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Archived Since:April 5, 2008

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All the Gear We Loved in This Month, From Phones to Drones

April showers bring May flowers, but May brought us the Microsoft Surface, DJI Spark, Amazon Echo Show, and more. The post All the Gear We Loved in This Month, From Phones to Drones appeared first on WIRED.

Hestan Cue: Bringing Intelligent Cookware to Life

What's great—and elusive—about a perfect New York strip? It's a timeless, deceptively simple recipe. While preparation requires just a few ingredients, professional chefs have the uncanny ability to recognize the sight, sizzle, and smell of a marbled slab of beef transforming into a perfectly seared and seasoned medium-rare steak. Show More Summary

March’s Best Stuff: Flagship Phones, Dope Wireless Speakers

Some things we loved last month, from the Samsung Galaxy S8 to the red iPhone 7, and from the tiny wireless UE Wonderboom to the big Sonos Playbase. The post March's Best Stuff: Flagship Phones, Dope Wireless Speakers appeared first on WIRED.

On A Mission: Shredding Fresh Northwestern Pow with Nixon’s Smartwatch

Two words always trip that Pavlovian response. Whether you're a sixth-grader glued to the phone on a Tuesday night or a long-time snowboarder constantly refreshing a page for updates on an approaching winter storm, everyone's fingers are crossed for the same two words: Snow day? Snow day. Show More Summary

On A Mission: Surfing SoCal Swells With Nixon’s Smartwatch

All the dudes at the beach called the swell delayed. The device buzzing on my wrist knows better. It's well before dawn, but that doesn't stop the Mission, Nixon's first smartwatch designed for both water and snow sports, from ceaselessly vibrating. Show More Summary

WIRED’s Top 50 Black Friday Deals

It's Black Friday, and sweet deals abound. But chasing them down without proper guidance is going to land you in a lot of unnecessary lines. No worries, WIRED put in the extra legwork so you can spend less time on your feet and more time wiggling your toes by the fireplace. Good luck! One note: […] The post WIRED's Top 50 Black Friday Deals appeared first on WIRED.

20 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Could Do

Image via aplus Here's a list of stuff your iPhone can do that you probably didn't even know were POSSIBLE let alone DOABLE using something that costs as much as your bus pass.  Some of it is pretty basic, like shaking your phone to undo an action, or charing your phone faster by setting it in […] The post 20 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do appeared first on WIRED.

20 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Could Do

Image via aplus Here’s a list of stuff your iPhone can do that you probably didn’t even know were POSSIBLE let alone DOABLE using something that costs as much as your bus pass.  Some of it is pretty basic, like shaking your phone...Show More Summary

Turn Any Image Into an iPhone Case With This Handy Gadget

The Case Maker Pro lets you change your iPhone case as easily as slapping another sticker on your laptop. The post Turn Any Image Into an iPhone Case With This Handy Gadget appeared first on WIRED....

This Tiny Printer Is a Physical Ticker Tape for the Internet

This cloud-connected device prints out a personalized feed of news, messages, and amusements onto standard thermal receipt paper. The post This Tiny Printer Is a Physical Ticker Tape for the Internet appeared first on WIRED....

WIRED’s Top 50 Black Friday Deals

It’s Black Friday, and sweet deals abound. But chasing them down without proper guidance is going to land you in a lot of unnecessary lines. No worries, WIRED put in the extra legwork so you can spend less time on your feet and more time wiggling your toes by the fireplace. Good luck! One note: […] The post WIRED's Top 50 Black Friday Deals appeared first on WIRED.

This Week’s Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible

This week's Apple rumors include a potentially new way to pair your iDevices with Touch ID, and the imminent death of non-Retina Macbook Pros.

Beats Music Proves It Wants to Play Everywhere By Opening Its API

The incredibly popular Beats Music opened up its API to developers this morning. This means programmers can now create apps for any platform using Beats Music’s catalog to play tracks — and also take advantage of the service’s unique model....

Our 10 Favorite Things From the 2014 Luxury Tech Show

Walking around the Luxury Technology Show is like window-shopping in a VIP mall. Here's what stood out among all the high-priced eye candy.

This Classic Bubble-Hockey Table Can Be Yours for a Few Grand

The Super Chexx Bubble Hockey table has been made by the same company, Innovative Concepts in Entertainment, or "ICE," for 32 years now. It remains as awesome as ever.

At SXSW, the Next Big Thing May Be No Thing at All

Every year, just before South by Southwest Interactive starts, the froth starts churning. Everybody begins wondering what this year’s breakout hit app will be. What if there isn't one?

What Is Doxing?

You may have heard that Bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, was “doxed” by Newsweek and wonder exactly what that word means. You may even use the word yourself and wonder, “Am I using this word correctly?” Or worst, not worry whether...

Two New Apps for Jawbone’s Up Want to Put You to Sleep

With the release of version 3.1 of the Up's companion smartphone app, Jawbone is really moving ahead in terms of crunching user data.

Memory-Foam Headphones That Sound as Good as They Feel

The KEF M500 on-ear headphones are comfortable, built to last, and most importantly, sound great.

How to Keep Vile Websites Out of Your Facebook Feed

Here's an easy way to keep the crazy stuff your uncle posts to Facebook from appearing in your feed.

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