The video game-style secrets to self-driving cars, Waymo and Uber face off, and more car news from this week.
In an age when professional athletes are off-court performers as well, the NBA's Griffin soars above the rest of the league.
Shape memory alloys could make plane wings that flap, to reduce drag, or increase stability in supersonic flight.
Quantum computers hold great promise but aren't useful yet. Still, some companies are testing them for future applications in chemistry, banking and other fields.
The Netflix adaptation has its moments, but never manages to marry its plot with the bigger ideas lurking in its premise.
Lots of people with tech backgrounds are making a run in 2018. How much they play that up, though, depends on the district.
WIRED’s new columnist Jason Pontin on the limits of modern artificial intelligence.
The NFL has to figure out how to deal with the effects of CTE in its players. Screening is one part of the answer—the other is prevention.
The Switch is already a huge hit. But how can Nintendo maintain its momentum?
D.J. Soto believes Christianity can be renewed through worship in virtual reality. His VR mega-church is even attracting atheists.
Our full guide to streaming the Super Bowl online (and the Puppy Bowl and Kitten Bowl).
Even if they roboticists solve the privacy and security problems of droid sex, society is going to have to answer a very hard question: Can you consent to sex with a robot? Can it consent to having sex with you?
Online poll adds to concerns that political divisions are affecting tech workplaces.
When it launches from Cape Canaveral, the Falcon Heavy will be the most powerful lift vehicle in the world.
The Alexa voice platform and other deep learning projects have made Amazon an AI leader.
The social network has maxed out on ads, but is charging more for each ad. To continue doing so, it will need better targeting techniques.
From iPads to Xboxes, there are some great tech deals going on right now.
The Alphabet company is the latest to offer an "operating system" for the age of urban mobility.