Big Tech Needs to Use Hazardous Materials Warnings

Big Tech Needs to Use Hazardous Materials Warnings

The technology sector has a hazardous materials problem, beyond the mountains of electronic waste it generates. More immediately, Big Tech fails to warn...
Election Systems Are Even More Vulnerable Than We Thought

Election Systems Are Even More Vulnerable Than We Thought

Hacker summer camp is here again! You know what that means: WIRED is back in Las Vegas for the annual Black Hat and...
Are Sci-Fi Movies Getting Too Pretentious?

Are Sci-Fi Movies Getting Too Pretentious?

Science fiction movies tend to be heavy on action and spectacle, but it’s becoming more and more common to see films like High...
Leica Q2 Review: Perfect, From a Certain Point of View

Leica Q2 Review: Perfect, From a Certain Point of View

Leica cameras are the kind of ultra-high-end gear even professional photographers covet. They’re the Bugatti of the camera world, and the reputation is...
How 'Microcracks' Undermined San Francisco's New Bus Terminal

How ‘Microcracks’ Undermined San Francisco’s New Bus Terminal

A maintenance worker poking around above the ceiling panels of San Francisco’s brand-new bus terminal found the crack. It was, honestly, hard to...
Hackers Take on Darpa's $10 Million Voting Machine

Hackers Take on Darpa’s $10 Million Voting Machine

For the last two years, hackers have come to the Voting Village at the DefCon security conference in Las Vegas to tear down...
This Tesla Mod Turns a Model S Into a Mobile 'Surveillance Station'

This Tesla Mod Turns a Model S Into a Mobile ‘Surveillance Station’

Automatic license plate reader cameras are controversial enough when law enforcement deploys them, given that they can create a panopticon of transit throughout...
Free Bus Rides in Salt Lake City Might Not Be So Far-Fetched

Free Bus Rides in Salt Lake City Might Not Be So Far-Fetched

If a leading candidate for mayor gets his way, residents of Salt Lake City may soon be able to drop their transit cards...
The End of Cheap Ride-Hail, a Teen Hacker, and More News

The End of Cheap Ride-Hail, a Teen Hacker, and More News

Uber and Lyft may soon raise their prices, a bored teenager hacked popular education software, and Apple is upping its bounty to find...
A Teen Hacker Found Bugs in School Software That Affects Millions

A Teen Hacker Found Bugs in School Software That Affects Millions

A few short decades ago, the archetypal hacker was a bored teenager breaking into his school's network to change grades, à la Ferris...

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