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|20/07 5:38 am||Trump's Election Integrity Committee Made All the Wrong Points - Wired |
If you want to fix voting, don't investigate fraud. Improve the outdated, insecure tech.
|20/07 4:15 am||Inside Italys Thriving Gun Culture. Yes, Italy - Wired |
Gun owners make up about 5% of Italy's population. But that doesn't mean they aren't enthusiastic.
|20/07 12:00 am||Your Brain Doesn't Contain Memories. It *Is* Memories - Wired |
Memories begin when your neurons respond to outside stimuliand compound to rewire your brain.
|19/07 11:00 pm||All the Gear You Need to Stay Secure While You Travel - Wired |
With these accessories in your luggage, you can take your Opsec program everywhere you go.
|19/07 9:00 pm||Segway MiniPro Vulnerabilities Would Have Let Hackers Take Over the .. - Wired |
The self-balancing scooter isn't quite so steady when hackers take charge.
|19/07 8:00 pm||At ClinicalTrials.Gov, Untested Stem Cell Clinics Advertise for Free! - Wired |
Researchers believe the ballooning stem cell clinic industry is taking advantage of the federal repository's honor system. And patients will be the ones to pay, literally.
|19/07 7:30 pm||Wanna Help Self-Driving Cars? Turn on Your Phone's Camera - Wired |
Recording the road will earn you a few pennies, and help create detailed maps.
|19/07 7:00 pm||Meal Kits Reviewed: Amazon Fresh, Blue Apron, Purple Carrot, Home Chef - Wired |
We review ready-to-cook meal kits like the Amazon Meal Kit from Amazon Fresh.
|Trump's Policies Are Already Sending Jobs to Canada - Wired |
Startups look north for refuge as the US pauses a program meant to keep them here.
|AI Could Revolutionize War as Much as Nukes - Wired |
Artificial intelligence could make the US military more powerfuland also more vulnerable
|The Field Study Handbook Is Here - Wired |
The Field Study Handbook was meant to be a guide to esoteric field research. Instead, its become a $110 self-help manual for the digitally disaffected.
|Teen Pregnancy Researchers Regroup After Trump's HHS Pulls Funding - Wired |
Last week, HHS abruptly canceled two years and $213 million worth of grants meant to aid teen pregnancy prevention, stunning public health researchers around the country.
|19/07 6:55 pm||Quantum Computing Is Coming for Your Data - Wired |
Quantum computing is going to be able to expose the data we encrypt todayand hackers are counting on it.
|19/07 6:50 pm||What Crisis Management Is Really Like - Wired |
A veteran of crisis management and corporate disasters tells you what to do when all hell breaks loose.
|19/07 6:45 pm||Silicon Valleys First Founder Was Its Worst - Wired |
William Shockley brought the silicon to Silicon Valleyand laid the groundwork for tech's problematic work culture.
|19/07 3:06 pm||Googles New Feeds Show You the Internet You Want to See - Wired |
Think of Google's new feeds as something like a recommendations list for the entire web.
|19/07 6:01 am||A Sorta-Self-Driving Mercedes Tackles Americans Greatest Fear: the .. - Wired |
The 2018 S-Class takes on more sophisticated turns and lane changesbut the system aint perfect.
|18/07 11:00 pm||The Curious Comeback of the Dreaded QR Code - Wired |
Don't look now, but QR codes are backand they're going to change your digital life in all sorts of previously impossible ways.
|18/07 10:00 pm||'Devil's Ivy' Vulnerability Could Afflict Millions of Internet-Connected .. - Wired |
An obscure bug in 34 companies' physical secure gadgets could leave them open to hackers.
|18/07 9:55 pm||Amazon Bursts Blue Apron's Bubble, as the Market Checks Tech's Hype - Wired |
As Amazon launches a Blue Apron competitor, and Snap's stock plummets, a bubble is deflating.
|18/07 9:00 pm||'Splatoon 2' Review: Nintendo's Inkstained Shooter Is Great, But It's Not .. - Wired |
The Switch sequel to Nintendo's popular Wii U game is greatbut if you've played the first one, you're in for deja vu.
|18/07 8:00 pm||Gaze Upon the Mother Shrimp That Punches Its Enemies to Death - Wired |
It's colorful. It's feisty. And you don't want to mess with it.
|18/07 7:00 pm||The West Is on Fire. Blame the Housing Crisis - Wired |
You can blame climate change for all those wildfires, but don't forget another factor: We love to build on the edge of wildlands.
|Nike Fe/Nom: Your New Favorite Sports Bra Is Made From Fancy Flyknit - Wired |
The high-tech fabric found on Nike's running shoes makes the perfect material for a soft, supportive sports bra.
|The First Alexa Phone Gets Amazon Even Closer to Total Domination - Wired |
Putting Alexa on the HTC U11 is a small step, but it gives Amazon new footing in the voice revolution.
|Google Glass 2.0 Is a Startling Second Act - Wired |
Google Glass flopped. Then Alphabet realized that the future of wearables was in factories and warehouses. Welcome to Google Glass 2.0.
|Kotlin: the Upstart Coding Language Conquering Silicon Valley - Wired |
The story behind the new language making coders smile
|18/07 6:00 pm||A Sons Race to Give His Dying Father Artificial Immortality - Wired |
For months, he recorded his dying father's life story. Then he used it to re-create his dad as an AI.
|18/07 5:01 am||Elon, Forget Killer Robots. Focus on the Real AI Problems - Wired |
Elon Musks Fixation on Killer AI Distracts from Much More Immediate Problems with Smart Machines
|18/07 4:58 am||Myspace Security Flaw Let Anyone Take Over Any Account Just By Knowing .. - Wired |
If you know someone's date of birth, you can crack their Myspace account.
|18/07 2:36 am||'Game of Thrones' Recap: When Vengeance Becomes Your God - Wired |
The problem with revenge is that it's never enough. The past, as the women of Westeros know, is forever.
|18/07 12:00 am||Rick Perry's Unnecessary Grid Study Could Hurt Renewable Energy - Wired |
A controversial study of the electric grid, requested by Energy Secretary Rick Perry in April, is finally expected to be released this month.
|17/07 11:20 pm||Twitter Will Never Ban Donald Trump - Wired |
If Twitter were going to ban Trump, they would have done it by now.
|17/07 10:00 pm||Firms Pledge to Stamp Out Sexual Harassment. Sounds Familiar - Wired |
We already have a case study for when VCs promise progress, and it doesnt look good.
|17/07 9:00 pm||Big Pharma Buys Into Crowdsourcing for Drug Discovery - Wired |
The Structural Genomics Consortium encourages pharma companies and academics to put all their cards on the table in the interest of speeding up drug research.
|17/07 7:00 pm||Ted Cruz Asks Space Capitalists How to Make Orbit Great Again - Wired |
Last Thursday, a bunch of space capitalists met with a bunch of senators to talk policy.
|Viceland Keeps GrowingBut In What Direction? - Wired |
The young network's flagship shows are back for a second season. Is there room for them in today's fragmented media landscape?
|How Climate Change Denial Threatens National Security - Wired |
Last week, military officials described how climate change would escalate instability across the globe and make it harder for the US military to conduct its operations.
|17/07 12:01 am||IBM Z's 'Pervasive Encryption' Wants to Stop Data Breaches in Their Tracks - Wired |
The new IBM Z mainframe uses "pervasive encryption" to stop data breaches in their tracks.
|17/07 8:54 am||Remembering George A. Romero, Master of the Undead - Wired |
The writer-director all but invented the modern movie zombie, but he was also a clear-eyed satirist of humanity's darkest urges.