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A Guardians of the Galaxy helmet with built-in Bluetooth headphones is the new way to chillax on the subway. [Read More]
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The book lays bare the interconnectedness of the visual world, spanning time and geography and bridging hundreds of seemingly unrelated subjects. [Read More]
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It turns out, the tools for hunting dark matter help nuclear watchdogs look inside nuclear reactors. [Read More]
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> Shaft VI, 1966-68 Ink on paper, 80 cm by 63 cm Born Feb. 5 in mountainous Chur, Switzerland, in 1940, H.R. Giger lived in... [Read More]
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The 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Book represents the bleeding edge of the tablet-as-laptop space. [Read More]
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The G5 and G5 Plus make a compelling case for continuing Motorola's tradition of making Android phones that you can't believe are this cheap. [Read More]
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The Chinese company's total dominance of the skies continues. [Read More]
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The Finnish giant doubles down on big Android phones. But also, there's a new 3310 đź‘€... [Read More]
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These days, politics isn't just what happens on the internet—it's what happens to the internet. [Read More]
It's big, it's new, it has a gigantic battery. Yay? [Read More]
If you want to double the gas mileage of the average 18-wheeler, you have to smooth off the rough edges. [Read More]
David Pierce reviews the new all-in-one PC from Microsoft. It's a joy to use, especially if you like drawing with a pen on a massive... [Read More]
As an epithet that defines and dominates the current political moment, "fake news" has become as unstuck from fact—and as unstoppable—as any viral hoax. [Read More]
Google spent years developing its lidar system—and says Uber stole the whole thing. [Read More]
Space photos of the week, February 19 — 25, 2016. [Read More]
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. [Read More]
The apparent assassination of Kim Jong-un's half-brother sets off alarms for chemical weapons experts. [Read More]
We're proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to WIRED.com. [Read More]
Where else can Instagram go from here? [Read More]
One of the biggest internet infrastructure companies leaked sensitive data for up to five months. [Read More]
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