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Their Photos Were Posted Online. Then They Were Bombed
An attack on Russian mercenaries shows how militaries are increasingly using open source data—with sometimes deadly consequences.
Europe Set Itself Up for This Energy Crisis
The region’s unified approach to energy predates Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but countries suffering from shortages may now have to watch gas flow past.
Director Owen Kline Calls Funny Pages His ‘Self-Critical’ Debut
The coming-of-age comedy has divided critics. But it’s undeniably true to the vision of its creator.
George Miller Knows the Power of a Great Story
The Mad Max director spoke with WIRED about the allegorical grace of his new movie, Three Thousand Years of Longing.
Satellites Keep the World’s Clocks on Time. What if They Fail?
Standardized time is broadcast by satellite networks around the world, but their signals are vulnerable to interference—so the UK is building a more resilient system.
In Case You Missed It
This Giant Sprinkler System Can Protect Cities From Wildfires
Two Spanish towns have built a network of towers that douse surrounding trees with recycled water—stopping fire in its tracks.
The Twitter Whistleblower Plays Right Into Elon Musk’s Hands
Damning accusations from Twitter’s former chief of security could have widespread consequences for Musk’s takeover.
Babylon Disrupted the UK’s Health System. Then It Left
The AI-powered online doctor app is ditching its controversial NHS contracts as it focuses on the US market.
Flooding Wetlands Could Be the Next Big Carbon Capture Hack
The Nywaigi people in Australia have discovered a way to sequester carbon, boost coastal biodiversity, and create jobs.
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The Joy of Playing the Same Sims Family for Years
Most people don't stick with the just one in-game clan for very long. These players have stuck with the same lineage for half a decade—and counting.
Egg and Sperm Donors Could Be Required to Share Medical Records
In much of the US, donors aren't obliged to disclose potentially inheritable health conditions. A proposed law could change that.
Inside the World’s Biggest Hacker Rickroll
As a graduation prank, four high school students hijacked 500 screens across six school buildings to troll their classmates and teachers.
The Sandman Is Almost Too Faithful to Its Source Material
Netflix’s series treats Neil Gaiman’s comic like gospel. It needed to treat it like inspiration.
Your Final Resting Place Could Be a Coffin Made of Mushrooms
Loop wants to rebuild the world with ecological structures made of fungal mycelium. Its proof of concept? Living coffins.
Meet the UK’s New Woodland Rangers: a Herd of Wild Bison
A rewilding project in Kent thinks that introducing bison to the UK can supercharge biodiversity. But how wild can introduced animals ever be?
Gravity Could Solve Clean Energy’s One Major Drawback
Finding green energy when the winds are calm and the skies are cloudy has been a challenge. Storing it in giant concrete blocks could be the answer.
What Happens When an AI Knows How You Feel?
Technology used to only deliver our messages. Now it wants to write them for us by understanding our emotions.
The Very Best Prime Day Deals Still Live Today in the UK
From headphones and blenders to smartwatches and a fan, these are the actually good deals still live today on Amazon
The Best Electric Mopeds You Can Ride in 2022
Keen to avoid the petrol pump, road tax and congestion charges? Try one of these electric mopeds.
29 of The Best Subscription Boxes to Send as Gifts
From surprise tech treats and creative craft kits, to plants in the post and alcohol-free booze, these are the best subscription gift boxes to send in 2022.
The Best VPN Services Tested for Speed, Reliability and Privacy
The WIRED guide to the best VPN for the UK (free and paid) on Mac, Windows, iPhone, Android and more.
37 of the Best Films on Netflix This Week
Stuck for a good film on Netflix? Here are our picks for the best Netflix movies to feast your eyes on, updated weekly.
42 of the Best Netflix Series to Binge-Watch Right Now
Struggling with what to watch on Netflix tonight? Look no further than the WIRED guide to the best Netflix TV shows in 2022. Updated weekly.
40 of the Best Films on Disney+ Right Now
Here's WIRED guide to the best classic flicks, Marvel movies, and Star Wars sagas on Disney+.
9 of the Best Films on Amazon Prime Right Now
From One Night in Miami… to Jiro Dreams of Sushi, these are the best films available on Amazon Prime.
Inside That Gory House of the Dragon Premiere Episode
Never let it be said that a Game of Thrones property isn’t going to deliver big, brutal events.
Clearing the Bar
The Low Threshold for Face Recognition in New Delhi
Police in India's capital say they only require an 80 percent accuracy rate for matches, raising new alarm bells for civil liberty advocates.
This Week On The WIRED Podcast
NFTs and football; the unstoppable captcha.
How Long Droughts Make Flooding Worse
Parched ground is less likely to absorb water and increases the risk of dangerous flash floods. But there are ways to mitigate these conditions.
Ethereum's 'Merge' Is a Big Deal for Crypto—and the Planet
One of the most influential cryptocurrency projects is set to finally ditch proof-of-work mining.
After She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Read These 5 Comics
Marvel’s latest show on Disney+ introduces Bruce Banner’s cousin (and comedy) to the MCU. Here’s what to read after you’ve turned green with laughter.
Out of Gas
Europe’s Plan to Wean Itself off Russian Gas Just Might Work
Russia has made good on threats to reduce supply—leaving the EU to navigate several tough winters of energy squeezes.
The Android 13 Privacy Settings You Should Update Now
Google’s new mobile operating system has arrived. Take back some control with these privacy and security tips.
The Future Could Be Blissful—If Humans Don’t Go Extinct First
WIRED talked with long-termist philosopher William MacAskill about human extinction, Elon Musk, and his new book, What We Owe the Future.
Is Oxygen the Answer to Long Covid?
Treatment options for lasting Covid symptoms are limited, but initial studies suggest hyperbaric oxygen could help.
New Evidence Points to the Moon Once Being Part of Earth
Gases trapped in lunar meteorites hint that the moon was formed out of material displaced from Earth after a planetary collision.
The Joy of 6
You Can Now Buy Polestar’s Roadster—Minus the Drone
The company is taking orders for its 155-mph sports car—but sadly the Polestar 6 will be a no-fly drone zone.
Doctors Are Pioneering a Better Way to Perform Autopsies on Kids
Hi-res imaging can help determine cause of death in very young babies—giving parents answers without the distress of an invasive autopsy.
Spyware Scandals Are Ripping Through Europe
The latest crisis that rocked the Greek government shows the bloc’s surveillance problem goes beyond the notorious NSO Group.
The Feds Gear Up for a Privacy Crackdown
Plus: Cisco gets hit by ransomware, Twilio gets phished, a new way to fight email spammers, and much more.
A Single Flaw Broke Every Layer of Security in MacOS
An injection flaw allowed a researcher to access all files on a Mac. Apple issued a fix, but some machines may still be vulnerable.
The US Offers a $10M Bounty for Intel on Conti Ransomware Gang
The State Department organization has called for people to share details about five key members of the hacking group.
Gabrielle Zevin Believes Games Show People Who They Really Are
In Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, the novelist explores the intimacy of gaming together.
Swarms of Mini Robots Could Dig the Tunnels of the Future
The underground excavation industry is exploring mini robots, plasma torches, and superheated gas to replace the massive boring machines now in use.
Bot or Not
Smiling Dogs? Horses Made of Clouds? Captcha Has Gone Too Far
Users face increasingly impossible challenges to prove they are not bots.