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To spectators, Mark Zuckerberg's appearance before Congress marked a crisis at Facebook. To tech's elite, it was a demonstration of how the Valley operates.
Rube-Goldbergesque IoT hacks are surprisingly simple to pull off—and can do a ton of damage.
The black-and-white portraits capturing more than 100 WIRED staff members in profile were created by New York–based artist Simone Noronha.
The photographs of Britney Spears, Donald Trump, and others aren't what they seem.
Almost none of them are about wigs.
New research shows just how prevalent political advertising was from suspicious groups in 2016—including Russian trolls.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli had to learn in a hurry in order to capture footage for the NatGeo docu-series 'One Strange Rock.'
The TESS satellite will hitch a ride atop a Falcon 9 rocket to search out new worlds.
SoftBank's $93 billion Vision Fund is making big bets on real-estate-focused startups.
The ride-hailing company is working with DC to share info—and the much coveted curb.
Last week, the internet was locked in heated discussions about Michael Cohen, Facebook, and House Speaker Paul Ryan.
With the Nokia 3310 and 8110, feature phones are back and better than ever.
Decades after stumbling upon a stunning coincidence, researchers are close to understanding the link between two seemingly unrelated geometric universes.
Reed Hastings, CEO and founder of the streaming giant said he believes in sharing information broadly, while Apple locks everything down tight.
From Theodore Roosevelt to John Kennedy, presidents have often taken on big business, in both word and deed.
'Ready Player One' isn't that movie.
Russia bans popular encrypted chat app Telegram, China's facial recognition system flexes, and more security news this week.
No matter if you're looking for a Kindle or an OLED TV, we've got what you're looking for this weekend.
Unearthly celestial events, Martian craters, and Jovian storms.
The recent Facebook drama has shown that people need more explicit information before they give access to apps.