The crime-tracking app is charging $20 per month to give subscribers access to their own virtual security service.
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Nearly a week after Activision Blizzard employees walked out to protest alleged discrimination at the company, executive J. Allen Brack has left.
Back in 1909, figuring out the charge of a single electron was a Nobel-worthy pursuit. Today, it’s a good lesson in understanding four key forces.
The French Competition Agency has hit the company with $855 million in fines this year. The money is meaningless—but the changes could be profound.
The National Radio Quiet Zone limits wireless communications. But a journey to its center in Green Bank, West Virginia, reveals a town at odds with itself.
Nauka’s errant firings were likely the result of human error—and they raise concerns about the future of the country’s space program and its partnership with NASA.
Stop fumbling for cables in the dark. These WIRED-tested stands and pads will make recharging your iPhone or Android phone hassle-free.
A new model explains the forces and body design features that limit maximum sprinting speed.
While a number of recent announcements highlighted accessibility in games, or offered great options for viewers, there's more work to be done.