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mardi 5 décembre 2023, 16:00
The new app Beeper Mini lets Android users send texts that show up as blue bubbles on iPhones. We talked to the 16-year-old high school student who wrote the code to make it possible.
Boona’s tandem showerhead is easy to install and has great water pressure. It’s one of my favorite pieces of gear this year.
Pilots for Amazon’s largest air freight provider voted to strike, complaining of low pay and high turnover. If a strike happens in the new year, Amazon deliveries could be impacted.
Adversarial algorithms can systematically probe large language models like OpenAI’s GPT-4 for weaknesses that can make them misbehave.
Joe Weisberg—the geopolitically entangled, heavily therapized creator of The Americans and The Patient—is the trickiest character he’s written (so far).
Rockstar's hugely anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI has fans in a frenzy. The new trailer brings big Vice City vibes and big action.
lundi 4 décembre 2023, 21:09
Spotify is the world’s biggest music streamer but rarely turns a profit and just cut 17 percent of its workforce. Its business model looks increasingly precarious.
Ousted congressperson George Santos, accused of multiple scams and grifts, is now selling videos of himself on Cameo for $200 a pop.
Legislation set to be introduced in Congress this week would extend Section 702 surveillance of people applying for green cards, asylum, and some visas—subjecting loved ones to similar intrusions.
Sony’s first accessible controller is an excellent start and a welcome new part of PlayStation's lineup, but it has a ways to go before being truly incredible.
It’s the most stressful time of the year. This comfortable, compact massage tool helps you decompress at home—and it’s way more affordable than the competition.
French startup Biomemory is rolling out a credit-card-sized storage device that uses DNA to encode a kilobyte of text data.
To celebrate WIRED’s 30th birthday, we asked the experts—and our imaginations—to dream up the cars, phones, televisions, and other tools of tomorrow.
More US states are moving to bar companies from binding workers with noncompete agreements. Research shows the move could boost wages and innovation.
A WIRED investigation into internet censorship in US schools found widespread use of filters to censor health, identity, and other crucial information. Students say it makes the web entirely unusable.
dimanche 3 décembre 2023, 14:00
Forget massage guns and weighted blankets. European Spa Source’s eucalyptus scent is my gear of the year.
Physicists have long suspected that hunks of metal could vibrate in a peculiar way that would be all but invisible. Now physicists have spotted these “demon modes.”
TikTok made me buy it, and I’m not mad about it: The viral Baggu handbag can fit a day’s worth of stuff, and you can customize it with patches and doodads.
QR codes can be convenient—but they can also be exploited by malicious actors. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Valve’s handheld game console is easy to take apart for repairs and upgrades. Swapping in a higher capacity solid-state drive lets you play more of those ridiculously large PC games on the go.
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