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Google Stadia Will Be Missing Some Key Features at Launch

First impressions are critically important, especially for gaming consoles. You feeling lucky, Google?
16/11/2019

A Visual Diary of This Year's WIRED25 Festival

Dina Litovsky captured the weirdest and the WIRED-est moments from our 2019 event.
16/11/2019

‘Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself’ and the Meme-ing of Conspiracy

What happens when a conspiracy theory becomes flattened into a quick, shareable phrase?
15/11/2019

Chasing Instagram Analytics, My Friend Became a Grocery Store

Instagram has helped blur the lines between personal branding and personal life—such as by encouraging people to turn their profiles into businesses.
15/11/2019

146 New Android Bugs, an Audio Porn Streaming Site, and More News

Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
15/11/2019

15 Early Black Friday Tech Deals for 2019 (Frequent Updates)

Get a head start on holiday shopping with these deals and discounts.
15/11/2019

Don’t Underestimate the Forces, Mandalorian

A physicist analyzes a fight scene in the new TV series and asks: Do the *shoes* make the Mandalorian?
15/11/2019

An Instagram Without Likes, And a MacBook Keyboard Without Fails

Instagram and Apple made small changes to their products this week that could affect customers in a major way.
15/11/2019

The Evidence That Links Russia’s Most Brazen Hacking Efforts

From the 2017 French election to the Olympics to NotPetya, the same group's fingerprints have appeared again and again.
15/11/2019

Alien Hunters Need the Far Side of the Moon to Stay Quiet

The far side is normally protected from all the radio noise emanating from Earth, but SETI researchers worry that new visitors will gunk it up.
15/11/2019

146 New Vulnerabilities All Come Preinstalled on Android Phones

The dozens of flaws across 29 Android smartphone makers show just how insecure the devices can be, even brand-new.
15/11/2019

The Searing Colors of Santiago's Revolution

Photographer Marcelo Hernandez’s image pinpoints the glory and agony of Chileans’ struggle for liberation.
15/11/2019

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