Super Bowl weekend is upon us. This week, the crew tackles the topic of sports on TV, on the internet, and in person. The post What Time Is the Super Bowl On appeared first on WIRED.
Zero-rating lets internet and wireless providers exempt certain apps from counting towards your data. And the new GOP-controlled FCC says free is fine. The post The FCC OKs Streaming for Free—But Net Neutrality Will Pay appeared first on WIRED.
Space photos of the week, January 29 — February 4, 2017. The post Space Photos of the Week: Rotten Egg Nebula Makes a Stanky Mess appeared first on WIRED.
While any Mac user can play with GarageBand and iMovie for free, it has been quite expensive if you wanted to move to pro apps — especially if you’re a student. Apple released a new app bundle with five different pro apps. It costs $199.99 and it’s just for students and people working in education. […]
If you’re concerned that your devices will be confiscated and searched, start carrying a burner phone. The post Now’s Probably the Time to Consider One of These Burner Phones appeared first on WIRED.
Neural networks are all the rage right now. But they’re still flawed. So top tech companies are looking at new forms of AI better at handling uncertainty. The post AI Is About to Learn More Like Humans—with a Little Uncertainty appeared first on WIRED.
Maybe it’s time to get a new car. The post Watch How Terrifyingly Bad Car Safety Was Just 20 Years Ago appeared first on WIRED.
Silicon Valley heavyweights are backing the court fight against Trump’s immigration ban. But they risk alienating users—and the tweeter-in-chief. The post Tech Could Do More to Oppose Trump—at a Price appeared first on WIRED.
The league has still failed to face its concussion epidemic head-on. The post Accelerometers Could Finally Fix the NFL’s Concussion Crisis appeared first on WIRED.