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These are the most exquisitely weird spiders you'll ever see wrd.cm/1wQySpp pic.twitter.com/6Xv2oTUFZX
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A hypnotic montage of greenhouses and botanical gardens from around the world wrd.cm/1wNfvdy
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Facebook launched its own "dark web" site. Here's why: wrd.cm/1sRsN4z
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Slack just closed a $120M round of funding. Check out @mat's profile of Stewart Butterfield: wrd.cm/1wNmanV pic.twitter.com/qFWREm96Xc
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Nearable: No larger than postage stamps, a sensor-laden Bluetooth beacon that can share data with a smartphone or computer. #JargonWatch
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These photos of bat-eating spiders are the scariest thing you'll see today wrd.cm/1wNcZ6Y pic.twitter.com/vo157TjRxU
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This week's Gadget Lab Podcast: @mat and @snackfight talk modular phones, Microsoft's wearable, other stuff wired.com/2014/10/gadget…
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When a 4-acre spiderweb engulfed a building: wrd.cm/1tpohhm
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Science's favorite deep-sea explorer, now with high-tech upgrades wrd.cm/1wNZ4zr
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These are gadgets and gear we couldn't get enough of this October wrd.cm/1wQrf2r pic.twitter.com/G6Zes6AMQ9
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A rare glimpse into the famed factory where Ferraris are born wrd.cm/1089OvY pic.twitter.com/QfAHPL8Lh0
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Update: Convicted Pirate Bay founder was sentenced to 3.5 years on hacking charges in Denmark wrd.cm/1wN53m9
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Why Tim Cook's 'Proud to Be Gay' essay means so much to the workplace wrd.cm/1wNS1H1
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Why don't any Americans race in Formula One? wrd.cm/1wkFRFE pic.twitter.com/cN0nYyxMDX
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Meet the wizards and lords who rule the suburbs of Utah wrd.cm/1wktKbx pic.twitter.com/xnswJB1PTz
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"You go to the security conferences, and it’s all about breaking things, it’s not about building things." wired.com/2014/10/facebo…
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The Apple Watch just got the perfect rival: Microsoft's Band wrd.cm/1sQzqEe
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The most terrifying non-horror movies we've ever seen wrd.cm/1to55SO
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How magic mushrooms rearrange your brain wrd.cm/1yKqNQZ pic.twitter.com/pFiB2Jdv2F
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Photos: We'd sell a kidney for one of these vintage British bikes wrd.cm/1nU14oc pic.twitter.com/TzU4iQVlOl
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This app uses your neighbors' phones to help you locate your lost pet wrd.cm/1nU0bvG pic.twitter.com/YGu3g3a3sx
How Facebook could end up controlling everything you watch and read online wrd.cm/1E6Q0Z0
This gadget will rip and store 4TB of movies. Our review: wrd.cm/13neVdF pic.twitter.com/nudA6Owupx
Why America's polling places desperately need a redesign wrd.cm/1tGAks3
These creepy Lego creations are definitely not for kids wrd.cm/1tnbj3H pic.twitter.com/f9MpeGfnNC
Check out this year's top microscope images wrd.cm/1sMHFRN pic.twitter.com/bLFyzDxzYN
In a moving statement, Tim Cook tells the world 'I'm proud to be gay' wrd.cm/1sMHrdd
25 of the best obscure fright films of all time wrd.cm/1tneicj #WIREDClassic
Why it took 23 years to link Amelia Earhart's disappearance to this scrap of metal wrd.cm/1E6OPZy pic.twitter.com/pCCiooE9ax
What It Could Be Like to Live on Mars // About 8,200 feet above sea level on Hawaii’s Mauna Loa sits a geodesically domed habitat for testing crew psychology and technologies for boldly going. Read about the NASA-funded HI-SEAS (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) in the October issue of
How Nintendo's new health device listens to you sleep wrd.cm/1tn8KOY
You could charge your phone for years with energy from all that extra Halloween candy wrd.cm/1tGzI5M
This fiery gadget finishes your meat with a blast of heat wrd.cm/1E6MmhC pic.twitter.com/enV8ai76lP
Each year, Nikon selects the most artful, scientifically enlightening, and skillfully produced images from thousands of submissions for its Small World microscope photography contest. Today, another set of impressive winners was announced for the contest’s 40th year. Pictured here is the 2011 winner
The real-life inspiration behind the Super Friends' Hall of Justice is in danger wrd.cm/1E6JvoR
Fiat is selling a Ferrari... What's the worst that could happen? wrd.cm/13mNYXp pic.twitter.com/Fgmlryjw1v
The best thing about Microsoft's health-tracker is that it's cross-platform wrd.cm/1yKenbO pic.twitter.com/XzIeIGMa1a
"Civilization: Beyond Earth" doesn't really offer players anything new. Our review: wrd.cm/1q4xoR3
Pirate Bay founder has been found guilty on hacking charges wrd.cm/13n9MSM
Hawaii's explosive past and destructive future is revealed in this beautiful comic wrd.cm/1q4wYds pic.twitter.com/99gYVjnIz8
My Nov. @WIRED cover story is on stands now bit.ly/1tIeTZi. Has anyone found the Easter egg on the cover?
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Why it took scientists 23 years to connect this scrap of metal to Amelia Earhart wrd.cm/1wgvuCE pic.twitter.com/rHxMb0KCjR
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Research with magic mushrooms may give insight into how psychedelic drugs produce consciousness-altering effects wrd.cm/1nTthLR
Photos: We'd sell a kidney for one of these vintage British bikes wrd.cm/1nTsFpn pic.twitter.com/zjXHxbVMtU
The bizarre toy cameras that heralded the age of Instagram wrd.cm/1E66sZf pic.twitter.com/JUvwDu75la
This app uses your neighbors' phones to help you locate your lost pet wrd.cm/13lDhVa pic.twitter.com/aeU7trhrLC
#ThrowbackThursday: WIRED’s June 2004 issue (12.06): The Wonderful World of Pixar | And check out THIS MONTH’s cover story on Big Hero 6 and how the team that built Pixar brought the magic back to Disney. #WIRED #2004 #tbt #pixar #disney #theincredibles #toystory #bighero6
With a smarter phone app, Flipboard finally ditches its iPad roots wrd.cm/1nTnZjp
A hacker dreams up a crypto passport using the tech behind bitcoin wrd.cm/1sLpeN7