Meet the Illustrator Diversifying Airbnb's Image
Airbnb rolls out a set of new illustrations to better reflect its users—and the world.
'Halloween' Annihilates the Weak Sequels That Came Before It
It’s the first to recapture the unfussy rigor of John Carpenter’s 1978 original.
Fusty Ol' Scientific Texts Get a Gorgeous, Pricey Makeover
Arty versions of science classics are mostly a gift for your midcentury modern coffee table—but crack them open, and you might learn a thing or two about science too.
Rockstar's 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Crunch Controversy and the Rest of the Week in Games
You thought the industry’s labor problem was under control? Good luck with that!
Why the Search for Aliens Could Unite Us Here on Earth
Jill Tarter and Maggie Turnbull discuss Trappist-1, the Fermi paradox, and Fast Radio Bursts at Wired25
Drive.ai Brings Its Self-Driving Cars to Dallas Cowboy Fans
The startup is launching a service that will cart the public around Arlington, Texas, including to and from AT&T Stadium.
Lime's New Scooter Is Hardier, Heavier, and Built for Life on the Streets
More range, more robust, more stable, more waterproof. Lime thinks its “Gen 3” scooter is ready to take on the worst the world can do to it.
Google Wants China. Will Chinese Users Want Google?
If it wins government approval to offer its search engine in China, Google won’t have some typical assets, like rich user data and integration with its browser.
Netflix Is Finally Canceling Shows. Good
It’s time to make room for new content.
Twitter's Dated Data Dump Doesn’t Tell Us About Future Meddling
Twitter’s release of more than 10 million tweets from Russia’s Internet Research Agency and Iran sheds little light on those agencies’ current tactics, researchers say.