Now that Ted Chiang is super hot, let’s read some of his short fiction for the month of February. The post WIRED Book Club: Loved Arrival? Check Out Ted Chiang’s ‘Story of Your Life’ appeared first on WIRED.
Social media plays a large role in politics today, from the election of Donald Trump to those now resisting his policies, such as through the grassroots-born movement that was the Women’s March on Washington. The movement began as Facebook page for frustrated voters, then morphed into an event that drew in an estimated 5 million […]
In another interesting example of what happens when you don’t manage your backups correctly the Licking County government offices, including the police force, have been shut down by ransomeware. Although details are sparse, it’s clear that someone in the office caught a bug in a phishing scam or by downloading it and now their servers […]
The FCC was going to open up the cable box to promote competition. But that’s all changed under Trump. The post Comcast Looks All Set to Keep Controlling Your Cable Box. Yay appeared first on WIRED.
The pricey vacuum people have made a pricey hair dryer. The post Review: Dyson Supersonic appeared first on WIRED.
A new way of seeing things will change the way you move. The post Drive a Car Like You’d Fly an F-35 With Augmented Reality appeared first on WIRED.
The California governor has tasked seven scientists to sift through new projections for sea level rise—and think about what it could mean for the golden state’s coast. The post Think States Alone Can’t Handle Sea Level Rise? Watch California appeared first on WIRED.
Reddit has banned the r/altright subreddit for “the proliferation of personal and confidential information.” That’s a rather clinical way of describing what’s often called doxing: posting details (docs) like the home phone number and aReddit has banned the r/altright subreddit for “the proliferation of personal and confidential information.” That’s… Read More