London’s watching riders in a bid to improve service. The post London’s New Way to Count Tube Riders? Tracking Their Phones appeared first on WIRED.
The idea for Nintendo’s first iPhone action game started on Wii—and was inspired by YouTube speedrunners. The post 7 Surprising Insights Into Super Mario Run, Straight From Shigeru Miyamoto appeared first on WIRED.
Winning isn’t everything—but it sure feels good. Gear up for total sport domination. The post The Best Gear and Gadgets of 2016: Fitness appeared first on WIRED.
With promises of unprecedented levels of data ownership, one genetic testing company is betting on the power of the patient to find tomorrow’s cures. The post Genos Will Sequence Your Genes—And Help You Sell Them to Science appeared first on WIRED.
Home security is one of those things that many of us don’t think about until we need to. (Believe me: After somebody breaks into your home, ignoring the issue of home security no longer feels like a possibility.) But as with eating right and exercising, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure […]
Blogging is tough, to say the least. But, like all other tough things on Earth, it comes with a marvellous return. Whether you are blogging for a business, trying to build your own community, or simply taking it as a part-time job, the foundation of any blog is a loyal community that listens, thinks and […]
Snopes, FactCheck.org, Politifact, and ABC News will help Facebook make good on four of the six promises Mark Zuckerberg made about fighting fake news without it becoming “the arbiter of truth”. It will make fake news posts less visible, append warnings from fact checkers to fake news in the feed, make reporting hoaxes easier, and […]
On-demand startup Postmates just launched virtual gift cards, which you can purchase in amounts of $25, $50, $100 or $200. There’s no expiration date, and they can be used at any store on Postmates, which is pretty cool for the recipient because it means they can buy just about anything — and get it delivered on […]