The Dangers of Vaping, a Texas Ransomware Attack, and More News. A new study shows the vascular dangers of e-cigarettes, Texas gets hit with an unprecedented ransomware attack, and WIRED has some earbud suggestions for your workouts.
Bananas in Crisis, Aggressive Social Spiders, and More News. Hurricanes are fueling a rise in aggressive spiders, the end of the banana could be near, and Bugatti has released a $9 million car. Colonies of aggressive, social spiders boom after a hurricane.
Arctic Plastic Pollution, a Hacker Gag Gone Awry, and More News. Microplastics are reaching every corner of the earth, a hacker's joke cost him over $12,000, and WIRED takes a look at the science of dick pics.
Google has been quietly going through internal hell, Trump is delaying tariffs on some electronics, and a deadly superbug yeast is making its way through hospitals. Get your Christmas shopping in early: Trump's planned 10 percent tariffs on some consumer electronics like phones and laptops will be delayed until December 15 .
Samsung revealed new Galaxy Note phones, a security researcher discovered vulnerabilities in the Boeing 787, and hackers can get into your phone with just a text message. Security researchers lifted the curtain on "interaction-less bugs" in Apple's iOS that would allow a hacker access to your phone without you doing anything at all.
A Voracious Vineyard-Killer, Apple's Siri Snoopers, and More News. An invasive bug is destroying vineyards at an alarming rate, Apple contractors are listening to your Siri conversations, and we've got the earbuds for your next workout.
A Critical Device Hack, China's Social Credit, and More News. A bug is allowing hackers remote access to medical devices, China's social credit score is not actually that dystopian, and we've got a fun robot for kids.
UPS Wants to Unleash Drones, a Galaxy Fold Relaunch, and More News. After pulling the Galaxy Fold from the market due to a faulty display, Samsung now says it has fixed its foldable smartphone and that the product is ready for relaunch.
Robert Mueller visits Congress tomorrow, the most popular vehicle in America is going electric, and the youths are fueling a Snapchat comeback. Don't, however, expect any shattering new details—if we know anything about Robert Mueller, it's that he's probably going to stick pretty close to the book.
Elon's Brain Computer, Big Tech's Big Day in Congress, and More News. You can sign up right here to make sure you get the news delivered fresh to your inbox every weekday!
The Best Remaining Prime Day Deals, a Deadly App, and More News. There are still lots of Amazon Prime Day deals to be had, hackers made a killer app to prove a point, and it's the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Microsoft’s Ebook Apocalypse, Facebook Drug Ads, and More News. It turns out you don't actually own your ebooks; those "Hims" and "Hers" ads you always see are against the rules; and WIRED took a look at the importance of photographing women in sports.
A New and Terrifying Tick, a 3D-Printed Shoe Sole, and More News. It's time to get freaked out about a deadly new tick, New Balance is bringing us into 3D-printed shoe future, and WIRED wants to help you upgrade your underwater photography game.
Space X's Launch Tonight, An Illegal Airbnb Empire, and More News. SpaceX is taking on its most complicated mission yet; an illegal Airbnb ring has been unearthed in New York City; and WIRED wants to free you from streaming subscription hell.
Telemedicine as a Workaround to Abortion Regulations, and More News. Technology is offering a workaround to increasingly strict abortion regulations, Apple's 'Find My' feature goes one step further, and how Amazon chooses its choices. But how does Amazon choose its choices?