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2016 was the hottest year on record, setting a new high for the third year in a row, with scientists firmly putting the blame on human activities. The post 2016 Was the Hottest Year on Record, and Humans Are to Blame appeared first on WIRED.
Rigid exoskeletons to help the movement-impaired heavy, and they have a hard time aligning with human joints. A soft robotic wearable could be the fix. The post Soft Robot Exosuits Will Give You Springier Steps appeared first on WIRED.
Finally. Slack has just released threaded messaging, a way to connect related messages within a chatroom. The post Slack's New Threaded Messages Tame Your Meandering Chats appeared first on WIRED.
With a history of voting to expand fossil fuel exploration on public lands and weakening regulations, Zinke curries no favor with environmentalists. The post What You Need to Know From Ryan Zinke's Interior Secretary Hearing appeared first on WIRED.
If you think this sounds like the Hunger Games, you're not alone there. The post Stranded With a Million Dollars: How MTV Spied on Contestants for Real-Life Hunger Games appeared first on WIRED.
Here's a field guide to all the gadgets MTV used to make its new reality show. The post Jungle Patrol: Shooting Real Hunger Games appeared first on WIRED.
Families of some of the victims of the 2014 eruption of Mt. Ontake are suing the local government, claiming that they downplayed the volcano's threat. The post Victims’ Families Sue Japan for Failing to Warn of Eruption appeared first on WIRED.
When a big tech company unveils its new identity, it usually does so with a surprise announcement. Not this time. The post Introducing Mozilla’s New Logo, Moz://a. Get It? appeared first on WIRED.
We're moving to a future of intentionality. That's a key tenet of design thinking, the main force shaping and pushing tech and innovation of all kinds. The post A New Series About the Visionary Designers Who Shape Our World appeared first on WIRED.
Smart regulation and early engagement with developers can foster innovation, says FDA commissioner Robert Califf. The post How the FDA Will Help Lead the Next Medical Revolution appeared first on WIRED.
10 and 2 may not matter anymore, but the wheel is still the interlocutor between human and machine just yet. The post Designers Reinvent the (Steering) Wheel for the Age of Autonomy appeared first on WIRED.
Microsoft just bought a startup that's embracing an AI technique typically used to master games---so it can teach machines to carry on a conversation. The post Microsoft Thinks Machines Can Learn to Converse by Making Chat a Game appeared first on WIRED.
A sensible Android Wear watch comes along just as the platform is about to see an update. The post Review: Asus ZenWatch 3 appeared first on WIRED.
A site that chronicles animals versus the power grid makes a good point about cyberwar hype, but an attack would still be serious business. The post Squirrels Keep Menacing the Power Grid. But at Least It's Not the Russians appeared first on WIRED.
Amazon's Alexa is about to be everywhere, but ubiquity comes with its own set of challenges. The post Alexa Is Conquering the World. Now Amazon’s Real Challenge Begins appeared first on WIRED.
Marilyn Mugot captures a world bathed in blues, purples, and pinks. The post Eerie Photos Take You Down China's Neon-Lit Alleyways appeared first on WIRED.
The company that turns cinema to spectacle is betting big on the future of face-computers. The post Inside IMAX's Big Bet to Rule the Future of VR appeared first on WIRED.
From sea level rise to polluted stormwater drainage, the state faces a host of environmental conflicts that rely on the EPA. And Pruitt's agency would be a toothless one. The post North Carolina Would Lose Big With Scott Pruitt Leading the EPA appeared first on WIRED.
Better aero, smarter computer. The post Ford’s 2018 Mustang Gets Shapelier and High-Techier appeared first on WIRED.
Obama prosecuted more leakers to the press under the Espionage Act than all other presidents combined; a dangerous precedent for Trump. The post Obama Will Free Chelsea Manning, a Final Ceasefire in His War on Leakers appeared first on WIRED.