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Posts on Regator:2255
Posts / Week:5
Archived Since:April 5, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Let the Jumping Spiders Leap Into Your Heart (Metaphorically)

You've got things wrong about spiders. The post Let the Jumping Spiders Leap Into Your Heart (Metaphorically) appeared first on WIRED.

Obama Has a Plan to Fix Cybersecurity, But Its Success Depends on Trump

Obama's presidential commission on cybersecurity wants consumer product security ratings and a new generation of government hackers. Will Trump listen? The post Obama Has a Plan to Fix Cybersecurity, But Its Success Depends on Trump appeared first on WIRED.

Review: Oculus Touch

Oculus Rift is late to the motion control party, but its solution is the absolute best so far. The post Review: Oculus Touch appeared first on WIRED.

The Last Guardian is Finally Here—and Yes, It Was Worth the Wait

Sony's long-awaited PlayStation 4 adventure is a wonderful tale of a boy, his giant creature, and a fascinating world. The post The Last Guardian is Finally Here—and Yes, It Was Worth the Wait appeared first on WIRED.

I Expect You to Die Is the Most Fun I’ve Ever Had in VR

Escaping deadly traps by solving silly puzzles has never been this much fun (outside of a real-life escape room, that is). The post I Expect You to Die Is the Most Fun I've Ever Had in VR appeared first on WIRED.

Cyborg Rights, Truffle Dealers, and 3 More Must-Hear Podcasts

This week's podcast roundup has everything: hot air balloons, blood-letting, and a trunk full of truffles. The post Cyborg Rights, Truffle Dealers, and 3 More Must-Hear Podcasts appeared first on WIRED.

Alexa and Google Home Record What You Say. But What Happens to That Data?

Recording your voice and storing it on a server sounds alarming---OK, it is alarming---but there's a good reason why Amazon Echo and Google Home do it. The post Alexa and Google Home Record What You Say. But What Happens to That Data? appeared first on WIRED.

It’s a Fancy Hotel, Only, You Know, for Bicycles

More fancy shed than Four Seasons, the Lillestrøm Bicycle Hotel lets commuters pay a small monthly fee to safely store bicycles indoors. The post It's a Fancy Hotel, Only, You Know, for Bicycles appeared first on WIRED.

Uber Buys a Mysterious Startup to Make Itself an AI Company

Uber is trying to move way beyond ride-sharing. The post Uber Buys a Mysterious Startup to Make Itself an AI Company appeared first on WIRED.

Say Hello to WIRED’s Stunning Photo Site

More photos. More stories. One incredible new display. The post Say Hello to WIRED’s Stunning Photo Site appeared first on WIRED.

In Sunday Sketching, Christoph Niemann Tells the Brutal Truth About the Creative Process

WIRED Logo Click to share this story on Facebook Click to share this story on Twitter Click to email this story Click to comment on this story. (will open new tab) © 2016 Christoph Niemann For years, Christoph Niemann spent every Sunday conducting a drawing experiment. Show More Summary

How One Composer Turns Science Into Serious Drama

Scientific topics, like love triangles or bank heists, are all about drama, emotions, and humans---and that's what chords and chromatics are all about. The post How One Composer Turns Science Into Serious Drama appeared first on WIR...

Cantina Talk: Those Rogue One Reshoots Were Kind of a Big Deal

And by "big deal" we mean "probably quite expensive and time-consuming." The post Cantina Talk: Those Rogue One Reshoots Were Kind of a Big Deal appeared first on WIRED.

18 Boho-Chic Gifts for the Hipster in Your Life

What to buy for the back-to-land, cooler-than-thou, anti-establishment hipster in your life? The post 18 Boho-Chic Gifts for the Hipster in Your Life appeared first on WIRED.

Dive Into the Serene, Magical World of the Humpback Whale

Not even Dory got this close. The post Dive Into the Serene, Magical World of the Humpback Whale appeared first on WIRED.

In OpenAI’s Universe, Computers Learn to Use Apps Like Humans Do

OpenAI's hope is that its new tool can drive the development of machines with the same kind of flexible brain power humans have. The post In OpenAI's Universe, Computers Learn to Use Apps Like Humans Do appeared first on WIRED.

The Mysterious Machinery of Creatures That Glow in the Deep

Bioluminescent organisms have evolved dozens of times over the course of life's history. Recent studies are narrowing in on the complicated biochemistry needed to illuminate the dark. The post The Mysterious Machinery of Creatures That Glow in the Deep appeared first on WIRED.

Never Ever (Ever) Download Android Apps Outside of Google Play

Tricking people into downloading malicious mobile apps is a con as old as time itself (or at least as old as smartphones). Don't fall for it. The post Never Ever (Ever) Download Android Apps Outside of Google Play appeared first on WIRED.

The New Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer Is Groot Stuff

2017—aka the year of our Star-Lord—can't come soon enough. The post The New Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer Is Groot Stuff appeared first on WIRED.

Security News This Week: A Botnet Takes Down Nearly a Million German Routers

Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: A Botnet Takes Down Nearly a Million German Routers appeared first on WIRED.

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