The self-driving startup's computer-vision-wielding truck drives like a champion—until a system freeze cuts a test-drive short.
“We've recognized that the company is generally seen as liberal by policymakers,” a government-relations executive told Google employees in February.
Even before cameras, our globetrotting has always been marked by the urge to capture what we see—and what others saw before us.
Today is the last day members of the public can comment on a Trump administration proposal to radically restrict legal immigration.
The Thwaites Glacier is crumbling into the sea. Now scientists must answer two questions: When will it take the plunge? And can our coastal cities be saved?
Doug Engelbart didn't just want to show off new technology. He wanted to demonstrate a system for improving humanity.
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Last week, the blogging platform had a rough go of it. And that was just the beginning.
From merino wool to space gel, we put eight different long johns to the outdoor test.
These over-ears and earbuds will add some silence and serenity to your day.
A weird thought experiment has shaken up the world of quantum physics by calling into question our assumptions about how the world works.
In this excerpt from Valley of Genius, author Adam Fisher sketches how Doug Engelbart came up with many of the ideas of modern computing.
A NASA spacecraft has traveled a long way to get a piece of a rock.
China accusations, Eastern European bank heists, and more of the week's top security news.
Bailey thinks we're drawn to apocalyptic stories because personal tragedies can feel like the end of the world.
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The Mueller investigation has a long way to go, but the worst case scenario seems increasingly likely.
WIRED writer Emily Dreyfuss joins the Gadget Lab to talk about Tumblr's porn ban and where active members of that community are headed next.
More than 100 researchers who hoped to attend a big AI conference in Montreal couldn't get visas.
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