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The Food Network’s cooking app gets hyped as “The Peloton of Food,” like it’s being pitched to a venture capital firm. Dubbed the Food Network Kitchen, the app is available on iOS, Android, and Amazon devices, and it offers a growing host of content featuring scads of Food Network stars who are so famous, that …

The conclusion of Apple’s big software shindig this week wraps up a months-long experiment in virtual tech conferences. The experiment isn’t over—far from it, as the coronavirus pandemic shows no real signs of easing up in the US, and most of the tech events from now through the end of 2020 are being marketed as …

Give up the disposables once and for all with these insulated and non-insulated alternatives.

When it comes to smart assistants, we like Google Assistant over Amazon’s Alexa here at WIRED. It’s easier to set up and is just better at answering voice questions, hands-free. A growing number of smart speakers and smart displays support it too. Klipsch’s “Three II” speaker costs $250 at Amazon right now. It was $574 …

Cloth face coverings are gonna be around for a while, so here are the WIRED team’s favorites for running, walking, and going to work.

In the past few months, I’ve used very, very little cellular data. Yet my family has paid around $200 per month for our five-member unlimited-data family plan on AT&T. That seems … silly, to put it nicely. If you’ve thought the same, well, you have a few options. First, you can suspend your phone service. …

When circumstances beyond our control put adventure on hold, we just climb the stairs to camp out in the urban jungle.

As with all demos though, it’s important to keep several grains of salt handy, especially for Apple’s most demanding customers. “It’s going to be hard for me to imagine a smartphone-based microprocessor replacing a Mac Pro that you just bought for 10 grand,” says Patrick Moorhead, founder of Moor Insights & Strategy. “I wish they …

Interested in playing music digitally? Here are some basic tools to get started making and recording tunes. iPad My favorite tool for making demos or doing other basic recordings is an iPad. There are tons of great apps, and you can even plug in external microphones and interfaces to capture higher-quality audio. I also like …

It’s been nearly three full months since many states issued shelter-in-place laws due to the coronavirus pandemic. You may or may not have been able to see Dad since then. Well, Father’s Day is coming up fast (it’s tomorrow!), and it’s a great time to remind him he’s one of your favorite people. We already …