FCC commissioners employed dubious information and curious logic before voting to repeal net neutrality rules.
Planet hunters didn't just stumble onto Kepler-90i. The secret to their success: a neural network trained to identify exoplanets.
The FCC has voted to roll back net neutrality rules. Read the statements of dissent from the two Democratic commissioners for a better understanding of just how much damage that can do.
Groups plan to contest the FCC decision's to repeal net neutrality rules.
Fecal transplants care caught in a legal limbo, even as they grow in popularity.
The massive additions to Disney's library mean it could be a serious player in the ever-splintering streaming market.
Andrew Ng, formerly of Google and Baidu, has a new company to help manufacturers use artificial intelligence techniques.
In one of the only games to ever stir something religious inside of me, color follows you wherever you go.
A rare and dangerous new form of malware targets the industrial safety control systems that protect human life.
WIRED's guide on what net neutrality is—and why you should care about it.
A new study mathematically models the real problem with traffic: You’re not keeping the right distance from the car behind you.
There are still a lot of superb holiday tech deals left for 2017, from audio and phones to gaming and TV.
Current voting patterns in the South are related to ancient sea creatures. Yes, really.
The man trying to build tunnels around the country is awfully unimpressed by the basic concept of shared, mass transportation
China is taking the idea of a credit score to the extreme, using big data to track and rank what you do—your purchases, your pastimes, your mistakes.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died Monday, was a housing advocate who became a tech ally. His successor likely won't be so business-friendly.
The electric car? That’s just the beginning.
The DDoS attack that crippled the internet last fall wasn't the work of a nation-state. It was three college kids working a *Minecraft* hustle.
Fewer people have scaled an old-growth redwood than summited Mount Everest. Now it's your turn.
In his new book, "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing," Daniel Pink scours psychological, biological, and economic studies to explore what he calls the overlooked dimension.
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