The actor delivers an unmistakable warning to those who think their phone call takes precedence over the film.
Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg join Batman and Wonder Woman.
At Manhattan's Luxury Technology Show, expensive phones, expensive bedding, cocktail weenies and Grillbot.
Rupert Sanders talks about the challenges of bringing the beloved anime to life, and why he cast Scarlett Johansson as the cyborg Major Kusanagi.
Here's a complete rundown of every "Power Rangers" series in the franchise's 25-year history, from a superfan and someone who vaguely remembers yelling "Triceratops" as a kid.
A sole collector in Mexico City has created one of the most amazing toy museums in the world. Come take a look.
Some users are complaining that the noise-cancelling is diminished after updating their headphone's firmware -- but CNET can't reproduce the problem.
Big brands are flexing their political muscle as they pull even more ads from Google's YouTube after the ads appear next to extremist videos.
No, seriously. It's gotten so bad that FedEx feels it has to pay you to use Flash, a technology derided as being outdated and unsafe.
Don't panic! Animal lovers' favorite maternity-suite cam is up and running again, as fans await the calf's birth.
Google is warning that it intends to deprecate and remove trust in Symantec-issued SSL/TLS certificates, as Symantec shoots back that the move is unwarranted.
Worried about hackers destroying your iCloud music, pictures, and documents? Here are three things you should do right now.
Google is removing SMS from Hangouts and finally saying goodbye to Google Talk.
Workflow automation is an important requirement for businesses and organizations pursuing digital transformation and IT modernization.
Distil Networks discovers a new advanced persistent bot that is stealing money from gift cards at retailers around the world.
The Obama administration said AI could threaten anywhere from 9 percent to 47 percent of jobs over the next decade or two, but Steve Mnuchin said that the potential problem is "not even on my radar."
Lenovo also revealed plans to realign its datacenter group under five market segments.
Corsair, maker of high-end PC components for two decades, has introduced its own high-end desktop model designed for gamers or business users who are willing to pay premium prices for extra processing power.
T-Mobile is rolling out Scam ID and Scam Block features to customers starting today as part of a strategy to protect customers. Three out of four people in the US have received scam calls at some point, resulting in an incredible amount of stolen money.
Bitly was constantly ordering new servers and replacing failed hard drives until it moved its infrastructure to the cloud in 2016. Here's a breakdown of how it's paying off.
Microsoft fixes a bug that made its file-hosting service, OneDrive, slow on Linux but not on Windows.
Nokia teases the availability of its new Android phones, with the US part of a global rollout starting next month.
You may have heard the term "Delta printer," but what does it mean? We compare and contrast traditional Cartesian 3D printers with Delta printers.
Data growth is increasing much faster than network bandwidth, while storage is getting cheaper and networks aren't. Which means, someday, moving to memory-centric systems. What would they look like? Here's a vision from the former director of HP Labs and the new CTO of Western Digital.
Google said it is removing carrier SMS texting as part of a broader effort to make Hangouts and Gmail more streamlined and useful for enterprises.
The world's greatest technocrats follow the cardinal rule of drug dealing: never get high on your own supply. The post Tech Bigwigs Know How Addictive Their Products Are. Why Don’t the Rest of Us? appeared first on WIRED.
Meanwhile, the hyperconverged systems market, though only a subset of the overall converged market, is growing at a much faster pace than the overall market.
DAILY VIDEO: Google releases early developers preview of Android O; Google continues to make strides in improving Android security; HashiCorp Vault Enterprise update manages distributed secrets; and there's more.
Innovation Sandbox allows RSA conference attendees a peek at incubating technology that may impact the careers of many future security professionals.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM tells customers at its InterConnect Conference that "Cloud Native" applications that are designed and optimized to run in the cloud are in their future.
Wuu provides a private place for sharing stuff with friends. Nothing more. No ads, no influencers, no BS. The post The Guy Behind Ello (Remember Ello?) Just Built a Better Snapchat appeared first on WIRED.
Samsung is getting serious about its voice-assistant game, but Bixby has a lot of promise and a long journey ahead. The post Samsung's Bixby Hopes the World Needs Another Voice Assistant appeared first on WIRED.
Manufacturers want to throughly control how people use the products they sell, but their interests rarely align with those of society. Right-to-repair laws fix that. The post You Bought That Gadget, and Dammit, You Should Be Able to Fix It appeared first on WIRED.
Lithium-ion batteries are often in the news for terrible reasons, but the problems go well beyond faults in the cells themselves. The post Don't Blame the Batteries For Every Lithium-Ion Explosion appeared first on WIRED.
They're currently limited to laughter, music, and video, but more are on the way as Google trains its detection algorithms.
Razer wants to give you its rewards currency for doing what you're already doing. It can be redeemed for a limited-edition mug with Razer Chroma lighting.
Researchers 3D printed an attachment that can let a smartphone's camera analyze a semen sample to determine its sperm count.
Musk took to Twitter to show off the new car and share some tidbits about its evolution.
It might happen in 50 or 100 years, Steve Mnuchin said, but he thinks that in the short term, artificial intelligence is good for America.
A researcher uses game theory to analyze the 'crosswalk chicken' that could occur between pedestrians and autonomous vehicles.
If you're looking to switch things up on your PC, these alternative browsers could have you saying farewell to Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Edge in no time.
You've decided it's time to pull the plug on your Prime account. But just how do you do that?
Roboticists are exploring the possibilities of using animals as models instead of humans.
In MindGamers, a wireless neural network becomes re-configured into a platform for human-to-human transfer of advanced motor skills. Not surprisingly, dark forces lurk in the shadows.