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The first debate is here! You've got no shortage of viewing options. The post How to Watch the First Presidential Debate appeared first on WIRED.
What if there was no friction at all? What if electro magnets propelled the cars? This is the idea behind the Sfrear Mountain Coaster. The post Forget VR. The Future of Roller Coasters Is About Maglev appeared first on WIRED.
Overwatch is a vibrant game with a vibrant community. Four months in, it still feels like one of the best games on the market right now. The post Four Months in, I Still Can’t Get Enough Overwatch appeared first on WIRED.
Mr. Know It All ponders what to do with a cat that's really a PITA. The post How to Deal With a Cat That Only Drinks From a Running Tap appeared first on WIRED.
Snap Specs avoid the pitfalls that undid Google Glass. The post Snapchat's Wild New Specs Won't Share Google Glass's Fate appeared first on WIRED.
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth but still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: Hackers Take Control of a Moving Tesla's Brakes appeared first on WIRED.
When bricks fly. The post What's Better Than Legos? Drones Made of Legos appeared first on WIRED.
Release the infinite monkeys into VR, and in not too long, someone’s going to pound out some Shakespeare. The post Release the Infinite Monkeys to Make VR Great appeared first on WIRED.
Computer scientists can prove certain programs to be error-free with the same certainty that mathematicians prove theorems. The post Computer Scientists Close In on Perfect, Hack-Proof Code appeared first on WIRED.
In other news, astrology isn't science, love is dead, and some people are unhappy with the results of their Harry Potter online quiz. The post While You Were Offline: Skittles PR Faces Its Biggest Crisis Ever appeared first on WIRED...
In the latest 'Geek's Guide to the Galaxy' podcast, writer Michael Swanwick discusses the difficulties of breaking even as a short fiction author. The post Don't Try to Make a Living Writing Short Stories appeared first on WIRED.
The Oculus inventor is giving money to support anti-Hillary Clinton trolling. But campaign finance data shows techies want Clinton in the White House. The post Palmer Luckey Is the Worst, But He Doesn't Reflect Silicon Valley appeared first on WIRED.
Twitter has something Salesforce desperately needs. The post Salesforce Buying Twitter Would Make Perfect Sense appeared first on WIRED.
The new design relies on a few clever tricks and some obsessive crafting to produce one of the most elegant lightbulbs we've ever seen. The post A Lustworthy Lightbulb? A Lustworthy Lightbulb. appeared first on WIRED.
Space photos of the week, September 18 — 24, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: Dying Star Insists on Being Dramatic About It appeared first on WIRED.
Joe Swanberg's new anthology series is funny, sexy, and unexpectedly touching. The post WIRED Pilot Program: Easy appeared first on WIRED.
The 28th season of the long-running Fox comedy debuts on Sunday, with Pendleton Ward returning to sing a special version of his show's theme song. The post Watch the Adventure Time Couch Gag for The Simpsons appeared first on WIRED.
Tokyo Game Show debriefings, new indie games, and the new Destiny expansion highlight this week's gaming podcast from WIRED. The post Game|Life Podcast: From Tokyo to Virginia appeared first on WIRED.
We’re proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to WIRED.com. The post Meet America's Gun Super-Owners and Other Characters of the Week appeared first on WIRED.
Disney CEO Bob Iger didn't reveal what the movie would be about, but he says a third Star Wars anthology flick is in the works for 2020. The post Cantina Talk: Rejoice! Another Star Wars Standalone Movie Will Land in 2020 appeared first on WIRED.