The plan is impressive in both its scale and its scope, and there's plenty American cities can learn from it.
The post US Cities Should Follow Paris’ $160M Plan to Boost Cycling appeared first on WIRED.
As groundbreaking as it was for four seasons, the show's own influence has made constant evolution unnecessary. And that's actually better for the show.
The post Louie‘s Back, and It’s Almost a Regular Sitcom Now appeared first on WIRED.
The first batch of routers lacked basic password protection, and had a bug that would allow any Wi-Fi intruders to completely hijack the device, snooping on or recording all of a user's traffic.
The post Anonabox Recalls 350 ‘Privacy’ Routers for Security Flaws appeared first on WIRED.
Companies shilling expensive cold-press juicers say you're getting extra-healthy, vitamin-enriched juice. But is it true?
The post Nobody Can Prove That Cold-Pressed Juice Is Better for You appeared first on WIRED.
Why do even minor stubbings cause major agony?
The robots haven’t just landed in the workplace—they’re expanding skills, moving up the corporate ladder, showing awesome productivity and retention rates, and increasingly shoving aside their human counterparts. One multi-tasker bot, from Momentum Machines, can make (and flip) a gourmet hamburger in 10 seconds and could soon replace an entire McDonalds crew. A manufacturing […]
The post Rise of the Machines: The Future has Lots of Robots, Few Jobs for Humans appeared first on WIRED.
A new project on display at Dublin Science Gallery demonstrateS what it might be like if our objects could respond to physical touch
The post Using Biometric Data to Make Simple Objects Come to Life appeared first on WIRED.
"Humans are going die on this planet. What will survive on our behalf is AIs—if we manage to create them. That’s not problematic, it’s desirable."
The post Ex Machina’s Director on Why A.I. Is Humanity’s Last Hope appeared first on WIRED.
All too often, students will ask me "what do you want me to do in lab?" My response is simple: I want you to build a model.
After languishing in obscurity for decades, the Helvetica successor Unica been rescued and remastered.
The post A Legendary Redesign of Helvetica, Reborn After 30 Years appeared first on WIRED.
PowerToFly connects working moms to tech jobs that allow for remote work as a way to close the industry's gender gap.
The post Want More Women Working in Tech? Let Them Stay Home appeared first on WIRED.
After analyzing decades' worth of dinosaur bones, paleontologists think it's finally time to give the brontosaurus its name back.
The post Scientists Say It’s Time to Reinstate the Brontosaurus appeared first on WIRED.
People tend to make snap judgments when they're interviewing job candidates. The problem is, these predictions from the first 10 seconds are useless.
Simon Norfolk traces the melting of a glacier on Mount Kenya with a line of fire.
The post Fiery Outlines Show How Huge a Melting Glacier Used to Be appeared first on WIRED.
Unlike cable, internet TV finds itself most vulnerable during its most important events.
The post The Internet’s Clearly Not Ready to Stream Big TV Events appeared first on WIRED.
Google wants you to stop thinking about what wireless network your phone is on.
The Germans think we may be interested in a luxury "lifestyle pickup."
The post Mercedes Thinks Americans May Want a Luxury Pickup appeared first on WIRED.
This week we have an eclectic collection of trailers for you, from Bond to Bessie. Watch them all here.
The post The Week’s Trailers: Bond Faces His Dark Secret in Spectre appeared first on WIRED.
A Boston startup wants to install huge networks of nuclear bomb detectors around America's cities, ports, and border crossings.
To get a look at the market for offline GPS systems, we downloaded four apps that support offline maps, turned cellular data services off, and hit the road.
The post We Tested 4 GPS Apps That Work Even When You’re Offline appeared first on WIRED.