Humans, especially Americans, are kind of slobs. We mess up the Earth by throwing out about 4.5 pounds of garbage per person on average every day. Two-thirds of that waste could be composted, but isn’t. And half of the rest of it could be recycled, according to research from the Duke Nicholas School of the […]
The time and money we spend on social apps is shocking, and here’s the truth revealed: People spend 1.15 billion hours each month on playing mobile games. Games rank second behind social media activity in terms of time spent on devices according to a survey conducted in 2016. On average, we spend 2 hours on social media apps […]
Twitter chief Jack Dorsey today apologized for what he says were technical problems causing some Twitter users to involuntarily follow the @POTUS account as it was handed over to Donald Trump. As Sarah Perez reported here yesterday, Twitter users were bewildered as to why they were forced to follow the Trump @POTUS account, and many […]
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Know your rights. Go wide. No flash. WIRED spoke with the ACLU’s Peter Bibring about what people need to know before they start livestreaming. The post 7 Tips for Reporting Live Via Your Phone From Anywhere appeared first on WIRED.
Looks like Twitter’s streaming video news deal with Bloomberg was just the first of more than a dozen content partnerships that it’s announcing today. The company unveiled the full slate at the NewFronts, where online publishers pitch their content to advertisers. (This was the first time Twitter’s held its own NewFronts presentation.) Read More
Energy is the answer to so many questions. But what is energy? That is the question. The post How a Missing Penny Explains the Conservation of Energy appeared first on WIRED.
Growing up, I was known as the “quiet, nerdy kid”. I didn’t talk much during meals, at school, or social gatherings. Often, people thought I was anti-social or lacking presentation skills. Some of my friends even had the first impression that I hated them when we first met. Just because I didn’t talk (and with […]