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Plus: A Colonial Pipeline update, inside details of the FBI's Anom caper, and more of the week's top security news. [Read More]
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How realistic are Metal Gears and Titans anyway? WIRED asked industrial design and robotics pros how they'd operate. [Read More]
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An effort to bring wild buffalo to the Great Plains aims to restore one of the world's most endangered landscapes and increase climate resilience. [Read More]
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Before you use it to cartoonify your face, consider the risks to your data. [Read More]
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Beat the Prime Day rush with these early sales on the Fitbit Charge 4, AirPods Pro, and the GoPro Hero9, among others. [Read More]
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Developers are using procedural generation, resource management, and dialog choices to create memorable and powerful journeys. [Read More]
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The 10-inch tablet gets an optional keyboard and office apps, but it's still best as a cheap way to access all your Prime content. [Read More]
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With endless new customization options, like new email clients and a feed reader, Vivaldi 4.0 just got better. [Read More]
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Congress should salvage a provision buried in the rubble of HR1 that would hold platforms liable for election misinformation. [Read More]
For the first time, some of Apple's own features will only be available on computers with the company's homegrown silicon. [Read More]
The credentials were part of a trove containing 1.2 terabytes of sensitive data extracted between 2018 and 2020. [Read More]
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Sci-fi author F. Brett Cox loves stories with mysterious spacecraft but is a firm skeptic when it comes to actual alien visitors. [Read More]
The video game publisher confirmed the breach, which could be a boon to the shadowy world of cheat-makers. [Read More]
The history of play-by-mail includes bribes, forgeries, and games that took years to finish. [Read More]
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