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Narrators read our favorite written stories. You can listen to them anywhere, including on your smart speaker. Play for audio versions of WIRED's Business stories, including the latest on blockchain, crypto, startups, telecoms, national affairs, and tech culture.

    Anduril’s New Drone Offers to Inject More AI Into Warfare

    Anduril’s New Drone Offers to Inject More AI Into Warfare

    A swarm of Ghost 4s, controlled by a single person on the ground, can perform reconnaissance missions like searching for enemy weapons or soldiers.

    • 4 min
    Creepy ‘Geofence’ Finds Anyone Who Went Near a Crime Scene

    Creepy ‘Geofence’ Finds Anyone Who Went Near a Crime Scene

    Police increasingly ask Google and other tech firms for data about who was where, when. Two judges ruled the investigative tool invalid in a Chicago case.

    • 6 min
    No, Amazon Won't Deliver You a Burrito by Drone Anytime Soon

    No, Amazon Won't Deliver You a Burrito by Drone Anytime Soon

    Several companies are testing airborne deliveries. But rules are years away, and no one knows if consumers are even interested.

    • 6 min
    Doctors and Nurses Take to TikTok to Fight Covid Myths

    Doctors and Nurses Take to TikTok to Fight Covid Myths

    “We can treat only one patient at a time, but if we can get a message out there that can hit thousands or hundreds of thousands, then we can change their thoughts.”

    • 7 min
    Uber Pledges to Go All-Electric, but It Doesn't Own the Cars

    Uber Pledges to Go All-Electric, but It Doesn't Own the Cars

    The ride-hail company joined rival Lyft with a “Green” pledge. It's counting on incentives to encourage drivers to switch to battery power. 

    • 8 min
    Access to Telemedicine Is Hardest for Those Who Need It Most

    Access to Telemedicine Is Hardest for Those Who Need It Most

    Older patients and other vulnerable populations tend to need more medical care, but it’s often difficult for them to get online for remote visits.

    • 8 min

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