This might make you less sad you're watching it at home.
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Hillary Clinton, too.
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At the first Super Bowl, ushers tore tickets. At Super Bowl 50, they scanned them. At Super Bowl 100, fans were retina-scanned on the way in.
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The companies whose infrastructure connects the world is looking to Facebook's open source model for building better data centers.
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Memoire is a typeface that degrades with every use.
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Blue Origin just relaunched the New Shepard rocket. Here is an analysis of the acceleration both for the launch and the landing.
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Areca Roe delves into the wild world of unique pets, capturing everything from pythons to pot-bellied pigs.
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Shaky cam, begone.
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New York's MTA plans to try out a design that's been used all over the planet to reduce crowding and delays.
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The NBA's reigning MVP might be the first post-sports sports hero.
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Legal and tech experts argue a New York or California ban on smartphone encryption would be a futile and possibly unconstitutional "logistical nightmare."
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Scientists are compiling a picture of the shadow of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, and it could reveal general relatively breaking down.
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Under terms of the settlement, Lyft would pay more than $12 million to its drivers.
The post Lyft Drivers Settle Suit But Still Aren’t Employees appeared first on WIRED.
A great movie, Netflix and Amazon moving into the acquisition game, and the Oscars' lack of diversity may have all been factors in the record-setting deal.
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Despite a record quarter, Apple apparently feels like it has some explaining to do.
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This is the third consecutive quarter Apple hasn't offered specific figures for how well its Watch is selling.
No, Walmart isn't getting into the cloud computing business. But it has open sourced some of its own cloud infrastructure software.
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Compared to the same time last year, iPhone sales saw their slowest growth since the product was launched in 2007.
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Good luck unseeing this one.
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Apple just reported the largest quarterly profit in history—its own or anyone else's.
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