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We now know Pluto has skies of blue and frozen water
All the answers to Stephen Hawking's first-ever Reddit AMA: via @WIREDInsider
Why optical illusions like these make your brain go haywire
Ant-Man coming back for 2018 sequel, 'Ant-Man and the Wasp'
LG's brilliant 4K OLED TVs are now cheaper than some LCD sets
Chemicals from roasting coffee may be cramping lungs
My Chromecast review: your phone’s not a great remote, but might be your only remote soon…
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5 lessons from the summer of epic car hacks
BMW gave photographer Edgar Martins all-areas access to its factory in Munich, where he spent 18 months shooting his latest project, 00:00:00. Martins is fascinated by auto factories and wanted to use his slow, deliberate style to freeze time in a place usually bustling with industry. 00:00:00 will
Canada has nicer people AND nicer metro systems
The new Steve Jobs movie and tech's god complex
A brief history of the death of the comments
This beautiful new app is like a stress-relieving lava lamp
Our new Google Chromecast review:
The story behind the Surface Book’s crazy new hinge
This voyeuristic site will make you reconsider social media
Microsoft's Surface Book is going to redefine how PCs are made
These eerie photos trace the strange history of nukes
The city-sculpting buildings of Chicago's biggest architect
(PHOTOS) This plane is slick as a sports car, portable as a jet ski
US volcano monitoring may get an overhaul
On the latest @SongExploder, Deradoorian says loneliness inspired “A Beautiful Woman”
Journalist Matthew Keys has been convicted of helping Anonymous hack Reuters
We talked to Jeanne Gang, the hometown star of Chicago's first ever architecture biennial.
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