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The Pandemic Olympics, Vaccine Misinformation, and More News
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.

Romeo and Juliet Needs More Zombies
Scott Edelman's "A Plague on Both Your Houses" is a tale of the undead written in iambic pentameter.

Please, a Moment of Silence for Comic-Con
No, it’s not dead. But fans around the world mourn the loss anyway.

How Mockingbirds Compose Songs Just Like Beethoven
The birds aren’t producing sounds at random. Some of their strategies are surprisingly similar to ones used by humans.

The FAA Brings Jeff Bezos Back Down to Earth
Plus: New Shepard’s dildo design, my seat on a private space flight, and the hearing that broke Fauci.

Our Favorite Smartwatches Do Much More Than Just Tell Time
These little wearables reduce your reliance on a phone while keeping you connected.

What Bezos' Big Day Means for Commercial Spaceflight
This week, Steven Levy fills us in on the Blue Origin launch, its implications, and why so many billionaires are obsessed with space travel.

The Best Sites, Apps, and YouTube Channels to Learn Music
Modern technology makes studying to play a new instrument easier than ever. And the best part? Most of these tools are free or affordable.

Nike's Sustainable Gear Heads to the Tokyo Olympics
The apparel and shoes for team USA were designed for peak performance—ecologically and athletically.

The Olympics Could Be a Covid-19 ‘Super-Evolutionary Event’
In a warped version of international cooperation, the Games could provide a place for variants of the virus to spread and then return home with athletes.

The Kaseya Ransomware Nightmare Is Almost Over
A decryption tool has emerged, meaning any victims whose systems remain locked up can soon breathe easy.

Scientists Just ‘Looked’ Inside Mars. Here’s What They Found
InSight and Perseverance have sent back unprecedented data on everything from marsquakes to the Red Planet’s inner layers.

Playdate, the Pocketable Game Console, Prepares for Preorders
The long-awaited tiny gaming device will be available to purchase next week, with shipments beginning before the end of the year.

The Stunning New Dune Trailer Begs You to See It in Theaters
It might be available on HBO Max, but come on.

An Explosive Spyware Report Shows the Limits of iOS Security
Amnesty International sheds alarming light on an NSO Group surveillance tool—and the gaps in Apple’s and Google's defenses.

The Best Time Travel Movies of … All Time
From Groundhog Day to Interstellar, filmmakers love messing with timelines. Thankfully, that makes for mind-bending entertainment.

The Next Frontier for Phone Cameras: Stronger, Clearer Glass
Corning has a developed a new version of Gorilla Glass optimized for smartphone camera lenses that it claims will lead to a boost in photo quality.

Meet the Actor Behind Some of Your Favorite Video Game Voices
WIRED spoke with Troy Baker—who’s worked on Fortnite, The Last of Us, and BioShock Infinite, among others—about his prolific career.

A People’s History of Black Twitter, Part II
No longer just an online movement, Black Twitter takes to the streets—and finds its voice.

Vecnos' Camera Makes Capturing 360 Content Easy. Too Easy
To simplify the world of 360-degree photos and videos, the company might've gone a little too far with the Iqui.

The FTC Votes Unanimously to Enforce Right to Repair
The move follows an executive order issued last week by the White House urging the agency to secure consumers' rights to fix their own gadgets.

Jeff Bezos Goes to Space. Day Three: Reentry
For the Amazon and Blue Origin founder, suborbital space tourism is just the first step toward something much bigger.

Venmo Gets More Private—but It's Still Not Fully Safe
Eliminating the global feed is a good step. But until the platform offers privacy by default, it remains a liability for many of its users.

These Bendy Chips Fit in Unusual Places
Researchers think these flexible semiconductors will be able to monitor your heartbeat or tell you whether your milk has spoiled.

These Are Our Favorite Robot Vacuums
From no-frills cleaners to high-end automation, we have the perfect pick for you.

Dell's XPS 13 Laptop Has a Stunning New OLED Display
The new version of the venerable Windows ultrabook offers an optional OLED screen.

Immortality Should Be an Option in Every Video Game
The best part of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is one very specific difficulty setting.

Netflix’s Sexy Beasts Is Ridiculous—and Surprisingly Boring
The new reality show has an attention-grabbing premise, but the gimmick gets old fast.

Please Stop Wearing Your Bike Helmet the Wrong Way
Follow this simple guide to dial in the proper fit.

How to Watch the 2021 Summer Olympics
There are plenty of ways to watch the games you want—and some of them are even free if you get creative.

Jeff Bezos Goes to Space. Day Two: Blastoff
The day was a career highlight for the Amazon and Blue Origin founder. But the real star of the show was Wally Funk.

Everything You Need to Know About the Coronavirus
Here's all the WIRED coverage in one place, from how to keep your children entertained to how this outbreak is affecting the economy.

Jeff Bezos Touches Space Aboard Blue Origin Rocket
The Amazon founder, his brother, aviation pioneer Wally Funk, and a paying passenger were the first to test out the New Shepard suborbital rocket system.

Weak US Privacy Law Hurts America’s Global Standing
Unrestrained data collection and selling doesn’t just harm citizens at home. It’s terrible foreign policy.

Poor Recipes and Bad Design Sink This Smart Kitchen Gadget
The Multo by CookingPal proves that the smart kitchen isn't always so smart.

Nomad Is Having a Sitewide Summer Sale on Phone Gear
The accessory-maker is offering a 30 percent discount on all full-priced items until July 25, including leather cases, wallets, and wireless chargers.

The Absurd Idea to Put Bodycams on Teachers Is ... Feasible?
The idea to monitor educators so they don't teach critical race theory seems ridiculous. But schools are already rife with invasive surveillance.

The Ultimate Guide to Setting Up Your Smart Home
Use your voice to control the lights! Summon the vacuum with your phone! Here’s everything you need to know, from Wi-Fi tips to security advice.

Who’s Winning the War Between Biden and Facebook? Fox News
Misinformation on the cable channel may be responsible for more vaccine hesitancy than the social network.

How China’s Hacking Entered a Reckless New Phase
The country’s hackers have gotten far more aggressive since 2015, when the Ministry of State Security largely took over the country’s cyberespionage.

Hungry Wild Pigs Are Worsening Climate Change
When the invasive swine root through soils around the world, they release as much carbon dioxide as a million cars. Good luck getting rid of them.

Jeff Bezos Goes to Space. Day One: Countdown
WIRED is reporting daily from Van Horn, Texas, where the Amazon founder will be among the first passengers aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket system.

Best Tents for Campers, Backpackers, and Families
Picking the appropriate shelter can make a big difference in comfort for you or your family. Let us help you find the right one.

Warby Parker Revamps Its Eye Exam App—and Bets on Telehealth
The eyewear company’s new app for vision prescription renewals illuminates the promises and potential pitfalls of the growing interest in remote health care.

The Pentagon Is Bolstering Its AI Systems—by Hacking Itself
A new “red team” will try to anticipate and thwart attacks on machine learning programs.

Why Not Use Self-Driving Cars as Supercomputers?
Autonomous vehicles use the equivalent of 200 laptops to get around. Some people want to tap that computing power to decode viruses or mine bitcoin.

These Astonishing Minecraft Builds Were Years in the Making
Creative and dedicated, the master builders of the best-selling video game have forged some incredible structures.

How to Watch Jeff Bezos Go to Space
Whether you’re here for the history or you’re watching passive-aggressively as the world’s wealthiest man plays with toys, here’s how to tune in.

How to Stay Under Your 15 GB of Free Storage From Google
If you’re smart about how you use your space in the cloud, you don’t have to pay extra.

What Causes Gamma-Ray Bursts? Their 'Afterglows' Hold Clues
These high-energy explosions, brighter than billions and billions of suns, have recently been tracked for days, upending ideas about the cataclysms that create them.



 
 

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