Guests like Anthony Fauci, Lisa Piccirillo, Patrice Peck, and Audrey Tang discussed how to puzzle through seemingly intractable situations.
On day three of WIRED25, Audrey Tang explains how the Asian nation used open data and transparent governance to empower its citizens to code their own way out of a pandemic.
The good news: The presidential debate addressed global warming. The bad news: Trump dodged it, especially when it came to wildfires.
During Day 3 of WIRED25, the public health rock star emphasized the importance of masks, distancing, handwashing … and a positive outlook.
At Toyota, researchers are experimenting with prototypes that swoop from the ceiling to take care of chores with the help of machine learning.
On Day 2 of WIRED25, coder Avi Schiffmann talks about his plans for a site that aggregates candidates’ positions—in a way users can understand.
The president’s assault on electoral integrity threatens to undermine the democratic process. We unpack each falsehood, mischaracterization, and lie.
Unlike competitors’ more experimental phones, Google’s new flagship doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles—but it’s more affordable than its predecessor. It’s joined by an even cheaper Pixel 4A 5G.
The company’s hardware launches aren’t as big as Apple’s—and we’re okay with that.
The president’s televised encouragement of white supremacy and political violence was a reminder that social media didn’t create these problems.
The new remaster of the classic games series recalls both the late-1990s—and the carefree days before Covid-19 lockdowns.
There are now three versions of Apple’s popular fitness smartwatch. Here’s our guide to them all.
A new update allows for cross-platform messaging for the first time within the Facebook family of apps.
Coal plant upgrades led to a dramatic reduction in sulfur dioxide emissions. But those particles also help reflect solar heat away from the planet.
42,000-foot plumes of ash. 143-mph firenadoes. 1,500-degree heat. These wildfires are a new kind of hell on earth, and scientists are racing to learn its rules.