Some lights claim they max out at 900 lumens, but you can use a light sensor to make sure for yourself.
The White House's proposal might work for wealthier urban areas, but offers little help for cash-poor locales.
Today’s update makes the image-saving service an even more capable productivity tool.
After more than a century, engineers are still finding ways to squeeze more power from less fuel.
Equally notable are the experts Facebook did not consult: Two large nonprofits say they weren’t informed about the app until weeks or days before its debut.
When it comes to space, China has always come in third place. But a new partnership with Luxembourg might launch it into orbit.
Rachel Morrison is the first female cinematographer to be nominated for an Academy Award—and continues to blaze a trail.
In a Senate hearing Tuesday, the heads of the three-letter intelligence agencies detailed their greatest concerns.
Environmental scientists are using their models to pit drones against delivery trucks.
Figuring out the Mississippi’s hydrodynamics matters so much that Louisiana has dropped $18 million on a 10,800-square-foot model of Big Muddy’s sinuous meanders.
WIRED columnist Jason Pontin on how robotic automation could someday transform human employment—and what we will owe our new AI workers.
A new survey shows that California residents—and the Bay Area specifically—has had it up to here with Big Tech.
Using data from smartphones, satellites, remote sensors, and census surveys, modelers can create synthetic populations—and watch what they do in a disaster.
The saying goes, "On the internet, no one knows you're a dog." Is that a good thing for an app for teens?
Leaders behind Silicon Prairie, Silicon Shire, and Silicon Holler say they see the flaws in the nation's tech hub, and hope to avoid the same mistakes.
In the age of push notifications it's nearly impossible not to get spoiled on a big win. Should fans just accept defeat?
Optimized for your phone—permanent and searchable like the best of the web.
Maven isn't just a way to rent Chevy Malibus by the hour. It's a way to gain crucial logistics and fleet experience as the world shifts away from private car ownership.
The SpotMini extends an arm out of its head and turns a handle and opens the door and then props it open for its (armless) SpotMini friend to walk through.
While NASA and space enthusiasts have been talking about privatizing the ISS for years, Monday’s announcement is the first time the idea has been officially endorsed by the White House.