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Automakers Are Making Car Ownership Optional
Monthly car subscriptions through startups like Carma Car, Fair, and Flexdrive offer all the utility of ownership with none of the hassle.
Scuttled Peace Summits and *Arrested Development* Trouble Top This Week's Internet News
North Korea, mansplaining, and all the other online brouhahas you may have missed this week.
There's Nothing Noble about Science?s Nobel Prize Gender Gap
Opinion: Given the dearth of women receiving the top science prizes, it's time for the Nobel Committee to revamp how it awards great work.
Boost Your Nintendo Switch Experience With These Accessories
A rich ecosystem of Switch add-ons makes Nintendo?s compact console even more fun.
Big Tech's Fight for Net Neutrality Moves Behind the Scenes
Google, Facebook, and others didn't join a "Red Alert" day earlier this month, but they are backing a lawsuit to restore net neutrality rules.
Puppy Brain Scans Could Help Pick the Best Dog Bomb Sniffers
Researchers are working to identify behavioral and neurological indicators that determine which lil puppers will grow into good bomb-sniffing doggos.
A Classical Math Problem Gets Pulled Into Self-Driving Cars
A century ago, the great mathematician David Hilbert posed a probing question in pure mathematics. A recent advance in optimization theory is bringing Hilbert?s work into the modern world.
Space Photos of the Week: Meet TESS, the Exoplanet Hunter
NASA's satellite takes on the exploratory work of the Kepler mission, which so far has discovered more than 2,000 planets orbiting other stars.
VR Headsets That Will Transport You, Wherever the Destination
Whether you?re beaming up to the *Enterprise* or crashing your friend?s destination wedding from your sofa, these headsets take you there.
T-Mobile Web Portal Exposed 74 Million Accounts, and and More Security News This Week
Hacking back, Trump's poor security hygiene and more of the week's top security news.
What Would Mind-Reading Really Be Like?
Telepathy has been a common trope in sci-fi for decades, but how would it work if it was real?
Israel's Self-Flying 'Cormorant' Whisks Soldiers to Safety
Tactical Robotics' autonomous aircraft may not look too cool, but it might make battlefields safer, and eventually help civilians fly around town.
How Social Media Became a Pink Collar Job
When companies ask for sociable, flexible, compassionate workers, they?re silently signaling women to sign-on to an undervalued job that powers the digital economy.
Gadget Lab Podcast: The Very Human Element of Self-Driving Cars
WIRED?s Alex Davies and Aarian Marshall join this week?s Gadget Lab podcast to talk all things transportation?and yes, that includes Elon Musk.
Former Trump Campaign Aide: My Russia Ties Are Not Nefarious!
Michael Caputo is helping launch a video startup that involves a bunch of Russians. He?s also sending a Russian ballerina on tour. But that doesn?t make him a Putin stooge, he insists.
How Europe's GDPR Regulations Became a Meme
Internet users fed up with flooded inboxes are turning wonky policy changes into Twitter gold.
3 Laptops Powerful Enough to Take Your Gaming On the Go
Don?t leave your latest gaming obsession at your desk. With these powerful laptops, you can level up wherever, whenever.
The Physics of Accelerating Spacecraft in *The Expanse*
There are no pew-pew lasers or faster-than-light space travel here?just serious science.
Uber's Self-Driving Crash, Elon's Twitter Rage, and More Car News This Week
Plus: updates on Tesla Model 3 production, Porsche's new Cayenne hybrid, and college kids make the Camaro into a tree-hugging muscle car.
'Meaty,' 'Broad Band' and 10 More Books You Must Read This Summer
Fiction. Nonfiction. Science! Looking for some beach reads? This list is a good place to start.