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All of us face some form of food struggle—how to eat pleasurably, ethically, and healthfully. WIRED is here to help. The post Every One of Us Can Struggle With Food—But Solutions Are Coming appeared first on WIRED.
There were Reys all over Comic-Con this year—so we started to ask them why she was so popular. The post Rey Was Comic-Con’s New Favorite Cosplay, and We’re Loving It appeared first on WIRED.
Reject robo-calls with your phone's built-in call blocking powers. The post How to Unlock Your Phone’s Trusty Call-Blocking Powers appeared first on WIRED.
Eight different wireless keyboards entirely lack encryption, according to security researchers, leaving them open to long distance keystroke spying. The post Radio Hack Steals Keystrokes from Millions of Wireless Keyboards appeared first on WIRED.
The new PC game "Quadrilateral Cowboy" is a love letter to '80s cyberpunk and collaborative creation. The post Hacking Game Quadrilateral Cowboy Is a Bit Messy, But You Won’t Forget It appeared first on WIRED.
She's apparently a big fan of the Shins. The post Star Trek Beyond's Breakout Star Sofia Boutella Shows Us What’s on Her iPhone appeared first on WIRED.
Big-time automakers puzzle out the future of ownership. The post You Don't Like Sharing Your Car. But Can Elon Musk Change Your Mind? appeared first on WIRED.
It's the work of Felice Varini, a vantage-point painter who’s spent nearly 40 years covering buildings in very big optical illusions. The post This Graffiti’s Only an Illusion if You’re in the Right Place appeared first on WIRED.
In the latest 'Song Exploder' podcast, the band's frontman Ben Bridwell talks about the tough time he had writing the track from Band of Horses' new record. The post Song Exploder: The Story Behind Band of Horses' Killer Song 'Solemn Oath' appeared first on WIRED.
The Rocky of sun-powered airplanes beats the odds. The post Solar Impulse Just Completed Its Momentous Flight Around the World appeared first on WIRED.
How politicians talk about public health is just as important as what they choose to talk about. The post What Makes a Public Health Crisis? Well, Depends Who You Ask appeared first on WIRED.
Last weekend in San Diego saw the premiere of many trailers for the most anticipated films and TV shows in the coming year. Here are the best of the best. The post Our 10 Favorite Comic-Con Trailers, From Wonder Woman to Sherlock appeared first on WIRED.
A $4.8 billion Yahoo purchase turns Verizon into a future-focused media powerhouse. The post With Yahoo Bid, Verizon Gobbles Up the Past To Avoid an Obsolete Future appeared first on WIRED.
There are surprises hidden throughout the theme park. The post Legoland is Full of Secrets—If You Know Where to Look appeared first on WIRED.
The makers of an electric Corvette aren't content with holding the speed record at 186.8mph. They want to go faster. The post An Electric Corvette Could Destroy a World Record—Again appeared first on WIRED.
Conservatism, an aspiring "Asian Oprah," and eerie relaxation tapes. The post 5 Podcasts to Help You Sound Smart Following the RNC appeared first on WIRED.
Especially Eleanor Ripley. The post Sigourney Weaver Says the New Alien Script Has Everything You Want appeared first on WIRED.
The Sunday panel, which moved to Hall H due to overwhelming popularity, didn't have any event-specific Pokemon. But it shows how much people already care. The post Pokémon GO Closes Out Comic-Con In Grand (But Not Legendary) Fashion appeared first on WIRED.
The Clinton campaign is pressing forward with its digital ground game as it seeks to control the damage from the DNC email leak. The post Clinton Camp's Mobile App Borrows from Sanders' Strategy appeared first on WIRED.
The CW screened the show's pilot at Comic-Con, and it's a horny, semi-hallucinogenic mystery-drama with a potentially high death toll and lots of skin. The post Archie Characters Are Probably Gonna Get it On in Riverdale appeared first on WIRED.