Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is totally onto the Russian spies trying to recruit him. But knowing he’s a target doesn’t necessarily protect him from their influence. The post Even If Dana Rohrabacher Was a Russian Asset, Would He Know? appeared first on WIRED.
The ride-hailing company sends a sharply worded letter to its star self-driving car engineer, who’s at the heart of a lawsuit over trade secrets.
This week a bizarrely behaving star began acting very odd again, sending scientists scrambling to train telescopes on it in hopes of solving its mystery.
Roughly 98 percent of PCs hit by the ransomware attack were running Windows 7, says security firm Kaspersky Lab.
People are taking photos and videos all over major cities, all the time, from every angle. Theoretically, with enough of them, you could map every street and building — wait, did I say theoretically? I meant in practice, as the VarCity project has demonstrated with Zurich, Switzerland. Read More
Rubbin’ is racin’, goes the saying. The post Photo of the Week: A Gnarly Nascar Pile Up in Kansas Ends in Flames appeared first on WIRED.
The Marvel movies of the ’10s are threatening to become like the Marvel comics of the ’80s: diluted by competing universes and crossover events. The post With Venom, Marvel’s Got Its Biggest Bad of All: Brand Dilution appeared first on WIRED.