Between Tumblr witches and the Cult of Kek, neo-occultism is having quite a moment.
The Justice Department is in court trying to block AT&T's planned purchase of Time Warner. Both sides cite Comcast's 2011 acquisition of NBC Universal, but the earlier deal is an imperfect model.
The more like real brains they become, the more useful these organoids are for studying complex behaviors and neurological diseases.
WIRED columnist Felix Salmon argues the time has come for Mark Zuckerberg to step aside and give Facebook the fresh start it needs.
Drivers unhappy about devices that track how much time they spend on the road are taking their grievances to Washington.
Zipline is already making life-saving deliveries in Africa and Europe. Now it wants to start flying in its home country.
A lot of games try to capture the way the world works—but precious few try to distill how it feels.
Goodbye, dystopian Craigslist. There's a new Reddit, and it's all grown up.
As cryptojacking takes over the web, Google will put a stop to cryptomining extensions that prey on unsuspecting installers.
British photographer Dan Holdsworth uses geological mapping software to render three-dimensional point clouds of glaciers.
Flaws in a study about unintended gene editing snips have led to its retraction. But that’s not the end of the story.
The most significant thing about Monday's cargo run may be that there is little novelty to it whatsoever
WIRED columnist Jason Pontin on an audacious theory of sentience that offers a new way to understand consciousness.
Online food-delivery service spent eight years resolving a classic problem of unstructured data.
Catch up on the Stormy Daniels saga, Julian Assange's connectivity problems, the Mueller investigation, and all of the internet's other favorite topics of conversation here.
For some African American police officers, a false positive can leave their careers dangling on a thin strand.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Nyan Cat, Doge, and the art of the Rickroll.
My time in rehab left me humiliated and desperate to know why my friends were dying. Now, a wave of app developers are trying to tackle opioid addiction.
The superhero flick's strength lies in the fact that it didn't shy away from addressing issues of black identity.
As always, we’ve rounded up all the news we didn’t break or cover in depth this week.