Marsha Blackburn is proposing to bring back privacy rules for broadband providers she just helped gut—and also apply them to Google and Facebook. The post Telco-Backed Politician Wants to Restore Privacy Rules She Helped Kill appeared first on WIRED.
And if it doesn’t, it’s still good news for science. The post The Only Victor in the Search for MH370? Ocean Science appeared first on WIRED.
A new 360-degree action camera from Garmin puts your most extreme self in the round. The post Garmin’s New 360 Cam Makes Your Stupid Stunts Spherical appeared first on WIRED.
Part game, part viral marketing, the brief interactive fiction examines how stories reshape the world around us. The post The Story of Arc Symphony, a Game About a Game That Doesn’t Exist appeared first on WIRED.
Medical professionals have raised concerns about whether General Hospital’s plotline blurred the lines between disease awareness and advertisement. The post The Tricky Ethics of Big Pharma Soft-Selling on Soap Operas appeared first on WIRED.
Two years after Intel embraced USB-C for Thunderbolt 3, it’s taking another big step toward the mainstream. The post Intel’s Plan to Thunderbolt 3 All of the Things appeared first on WIRED.
By redesigning how its AlphaGo AI learns, Google has made a system that can tackle much more than just boardgames. The post Google’s AlphaGo Levels Up From Board Games to Power Grids appeared first on WIRED.
Take Lightning McQueen for a spin with this app-controlled toy. The post Sphero’s New Cars Toy Is the Fanciest RC Car You Ever Did See appeared first on WIRED.
Just make sure the tires are big enough. The post Need a Memorial Day to Remember? Ice-Bike the Northwest Passage appeared first on WIRED.