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WIRED Gadget Lab

Bluetooth-related vulnerabilities can affect a dizzying array of devices. Now, a newly discovered round of 12 Bluetooth bugs potentially exposes more than 480 devices to attack, including fitness trackers, smart locks, and medical tools and implants.
Here's how to watch tonight’s Democratic debate, plus a look at a new tuition model for college debt. The news you need to know ➡
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The broadband industry is suing Maine to stop a web-browsing privacy law that would require ISPs to get customers' opt-in consent before using or sharing sensitive data. via @arstechnica
We took the best new tech that's meant just for your very, very good furry boys and girls for a test. Here are WIRED's top 10 favorite things for dogs to sleep, walk, and play with.
From Netflix to Uber to Walmart’s website, many of the apps and services we use every day are built with technologies Facebook developed and then shared with the world.
Despite years of warnings, those computers inside your computer remain disturbingly unprotected, offering an insidious and nearly undetectable way for sophisticated hackers to maintain a foothold inside your machine.
Ensure that you never lose anything ever again:
According to the CDC, the average person leaves a little something behind every time they wipe. There's an app(liance) for that.
YouTube Gaming has a serious problem with scammers and cheat-makers—and lots and lots of bots.
Declutter your work-life. These tools will help keep your desk clean and your mind clear.
There are real concerns about the way 5G is being deployed in the US. Health doesn't need to be one of them.
For years a bare-bones texting and calling app, Signal has increasingly become a fully featured, mainstream communications platform. And with new coding muscle, it has rolled out features at a breakneck speed.
Hate robocalls? Introducing Robo Revenge, a sort of digital sting operation. It generates a burner credit card number to give to scammers. Then the service automatically creates legal documents and provide instructions on how to sue the unwanted caller.
Google's parent company is using artificial intelligence software to make robots that learn complex tasks through on-the-job experience - like sorting trash. The hope is to make robots less reliant on human coding for their skills.
Get some sleep. Here's how to shut up your gadgets at night:
From rogue USB sticks to Chrome extensions gone wild to bogus online quizzes, here's a quick guide to some basic risks that you're likely to encounter pretty frequently. Be prepared.
We all need more sleep. Catch some restful z's (or help the family rest up) with these devices that generate soothing background noise.
There's now a way to make Polaroids from your smartphone pics. The result is a fun, if pricey, way to bring your digital snaps into the real world.
If you're a parent living in a bike-friendly area and have $3,600 to spend, this e-bike is a near perfect toddler-carrying vehicle.
"Butt tech: The next thing you didn’t know you needed. Coway’s heated seat, heated water, auto-cleaning, blow-drying, and night-light-laden throne is a masterpiece of comfort and cleanliness I now can’t live without."
Dark mode is both easier on your eyes and easier on your device's battery life. So it's okay, give yourself up to the dark side. Here's how:
The road to Silicon Valley seemed to be paved with good intentions—until we looked closer.
We thought we'd seen all there was to see with action cams, but this little guy proved us wrong.
Some of our favorite headphones, camping gear, Kindles, and kitchen gadgets are on sale this weekend:
True love never dies. For $3 a month, Pokémon owners can access digital monsters that they may have lost years ago along with their 3DS console.
Crawl dungeons, experience the rapture, and learn to be a dad with our favorite PlayStation 4 games.
The Motorola Razr is back. Kinda. The company's first foldable smartphone makes a good case for the return of the clamshell design, but the $1500 Razr is stuck in the past. @JulianChokkattu gives it a 4/10. His review:
Why rent a scooter when you can own one? This one has has all the bells and whistles you need and doesn't cost four figures.
Does anyone really need to spend $1,000 on a phone in the era of the Pretty Darn Good Mid-Range Phone?
Meet Henry, the first AI-enhanced male sexbot. Customers can choose from 12 personality modules AND an array of silicone penises (not shown). #happyvalentinesday 📸: Ramona Rosales6
Here it is! An electric cargo bike that you can actually afford!
They're not for shy people. But once you go onesie, you may never go back.
These battle stations are fully armed and operational. These are the best gaming desktops we've tested at WIRED.
Justine Haupt's goal was simple: strip a phone down to its absolute essentials while providing a legitimate excuse to not text friends. The result—a handheld rotary phone—went viral
Here's why you're seeing Mike Bloomberg all over your Instagram feed, and why you should be wary of a new voting app. The news you should know today, in less than two minutes:
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The new Motorola Razr is here and we took it for a spin. Our reviewer said: "The Razr's problem is that, for $1,500, you're unnecessarily sacrificing critical elements of a traditional smartphone. Instead, it banks too much on nostalgia." Our full review:
Whether it's cold, snowing, or raining there's a good chance your kids are going to be stuck indoors this winter. We found the best podcasts for those long winter days to help keep kids entertained:
Your home might be your sanctuary, but the air inside it is probably not that great for you. Bid air pollutants adieu with this Wi-Fi-enabled smart air purifier.
I had a fascinating conversation with the woman who made her own rotary dial cellphone…
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Justine Haupt's goal was simple: strip a phone down to its absolute essentials while providing a legitimate excuse to not text friends. The result—a handheld rotary phone—went viral
Retweeted by WIRED Gadget Lab
The cancelation is the latest blow to the tech industry from coronavirus. Last week it was reported China is blocking Foxconn from reopening factories, potentially delaying production of devices from companies including Apple, Amazon, and Huawei.
Towel warmers are luxury items. You don't need one, but you might want one. We did the hard work for you and found the best ones out there (and ones you should avoid):
On our podcast this week we'll be talking all about Samsung's new Galaxy phones and the Galaxy Z Flip. Have any questions about the new products? Subscribe so you don't miss the episode: Catch up on our Samsung coverage:
Ever have a knot in your stomach when starting something new? Well, how about killing that anxiety-inducing knot with cuteness? That's the idea behind a new crafting machine, the Cricut Joy.
Samsung has just released its second smartphone with a flexible display. This one is called the Galaxy Z Flip, and it will have a base price of $1,380 when preorders start February 14. Want one?
Smartphone maker Essential Products, founded by Andy Rubin, is shutting down. During Rubin’s time at Google, sexual misconduct allegations were made against him, and last year, we asked if products should be disassociated from the people who create them
Websites are often filled with intrusive ads that make getting to the actual content twice as hard. Amongst the worst offenders: autoplay video ads. Now something is finally being done about it. (via @WiredUK)
There’s a new folding phone in town. Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Z Flip with a flexible glass screen. The cost? $1,380. @LaurenGoode got a first look at it:
Don't buy a laptop without reading this first. Here's the best ones you can buy.
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