Series

Each and Every

It’s all in the details– and Wired is bringing you up to speed. Wired has brought in industry experts to explain the background features that create the scenes of movies, games and shows we know and love.

Wired's 50 Most Searched Questions

We follow 50 of the most searched questions on the web about our featured celebrity.

Almost Impossible

WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez explores the science behind remarkable feats of strength, agility and performance that test the limits of human possibility, from breaking the two hour marathon to landing a quintuple jump to holding your breath for 24 minutes.

Obsessed

Whether it’s re-creating detailed Star Trek sets to create a fan-produced web series or piecing together D.I.Y. lasers from recycled gadgets, some people’s passions are more than just a hobby. Obsessed highlights what happens when people live out their obsessions to the fullest.

Technique Critique

Experts from all facets of professional industries break down complicated and relevant topics in an in-depth critique. From computer hacking to movie accents, audiences gain intricate insight into very specific human capabilities.

WIRED Autocomplete Interviews

Is Ice Cube a nice guy? Do astronauts really drink their own pee? Does Gerard Butler still surf? The internet searches for answers and WIRED goes right to the source for the answer.

Tech Support

The internet asks the questions, our experts answer. From neuroscience to woodworking to the Cosmos, celebrities and academics answer questions from Twitter.

5 Levels

Can everything be explained to everyone in terms they can understand? In 5 Levels, an expert scientist explains a high-level subject in five different layers of complexity— first to a child, then a teenager, then an undergrad majoring in the same subject, a grad student and, finally, a colleague.

Absurd Creatures

Welcome to Absurd Creatures, a series about the strangest critters the animal kingdom has to offer. It’s like Noah’s Ark, only without all the flooding.

Out of Office with Brent Rose

Tech writer Brent Rose is on a quest. With a surplus of emerging technologies and scientific discoveries popping up how do we separate facts from hype? Brent takes the goods out of the box—and out of the office—to find out how the new wave of cultural phenomena really holds up.