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The 3 Best VR Headsets and Some Games to Play (2020)
Virtual reality is more accessible than ever and these headsets can take you there, whether you want a standalone, room-scale, or PC-based experience.

Geoengineering Is the Only Solution to Our Climate Calamities
Altering Earth’s geophysical environment is a moon shot—and it will be the only way to reverse the damage done. It’s time to take it more seriously.

Mathematical ‘Hocus-Pocus’ Saved Particle Physics
Renormalization, a technique that helps bridge the big and the small, has become perhaps the single most important advance in theoretical physics in 50 years.

The iOS 14 Privacy and Security Features You Should Know
The latest update for your iPhone and iPad will make them safer than ever.

The Best Creams and Tools for Removing Hair: Creams, Wax, and More
Shaving can cause razor burn and ingrown hairs. These alternative options might be better for your skin—and sanity.

As Trump Squeezes China, Alipay’s Star Rises
Chinese consumers tap the fintech app to pay bills, order in restaurants, and book appointments. Now it’s preparing for an IPO that could value it at $200 billion.

Mathematicians May Have Figured Out How ‘Stone Forests’ Form
An NYU team thinks it's finally unlocked the secret to how these mysterious landforms get their interesting shape.

A Bluetooth Flaw Leaves Billions of Devices Vulnerable
Indictments against Iranian hackers, a Veterans Affairs data breach, and more of the week's top security news.

Democracy Will Only Work If the Social Media Giants Grow Up
The former chair of the Federal Election Commission argues that the integrity of the 2020 election is largely in the hands of Facebook and Twitter.

The 6 Best Laptop Stands (2020): Adjustable, Portable, and More
Help your back and posture by raising your computer screen up to eye level.

What’s Causing the Mass Bird Die-Off in the Southwest?
Thousands of migrating birds have died, perhaps starved by drier conditions related to climate change or by having to fly inland to avoid wildfire smoke.

A Patient Dies After a Ransomware Attack Hits a Hospital
The outage resulted in a significant delay in treatment. German authorities are investigating the perpetrators on suspicion of negligent manslaughter.

Why Teens Are Falling for TikTok Conspiracy Theories
Conspiracies like Pizzagate are all over the social media platform. Here’s why they’ve found an audience there.

How to Set Your Own Default Browser and Email App in iOS 14
Not into Safari or Apple Mail? With the next update, you can (finally) customize your preferences. Here’s what to know before you get started.

19 Best Weekend Deals: Cameras, Apple Gear, and Games
The new 8th-generation iPad is already slightly discounted, alongside headphones, laptops, and PS4 titles like 'Ghosts of Tsushima'.

The 943-Dimensional Chess of a Trustworthy Covid-19 Vaccine
Scientists want public confidence. The White House wants an October Surprise. The FDA wants to avoid looking political. Big Pharma wants a win. You’re in the middle.

Trump’s TikTok Circus Will Have Lasting Consequences
The larger issues around China’s technological rise aren’t going away.

Dune Is a Hard Book to Adapt
Anyone who's seen David Lynch's 1984 film knows Frank Herbert's book doesn't translate easily to the screen.

The Progressive Case for a TikTok Sale
A principled, hands-off approach to the internet was easier to defend in the 1990s. Today it makes no sense.

The 5 Best Cheap Phone Plans (2020): Alternatives to the Big Carriers
If you’re a Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T subscriber, these networks may save you a lot of money each month.

Gen Z Has a Plan to Save the Election—Starting With the Polls
Poll workers, who skew elderly, are in short supply during the pandemic. Meet some of the young people trying to make up the gap.

Netflix's 'Ratched' Is a Plea for Mental Health Care
The show attempts to address flaws in the health care system—and in failing to do so, proves how much more attention mental illness needs.

Streaming Services Are Abusing the + Sign and It Must End
In the beginning, there was ESPN+, then Disney+. Now that CBS All Access is becoming Paramount+, it’s time to call a moratorium.

Apple One Could Be a Bundle of Problems
Plus: U2’s iPod partnership, the public sector’s need for tech minds, and unwelcome hurricane visitors.

What’s in Wildfire Smoke, and How Dangerous Is It?
Blazes on the West Coast are spewing a haze clear across the country. Along the way, the complex chemistry of what we inhale gets even more complex.

Apple Wants You to Smash That Subscribe Button
This week, we break down Apple’s latest announcements, from new hardware to its push into bundles and home workouts.

Rocket Lab Could Beat NASA Back to Venus in the Search for ET
After years of neglect, Earth’s other neighbor is back in the spotlight following a major discovery. A private rocket company may be the first to visit.

Companies Can Track Your Phone’s Movements to Target Ads
Brands are seeking new ways to customize messages. A startup that gathers data on when you pick up your phone, or when you go out on a run, can help.

How to Use a Second Monitor With Your Laptop
Need a little more desktop real estate, or just tired of hunching over a small screen all day? Here’s how to give your back—and eyes—a break.

YouTube’s Plot to Silence Conspiracy Theories
From flat-earthers to QAnon to Covid quackery, the video giant is awash in misinformation. Can AI keep the lunatic fringe from going viral?

The Nintendo 3DS' Surprisingly Social Legacy
Nintendo just discontinued the iconic portable game console, but the real 3DS was the friends we made along the way.

What Even Is ‘Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior’ on Platforms?
No one knows, not even the policy writers or enforcers. And the ambiguity is exacerbating threats to our electoral process.

Why Wasn't Uber Charged in a Fatal Self-Driving Car Crash?
Authorities charged the vehicle's "safety driver" with criminal negligence, but not the company that developed the technology.

The NIH Launches a Global Hunt for Animal-to-Human Diseases
It’s a reversal for an administration that’s been loath to prepare for pandemics or cooperate with China, where Covid-19 jumped from wildlife to people.

Want to Save the Whales? Eavesdrop on Their Calls
A clever new system called Whale Safe listens for the cetacean chorus to alert vessels to slow down, potentially preventing deadly ship strikes.

5 Fall Camping Deals: Tents, Jackets, Fire Pits, and More
Not too hot, not too cold—autumn is the best season for campers. We’ve rounded up discounts on campsite gear to better your next adventure.

Hey Students! Here's How to Deal With School in a Pandemic
Obviously this situation sucks for everyone, but I have a few tips to help you make the most of a bad situation. (Also, don't cheat.)

The Wayback Machine and Cloudflare Want to Backstop the Web
The Internet Archive and the infrastructure company are teaming up to make sure sites never fully go down.

How to Break Out of Your Social Media Echo Chamber
Platforms like Facebook are designed to profit from humans' confirmation bias. Here's how to restore balance to your feed.

GoPro Hero 9 Black Review: Time to Upgrade
The company's newest action camera adds a full-color front screen, 5K, and software enhancements that make capturing the moment easier than ever.

Science Journals Are Purging Racist, Sexist Work. Finally
Getting rid of harmful papers is a vital step toward reestablishing readers' trust. Next, publishers should target articles that are flawed in other ways.

Hong Kong Is a Troubling Case Study in the Death of Democracy
A free press suppressed. A vote postponed. Dissent criminalized. China’s insidious reengineering of the region marches on, but not without a fight.

The Best iPad (2020): Which Apple Tablet Should You Buy?
Choosing an iPad is more complicated than it needs to be, but we’re here to help with our complete guide to all of Apple’s tablets.

WIRED25 Day 1: Be Empathetic to Each Other
Guests like Gabriela Cámara, Ghetto Gastro, Nia DaCosta, and Brie Larson discussed how to understand where others are coming from, whether through food or films.

How VR—and Marvel Superheroes—Might Elicit Empathy
At WIRED's virtual conference, actress Brie Larson, VR director Elijah Allan-Blitz, and Magic Labs Media founder Van Jones talked about their new short films.

WIRED25: Ghetto Gastro Sees Food as a Weapon
As part of a conversation with Gabriela Cámara at our virtual conference, the cofounders of the "Black Power kitchen of tomorrow” say that what we eat can both empower and oppress us.

Director Nia DaCosta on the Real-World Horrors in 'Candyman'
At this year's WIRED25, the writer-director talked about rebooting the classic slasher and the future of filmmaking after the pandemic.

WIRED25: Netflix’s Reed Hastings on Broadening Your Horizons
At the virtual event honoring our annual list of innovators and icons, he talked about why TV and movies will someday "be small."

Oculus Quest 2 Review: The Best Way to VR
Sometimes the sequel is better, the Quest 2 is a virtually flawless improvement on the original.

'Spellbreak' Conjures Up a Unique Spin on Battle Royale
So many games in the format lean on the same old tropes. This one has wizards instead.



 
 

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