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1 Mobileye Puts Lidar on a Chip—and Helps Map Intel's Future
2 How to Back Up Your Most Important Emails
3 D&D Must Grapple With the Racism in Fantasy
4 Flash Is Dead—but Not Gone
5 Alphabet Is Grounding Loon—but Won't Call It a Failure
6 A Fight Over GameStop’s Soaring Stock Turns Ugly
7 A Year Ago I Asked: How Bad Could Covid Get? Now We Know
8 The Truth About North Korea's Ultra-Lockdown Against Covid-19
9 WIRED's Picks for the 10 Books You Have to Read This Winter
10 Is This a Fossilized Lair of the Dreaded Bobbit Worm?
11 An Internet Without Trump
12 The Art and Science of Boarding an Airplane in a Pandemic
13 He Made a Viral Bernie Sanders Meme Site. Now He Has to Keep It Going
14 Let Fire Stations and EMS Crews Administer Covid Vaccines
15 Parler Finds a Reprieve in Russia—but Not a Solution
16 Biden’s Covid Plan Will Define His Presidency
17 How One Rabbi Uses Roleplaying Games to Build Community
18 It’s Not Just You: Everyone’s Mental Health Is Suffering
19 The SolarWinds Hackers Used Tactics Other Groups Will Copy
20 A 25-Year-Old Bet Comes Due: Has Tech Destroyed Society?
21 Watch Highlights From WIRED's CES Conversations
22 How to Reboot Your Burnt-Out Brain
23 The US Government Needs to Invest in Digital Design
24 This Site Published Every Face From Parler's Capitol Riot Videos
25 Former DOD Head: The US Needs a New Plan to Beat China on AI
26 Janet Yellen Will Consider Limiting the Use of Cryptocurrency
27 Social Media Bans Are Really, Actually, Shockingly Common
28 Chrome and Edge Want to Help Solve Your Password Problems
29 Facebook’s Oversight Board to Decide on Trump Ban
30 Platforms Must Pay for Their Role in the Insurrection
31 This Chinese Lab Is Aiming for Big AI Breakthroughs
32 Why does every advert look the same? Blame Corporate Memphis
33 Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra Review: Pro Zoom
34 Facebook Can’t Fix What It Won’t Admit To
35 The Race Is On to Identify and Stop Inauguration Rioters
36 How Many Microcovids Would You Spend on a Burrito?
37 Big Tech Can’t Ban Its Way Out of This
38 'The Legend of Zelda,' 'Dinky,' and a Bridge to My Daughter
39 Biden Gets to Work, Vaccine Guidelines Change, and More Coronavirus News
40 If Covid-19 Did Start With a Lab Leak, Would We Ever Know?
41 An Absurdly Basic Bug Let Anyone Grab All of Parler's Data
42 UW neuroscientist: Our brains are biologically wired for political hatred
43 CES 2021: What to Expect From the First-Ever Virtual CES
44 President Biden, Please Don't Get Into Carbon Farming
45 Your Body, Your Self, Your Surgeon, His Instagram
46 How Your Digital Trails Wind Up in the Police’s Hands
47 CES 2021 Highlights: 79 Top Products, Photos, and Announcements
48 Trump’s Worst, Most Bizarre Statements About ‘the Cyber’
49 The DC Riot Is the Sandy Hook of the Disinformation Crisis
50 The 14 Best Weekend Deals: Home Goods, Tech, TVs, and More
51 Why TikTok (and Everyone Else) Is Singing Sea Chanteys
52 Adorable Fish Bots Get Schooled in How to Swarm
53 WhatsApp Has Shared Your Data With Facebook for Years, Actually
54 People Still Really Love the Apple II
55 Climate Change Is Turning Cities Into Ovens
56 Climate Change Needs an Operation Warp Speed
57 2020 Was the One of the Hottest Years on Record
58 The Unsettling Truth About the ‘Mostly Harmless’ Hiker
59 Lucasfilm Games' New Partnerships Mean the Galaxy's the Limit
60 A Game Livestreaming Site Has Become an Extremist Haven
61 Everything We Know Now About Schools, Kids, and Covid-19
62 NASA Is Training an AI to Detect Fresh Craters on Mars
63 A Startup Will Nix Algorithms Built on Ill-Gotten Facial Data
64 The Physics of Reddit's Spinning Solar System Icon
65 Google’s New Union Is Already Addressing Political Issues
66 Virgin Orbit Just Launched a Rocket From a 747
67 The SolarWinds Investigation Ramps Up
68 Tackling tech's big diversity problem starts with education
69 The US Needs More Foreign Artificial Intelligence Know-How
70 Can an AI Predict the Language of Viral Mutation?
71 An Algorithm Is Helping a Community Detect Lead Pipes
72 Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants
73 Biden Returns the US to the Paris Climate Accord. Will It Matter?
74 Scientists Have Sequenced Dire Wolf DNA. Thanks, Science!
75 The Race to Preserve the DC Mob's Digital Traces
76 The Capitol Attack Doesn’t Justify Expanding Surveillance
77 No cases? No chance. The truth about North Korea and Covid-19
78 Hackers Used Zero-Days to Infect Windows and Android Devices
79 The Local Politics of Airbnb’s Ban on DC Rentals
80 Snapshot: Getting ‘wired” for success with help of an industry veteran
81 A Farewell to Adobe Flash—and the Messy, Glorious Web
82 5 Next-Gen Console Games You Should Actually Care About
83 The Bygone Glory of Blockbuster's 'Pokémon Snap' Station
84 Post-Riot, the Capitol Hill IT Staff Faces a Security Mess
85 The Arctic Ocean Is Teeming With Microfibers From Clothes
86 WIRED Robotics Competes at BEST State Robotics Competition Amid COVID Constraints
87 Washington was once wired with silent sentinels. Many of the call boxes remain.
88 A ‘Bulletproof’ Criminal VPN Was Taken Down in a Global Sting
89 Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review: an annoyingly hit-and-miss phone
90 Human brains pre-wired for words is coolest science story of 2020
91 Shame, suicide and the dodgy loan apps plaguing Google's Play Store
92 The SolarWinds Hackers Shared Tricks With a Notorious Russian Spy Group
93 Dungeons & Dragons' Racial Reckoning Is Long Overdue
94 The strange, violent death of Parler | WIRED UK
95 Apple's App 'Privacy Labels' Are Here—and They're a Big Step Forward
96 China Stakes Its Claim to Quantum Supremacy
97 When AI Sees a Man, It Thinks 'Official.' A Woman? 'Smile'
98 All the Gear We Fell In Love With During 2020
99 Watch Clips From Our WIRED25 2020 Event
100 WIRED Podcasts