A federal judge from New York ruled that embedding a tweet containing an image in a webpage could be considered copyright infringement.
A new Justice Department indictment alleges Russia's disinformation operations created bank and social media accounts using the stolen identities of real US citizens.
This week, our guest Nick Thompson talks about Facebook, fake news, Russian propaganda, politics, and journalism.
Robert Mueller's office has come out with a 37-page indictment that details the extraordinary lengths Russian agents went to influence the 2016 presidential election.
It takes a well orchestrated team to build the sport's most epic ramp.
In an excerpt from a new book on Snapchat, Billy Gallagher explains how Facebook fought back against a tiny rival's challenge.
Soon enough, burgers will grow not just in fields but in vats. If the sound of that bothers you, know that you’re not alone.
'Detroit: Become Human' is a gripping, unsettling project, one that David Cage considers his most compelling.
Plus: Tesla Model 3 struggles, GM's car-sharing service expands, and a Corvette drives back from the dead.
WIRED columnist Felix Salmon on how a traffic tax on ride-sharing services would be more effective than congestion pricing.
Ryan Coogler's movie overflows with truth and fire, providing an urgent counter-history for film and mass media.
Google started blocking the web's worst ads in Chrome on Thursday. Here's what it means for you.
After its negligence on Russian election hacking, the Trump administration is taking Russia's global malware attack more seriously.
If you're in the market for excellent noise-cancelling headphones, grab these and don't look back.
If LSD is having its renaissance, 75-year-old English countess Amanda Feilding is its Michelangelo.
From SMS notifications to an egregious number of emails, the social media company's desperation has gone too far.
In the wake of Wednesday's Parkland, Florida, school shooting Russian bots have taken to Twitter to stoke the gun control debate.
The "Protect" menu item in Facebook's mobile apps refers users to the company's Onavo Protect VPN, but the tool falls short of basic privacy standards.
You can measure the height of a drop with just a rock, a phone, and the gravitational force.
Founder of the X Prize is turning his attention to fighting the onset of old age, one stem cell at a time.