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Our favorite zero-drop, minimalist footwear will let you feel the ground beneath your feet.
Plus: A major new supply chain attack, Bidens spyware executive order, and a hacking campaign against Exxons critics.
We tried the carmakers emissions-neutral synthetic fuel, which is chemically identical to 93 octane gas. It's amazing, but there are some major caveats.
Plus: The library ebook app OverDrive is shutting down, Fitbit loses some social features, and we take a stroll on Amazon Sidewalk.
The trees have blossomed earlier as the local weather has warmed. But experts are divided over whether its cause for alarm.
A Victorian lawsuit set a precedent of foregrounding personal privacy when we talk about data. But that rings hollow without policy to bolster those rights.
In this nascent stage, there are opportunities for virtual worlds to avoid the mistakes of the past.
Here's what Google has planned for the next version of its mobile operating system.
Step into spring with these discounted outdoorsy gadgets.
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From Naoki Urasawas Monster to Lost in Space, these are our picks for the best streaming titles to binge this week.
From Daisy Jones & the Six to Rings of Power, these are our picks for what you should be watching on the streamer.
From Shotgun Wedding to No Time to Die, these are the best films available on the streamer.
Need an ultrafast drive for video editing or a rugged option to back up your photos in the field? Weve got a solution for every situation.
Backups are boring, but theyll save your bacon. Heres how to make sure your data lives on, even when your PC doesnt.
The beloved online athenaeum just lost a big court case. Librarians fear itll make ebooks less accessible. So why are some writers cheering?
These are our favorite Windows notebooks, MacBooks, and Chromebooks.
Tune out (or rock out) with our favorite over-ears and earbuds.
In the internet. Ruin your faith in the internet.
The Apple TV+ movie is sleek but simplistic at times.
Nixs wearable sensor promises to give cyclists and runners real-time hydration advice by analyzing their fluid loss while they work out.
Its all the chaos and delight of playing a campaign with your friends, but onscreen.
Plus: Microsoft Outlook and Android patch serious flaws, Chrome and Firefox get fixes, and much more.
Weaving through traffic and protests in the French capital shows that the real problem isnt scootersits cars.
An innovative research project delivers new evidence about the challenging life of astronauts on the International Space Station.
A Manhattan grand jury has issued the first-ever indictment of a former US president. Buckle up for whatever happens next.
Pixel smartphones, PlayStation titles, and even Apple's spendy AirPods Max are all on sale right now.
FromGoodfellas toThe Banshees of Inisherin, here are our favorite movies on the streaming service.
The way artificial intelligence can rewrite software will have huge implications for the tech industryand everyone else, too.
From the trail to your commute and everything in between, this premium ebike combines the best features around.
Technologists want to recreate the sensitivity of certain animals to the subtle signals of impending danger in order to save human lives.
Startups are buying properties and wooing first-time real estate investors to buy shares. The model could have real repercussions for renters.
This week, we trace how Amazon was able to build a massive public wireless network, and how it will change the future of connected devices.
Grails Galleri aims to screen for many more types of tumor than was previously possible. Large-scale clinical trials are underway.
We designed trials to compare our chatbot overlords from OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google. Theyre smart, theyre interactiveand theyre pretty little liars.
With billions locked up in collapsed exchanges and funds, investors are selling their assets for cents on the dollar.
Computers have been digital for half a century. Why would anyone want to resurrect the clunkers of yesteryear?
An increasing number of states are passing age-verification laws. Its not clear how theyll work.
Missiles, mines, and supply shortages are testing the resilience of Ukraines medical staff, but they wont back down.
Tech giants want to build massive, hyperscale data centers in the Netherlands. A popular political movement wants them stopped.
The White House is providing $25 million to Costa Rica, after giving Albania similar aid following aggression by hackers linked to Iran.
Authorities ordered Twitter accounts blocked and the internet shut down as they hunt for Sikh separatist Amritpal Singh Sandhu.
The Bear and Great Expectations are just two of the shows you wont want to miss on this streaming service.
The 217-mph electrified Revuelto puts out 1,001 horsepower and boasts 13 driving modes, but it can manage only 8 miles on battery power alone.
Equity will require educating medical staff, reducing maternity and fertility costs for employees, and investing more in female health research.
Documents obtained by WIRED confirm that Good Smile, which licenses toy production for Disney, was an investor in the controversial image board.
Apples tablet lineup is more confusing than ever. We're here to help you find the right slate for your needs.
All-Clad's stick lets you blend things that are far away from a power outlet. That may not be a good reason to buy it.
To keep up with the speed of AI advances, we need to develop systems that use AI to defend public goods, too.
Ice can trap pollutants and accelerate their breakdown, with troubling environmental consequences.