Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
This sale on WIRED-approved headphones, TVs, and phones has a pricing guarantee: If the price dips further before Black Friday, Best Buy will pay you the difference.
After the game's success in the 1970s, designers Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson found themselves in a battle over who should be considered its true creator.
Plus: The infamous 2016 Macbook Pro, Gödel’s ontological proof, and a mascot’s moment of weakness.
It took more than a decade to get the comics series adapted. Now it’s been canceled before even finishing its first season.
Give your loved ones the gift of feeling fabulous with these cosmetic tools and sets.
This week, we critique—and praise!—the new MacBook Pro models and the Pixel 6, both of which just landed in our laps.
Despite the conventional wisdom, they don’t really float.
Making your News Feed chronological is an enlightening look at what's really happening on the platform.
Apple’s laptops are expensive, and you’ll have to make some hard choices to pick the right one. Let us help.
The industry now has official guidance on design, materials, and more, but not security and privacy best practices.
From constant surveillance to algorithms that decide what we see, society is entering territory reserved for fictional dystopias. Here's how to push back.
The Acer Swift 3's chip update and long-lived battery makes it one of the best affordable all-around laptops.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel, digital artist Beeple, scholar Timnit Gebru, actor John Cho, and more will discuss some of the biggest challenges facing humanity.
Worldcoin’s backers see it as a potential first step to a universal basic income.
Next time you stock up on supplies, consider these green cleaning alternatives.
California’s SB 41 is the latest to tighten regulations on the sensitive data collected by companies like 23andMe or Ancestry.
This is what it taught me about the fraught relationship between tech and geopolitics.
This pricey electric skateboard crushes steep hills, has a satisfying range, and goes very fast. Just make sure to wear protective gear.
A blood test of “NfL” proteins answers questions about damage severity that doctors—and families—desperately need.