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You can now use Apple Pay in these stores wrd.cm/1FqZaRJ
How @justinbieber could spoil Instagram's plan to introduce ads wrd.cm/1wjKTQy pic.twitter.com/knkbTphTIq
A wearable gadget implanted in your hand isn't as freaky as you'd think wrd.cm/1wfAcQ3 pic.twitter.com/s5IIGyv3OX
The new Amazon Kindle Voyage is nearly flawless wrd.cm/1sGpZdK pic.twitter.com/FfGGgOLudo
Volvo bets its future on small, turbocharged engines wrd.cm/1t3tpcb pic.twitter.com/nekYueesiv
Virginia police have been secretively stockpiling private phone records wrd.cm/1DsqrBk
The hidden privacy threat of … flashlight apps? wrd.cm/1FqBM6E
Travel through time with these strange and beautiful visualizations of space wrd.cm/1sSaWPJ pic.twitter.com/wCb9tv14E6
Why Tesla's self-driving car may make us love urban sprawl again wrd.cm/1qLgGWT
Why did HBO take so long to break away from cable? wrd.cm/1yLmtDP
There could be a surprising link between bats' cancer resistance & their ability to spread diseases like Ebola wrd.cm/1nt3k5r
The murderous, sometimes sexy history of the mermaid wrd.cm/1y0svgQ pic.twitter.com/ZiTGLkXdQm
Eerily beautiful photos of the ruins of the USSR's secret nuclear cities wrd.cm/1nt3bz2 pic.twitter.com/xrT4iX76mX
Laura Poitras reveals the crypto tools that made her Snowden film possible wrd.cm/1sS9RqU
There will never be a better indie film than "Pulp Fiction" wrd.cm/1nt31I3
So Lockheed Martin says it's made a big advance in nuclear fusion… wrd.cm/1y0rRQc #factcheck
Bats are excellent hosts for Ebola and other deadly diseases. Here's why: wrd.cm/1FmcBlQ via @WIRED
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New algorithms search for signs of consciousness in brain injury patients wrd.cm/1wRhaOQ pic.twitter.com/phBk3mMUZJ
How Microsoft appointed itself sheriff of the Internet wrd.cm/1rKmEqa
Take a gorgeous tour of the largest ship ever built wrd.cm/1rKmy1U pic.twitter.com/oAegy6attU
Kawasaki's new 300-HP super bike is totally nuts wrd.cm/1sS8wAw pic.twitter.com/KiY6zb3tpb
Apple Pay launches on Monday. Here's a list of stores where you can use it: wrd.cm/1rKlWcw
Facebook unveils Safety Check, a tool to alert loved ones during a natural disaster wrd.cm/1yLl6Fd pic.twitter.com/c9j8ksoY0W
iPad Air 2 finally lets you easily switch between carriers wrd.cm/1rKlhaY
A sci-fi comic series where society has been built out of junk left by colonizers wrd.cm/1yLkLCD pic.twitter.com/pGIbIvRABX
What is Google Chrome Helper, and why is it hogging my CPU cycles? wrd.cm/1wRfs01
Kickstarter has frozen Anonabox privacy router project for misleading funders wrd.cm/1yLktf1 #ICYMI
This is how you build a beer pipeline across a Medieval city wrd.cm/1rKjT8d
Gulfstream's swanky new jets are loaded with touchscreens for pilots wrd.cm/1uiFTcu pic.twitter.com/wncASZi2br
All your questions about Apple's 5k iMac display, answered: wrd.cm/1yLk4sM
The FBI is dead wrong: Apple's encryption is clearly in the public interest wrd.cm/1wRevF0
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is a wasp that lays eggs inside caterpillars & enslaves them wrd.cm/1yLjPOB pic.twitter.com/WuO64ClrhI
Apple can't tell you what the iPad is for -- but that's the whole point wrd.cm/1rKiAX6
You can beat this creepy game in 15 minutes, but it's worth it wrd.cm/1nt1DoB pic.twitter.com/2RpAxHVPl3
17 of the most influential architecture photos of all time wrd.cm/1uiEZfT pic.twitter.com/elA2UDcSg0
Handy tips and tricks for mastering OS X Yosemite wrd.cm/1yLjw6d
American schools are training kids for a world that doesn't exist wrd.cm/1FeuYcc
Game|Life Podcast: Software sales Slump & Bayonetta makes a comeback wrd.cm/1yLiHui
A new documentary follows an iconoclastic mapmaker with a sordid past wrd.cm/1y0lHjk
This smartwatch projects buttons onto your skin wrd.cm/1yLcy14 pic.twitter.com/Gb78aucUau
Nadav Kander traveled to the steppes of Kazakhstan four years ago to see the “closed cities” of the Soviet nuclear testing area, a network of cities all but invisible to outsiders until the arrival of Google Earth. The photographer ventured first to the town of Kurchatov—named for the physicist who
Get a glimpse of the lost touchscreen tablet from 1992 wrd.cm/1yLaXZl
A sci-fi comic series where society has been built out of junk left by colonizers wrd.cm/1rJWTXc pic.twitter.com/uHrsRFvRQ1
“There’s a long and shared history of architecture and photography,” says Elias Redstone. He would know, because he’s spent the past few years compiling his book, Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography, along with a corresponding exhibit at the Barbican in London. Today, architectu
Stefon returns and Brad Pitt goes B-boy on this week's best TV wrd.cm/1nsSwob
The growing, global movement to let kids learn by just tinkering wrd.cm/1yL6JAR pic.twitter.com/iwxmaz7zD6
iPad Air 2 finally lets you easily switch between carriers wrd.cm/1ui8mz8
What is Google Chrome Helper, and why is it hogging my CPU cycles? wrd.cm/1wQOKVk
Silicon Valley wins! Obama picks ex-Google lawyer, Michelle Lee, to head patent office wrd.cm/1FdIsF4