Watch Today's Apple Event Right Here

Watch Today's Apple Event Right Here

So, even though Apple has an event scheduled today, we're most likely not going to see a new iPhone show up during the show.

20 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Built Apple's G4 Cube. It Bombed

20 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Built Apple's G4 Cube. It Bombed

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Power Mac G4 Cube, which debuted July 19, 2000.It also marks the 19th anniversary of Apple’s announcement that it was putting the Cube on ice.(Jobs hated fans.

Here’s Everything Apple Announced at WWDC

Here’s Everything Apple Announced at WWDC

Rumors that Apple would ditch Intel’s x86 chip architecture for its own ARM-based processors in Mac computers have persisted for years.

New Pokémon Snap Revives a Classic for Nintendo Switch

New Pokémon Snap Revives a Classic for Nintendo Switch

The upcoming version for the Nintendo Switch, succinctly titled New Pokémon Snap, has no release date yet.

Facebook Could Help Journalism by Making News Easier to Find

Facebook Could Help Journalism by Making News Easier to Find

Facebook announced on Monday that it was going to spend $100 million to help local news outlets during the coronavirus crisis.That money was meant to support coronavirus coverage in local publications, but according to Brown, so many requests for that money came in that the company realized that a much bigger sum was needed.

UK Has a Plan to Corral Huawei. But Security Concerns Linger

UK Has a Plan to Corral Huawei. But Security Concerns Linger

Washington effectively bans carriers from using the company’s equipment in US networks and has long warned that Huawei could build backdoors into its products that could be accessed by the Chinese government, something the company denies it has done or would do.

Neil Young’s Adventures on the Hi-Res Frontier

Neil Young’s Adventures on the Hi-Res Frontier

With a new Crazy Horse album, a new book, and his very own high-resolution streaming platform, the 73-year-old rock legend has set himself the modest goals of reuniting his beloved band, reinventing the wheel, and rescuing music for all humanity.

The Fed Chair Says Facebook's Libra Raises 'Serious Concerns'

The Fed Chair Says Facebook's Libra Raises 'Serious Concerns'

Gregory Barber covers cryptocurrency, blockchain, and artificial intelligence for WIRED.On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told the House Financial Services Committee that Facebook’s push into finance posed “many serious concerns.” In addition to worries about privacy, money laundering, and consumer protections, Libra poses serious risks to global financial stability due to the enormity of Facebook’s user base, Powell said.

Companies Don't Need Big Conventions. They Should Go Anyway

Companies Don't Need Big Conventions. They Should Go Anyway

Fox, Lucasfilm, and others have been no-shows at the event in recent years, and this year Warner Bros., which usually puts on a big presentation in the convention's massive Hall H, won't have a presence in that venue at all.

YouTube Is Banning Extremist Videos. Will It Work?

YouTube Is Banning Extremist Videos. Will It Work?

YouTube is changing its hate speech policy to more effectively police extremist content, a move targeting the legions of neo-Nazis, conspiracy theorists, white supremacists, and other bigots that long have used the platform to spread their toxic ideologies.

Critics Are Wary of the FTC’s New Tech Antitrust Task Force

Critics Are Wary of the FTC’s New Tech Antitrust Task Force

In a call with reporters Tuesday, the FTC’s Bureau of Competition director Bruce Hoffman said the new 17-member task force will have the power to investigate both future mergers and finalized ones.

It’s Not Quite Doomsday o’Clock—But It Should Be

It’s Not Quite Doomsday o’Clock—But It Should Be

Each January, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists greets the new year with a readout of its Doomsday Clock, an allegorical timepiece created in 1947 to illustrate our species’ proximity to the apocalypse.

Don't Expect New 'Star Wars' Movies on Disney+

Don't Expect New 'Star Wars' Movies on Disney+

Loose ends like, you know, what was his whole deal, anyway ?) Don't Expect New Star Wars Movies on Disney+ The Source: Disney CEO Bob Iger Probability of Accuracy: If Iger is saying it, it's definitely the case.

How a Dig at Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in 'Mortal Engines'

How a Dig at Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in 'Mortal Engines'

How Trump's Immigration Policy Ended Up in Peter Jackson's New Movie“We thought it was worth making a little comment,” says Jackson, who produced and co-wrote the screenplay for the forthcoming Mortal Engines.UniversalEarly on in Mortal Engines, the forthcoming movie based on Philip Reeve's book, a small Bavarian population gets consumed by the moving metropolis of "London." (The movie, like the book, is set in a future where roving "predator cities" ingest smaller towns for their resources.) As its citizens are forced to resettle in their new home, voices on loudspeakers tell them where to go and what to do.

Google's Past Data Use Could Impede Its Healthcare Push

Google's Past Data Use Could Impede Its Healthcare Push

Google's Past Data Use Could Impede Its Healthcare PushTim Pannell/Corbis/Getty ImagesAlphabet’s London-based AI lab DeepMind made history in 2016 when its AlphaGo software defeated a champion at the complex board game Go. On Tuesday the company said it was handing off a seemingly much simpler software challenge: a healthcare app for hospital staff called Streams being tested by UK hospitals.That project and its staff will be transferred to DeepMind’s much larger sister Google.

FDA Cracks Down on E-Cigarettes to Curb Teen-Vaping 'Epidemic'

FDA Cracks Down on E-Cigarettes to Curb Teen-Vaping 'Epidemic'

Now, recent data, like a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing that 2.1 million middle- and high-school students used e-cigarettes in 2017, is prompting the agency to rethink its position.“The FDA won’t tolerate a whole generation of young people becoming addicted to nicotine as a tradeoff for enabling adults to have unfettered access to these same products,” he said.Gottlieb’s offensive seems primarily aimed at Juul, the most popular of the e-cigarettes, with an estimated 70 percent share of the retail market according to Nielsen data.

How to Watch Apple's 2018 iPhone Launch Event

How to Watch Apple's 2018 iPhone Launch Event

Apple is expected to unveil a new version of the iPhone X, a lower-cost iPhone, a new Apple Watch, an update on iOS 12's release, and possibly more.Even if you're not in Cupertino, you can catch the festivities via livestream on Apple TV, on an iPhone or iPad, in a browser, and of course, by following along with our Apple iPhone 2018 liveblog here on Wired.com.How to WatchYou can watch the livestream directly from Apple's website.

Anthropocene vs Meghalayan: why geologists are fighting over whether humans are a force of nature

Anthropocene vs Meghalayan: why geologists are fighting over whether humans are a force of nature

Over the past decade, more and more scientists have agreed that human impact on Earth is so significant that we have entered a completely new geological phase, called the Anthropocene, including a group convened to agree a formal definition.