For years, China was rumored to be behind the health insurance company's massive data breach, but now the Justice Department is noticeably silent on the hackers' motives and affiliation.
The YA drama about power and privilege is ambitious, but it leans too heavily on tropes.
Missouri Republican Josh Hawley is planning to introduce a bill titled, "The Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act."
Work Sharp's sharpener, with its flexible belts, puts a fine edge on your everyday kitchen blades.
Scientists warn that governments have about 11 years to enact large-scale changes to stop global warming. The next administration will have even less time.
In 2017 Ryan Chylinski quit his job and hit the road in a camper to photograph rockets. A full-time rocket chaser, he's helping dig up details on how SpaceX really works.
Recent innovations—and several new entries—make mirrorless cameras a category worth watching.
In his new biopic, Dome Karukoski tells the story of J.R.R. Tolkien's early life, straining for connections that might be irrelevant.
Companies like Forte and Animoca want to use blockchain technology to allow players to trade skins and other in-app purchases.
Catch up on the most important news today in 2 minutes or less.
Google's ChromeOS has its roots in Linux, but until now you could only run some Linux apps on some Chromebooks.
The Amazon founder today revealed the details of Blue Moon, the lander he will use to ferry supplies—and eventually humans—to the lunar surface.
The president is threatening to lift tariffs on Chinese-made goods to 25%. The effect of last year's tariffs has been surprisingly muted.
One frame from the 39-second clip highlights the fiction of the American Dream.
The cochair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation talks to WIRED about what international aid can teach Silicon Valley, and why you should put down your phone.
The director congratulated Marvel on sinking his 'Titanic' at the box office.
It symbolizes a lot more than just a production goof.
Photographer George Marazakis documents traces of human activity for his series 'A Cure for Anthropocene'.
The game is a visual novel that shows a trans person's struggle to find safety in a society built to exclude her from the very concept.
It’s not the fraud or the hype. Theranos was a bad idea because it was a medical hack disguised as a solution. Same goes for a new generation of high-tech storefront clinics.
Subscribe to Wired News feed