WIRED columnist Antonio Garcia Martinez on why Cambridge Analytica’s targeting efforts probably didn’t even work—and why Facebook should be embarrassed anyway.
Like the gaming world itself, the annual developer conference stands at a crossroads.
You give Facebook all of your data in exchange for using their service—an exchange that seems increasingly out of whack.
It was no secret that Cambridge Analytica was manipulating people with big data. But it took a former employee’s reckoning to provoke outrage.
The first deadly crash raises questions about how quickly autonomous driving technology is progressing—and who's in charge of keeping everybody safe.
In undercover videos filmed by Britain’s Channel 4 news, Cambridge Analytica executives appear to offer up various unsavory tactics to influence campaigns.
The HTC Vive VR system is finally getting affordable as the new Vive Pro goes up for preorder.
Just grab a window seat and don't move.
The portable PC now runs the latest silicon, but some design decisions—like a super clacky keyboard—don’t compute.
The PoulBot is teaching researchers about flocking behavior and about the cues animals need to fall in love with their robot overlords.