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Wired UK

The Night Tube finally starts this weekend on the Central and Victoria lines
From Beiber to K-Pop, how fan fiction is predicting popularity
WIRED’s future documentary: going inside Shenzhen’s hardware manufacturing culture…
There's a way to tell if you have depression just by looking at your Instagram photos
How LEGO can be used to create prosthetics for children
Bother for Bees and predicting crime in Rio: this week's WIRED podcast is here
.@bethesda’s VR plans are hugely ambitious – but can they convince the skeptics?
Goldfish are growing to huge sizes in Australian rivers
.@atomico CEO Niklas Zennström is in the WIRED global 100. See who else made the list:
Light-sensitive material is used to control tiny wriggling caterpillar robots
One of Marvel's best-loved superhero teams is being turned into a TV show
This 400m long glass bridge opens to tourists this weekend
The individuals & companies up for Innovation in Experience Design #WiredAudiAwards #promo
This app is using advanced machine learning to predict crime locations in Brazil
TfL expect more than 200,000 people to use the Night Tube once it starts this weekend
Twitter’s quality filter aims to tackle abuse and harassment on the social network
Uber and @volvocarsglobal partner to bring driverless technology to the roads
AI is being used to detect depression from Instagram posts
WIRED tests Doom and Fallout 4 in VR
Facebook is making a PC gaming platform, with help from Unity
This tiny wriggling caterpillar robot is controlled by light
Investor @shervin is in the WIRED global 100. See the reasons why here:
Love it or hate it, the TheLADbible has become a voice of a generation
Prisoners’ memories have opened up the Saydnaya prison for the first time
The internet of things is (finally) making smart cities a reality
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