“We love our jobs, but our jobs don’t love us back,” one worker told WIRED. “So we’re trying to change that.”
In a bid to protect its investments in hybrids and hydrogen fuel cells, the carmaker is lobbying against the transition to electric vehicles.
The move follows an executive order issued last week by the White House urging the agency to secure consumers’ rights to fix their own gadgets.
For the Amazon and Blue Origin founder, suborbital space tourism is just the first step toward something much bigger.
Starting with a beta that launches today, you’ll no longer have to route all your messages through your smartphone.
Last fall, researchers said the presence of phosphine in the planet’s atmosphere could indicate life. But a new study says there could be a geological explanation.
Last month saw some record-breaking temperatures. If you’re going for a run, be sure to wear the right clothes and stay hydrated.
Before authoritarians pollute the 2022 midterms, the US and EU must build a blueprint for democratic internet governance.
The author of the code that built the WWW will donate the proceeds to charity. But the auction raises questions about the transformative impact of non-fungible tokens.
If companies truly want to support their LGBTQ+ colleagues, they’d make inclusivity the default setting.