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Dec 16, 2017

Space Photos of the Week: Where Stars Go to Live and Die
The universe is full of nurseries incubating new stars—and when they finally explode, their remnants tell scientists about their stellar lives.

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Dec 16, 2017

Who Wants a Pet Direwolf? Perhaps a Passenger Pigeon?
Science writer Britt Wray has spent the last few years investigating "de-extinction"—the effort to bring back long-lost species.

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Dec 16, 2017

Facebook Squashes 19-Year-Old Bug, and More Security News This Week
A Facebook bug, the Kaspersky ban becomes law, and more of the week's top security news.

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Dec 16, 2017

Koch Brothers Are Cities' New Obstacle to Building Broadband
The Taxpayers Protection Alliance, backed in part by the Koch brothers, tried to kill a municipal fiber-optic project to deliver high-speed internet access in Louisville.

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Dec 16, 2017

Silicon Valley Techies Still Think They're the Good Guys. They're Not.
Silicon Valley is slow to come to terms with the fact that it's become the new Wall Street. In 2018, that needs to change.

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Dec 15, 2017

New Evidence Could Blow Open the Uber/Waymo Self-Driving Lawsuit
The Jacobs letter, a potentially key piece of evidence in the trade secrets lawsuit between Waymo and Uber, was made public—and boy do we have questions.

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Dec 15, 2017

Gadget Lab Podcast: Our Favorite Gadgets From 2017
The editors of WIRED discuss some of their favorite products, and spot a few trends along the way.

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Dec 15, 2017

MobileCoin: A New Cryptocurrency From Signal Creator Moxie Marlinspike
MobileCoin aims to make cryptocurrency transactions quick and easy for everyone, while still preserving privacy and decentralization.

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Dec 15, 2017

Silicon Valley's Immortalists Will Help Us All Stay Healthy
All over Silicon Valley and elsewhere, executives follow weird revitalization fads. They think the code of aging can be hacked and death made optional.

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Dec 15, 2017

Secrecy Is Dead. Here's What Happens Next.
In the new world order, any information or data will be public information. Now we have to figure out how to live in a world without privacy.

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Dec 15, 2017

The Whirl Is Not Enough: Hundred-Dollar Fidget Spinners
These titanium, brass, and Damascus steel objets d'art will long outlast the plastic doo-dad craze.

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Dec 15, 2017

How Bossip Smashed Headline Conventions to Smithereens
The gossip site and its competitors know that it's not just what you say—it's who you're speaking to, and from what angle.

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Dec 15, 2017

McLaren Does Supercar Minimalism, Palestinians Reroute Around Waze, and More This Week in the Future of Cars
Plus: How Ford built a new engine for its GT supercar.

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Dec 15, 2017

How Ford Build a New Kind of Engine for Its GT Supercar
The inside story of how the automaker turned a pickup truck powerplant into a Le Mans-winning supercar engine.

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Dec 15, 2017

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Will Be Too Inclusive for Some People. Good.
Rian Johnson didn't just make a great movie—he tore down every sacred cow reactionaries have left.

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Dec 15, 2017

Bitcoin and Blockchain Will Reveal What They're Actually Good For in 2018
Bitcoin and blockchain have burst into the mainstream. But its biggest value is not in replacing traditional cash.

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Dec 15, 2017

The Hard Math Behind Bitcoin's Global Warming Problem
Current trends say generating new bitcoins will use all the power in the world by 2020. That might not happen, but the technical issues aren't going away.

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Dec 15, 2017

The iPhone Is Still Bigger than Donald Trump
While we were freaking out about the state of American politics, tech kept moving on.

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Dec 15, 2017

After FCC Abandons Net Neutrality, States Take Up the Fight
Attorneys general in five states say they'll sue to overturn the FCC's decision to repeal its net neutrality rules. Officials in Washington and California propose their own net neutrality rules.

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Dec 14, 2017

The Biggest Whoppers From the FCC's Net Neutrality Meeting
FCC commissioners employed dubious information and curious logic before voting to repeal net neutrality rules.

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Dec 14, 2017

NASA's Latest Kepler Exoplanet Discovery Fueled by AI
Planet hunters didn't just stumble onto Kepler-90i. The secret to their success: a neural network trained to identify exoplanets.

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Dec 14, 2017

Read the FCC's Two Dissenting Voices on Why Net Neutrality Matters
The FCC has voted to roll back net neutrality rules. Read the statements of dissent from the two Democratic commissioners for a better understanding of just how much damage that can do.

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Dec 14, 2017

The FCC Just Killed Net Neutrality. Now What?
Groups plan to contest the FCC decision's to repeal net neutrality rules.

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Dec 14, 2017

Patients Want Poop Transplants. Here's How to Make Them Safe
Fecal transplants care caught in a legal limbo, even as they grow in popularity.

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Dec 14, 2017

Disney's Acquisition of Fox Could Change Streaming Forever
The massive additions to Disney's library mean it could be a serious player in the ever-splintering streaming market.

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Dec 14, 2017

'Okami': Capcom Revives the Watercolor Masterpiece For Modern Consoles
In one of the only games to ever stir something religious inside of me, color follows you wherever you go.

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Dec 14, 2017

Triton Malware Targets Industrial Safety Systems In the Middle East
A rare and dangerous new form of malware targets the industrial safety control systems that protect human life.

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Dec 14, 2017

The Researcher Who Wants to Bring AI to Factories
Andrew Ng, formerly of Google and Baidu, has a new company to help manufacturers use artificial intelligence techniques.

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Dec 14, 2017

Why Net Neutrality Is Important?
WIRED's guide on what net neutrality is—and why you should care about it.

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Dec 14, 2017

Why Net Neutrality Matters
WIRED's guide on what net neutrality is—and why you should care about it.

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Dec 14, 2017

Math Says You're Driving Wrong and It's Slowing Us All Down
A new study mathematically models the real problem with traffic: You're not keeping the right distance from the car behind you.

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Dec 14, 2017

The Alabama Senate Election Was Decided 100 Million Years Ago
Current voting patterns in the South are related to ancient sea creatures. Yes, really.

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Dec 14, 2017

The Best 2017 Holiday Tech Deals: Audio, Gaming, TVs, Cameras
There are still a lot of superb holiday tech deals left for 2017, from audio and phones to gaming and TV.

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Dec 14, 2017

After FCC Vote, Net Neutrality Fight Moves to Courts, Congress
Groups plan to contest FCC decision to revoke net neutrality rules.

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Dec 14, 2017

Elon Musk Reveals His Dislike for Public Transit
The man trying to build tunnels around the country is awfully unimpressed by the basic concept of shared, mass transportation

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Dec 14, 2017

In China, a Three-Digit Score Could Dictate Your Place in Society
China is taking the idea of a credit score to the extreme, using big data to track and rank what you do—your purchases, your pastimes, your mistakes.

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Dec 13, 2017

In Ed Lee's San Francisco, Utopia and Dystopia Are Neighbors
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died Monday, was a housing advocate who became a tech ally. His successor likely won't be so business-friendly.

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Dec 13, 2017

Robots Are Fueling the Quiet Ascendance of the Electric Motor
The electric car? That's just the beginning.

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Dec 13, 2017

The Mirai Botnet Was Part of a College Student Minecraft Scheme
The DDoS attack that crippled the internet last fall wasn't the work of a nation-state. It was three college kids working a *Minecraft* hustle.

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Dec 13, 2017

The Only Place You Can Legally Climb a Redwood
Fewer people have scaled an old-growth redwood than summited Mount Everest. Now it's your turn.

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Dec 13, 2017

The Science of When: Hack Your Timing to Optimize Your Life
In his new book, "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing," Daniel Pink scours psychological, biological, and economic studies to explore what he calls the overlooked dimension.

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Dec 13, 2017

Bots and Form Letters Make It Nearly Impossible to Find Real FCC Net Neutrality Comments
Over seven months, 39 Nicholas Thompsons submitted net neutrality comments to the FCC. We tried to track each of them down.

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Dec 13, 2017

Apple Security Flaws Give Some Researchers Concern About Deeper Issues
Apple's had a rough stretch for security. But is it just a rough patch, or something deeper?

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Dec 13, 2017

Artificial Intelligence Is Killing the Uncanny Valley and Our Grasp on Reality
Artificial intelligence-generated video, photos, and audio that mimic the real world are already here. Now we get to live among them.

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Dec 13, 2017

Amazon's Alexa Wants You to Talk to Your Ads
This year, voice assistants like Amazon Alexa got big. Next year, get ready for the advertising feeding frenzy.

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Dec 13, 2017

How Social Research Is Evolving in the Digital World
A Princeton sociologist wants to use your digital data to solve some of the hardest research problems in social science.

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Dec 13, 2017

How to Be a Television Futurist in Four Simple Steps
From Netflix to Facebook and HQ Trivia, television is in turmoil. To sound smart about its future, look no further than this guide.

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Dec 13, 2017

Google Glass, Oculus, HoloLens: The Race for Augmented Reality Glasses Starts Now
The big players in tech, from Google to Amazon, and some little players, too, are jockeying to own augmented reality.

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Dec 12, 2017

Bitcoin Is Soaring. Here's Why It's Not Ready for the Big Time
Weaknesses in bitcoin's underlying technology slow processing times, and spawn big fees.

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Dec 12, 2017

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Is a Near-Perfect Reinvention of the Franchise
Rian Johnson's movie is the springiest, smartest, most assured installment in years.

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Dec 12, 2017

Twitter's Newest Feature: Multi-Tweet Threads
You can now compose your tweetstorms all at once, and send them out into the world as one contained screed.

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Dec 12, 2017

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi': Building a Better Snoke
In the latest Star Wars sequel, Snoke comes to life thanks to Andy Serkis—extremely, frighteningly alive.

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Dec 12, 2017

The Physics of Projectile Motion With a Clicky Pen
The spring inside a clicky pen is a perfect way to learn about projectile motion.

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Dec 12, 2017

McLaren's Senna Supercar Delivers Wild Performance, Costs a Million Dollars
The 4.0-liter V8 engine that sits behind the two carbon fiber seats produces 789 brake horsepower.

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Dec 12, 2017

Are Tech Companies Trying to Derail Sex-Trafficking Bill?
Advocacy groups contend tech companies are quietly working to undo a compromise measure to curb sex trafficking.

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Dec 12, 2017

Are Tech Companies Trying to Derail the Sex-Trafficking Bill?
Advocacy groups contend tech companies are quietly working to undo a compromise measure to curb sex trafficking.

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Dec 12, 2017

D-Orbit's Self-Destruct Modules for Satellites Could Help Fix the Space Junk Problem
A plug-and-play motor could send any satellite to burn up in the atmosphere. It's a good thing, promise.

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Dec 12, 2017

If the FCC Kills Net Neutrality, Expect Fewer Great Startups
Opinion: Ajit Pai's plan to ditch the open internet will have a serious, and negative, impact on innovation.

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Dec 12, 2017

SpaceX Will Send a Reusable Rocket to the International Space Station
The mission also christens an improved launch pad—destroyed in a 2016 explosion—to support the next generation of launches.

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Dec 12, 2017

Exclusive: Tracing ISIS' Weapons Supply Chain—Back to the US
The Islamic State is designing and mass-producing its own advanced munitions—with parts from all over the world.

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Dec 12, 2017

FCC Plan to Kill Net Neutrality Rules Could Hurt Students
Schools, colleges, and students may not be able to pay for "fast lanes" permitted if the FCC abandons net neutrality rules.

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Dec 11, 2017

As the Southern California Fires Rage, a Boeing 747 Joins the Fight
The Global Supertanker is a modified Boeing 747 that drops mass quantities of fire retardant from just 200 feet above the ground.

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Dec 11, 2017

Crispr Therapeutics Plans to Launch Its First Clinical Trial in 2018
The study, testing a genetic tweak to the stem cells that make red blood cells, could begin as soon as next year.

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Dec 11, 2017

'Star Wars' Surprise: Jedi Are Celibate!
According to Luke Skywalker himself, if Jedi were allowed to get down "I'd have a girlfriend by now."

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Dec 11, 2017

Why Stephen Wolfram Decided to Livestream His Company's Work
Stephen Wolfram explains his decision to show the world exactly how Wolfram Research works—via live stream.

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Dec 11, 2017

Climate Change Could Take the Air Out of Wind Farms
If the Arctic gets warmer, the northern winds get weaker, possibly leading to big drops in clean energy.

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Dec 11, 2017

Am I The Worst For Looking at Other People's Texts on the Subway?
We are all informational predators. We are also all informational prey.

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Dec 11, 2017

The US Flirts With Geoengineering to Stymie Climate Change
A Congressman introduces a bill to explore technologies to geoengineer Earth. That is, if it gets past his colleagues and then the only world leader to shun the Paris Agreement.

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Dec 11, 2017

When Your Fitbit Goes From Activity Tracker to Personal Medical Device
With sales of its activity trackers sagging, and competition from Apple Watch, Fitbit increasingly stresses the medical uses of its data.

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Dec 11, 2017

You Give Up a Lot of Privacy Just Opening Emails. Here's How to Stop It
Billions of emails are opened every day by people who have never consented to be tracked, but are being tracked nonetheless.

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Dec 11, 2017

Las Vegas Casinos Are Now Testing Covert Gun-Sensing Technology
The technology uses a discreet microwave radar system to scan people for guns, knives, and bombs—without forcing them to walk through metal detectors.

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Dec 11, 2017

Justice Democrat Candidates Have Been Denied Access to DNC Voter Data
As Justice Democrats run primaries against incumbents of their own party, some states have limited or denied access to a powerful voter data tool.

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Dec 10, 2017

I Can't Stop Drinking Coffee Out of This Temperature-Regulating Mug
The $80 Ember Ceramic Mug keeps 10 ounces of coffee at whatever temperature you want, for as long as you want.

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Dec 10, 2017

Patagonia Going After President Trump Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup
A lot of things shook up Twitter last week, but Patagonia going after President Trump was the biggest rumble.

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Dec 10, 2017

Security News This Week: Apple Patches a Very Bad iOS HomeKit Bug
Another Apple security goof, email hacks, and more of the week's top security news.

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Dec 10, 2017

Making the Silence Breakers Time's Person of the Year Won't Change Anything
Opinion: While it's satisfying to see sexual harassers get their comeuppance, no one should believe this marks the beginning of a cultural shift.

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Dec 10, 2017

When Waze Won't Help, Palestinians Make Their Own Open Source Maps
In a place and conflict where "facts on the ground" are endlessly contested, having access to good navigation maps and apps is more than a matter of getting there.

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Dec 10, 2017

The Dirty Secret of the Global Plan to Avert Climate Disaster
The Paris agreement on climate change charts a narrow path to avoiding a global apocalypse. Just one problem: Its centerpiece is a technology that basically doesn't yet exist.

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Dec 10, 2017

The Dirty Secret of the IPCC's Plan to Avert Climate Disaster: BECCS (Carbon Capture Technology) Doesn't Yet Exist.
The Paris agreement on climate change charts a narrow path to avoiding a global apocalypse. Just one problem: Its centerpiece is a technology that basically doesn't yet exist.

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Dec 09, 2017

Apple Executive Reveals More of Its Self-Driving Technology
In a talk at a conference, Apple's head of artificial-intelligence research discussed projects for navigation and mapping that would be useful for self-driving cars.

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