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How can you increase your smart phone's battery life? wrd.cm/Xy9K7v
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LittleBits wants you to invent its next big product -- for a 10-percent cut wrd.cm/Xy9x4d
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Regram @sdadich: New. WIRED. Office. #newwiredoffice
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Why do all my friends like the same music? wrd.cm/XebGl1
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A smart necklace that's like a locket for the 21st century wrd.cm/Xy8XU7 pic.twitter.com/kIGdHQKdUS
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A radical new way to collaborate, from the makers of 'Paper' wrd.cm/1piCRBX pic.twitter.com/JGVGM4NgJA
Why selling out was the best thing Minecraft's creator could have done wrd.cm/1wB3zhY
Dan Winters (@danwintersphoto) will be speaking at WIRED by Design. Known for the broad range of subject matter he is able to interpret, Winters is widely recognized for his unusual celebrity portraiture, his scientific photography, photo illustrations, drawings, and photojournalistic stories. Winte
Hey Fox, we never asked for a Batman origin show wrd.cm/1wB1Ady
This zippy new Canon DSLR captures ultra-smooth 1080p video wrd.cm/XxZ2Op pic.twitter.com/HBHPxRF60l
PayPal's attack ad reveals Apple's power to inspire fear and loathing wrd.cm/1wAZ5YE
Speaking at WIRED by Design: Jennifer Colliau (@smallhandfoods) Event details: wrd.cm/1kyXNb6 #wiredbydesign pic.twitter.com/D0T2qZRX7s
Weird Abstract Photos That Look Like Incomplete Memories // Patricia Voulgaris was inspired by the analogy between lapses in our memory and the things unseen just beyond the frame of a photograph. Her abstract photo sculptures illustrate what our spotty, or downright faulty, recollection of a specif
“I’m very interested in what you actually remember versus what your mind creates, and the sorts of voids you might have in your head,” says photographer Patricia Voulgaris. “Some things might not be clear—the truth is kind of obscured in that way and I’m interested in investigating that.” More at WI
Airbus has filed a patent for a VR helmet that will make you forget you're on a plane wrd.cm/1qcU9kl pic.twitter.com/CoQll02pru
Panasonic supercharges its new LX100 compact camera with 4K video wrd.cm/1piuuGN pic.twitter.com/hp86WNYvEL
This stretchable, light-up surface was inspired by the skin of octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish wrd.cm/1qcLPB5
Here's how to purge your iTunes of that horrid U2 album wrd.cm/1r5tICt
These weird abstract photos resemble incomplete memories wrd.cm/1ydbJic pic.twitter.com/ApfiTJKQ6n
How Medieval-style guilds are going to remake the tech behind Google and Facebook wrd.cm/XxdLsX
The psychology behind why you and your friends all like the same awesome music. wrd.cm/Zoe7mV
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The producers of "Utopia" know utopia is impossible -- that's the point. wrd.cm/1piqHsO pic.twitter.com/8tgx1Qfjrm
These four designs turn your living room into a playground wrd.cm/1uE8wo0 pic.twitter.com/LRxkK7p1nJ
You can now take a free Y Combinator startup course online wrd.cm/XdbNNR
This gorgeous, artistic retreat that trains seven year-olds in the Philippines wrd.cm/1ycNLUg pic.twitter.com/cBgsXgz2WO
Fall TV: Our picks for what you should watch, what you should skip, & what you should binge later wrd.cm/1r4L56i
Apple's devious U2 album giveaway should be remembered as a monumental blunder by the tech industry wrd.cm/1uDUjat
"A phone that runs on sandwiches would last about 5 times as long as a Lithium-ion powered phone." wrd.cm/ZoakG2 by @rjallain
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This military-grade drone can be printed anywhere wrd.cm/1ycnnKf pic.twitter.com/g8C8uB6nl1
How can you increase your smart phone's battery life? wrd.cm/Xw3jlo
Misfit's new $50 Flash activity tracker is a more colorful version of its popular Shine wrd.cm/1yc2jDQ pic.twitter.com/1lpB6ZzJun
What's Up With That: Why do all my friends like the same music? wrd.cm/1wzsVNk
LittleBits wants you to invent its next big product -- for a 10-percent cut wrd.cm/XvrdNH pic.twitter.com/VL5BHyLwOt
A smart necklace that's like a locket for the 21st century wrd.cm/XuYBUP pic.twitter.com/EPqAEeRdBK
A radical new way to collaborate, from the makers of 'Paper' wrd.cm/1qUaWNX pic.twitter.com/XTHGplVioK
Selling out was the best thing Minecraft's creator could've done wrd.cm/1phZS86
America's rudest drivers are in Idaho, survey says wrd.cm/1y8Y6k8
This chip is an all-inclusive radio that harvests power from the messages it receives wrd.cm/XrEGX1 pic.twitter.com/i5qZa5CnAL
A clever book of tweets about you working on your book wrd.cm/1scGxaa
Minecraft's creator explains the controversial $2.5 billion sale to Microsoft -- and why he's leaving the company wrd.cm/1wxDMag
Is Apple Watch's pressure-sensitive screen a bigger deal than the gadget itself? wrd.cm/XrDNh6
These portraits of Ukraine's revolutionaries and mourners are stunning wrd.cm/1qXCvF4 pic.twitter.com/O5GASSYEDf
Young people largely don't wear watches, so what does this mean for the Apple Watch? wrd.cm/1r0SOSU
Finally, we've got one very angry Katniss in the new "Mockingjay" trailer wrd.cm/1y8Tvyt
Toyota invented this whacky new car for urban millennials wrd.cm/1m9svcS pic.twitter.com/hu1VzR6DOW
This is the map Columbus likely used to plan his first voyage across the Atlantic in 1492 wrd.cm/1m9rq4y pic.twitter.com/wuz33GPhL5
Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf says that in order to save the Net, we must keep it open. From his essay in the September issue of WIRED: “The value of an open, fully connected, and accessible Internet should not and must not be underestimated. Societies of the 21st century everywhere on the planet des
Here are three things Apple could do to fix iCloud's terrible security wrd.cm/1r0MtqM
The mathematics of Ebola -- act now or regret it wrd.cm/1wxyxaO #ICYMI