The Top 30 Cybersecurity Bugs Include Plenty of Usual Suspects

This week, WIRED reported on an alarming phenomenon of real warships having their locations faked by some unknown miscreant.

14 Weekend Deals on Smartphones, Laptops, and Audio Gear

If you've managed to snag yourself some time in the great outdoors this weekend, hats off to you. Like the hero of a Gary Pau

How the Jaguar, King of the Forest, Might Save Its Ecosystem

As the region’s apex predator, jaguars keep the ecosystem in balance, say the scientists. “If you remove an apex predator

How to Get the Most Out of Your Meditation App

Diana Winston, director of mindfulness education at UCLA's Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC), notes that there is a lo

Dogs, Unlike Wolves, Are Born to Communicate With People

Earlier this year, researchers found new support for this second idea when they measured the extent to which the ability to f

Why the History of Black Twitter Needed to Be Told

This week, Jason Parham takes us inside one of the most influential communities on the internet and shares their stories in t

‘Neuromancer’ Is Still Mind-Blowing Cyberpunk

William Gibson published his classic novel Neuromancer almost 40 years ago, but it still feels fresh today. Science fict

The World Is Suffering from Champlain Towers South Syndrome

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Ted Lasso, the Olympics, and Talking About Mental Health

The Monitor is a weekly column devoted to everything happening in the WIRED world of culture, from movies to memes, TV to Twi

3D Imaging Shows How Shark Guts Work Like a Tesla Valve

In 1920, Serbian-born inventor Nikola Tesla designed and patented what he called a “valvular conduit”: a pipe whose inter