Pepe is popping up all over Hong Kong—on walls, in forums, in sticker packs for apps—as a symbol of resistance against an authoritarian state.
Members of Twitter’s safety council say the company is keeping them in the dark and want to talk to CEO Jack Dorsey, in a letter obtained by WIRED.
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WIRED’s Matt Simon joins the show to talk about microplastics—what they are, why they’re a nightmare, and whether you should fret about eating them.
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Sex robots are here, and their AI-enabled pseudosexuality isn’t long behind.
The threat of cyberwar looms over the future: a new dimension of conflict capable of leapfrogging borders and teleporting the chaos of war to civilians thousands of miles beyond its front.
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Players, coaches, and scientists alike say that the current record of 64 yards is well shy of what humans are capable of kicking.
All the state attorneys general, along with 12 major companies, promise to finally make serious moves against robocalls.
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John MacDougall’s portrait-style capture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson suggests the allure of a spy thriller.
It’s not about what’s good for Spider-Man. It’s about the fate of comic-book movies—which might be doomed.