Chrome glitch has tech site referring to Trump as ‘someone with tiny hands’
That's a lawsuit.
On Mar 9, 2016 by Jay Hathaway
Reddit and Wired’s new ‘Cyborg Nation’ gives us an uncanny glimpse of the future
Get ready to learn a lot of fun facts.
On Nov 4, 2015 by Christine Friar
Scientists are making hilarious jokes about the hysteria over gene hacking
On Jul 22, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
Here are key, scientist-approved facts about the female orgasm
You are now reading this in Morgan Freeman's voice.
On Apr 29, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
Virtual reality is heading to the cinema
At the Sundance Film Festival, virtual reality abounds.
On Jan 26, 2015 by Selena Larson
Twitter search now includes any tweet ever
You can finally comb through your old tweets on Twitter.
On Nov 18, 2014 by Selena Larson
Aaron Swartz spars with Cambridge police after MIT bust in new footage
This is the moment where it all went downhill.
On Apr 11, 2014 by Dell Cameron
The future is already here—and some of us are getting left behind
What the digital revolution means for America’s class divide.
On Mar 11, 2014 by Nico Lang
The 10 best Konami Code Easter eggs on the Web
Nostalgic programmers have snuck it into a number of websites—it's the media world's go-to Easter egg.
On Nov 5, 2013 by Mike Fenn
ACLU sues to find out who was convicted with NSA surveillance
The government doesn't disclose who it tries with NSA surveillance evidence. The ACLU is suing to find out.
On Oct 19, 2013 by Joe Kloc
Silk Road goes to Hollywood
20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment have tapped author Dennis Lehane to put together a script for Silk Road.
On Oct 17, 2013 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Does the NSA have a quantum computer?
In Wired, security expert Bruce Schneier explores the question of how sophisticated the NSA's encryption attacks might be.
On Sep 4, 2013 by Joe Kloc
How the Internet powered a DIY drug revolution
From ecstasy busts to underground narcotics cookbooks, this is the untold history of the Internet's long and intimate relationship with drugs.
On Aug 28, 2013 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
For just $5,000, the FBI bought a WikiLeaks informant
Sigurdur "Siggi" Thordarson has been called a "pathological" liar.
On Jun 27, 2013 by Kevin Morris