The GM subsidiary wins approval from California to offer driverless passenger service.
The ruling means that Epic Games’ massively popular title will remain off iOS devices while Epic’s suit against Apple moves to trial.
Console waste plus energy-hungry cloud gaming equals the worst of both worlds for sustainability.
Prime Day has ended, but these deals haven’t. A few of our favorite things are still on sale, like phones, laptops, robot vacs, and more.
With its all-too-familiar webcam views and smartphone shots, Jenji Kohan’s new show turns Covid-19 isolation into a drama everyone can relate to.
In an interview with WIRED, Columbia Journalism School dean Steve Coll says the media has learned some important lessons since 2016 about covering stolen email leaks.
Chipmaker Qualcomm and startup Truepic are testing a feature for Android phones that automatically tags the time and location when an image was captured.
WIRED paid a visit to NASA’s first probe designed to protect Earth from killer asteroids. It launches next year.
A data detective makes a surprising discovery.
Thanks to this free smart TV app, I never have to pick what to watch.
Mailing each other packages of tiny discs filled with music kept us connected.
Boom Supersonic’s sleek prototype craft rolled out this week; the final production model will be quieter than previous supersonics, and a novel fly-by-wire system will keep it stable at low speeds.
Finnish researchers just published the first big test of the “biodiversity hypothesis”—that exposure to the microbes in dirt is good for young immune systems.
The data on female representation in games looked optimistic—but time will tell if these changes endure beyond a wildcard year.
Before YouTube and TikTok, there were keychain pets and chalky brownies. These classic toys from yesteryear are all still available today.