Wired Why Can't We Fix Puerto Rico's Power Grid? 2018-04-18T23:26:03.000000000+00:00 The only upside to Puerto Rico's island-wide blackout is that engineers and aid groups could rethink it from the ground up. They may have to. Facebook Is Steering Users Away From Privacy Protections 2018-04-18T22:43:24.000000000+00:00 Critics say Facebook is using design tricks to win users' permission to collect personal data under new European rules. How Southwest Pilots Could Have Landed Safely With a Blown Engine 2018-04-18T22:03:00.000000000+00:00 One person died on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 after an engine failed and blew a hole in the cabin at 32,500 feet. The OURSA Security Conference Calls Out Lack of Inclusion 2018-04-18T21:21:58.000000000+00:00 The OURSA security conference offered a place for diverse voices in security, a counterpoint to the corporate hegemony of RSA. The Return of 'MAD Magazine' and Its All-New Gang of Idiots 2018-04-18T21:08:16.000000000+00:00 The new incarnation of the satire magazine will never be able to compete with the pace of the internet, but that's not the point. Let's Use Star Wars to Explain the Concept of Angular Size 2018-04-18T20:34:11.000000000+00:00 Could you actually see invading Star Destroyers from the surface of a planet? Smartphone and Internet Addiction: The Definitive WIRED Guide 2018-04-18T20:00:00.000000000+00:00 Everything you ever wanted to know about screen time, likes, and pull-to-refresh. A Robot Does the Impossible: Assembling an Ikea Chair Without Having a Meltdown 2018-04-18T18:00:00.000000000+00:00 Researchers use off-the-shelf robot parts to piece together one of those Stefan Ikea chairs. 'Trustjacking' Could Expose iPhones to Attack 2018-04-18T16:00:00.000000000+00:00 Think twice before you tell your iPhone to trust that laptop when you charge it. FCC Delays Are Keeping Broadband From Rural School Kids 2018-04-18T13:23:39.000000000+00:00 An FCC program promised to bring high-speed internet to remote schools. Instead, they've mostly gotten red tape.