What Does It Take to Put a Waterfall on a Skyscraper?The Liebian Building in Guiyang, China has a 350-foot-tall artificial waterfall built into its face.
Goodreads and the Crushing Weight of Literary FOMOHave a friend on social media who's always reading 10 times as much as you? I feel your pain.
How Technology Shapes the Way We ReadWIRED set out to examine how technology is shifting our relationships with books. Here's what we found out.
How My Smartphone Revived the Purity of ReadingApps like Pocket and Flipboard have turned commutes into the perfect time to binge-read.
From Surface Go to the Instant Pot Max, All the Things We Loved This MonthPlus: Our review of Apple's new MacBook Pro, Roku's new TV speakers, and the next generation of Gorilla Glass.
Seriously, We Need to Talk About Hannah Gadsby's 'Nanette'It's been on Netflix for weeks, but people are still discussing this special. So are we.
Climate Change Is Coming for Underwater Archaeological SitesThe second death of long-submerged shipwrecks.
Panasonic Wireless Headphones (RP-HD605N) Review: Bose Beaters?The RP-HD605N over-ear headphones with noise cancelling prove Panasonic's still got it.
Blueair Sense+ Review: Breathe Easy With This WiFi-Enabled Air PurifierCheck on indoor air pollutants and bid them begone with Blueair's smart air purifier.
Are Diplomas in Your DNA?Last week researchers announced more than 1,000 genetic variants associated with how far a person gets through school—along with warnings for how *not* to use that data. But earlier results from the same group are already available in a consumer product.