The move comes just a week after the software was added to the game.
Google‘s affordable Pixel is still our favorite Android phone, and it‘s never been a better value.
As scientists race to create a vaccine, a parallel quest to engineer effective antibody treatments for the coronavirus is vital, too-and may provide relief sooner.
The latest app du jour is a social network centered on talking-and it‘s building buzz with the oldest trick in the book.
In an interview, the Google and Alphabet CEO discusses working from home, weathering antitrust probes, and how the company needs to do a better job on diversity.
Covid-19 lockdown has readjusted our appetite for entertainment-and changed our relationship to television entirely.
This crystal litter subscription service claims to detect illnesses in your cat. But it‘s not a replacement for vets.
A new connected pressure cooker that has enough smarts to (someday) unseat the Instant Pot.
Plus: a tradition of perks at Google, a controversial toilet paper decision, and a baffling new Netflix policy.
When seasonal blazes descend on California, millions could be inhaling smoke, which is known to predispose people to lung diseases.
This week, we measure the impact of Silicon Valley‘s shift to remote work. Also, we crash the Clubhouse.
Urine can be used for landing pads, gardens, and drinking water. But will there be enough to go around?
Just about all of our WIRED Recommended bed-in-a-box mattresses are on sale for the holiday weekend.
Disease diagnosis, drug discovery, robot delivery-artificial intelligence is already powering change in the pandemic‘s wake. That‘s only the beginning.
Could a trial by one‘s peers still work when all one‘s peers are WFH?
REI‘s Anniversary Sale, and some other outdoor retailer sales, are still on through Memorial Day. It‘s the best time of the year to pick up all the bikes, tumblers, and coolers that you‘ll need.
The Democratic presidential candidate responds to the internet‘s most searched questions, including his stances on immigration, education, and gun control.
In the few short years since his time in Congress, the secretary of state has conveniently reversed himself on multiple fronts.
Could a trial by one‘s peers still work, when all one‘s peers are WFH?
With contested vote tallies, concerns over Census data, and now the Covid-19 death toll, 2020 marks the ugly climax of a long dispute.
By using metadata instead of content to spot suspicious behavior, the social network can keep privacy intact.
From growing hybrid flowers to catching pesky wasps, these tricks will turn you into a pro.
In the first two weeks of May, they‘ve hit the dark web, hawking 200 million stolen records from over a dozen companies.