The results—and taste tests—have been promising. Now these ultramodern farmers need their science to scale.
Technologies like hydropanels could keep us hydrated in a hotter, drier future.
Ghostery, Edward Snowden’s preferred ad-blocker, details how a privacy tool can actually make money without being gross.
The world—and Netflix viewers—just needed to catch up.
Researchers want to know how ride-hailing companies are affecting their streets, but don't have much information to help them.
While some writers blame Facebook's ever-shifting algorithm, sketch comedy has evolved in the social-media age to favor the person, not the premise.
The robo-trucking startup moves closer to starting commercial deliveries, no humans needed.
A new working paper considers whether environmental factors can actually increase returns on investment.
WIRED’s newest columnist Renee DiResta on the similarities between ISIS and Russia’s social media strategies—and what needs to be done to stop them.
Yesterday, I got my hands on the source code of an IRC bot written in Perl. Yes, IRC ("Internet Relay Chat") is still alive! If the chat protocol is less used today to handle communications between malware and their C2 servers, it remains an easy way to interact with malicious bots that provide interesting services to attackers. I had a quick look at the source code (poorly written) and found some interesting information:
ISC Stormcast For Thursday, March 8th 2018 https://isc.sans.edu/podcastdetail.html?id=5901, (Thu, Mar 8th)
WIRED columnist Felix Salmon on how Serial paved the way for a new generation of daily news podcasts.
Leaders at the Catholic Church organized VHacks to use technology to solve issues of social inclusion, interfaith dialogue, and resources for refugees.
As MoviePass shoots from 20,000 subscribers to 2 million, lapses in customer service have begun to take a toll.
Sea levels are rising. But the San Francisco Bay Area has another problem: It's sinking. By 2100, it could lose 165 square miles to the sea.
Scientists are experimenting with everything from microwave sterilization to blasts of plasma to ensure food stays appetizing longer.
From drones to duffel bags, we got your back.
EternalBlue leaked to the public nearly a year ago. It's wreaked havoc ever since.
Proposal would grant publishers an antitrust exemption to seek concessions from tech giants, who dominate online advertising.
Scientists want to know more about risk factors, gun epidemiology, and whether laws work.