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In 'Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories,' writer Vandana Singh crafts tales as strange as the universe itself.
A major botnet, an Equifax indictment, and more of the week's top security news.
Short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, Steve was first spotted by a citizen scientist, and he sure is pretty.
The crash on Sunday that drowned five people could have been averted with rules that prevent open door flights with non-quick-release harnesses.
The "quick build" process used to put up the span that fell and killed six people is actually quite common—and has been around for decades.
The Colombian-American hacker became famous in the early 2000s for breaking into the systems at organizations like *The New York Times*, and later for his role in Chelsea Manning's arrest.
This week, we discuss augmented reality and the hype around smart glasses.
YouTube and other tech giants have repeatedly turned to Wikipedia to help solve some of their biggest problems—often without giving back.
Despite warnings and flagged accounts, Zello left accounts with ISIS flag avatars and jihadist descriptions live on its service.
Facebook Lite, a trimmer version of the mothership app, rolls out to the US, UK, Canada, and more on Friday.
With fighter jets, bombers, and other aircraft soaring through the skies, the Dayton Air Show draws more than 40,000 people each year.
The rapper's partner Quelle Chris designed and animated the video to look like classic 1990s arcade fighter games.
Plus: Waymo puts passengers in its truly driverless cars, Lyft makes a move for self-driving dominance, and more.
To see how airports prep for disaster, I joined the volunteer zombie corps and boarded a plane bound for (faux) doom.
Automation will change or eliminate millions of today's jobs. Can training workers for entry-level tech jobs now ease the transition?
Low-income Americans are more likely to live in housing that wastes energy, which saddles them with disproportionately high energy costs.
Amazon has a lot of Alexa-enabled Echo speakers, and these are the ones you should consider.
Silke Weinfurtner isn’t an evil genius hell-bent on creating a new world of her own to rule. She just wants to understand the origins of the one we already have.
WIRED columnist Susan Crawford on the dangers of auctioning off public assets to companies like Verizon and AT&T