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Making space seem real and beautiful isn't just marketing. It's good for science, too. The post How NASA Visualizes Stunning Worlds Without Really Seeing Them appeared first on WIRED.
Relying on companies to secure IoT at the device level hasn't worked. Cloudflare has a different approach. The post A Clever Plan to Secure the Internet of Things Could Still Have Big Drawbacks appeared first on WIRED.
After the grandeur of Solar Impulse 2's round-the-world flight, André Borschberg is ready to start small. The post Want Electric Airplanes? Sorry, But You Gotta Start Small and Boring appeared first on WIRED.
Five years ago, the feds would never let a computer deliver a drug that could kill you. Then they approved the artificial pancreas. The post Who'll Be the First to Meld With the Machines? Diabetics appeared first on WIRED.
When a cable is supported by the two ends, it will hang down a bit depending on the tension in the cable. How can you model this cable sag with a computer? The post Let’s Do the Shocking Physics of Why Power Lines Sag appeared first on WIRED.
The device millions of women rely on is stuck decades behind the times. Now tech entrepreneurs are hacking this essential tool of motherhood. The post The Breast Pump Finally Joins the 21st Century appeared first on WIRED.
The series is based on the 1985 novel, but it feels perfectly suited to 2017. The post Handmaid’s Tale Is Somehow All the More Terrifying as a Hulu Show appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook wants to beat the competition to the next big computing platform, including machine-brain interfaces. Never mind they might not work. The post Facebook's Race to Link Your Brain to a Computer Might Be Unwinnable appeared first on WIRED.
One Drop's glucose meter is an uncommonly attractive alternative to the typical blood monitoring setup. The post A Simple, Smart, and Elegant—Yes, Elegant—Glucose Monitor appeared first on WIRED.
They are young but not selfish. Brilliant but not dorky. Engaged but not political. The current class of college-age hackers will shape our future. The post Meet the Brilliant Young Hackers Who’ll Soon Shape the World appeared first on WIRED.
The chair of the FCC today said he would work to strip his own agency of the authority to enforce net neutrality. But the fight is far from over. The post Why the FCC’s Plans to Gut Net Neutrality Just Might Fail appeared first on WIRED.
The Talking Heads concert doc is still one of the greatest music films ever made. The post Jonathan Demme's Stop Making Sense Is Still the Concert Film All Others Try to Be appeared first on WIRED.
Stem cell scientists are modern day witches. The post Scientists Brew Up the Creepiest Batches of Brain Balls Yet appeared first on WIRED.
Ancient tools scattered around a mastodon suggest that the earliest humans showed up in North American more than 100,000 years earlier than we thought. The post A 130,000-Year-Old Mastodon Threatens to Upend Human History appeared first on WIRED.
A new high-resolution sequence of the barley genome could pave the way for better malt. The post You Want Better Beer? Good. Here's a Better Barley Genome appeared first on WIRED.
Opinion: Amid scandal, Uber is getting something right: diversity. The post You'll Never Guess Who Does Diversity Right: Uber appeared first on WIRED.
After two decades of discoveries, Cassini is out of fuel and ready to retire. The post Cassini Is Ready to Sacrifice Itself for the Good of the Solar System appeared first on WIRED.
Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic set out to document the last dark skies around North America. The post Breathtaking Photos of a World Without Light Pollution appeared first on WIRED.
All that packing and cracking comes up lacking once you apply a little efficiency gapping. The post Gerrymandering Has a Solution After All. It's Called Math appeared first on WIRED.