The Chinese automaker and the star-studded self-driving startup have joined forces.
Nintendo's latest set of Switch peripherals bring the whimsy back into gaming.
The numbers we have are a little jumbly, but they're the best we've got—and they do tell an interesting story.
After months of lurking unused in Google's flagship Pixel 2 smartphone, the company's first homegrown, consumer-focused processor springs to life.
With elite athletes competing in the Olympic debut of Big Air in Pyeongchang, South Korea, expect to see more attempts of the quad cork 1800.
Opinion: NASA is looking at sending people back into space. But taxpayer dollars are better spent on unmanned missions.
The long-awaited and long-troubled Han Solo standalone movie finally has a full trailer. Watch it here.
WIRED’s new columnist Virginia Heffernan on how she escaped trolls by “moving” her Twitter to Germany.
The Uber of Singapore has figured out how to make ride-sharing work in the developing world: rethink everything.
Virtual reality has struggled to take hold in the world of Too Much Content, but here’s how (and where) it can thrive.
Number one: Robots can't be idiots. Number two: They probably shouldn't fall into fountains, either.
The falling cost of genome sequencing means the World Anti-Doping Agency could build a genetic baseline for every athlete.
Not all shares are created equal, and preferences for some shareholders can leave employees with nothing after a company is sold.
Once again, brands turned football's biggest game into a night of hugely expensive one-upmanship. No complaints here.
Social media dissected a lot of the facts of President Trump's speech to Congress. But it was a spelling error that brought the LOLs.
As sleep gadgets become more and more bizarre, the 25-pound Gravity Blanket offers an intuitive approach: Lie down, pull up the covers, and close your eyes.
No good can come of turning a basic transaction into a “pay what you want” situation. Especially when employees—ahem, contractors—earn less than a living wage.
Quantum computers should soon be able to beat classical computers at certain basic tasks. But before they’re truly powerful, researchers have to overcome a number of fundamental roadblocks.
The Mars rover is driving along the Vera Rubin ridge, a slope rich in clay minerals that require water to form.
A major uptick in driving on batteries will stress today's aging grid, but also offer an opportunity to make it way better.