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Tech bubble? What tech bubble? WIRED sat down with some of tech's sharpest minds to get their read on the future of the industry and the nature of success. The post The Next List: The Future of Business Is Anything But Bleak appeared first on WIRED.
You'll now be able to reach counselors with the text-based crisis counseling service via Facebook and Facebook Messenger. The post Tech's Biggest Names Are Giving Millions to Crisis Text Line appeared first on WIRED.
The publisher's new studio hopes to make videogame movies and shows that don't suck—and it's starting with an animated series on the streaming platform. The post Activision's First Videogame Show Is Coming to Netflix appeared first on WIRED.
Joyent, an unsung hero of the cloud hosting market, has just found a new home. The post Samsung Snaps Up Joyent, the Best-Kept Secret in Cloud Computing appeared first on WIRED.
The 3-D printed autonomous van can chat with passengers, a novel way to establish human trust in the robots that will soon take over our roads. The post IBM's Watson Lets You Talk to Your Self-Driving Car appeared first on WIRED.
A new partnership with Lucasfilm's ILMxLab promises to bring Star Wars into the real world in some mindblowing ways. The post Magic Leap's Next Move? Bringing C-3PO to Your House appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook wants Messenger to be your home away from your homescreen. The post Facebook Messenger Has a New Home Screen to Lure You Away from Apps appeared first on WIRED.
What is the three body problem and how do you solve it? Really, the only way to solve this problem is with a numerical calculation. The post This Is the Only Way to Solve the Three-Body Problem appeared first on WIRED.
The Second Avenue subway is coming---for real this time. This is how New York acoustic engineers will muffle its roar. The post Get Ready for Quieter NYC Subway Stations (Yes, It’s Possible) appeared first on WIRED.
Biotechnology can work just fine in Silicon Valley, as long as companies know when to pump the brakes. The post Hot Tips For the Next Disruptive Blood Testing Unicorn appeared first on WIRED.
The 23rd satellite of the BeiDou satellite navigation constellation is in orbit. It's probably time to start paying attention. The post A Rocket Launch Brings China One Step Closer to Its Own GPS appeared first on WIRED.
This ultra-lightweight motorcycle looks like it's made of bones. The post ‘Light Rider’ Motorcycle Weighs Just 77 Pounds But Costs, Um, $56K appeared first on WIRED.
National tragedies used to unite the country. Now, they tear us apart. As soon as a crisis happens, the social media shouting begins. The post Clinton and Trump Can't Unite On Orlando Because Twitter Won’t Let Them appeared first on WIRED.
The 22 billion dollar sustainable city is looking a little ... unfinished so far. The post Inside Masdar, the UAE’s Zero-Carbon City That Will Never Be appeared first on WIRED.
This week in superhero movie news, the Suicide Squad plans a San Diego trip, Mads Mikkelsen promises a new kind of Marvel flick, and X-23 hits the scene. The post Cape Watch: The Next Wolverine May Have a New, More Feral Wolverine appeared first on WIRED.
An algorithm developed at MIT creates realistic audio tracks for videos. The post MIT's New AI Can (Sort of) Fool Humans With Sound Effects appeared first on WIRED.
During today's Senate filibuster on gun control Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts noted there were guns for sale on Instagram. He was right. The post Today’s Filibuster Mentioned Instagram’s Guns for Sale. Then #Gunsforsale Disappeared appeared first on WIRED.
With the Democratic National Committees opposition research on Donald Trump in the wind, the question is: Who hacked it? And why? The post A Chaotic Whodunnit Follows the DNC's Trump Research Hack appeared first on WIRED.
What happens to a person who talks for hours on end? The post Here's What Happens Inside the Mind of a Filibusterer appeared first on WIRED.
The real key is that the jet's black boxes are likely to be in the vicinity. The post Search Party Finds the Wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804 appeared first on WIRED.