Twitter Is No Longer a Creative Haven

WIRED has written frequently of late about Elon Musk’s Twitter, so forgive me for coming back to it—but for those of us as terminally online as I am, let me just ask: What the hell happened last weekend?I woke...

TikTok’s Dream Worlds Thrived in a Nightmare Year

At the height of summer—on August 15 to be precise—6 million people visited Quincy’s Tavern, a steampunk-inspired venue with bottles and brews lining the walls and ambient yellow lighting behind the bar. This would be far too many customers...

Transformative Businesses Are Born in Tough Times

It’s been a rough year for entrepreneurs. Funding has been tight, top-flight leaders have been harder to lure away from secure corporate jobs, and marketing and discretionary spending has been at a standstill. Economic crunches are no fun for...

Satellite Communications Key to Driving India’s Tech Ambitions: MoS IT

Satellite communications is emerging as an important part of India's ambitions to scale up quality Internet access across the country, Minister of State for IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar said on Thursday. For the digital economy and India's growing clout in...

Eating Too Much Salt Could Cause Stress Levels to Rise

In the study, the researchers also took tissue samples from some mice after euthanizing them and found increased activity of genes that produce the proteins in the brain responsible for the stress response. “It is interesting to notice that these...

iPad Pro With 16-Inch Display in the Works, May Arrive

Apple launched two iPad Pro (2022) models with 11-inch and 12.9-inch displays last week in India. These new tablets are powered by an Apple M2 processor. A new report now suggests that the Cupertino company could be working on...

El Niño Is Coming—and the World Isn’t Prepared

In 2023, the relentless increase in global heating will continue, bringing ever more disruptive weather that is the signature calling card of accelerating climate breakdown. According to NASA, 2022 was one of the hottest years ever recorded on Earth. This...

iOS 16.1 Includes a Zero-Day Security Patch That Addresses Active

Apple released the iOS 16.1 update on Monday alongside the iPadOS 16.1, macOS Ventura, tvOS 16.1, and watchOS 9.1. The Cupertino company has revealed that this version includes a patch to address a zero-day vulnerability in the operating system....

Amazon Has Conquered Christmas—but Its Reign May Be Ending

The problem with Amazon’s own-brand mince pies is that they’re delicious. For years, the ecommerce giant has stuck its fingers into every pie going—Amazon wind farms and an Amazon airline are no longer something to Amazon Blink at. Yet now Jeff...

The 15 Best Movies of 2022—and Where to Watch Them

While 2021 was largely defined by its proximity to the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, when worldwide lockdowns and cinema closings forced moviegoers to establish new viewing habits, 2022 seemed to be about getting back to “business as usual.”...

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