Space Photos of the Week: Earth Looks Peaceful From Up Here

Space Photos of the Week: Earth Looks Peaceful From Up Here

Humans saw the Earth from space for the first time in 1946 from a V-2 rocket, and subsequent images of the planet can make people feel a little, well, protective.Photograph: NASA/JPLEach of NASA’s Apollo missions had a shot list of photos to take, but this image, Earthrise, was not one of them.

Deepfake Porn Harms Adult Performers, Too

Deepfake Porn Harms Adult Performers, Too

Sex worker Sydney Leathers hasn’t come across any deepfakes based on her porn scenes, but she is intimately familiar with what it feels like to have her work used to harass and debase another woman.

Amazon Echo Dot Deal: It's on Sale for Just $9

Amazon Echo Dot Deal: It's on Sale for Just $9

The palm-sized gadget is on sale for just $1 if you let Amazon also sign you up for Music Unlimited, which costs $8 per month.Amazon Music Unlimited lets the Echo Dot play virtually any song, like a Spotify or Pandora subscription—two services that are also compatible with Alexa.

Radio Tracking a Rare Crayfish

Radio Tracking a Rare Crayfish

Nicole Sadecky, the biologist tracking them, uses the radios to learn more about the endangered Guyandotte crayfish.Sadecky says the radios had previously proven effective for tracking the non-endangered New River crayfish, which is similarly sized and uses similar habitat.

Game of Thrones Recap: The Problem With Prophecies

Game of Thrones Recap: The Problem With Prophecies

Sure, we can go back through the legend and connect Arya to passages about smoke and salt and blood, but does that mean a prophecy has been fulfilled or just that we've skillfully reimagined the outcome to line up with the story we expected to hear.

Amazon Has Great Deals on Its Tablets and Echo Speakers Now

Amazon Has Great Deals on Its Tablets and Echo Speakers Now

Amazon Has Great Deals on Its Tablets and Echo Speakers Now. Here on the WIRED Gear team, one of the questions that we field the most often is: Which smart speaker should I choose?

Finally! A DNA Computer That Can Actually Be Reprogrammed

Finally! A DNA Computer That Can Actually Be Reprogrammed

They showed it’s possible to use a simple trigger to coax the same basic set of DNA molecules into implementing numerous different algorithms. As these DNA tiles link up during the assembly process, they form a circuit that implements the chosen molecular algorithm on the input bits provided by the seed.

How Arrivo Got Colorado to Back a Wild-Eyed Highway Scheme

How Arrivo Got Colorado to Back a Wild-Eyed Highway Scheme

They hoped to enter a partnership with the governing body on their “inspired by the Hyperloop concept.” Arrivo’s pitch promised its technology would propel both specifically designed pods and people’s personal cars on sleds at hundreds of miles an hour, running along the medians of existing highways.

A New Camera Turns Its Gaze to the Driver—and Everyone Else

A New Camera Turns Its Gaze to the Driver—and Everyone Else

A New Camera Turns Its Gaze to the Driver—and Everyone Else Thanks to some clever machine learning, Guardian's system recognizes when the driver takes their hands off the wheel and whether their head is pointed ahead at the road, or down at a phone, or back at the kids.

5 Tips and Tricks for the Amazon Kids Tablet and Echo Dot

5 Tips and Tricks for the Amazon Kids Tablet and Echo Dot

Call Santa on the Echo Dot!I found that the Echo Dot for Kids was less useful than the Fire tablet for a closely supervised 3-year-old, but one of Amazon's latest features may make me reconsider.

Which Amazon Echo Should You Buy?

Which Amazon Echo Should You Buy?

If music and audio quality are your jam, the Sonos One is still the speaker to own, but the Echo Plus isn't bad, especially if you pair it with an Echo Sub ($130).It’s also the best version to buy if you own smart home devices, thanks to its Zigbee support.

17 Tech and Outdoors Deals, From Chargers to Hiking Boots

17 Tech and Outdoors Deals, From Chargers to Hiking Boots

If you want to support our work, get an ad-free unlimited browsing experience, and the monthly magazine, a year of WIRED is only $10.The Ring Doorbell and New Echo Dot Are $79 OffAre you traveling for the holidays?

Space Photos of the Week: Thanks, Solar System Voyagers

Space Photos of the Week: Thanks, Solar System Voyagers

But there was one fantastic finale for the Voyager probes as they wrapped up work in the solar system.On February 14, 1990—Valentines Day—Voyager 1 turned back to face Earth from 4 billion miles away, and took its final photo.