We need more intense attention on how artificial intelligence forestalls the ability to see what kinds of choices we are making.
The British automaker's latest supercar is all about function—and fun—over form.
Thousands of people think that the government is using implanted chips and electronic beams to control their minds. They are desperate to prove they aren’t delusional.
Two teams of physicists have figured out how to create a "mini universe," which could help researchers understand the strange behavior of deeply quantum systems.
I found an interesting piece of Powershell code yesterday. The purpose is to download and execute a crypto miner but the code also implements a detection mechanism to find other miners, security tools or greedy processes (in terms of CPU cycles). Indeed, crypto miners make intensive use of your CPUs and more CPU resources they can (ab)use, more money will be generated. When a computer is infected, it looks legit to search for already running miners and simply kill them: The fight for CPU cycles started!
After a star forms, a leftover ring of dust and gas eventually forms into planets.
The movie is fiction, but according to Daniel Ellsberg the scenarios involved aren't far from reality.
A higher Equifax tally, Apple vulnerabilities, and more of the week's top security news.
Turn yourself into a songwriter with one of these great apps.
The rise of exchange-traded funds and algorithm-driven trading likely contributed to February's wild stock swings.
As the island struggles to come back online after Hurricane Maria, commercial quadcopters do the job quickly and safely.
In a crowded social media landscape, Snapchat needs to reinvent itself as the internet's favorite camera app.
Today, when you buy a product, there are chances that it will be “connected” and use cloud services for, at least, one of its features. I’d like to tell you a bad story that I had this week. Just to raise your awareness... I won’t mention any product or service because the same story could append with many alternative solutions and my goal is not to blame them.
A white male former employee has sued Google for allegedly favoring women and minorities in internal policies—this time within YouTube.
Less than a year old, Hims has found a profitable niche in treating male insecurity.
Facebook has had some bumpy years. Critics, especially Rupert Murdoch and his News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, have no intention of letting the crisis go to waste.
By leaving Instagram followers off the public record, Columbia researcher Jonathan Albright says Facebook is making the Russian trolls' true audience appear artificially low.
Bomb cyclone? Nor'easter? No problem! What looks terrifying from the cabin is more like a bit of fun for pilots who know how to crab and slip.
Add three to five feet of storm surge on top of a very high tide, and you've got a recipe for flooding.
WIRED columnist Antonio García Martínez on how the social media giant could even the playing field for political ads.