‘Red vs. Blue,’ the phenomenon of the machinima era, is back for another season—nearly 15 years after it helped build a genre. The post Once the Darling of YouTube, Machinima Still Lives On—For Some appeared first on WIRED.
Arguing for political activism may have been what science needed, but it could also make the fights ahead harder to win. The post Marching Brought Scientists Together—But What Do They Do Now? appeared first on WIRED.
Now that the Trump Administration is working to shred those environmentally-focused rules, the auto industry seems to be swinging its attention east. The post In the Age of Trump, China Eyes Electric Car Dominance appeared first on WIRED.
No, really. The post While You Were Offline: Sarah Palin Brought Ted Nugent and Kid Rock to the White House appeared first on WIRED.
As South Korea builds up its missile defense, China keeps a close eye. The post All About the US Missile Defense That’ll Protect South Korea—And Tick Off China appeared first on WIRED.
After a surprise discovery, astrophysicists are racing to understand superenergetic flashes of radio waves that sometimes beep out from distant galaxies. The post Inside the Hunt for the Source of a Mysterious Cosmic Burst appeared first on WIRED.
No one wants murder videos on Facebook. But no one wants Facebook to censor their baby videos, either. The post Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won’t Like the Choices appeared first on WIRED.
Bursts of energy from a black hole, lava on Mars, and Jupiter’s cloud tops. The post Space Photos of the Week: Galaxies That Pass Gas Together, Stay Together appeared first on WIRED.
WIRED Science writers across the United States follow the March for Science from Washington DC, Boston, and San Francisco. The post March for Science: Live Updates from Washington DC and Around the US appeared first on WIRED.