Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
The company’s flip-flopping on the policy after banning a shady New York Post story highlights the challenges facing social media in 2020.
The features get a little hotter every year! It’s a self-perpetuating cycle that can’t ever be reversed.
James Hibberd’s Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon draws on more than 50 new interviews with the cast and crew.
WIRED’s favorite dog gear, including a pet camera, fitness tracker, geofencing collar, camping bed, and leash.
Plus: Auction theory at Google, a stalking cougar, and a proposal for breaking up big tech.
This week, the Mouse House laid out a reorganization plan that puts a bigger focus on streaming. Don’t look for other studios to make similar moves.
An enormous new data set peers into the health of the world’s population before 2020—and how the coronavirus turned that into a global disaster.
If an elite cyclist can use performance-enhancing algorithms to cheat at a virtual race, who’s to say a doctor couldn’t cheat on a remote exam?
This week, we discuss Apple’s new iPhone 12, from the inclusion of 5G in all four handsets, to the super-cute Mini model.
It’s not blowing your mind. It’s bludgeoning you with shock.
By skipping all the quirky, Google-ly features of previous Pixels, the company’s latest phone is its most boring—and its best.
The CDC put out a central playbook for how to distribute the shots. But how states will address these guidelines is anything but uniform.
Nice looking website you’ve got there. It’d be a shame if someone DDoS’d it.
Lora DiCarlo said her company’s robotic vibrator, the Osé, would redefine the market. But her hyped-up personal brand would be the real master stroke.