Tesla’s plans just got way bigger. In a blog post Elon Musk announced a new range of vehicles, and ride-sharing. The post Tesla’s Plan For World Domination Includes Buses and Semis appeared first on WIRED.
What is this unity you speak of? The post Cruz Diehards Still Don’t Forgive Trump for Those Tweets appeared first on WIRED.
The Florida Department of Public Health announced late yesterday that it is investigating a case of non-travel related Zika in Miami-Dade County. The post Florida May Have Its First Case of Zika from Local Mosquitoes appeared first on WIRED.
The company is bringing in Washington heavyweights to try to eliminate discrimination on its site. The post Airbnb Taps Ex-Attorney General Holder to Fix Its Bias Problem appeared first on WIRED.
The privacy-focused Tor Project backs a new initiative that lets you use Tor to keep your home’s Internet-of-things devices hidden from hackers. The post Now You Can Hide Your Smart Home on the Darknet appeared first on WIRED.
During his third day driving at Uber at the RNC, our Transporter meets a holdout, college students, and a catalyst, all of whom have Very Big Thoughts on what’s happening in Cleveland. The post Fake Lincolns and More Adventures of an RNC Uber Driver appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook has always hoped Messenger would become its anchor in a post-app Internet. One billion users gets it closer to to that goal. The post Facebook Chases Post-App Prize with 1 Billion Messenger Users appeared first on WIRED.
This week the WIRED Culture podcast crew has some serious ghost-busting feelings to process. There’s also some giddy excitement for Comic-Con, too. The post Culture Podcast: Go See Ghostbusters Because We Told You So appeared first on WIRED.
In a world of super slippery coatings, the very concept of “cleaning” goes away. The post Super Slippery Coatings Are Good for Way More Than Ketchup Bottles appeared first on WIRED.
Just like regular maps, brain maps are useful points of reference. Scientists use them to agree on what they’re studying in the first place. The post A New Map of the Brain Redraws the Boundaries of Neuroscience appeared first on WIRED.