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Ninety-four district election officers. Thirteen hundred electoral jurisdictions. Multiple law enforcement agencies. The fight to keep the midterms safe has an unimaginable scope.
Despite its resemblance to past MacBooks, Apple’s new ultra-thin laptop has enough improved features to warrant replacing your old one.
Plus, how Siri, Alexa, and even Snapchat can keep you informed throughout the day.
A company called Epik, whose CEO defended Gab, offered domain-hosting services, while Cloudflare continues to protect Gab from denial-of-service attacks.
Facebook took down Donald Trump’s ad for violating its policies, but you can still watch the video on his profile.
Einride, the startup now running a small robo-trucking service in Sweden, says that self-driving tech is a key enabler for electric propulsion.
The fan-favorite zombie-killer is getting a series of feature-length films.
Networks and streaming services are placing viewers at the scene of the crime, but what's keeping them there?
The tech-funded science awards are attempting to bring glory to basic research, but so far they have done little to challenge the status quo.
The premier episode of WIRED's *[De]Constructed* takes a gleaming looking into the guts of a vintage Harley Davidson Shovelhead.
The Know-It-Alls: Our in-house experts answer questions about your interactions with technology.
A new paper concludes that it takes more than four times as much energy to mine $1 of bitcoin as mining $1 of copper.
And apparently, the Mandalorian is taking his place. Kind of.
An MIT team built an algorithm to optimize bell times and bus routes. The furor around the plan offers lessons in how we talk to people when we talk to them about artificial intelligence.
With political action committees, the modern antivaccine movement is taking its fight for medical freedoms to the campaign trail. And that has public health experts worried.
The progressive group wants to swing the 2018 elections with a strategy that bears some resemblance to Cambridge Analytica's.
Apple's new tablet gets closer to a PC than ever before.
Georgia's secretary of state is also its GOP gubernatorial candidate. And he just claimed that Democrats committed "cyber crimes."
Hot spots have been discovered orbiting just outside the supermassive black hole at the galaxy’s center. Their motions have given us the closest look at that violent environment.
But don't forget about the president's attempts to stop birthright citizenship—or Kanye West's announcement that he's quitting politics.