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This is the most recent feed available as of 03/03/2021 at 10:21 PM

Gab's CTO Introduced a Critical Vulnerability to the Site
A review of the open source code shows an account under the executive's name made a mistake that could lead to the kind of breach reported this weekend.

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.

Here's All the Gear You Need to Start Climbing
You don't need a lot, nor do you need to spend a ton. From harnesses to carabiners, here are our favorites.

The Pandemic Nearly Shuttered My Church. Technology Saved It
From engaging audiences to building bridges, tech has helped my small, rural faith community weather the storm. Here's how it might help yours too.

How Far Away From Perseverance Did the Descent Stage Land?
The rocket lowered the rover onto the surface of Mars before it shot away from the landing site. So where did it end up?

TikTok Played a Key Role in MAGA Radicalization
The platform's absorbing endless scroll and karaoke features have built an overlooked disinformation machine.

Help! I’m Sneaking Into My Office. Is This So Wrong?
In this week’s Out of Office column, Megan tackles guilt, bad policies, and the rules of zoomfood.

If You Transplant a Head, Does Its Consciousness Follow?
In her new book, Brandy Schillace recalls the unbelievable legacy of a Cold War era neurosurgeon’s mission to preserve the soul.

Soak in Your Own Sweat Inside a Heated Sauna Blanket
MiHigh’s portable infrared sauna is warm, wet, and weird.

Who Is R. A. Lafferty? And Is He the Best Sci-Fi Writer Ever?
You’ve never heard of him, but your favorite writers have, and his mad-drunk prose will knock you sideways.

Fake News Gets More Engagement on Facebook—If It’s Right-Wing
Far-right pages that publish misinformation get the most interactions by far compared to other news sources, new research shows.

Anthony Fauci Pleads: Don’t Declare Victory
The Covidologist-in-chief says we can’t relax on masks and social distancing yet. Hear that, Texas?

Should Anyone Actually Care About Ray Tracing?
What was supposed to be all the rage in graphics quickly turned into a meme. But will it actually improve your gaming experience?

Six-Word Sci-Fi: Stories Written By You
Here's this month's prompt, how to submit, and an illustrated archive of past favorites.

Twitch's First Transparency Report Is Here—and Long Overdue
The decade-old streaming platform has for the first time detailed its efforts to safeguard its user base in one place.

Strap on a HoloLens and Step Into the AR Conference Room
Microsoft’s new Mesh software platform helps faraway coworkers meet up and interact in mixed reality. The results are, well, still mixed.

Sleuths Read Old Booby-Trapped Letters Without Opening Them
People once folded their correspondence in intricate ways, known as “letterlocking,” to keep out snoops. A fancy new imaging technique sees right through it.

The ‘Girl Games’ of the ’90s Were Fun and Feminist
Here’s a look back at some of the earliest games for girls—and the role women played in the game industry’s early days.

Microsoft's Dream of Decentralized IDs Enters the Real World
The company will launch a public preview of its identification platform this spring—and has already tested it at the UK's National Health Service.

Vaccine Passports Can Help the US Reopen—or Further Divide Us
Overly restrictive “yellow cards” could end up disproportionately excluding Black and Latinx citizens from jobs, schools, or even the neighborhood market.

What Do TV’s Race Fantasies Actually Want to Say?
Shows like Bridgerton and Hollywood alter the past in the name of inclusion. It would benefit us more to write the world as it was, as it is.

How a Hashtag Went Viral—and Incited a Military Intervention
In 2014, more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped. It hardly made global headlines, until the Twitter masses brought it all the way to the White House.

Email and Slack Have Locked Us in a Productivity Paradox
From PCs to smartphones, office tech has always promised to make us more productive. But time and again, it's come with unexpected side effects.

How Elon Musk Convinced Gwynne Shotwell to Join SpaceX
Ultimately, their management styles were similar: Don’t talk about doing things, just do things.

While Jack Dorsey Mans the Monastery
The small but boisterous slice of Twitter that's preoccupied with politics imagines @jack, the author of our collective Twitter being, as all-powerful. He's not.

The Best Podcasts for Your Smart, Bored Kid
These child-friendly stories will keep your little ones entertained and ease the stress of being stuck indoors.

Valheim Is Changing How We Play Survival Games
The CEO behind the viral success discusses how it became the top-selling game on Steam—and the game's biggest weakness moving forward.

2034, Part VI: Crossing the Red Line
“Eventually, the Americans would find them. But by then it would be too late.”

As China Rises, the US Builds Toward a Bigger Role in AI
After decades of staying out of industrial policy, a Pentagon-appointed commission recommends more spending on research and support for US chip makers.

Can Technology Open Spaceflight to Disabled Astronauts?
The European Space Agency wants to make sure its new astronaut class is more diverse. But it will take redesigned gear to make space accessible to everybody.

What Did I Just Read? A Conversation With the Authors of '2034'
Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis discuss their inspirations, personal experiences, and what keeps them up at night.

Maquette Goes Big on Metaphor but Light on Real Emotion
The game follows the arc of a romance—and only when it ends can the puzzles go free.

Instagram Live Now Hosts More People With ‘Rooms’
Instagram is finally giving creators their most requested feature—which the company hopes will make it a more dynamic destination for viewers.

The Best Fitness Trackers and Watches for Everyone
Whether you're backcountry skiing or running around the backyard, we have an activity tracker for you.

What Life Is Like Under Myanmar's Internet Shutdown
One couple living in Yangon explain the impact of the military coup's terrifying censorship measures.

One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Under Attack - March 2021
Female journalists around the world are telling important stories, in spite of the danger of harassment or attack. This month focuses on their cases.

Facebook's Oversight Board Must Uphold the Ban on Trump
It's not just about penalizing the former president. It's about protecting democracy—in the US and around the world.

Sherry Turkle Talks Going Remote, Loneliness, and Her Memoir
In The Empathy Diaries, the pioneering computer researcher finally studies her own life. She tells WIRED why now was the right time.

The Raging Evolutionary War Between Humans and Covid-19
Fighting the pandemic isn’t only about vaccines and drugs. It’s about understanding how viruses mutate and change inside us, and among us.

Why a YouTube Chat About Chess Got Flagged for Hate Speech
AI programs that analyze language have difficulty gauging context. Words such as “black,” “white,” and “attack" can have different meanings.

Far-Right Platform Gab Has Been Hacked—Including Private Data
The transparency group DDoSecrets says it will make the 70 GB of passwords, private posts, and more available to researchers, journalists, and social scientists.

The Best Nintendo Switch Games for Every Kind of Player
From Hyrule to Hallownest, these are our absolute favorite video game escapes for the Switch and Switch Lite.

A Decades-Long Quest Reveals New Details of Antimatter
Twenty years ago, physicists began investigating a mysterious asymmetry inside the proton. Their results show how antimatter helps stabilize every atom’s core.

How to Set Up a 4G LTE Wi-Fi Network as an Alternative to Broadband
Connecting to cell networks is an increasingly viable option—here’s how it works.

Warnings From the Queer History of Modern Internet Regulation
Section 230 faces countless reform efforts. But a look back reminds us that categorical content bans often come at the expense of marginalized groups.

Period Underwear Changed My Life—and I'm Never Going Back
Wearing underwear designed to absorb my menstrual flow—with no additional protection—has made my period more comfortable. It’s kinder to the planet too.

The SolarWinds Body Count Now Includes NASA and the FAA
Plus: Firefox blocks more tracking, how to fight a robodog, and more of the week’s top security news.

NFTs Boom as Collectors Shell Out to ‘Own’ Digital Art
Non-fungible tokens provide a way to invest in and own digital imagery. But is it just another crypto fad—or the future of intangible art?

Clubhouse Cured My Imposter Syndrome
The scammers turned savants and the whimsical nerds who abound on the audio platform have freed me of personal doubt.

Ultimate Ears' Fits Are the Comfiest Earbuds I've Ever Tried
The company's custom-molding headphones fit perfectly, even if you have oddly shaped earholes.



 
 

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