under a former congressmember, it has expanded to include tech giants.
The processor that makes your laptop or cell phone work was fabricated using quartz from this obscure Appalachian backwater.
Rebounding from Oprah's couch was its own impossible mission.
Moderating content requires expensive lawyers, well-run operational teams, and a lot of money. But as Facebook builds these complex systems, it becomes harder for an upstart to replicate.
The battle over Alex Jones illustrates how Facebook and YouTube's strength has become their greatest weakness.