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It's not your imagination. Sleeping in just makes you more tired.
On the prowl with Instagram's ultimate street photographer
How smartphones have unleashed humanity's creative potential
Check out the 2,000-pound monster WIRED’s unleashing on Comic-Con (Also: see it tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live!)
Is Japan's Mount Fuji in a 'critical state' for an eruption?
Reminder: The #GiantCreature makes its monstrous debut tonight on @JimmyKimmelLive!
How much training is needed to shoot a missile at a passenger jet and hit your target? Turns out, almost none.
Amazon's Fire Phone gets a 6/10 from us. Read our full review:
This 2000-pound #GiantCreature—a collaboration between @stanwinstonschool and WIRED—makes its monstrous debut tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Watch it!
Hackers could take control of your car. This device could stop them:
This computerized exoskeleton could help millions of people walk again
Why your phone freaks out when you step off an airplane
Excited about our August @WIRED cover! Thrilled to have collaborated with a great friend/talented artist, @Cwynars.
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Danish architecture firm BIG has designed a maze that actually gets less confusing as you move through it. Read more at (📷 BIG)
This startup is creating a hyper-smart office to track everything, respond to workers' needs
The New York Times review of 'Proof: The Science of Booze' by WIRED's @jetjocko
Chandra image of Tycho reveals the dynamics of explosion in exquisite detail
Tonight on @JimmyKimmelLive: The 2000-pound #GiantCreature from WIRED + @SWinstonSchool makes its monstrous debut!
'Valiant Hearts' turns the horrors of WWI into a puzzle game. Our review:
A massive mayfly orgy is causing car crashes in Wisconsin
Photos: Mourning the death of the great American roadside hotel
There’s a strange beauty to computer viruses (especially the old-school DOS variety). Bas van de Poel, a creative director living in Amsterdam, asked some of his favorite artists to illustrate some of the most notorious viruses from the last few decades. They did, and the Computer Virus Catalog was
New research reveals that bats use patterns of polarized light to navigate