When it comes to big, ambitious science conducted on human beings, you have to ask: Who benefits? Is it you? Other people? Or the people collecting the data? The post Google’s Scary, Important, Invasive, Deep New Health Study appeared first on WIRED.
The electric plane just made its first flight. The post Lilium’s Funky ‘Jet’ Could Make Our Dreams of Flying Cars Come True appeared first on WIRED.
The newest installment in EA’s series of multiplayer Star Wars shooters is getting its ideas from the right place: its classic 2005 namesake. The post Battlefront II Knows Good Star Wars Games—It Already Was One appeared first on WIRED.
Rather than showing off North Korea’s military might as intended, the country’s most recent failed launch put observers at relative ease. The post North Korea’s Failed Missile Launch Eases Experts’ Worst-Case Scenario Fears appeared first on WIRED.
A new documentary explores the history of the Apollo space program, focusing on the mission control engineers who made it possible. The post The Untold Story of the Back-Room Team That Saved Apollo 13 appeared first on WIRED.
Six years ago Times Square was a congested thoroughfare. Today it celebrates its reopening as a European-style piazza. The post The Brilliant Simplicity of New York’s New Times Square appeared first on WIRED.
The Apple Co-founder talks pranks, his forthcoming comic book convention, and why he no longer fears our robot overlords. The post How Steve Wozniak Got Over His Fear of Robots Turning People Into Pets appeared first on WIRED.
Also, magnets, how do they work? “Magic!” (JK.) The post Bill Nye Says Climate Change Deniers Have a Bad Case of Cognitive Dissonance appeared first on WIRED.
Hydrogen has never caught on. But short-distance trucking could make it finally work. The post Toyota’s Still Serious About Hydrogen—It Built a Semi to Prove It appeared first on WIRED.