Wired Magazine (23)

The Impossible Burger: Inside the Strange Science of the Fake Meat That 'Bleeds'

Join WIRED for the deepest dive yet into the science of the Impossible Burger, the genetically engineered fake meat on a mission to upend the beef industry.

New Group of Iranian Hackers Linked to Destructive Malware

A suspected Iranian government hacking team known as APT33 may be planting computer-killing code in networks around the world.

'Freeways' Is a Mobile Game That Lets You Play Traffic Engineer

Justin Smith's game will drive you crazy and make you appreciate hardworking highway builders.

Got a PS4? Add Virtual Reality for Only $300

The most affordable VR bundle is $100 off right now with a coupon code.

The 2017 Emmy Winners Were Heartening, But TV Diversity Is Still Far From Prestige

At Sunday's award ceremony, the night's most significant wins served as a reminder that the TV industry still suffers from an ugly imbalance.

Nike's New Flyleather Brings Cowskin Into the 21st Century

The company's newest tennis shoe is made from recycled leather.

To Stop Distracted Driving, Researchers Monitor Drivers

A team from the University of Waterloo used deep learning to develop a system that monitors drivers and detects distraction.

Electric Concept Cars from the Frankfurt Motor Show Reveal the Auto Industry's Future

Concepts from BMW, Mercedes, Audi, and others show how big automakers are preparing for the electric age.

Brash Investor Tries to Blow Up the IPO as His Partners Quit

VC Chamath Palihapitiya is investing in public companies, but his two co-founders are leaving their firm, Social Capital.

Boeing Tests a Lidar Laser System for Turbulence Detection

The system, created by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency could give aircraft a 60-second warning before turbulence strikes.

Spinzall Review: It Clarifies and Separates, But It's Too Much for Most People's Needs

The Spinzall kitchen centrifuge does stuff like clarify fruit juices, make butter, and create clear herb oils.

Apple's FaceID Could Be a Powerful Tool for Mass Spying

Opinion: The new facial recognition technology could be the next frontier for surveillance.

Kids These Days: It's Time to Stereotype Generation Z

Millennials are, like, so 2000-and-late.

With Designer Bacteria, Crops Could One Day Fertilize Themselves

Big Ag is pouring a lot of money into figuring out how. But the science still has a long way to go.

Mercedes-AMG's $2.8M Project One Hypercar Is Finally Here

Finally, the specs and photos you've been waiting for.

Gadget Lab Podcast: Behind the Scenes at the iPhone X Launch

We recap all of the news from Cupertino, offer analysis of the iPhone X, and give you advice about which iPhone to buy.

Tech's Lack of Transparency Around Harassment Is Dangerous

SoFi CEO Mike Cagney resigns amid harassment allegations, but it's hard to know why.

Hands-On with the iPhone X: Our First Look at Face ID, Animoji, and More

After spending a few minutes with iPhone X, I understood what Tim Cook meant when he called it "the future of the smartphone."

Everything Apple Announced: iPhone X, iPhone 8, Face ID, Animoji, Apple Watch, Apple TV

It's not all iPhones: Apple showed off a brand new Apple Watch, upgrades to Apple TV, and a host of other features coming to Apple's ecosystem.

Star Wars Needs J.J. Abrams Now More Than Ever

Bringing him on to direct 'Star Wars: Episode IX' makes complete sense, from a certain point of view.

Mr. Know-It-All: Should I Feel Guilty For Watching Pirated TV?

Lots of people do it, but does that mean they shouldn't feel bad about it?

How to Stop the Next Equifax-Style Megabreach—Or At Least Slow It Down

The Equifax breach wasn't the first mega-breach. But there are some steps that could help make it the last.

'Destiny 2' Comes With a World to Support It

The original game, for all its excellent moment to moment experiences, felt like it was largely a series of menus. 'Destiny 2' feels like a place.