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The ridesharing service's latest scandal combines routine security negligence with an "appalling" coverup.
By widening our coverage of consumer products, we'll be able to help you make informed buying decisions about more things in your life.
The Federal Communications Commission Wednesday will release its plan for reversing rules that require internet service providers to treat all content equally.
We've tested every Sonos speaker at WIRED. We like them all, but which ones are worth buying?
Months after tormenting HBO with the release of unaired episodes and *Game of Thrones* spoilers, the alleged hacker has been indicted.
Grab these discounted items for your in-home relaxation or out-of-doors adventures.
Or rather, Hawkins is based on a real place. It sounds cooler when Gaten Matarazzo explains it.
It's probably fine, but consider: Just because you know something doesn't mean you have to bring it up.
Lanier may not have sired the term "virtual reality," but he's one hell of a father figure.
Gift long and prosper with these winning Star Trek items.
With a new year around the corner, now's a great time to pick up a new DSLR, lens, or mirrorless camera.
Farmers are getting better at keeping resistance-breeding antibiotics out of poultry, but the bigger the bird, the harder it is to cut off the drugs.
The entry-level sports car offers 500 horsepower and a top speed near 200 mph.
Teaching deep learning algorithms to find surface-to-air missile sites and much more in satellite images.
Elon Musk already has a whole company devoted to solar energy—why not just combine and conquer?
The Justice Department sued AT&T and Time Warner to block their $85 billion merger on antitrust grounds, claiming it will drive up prices and hurt rivals.
NASA's Space Launch System will blast the Orion into the ether on a mission to send humans farther into space than ever before.
Security experts have warned of Intel's Management Engine for years. A new set of confirmed vulnerabilities that impact PCs, servers, and IoT devices shows they may have been right.
The latest DC movie underperformed at the box office this weekend. Who's to blame? Fans, moviegoers, or Rotten Tomatoes?
US consumers suffer 80 million robocalls a day. But a new crackdown—along with some clever apps—could help put a lid on your biggest mobile nuisance.