Medical research team Xtreme Everest set up a lab in one of earth's most oxygen-starved places. What they discovered could save thousands of lives around the world.
The app economy is booming. In the first nine months of 2017, $31 billion was spent in the Apple App Store and Google Play around the world, with 95 percent of revenue coming from in-app purchases.
In the booming world of crypto startups, you don't need a business plan to get rich. You just need an idea, and a coin.
When Adam and Shivaun Raff's company was destroyed by Google, they didn't get mad, they got even. Now, for the first time, the couple tell their story.
For designers, smartphone screens are one of the most challenging elements. Google creative lead Alberto Villarreal explains his vision of creating the perfect phone.
The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness — or otherwise — of its 1.3 billion residents
From rooftop dog parks to machine learning elevators, WIRED gets rare access to Amazon's offices in Seattle
For centuries, humanity's dead bodies have been either buried or cremated. Now, a growing movement is advocating for a cleaner, more sensitive alternative.
In a region known as the "Siberian Traps," a huge pulse of magma rose up through the Earth, and instead of erupting on the surface, it spread throughout the Earth’s crust, creating a vast network of rock stretching across almost one million square miles.
Boeing and Lockheed Martin have created unconventional aircraft to move plane components across continents.
Before Sarah Michelle Gellar picked up her stakes, Kristy Swanson was The Chosen One in a 1992 film.
Anybody who fears mass unemployment underestimates capitalism’s extraordinary ability to generate new bullshit jobs. But if we want to really reap the rewards of the huge technological advances made in recent decades (and of the advancing robots), we need to radically rethink our definition of “work.”
Inside Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, the two companies aiming to reinvent travel.
The galaxy is roughly the same mass as the Milky Way, but our galaxy has a hundred times more stars
Whether diving the ocean or falling from space, Red Bull's high-performance center knows how to give competitors the edge.
Two researchers analysed millions of bit.ly generated short URLs and found that randomly generating the addresses allowed them to access the content behind them.
Forest City is quartet of islands born from reclaimed land in the Straits of Johor, the thin strip of water between neighbors Malaysia and Singapore, but it may as well be the uncanny valley so much is it like wandering into a video game.
For the Cybathlon, a new international sporting event taking place in Zurich in October 2016, the question of limits is beside the point.
The conversation around Bitcoin has shifted from curiosity, confusion and doubt to one in which serious decision-makers are recognising the many ways blockchain ledgers can be used.
Philip Pullman's dark fantasy "His Dark Materials" is getting another shot at on-screen success, with the BBC announcing a new adaptation of the books. The first season will run eight episodes, and adapt the first novel in the series, "Northern Lights."