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Updated 2017-06-27 20:34
Chill. It’s Not Books vs. Amazon. You Can Have Both!
Books have been able to resist the forces of digital change because books really are different. The post Chill. It's Not Books vs. Amazon. You Can Have Both! appeared first on WIRED.
Kite’s Coding Assistant Spots Errors, Finds Better Open Source
Think of it as "Clippy" for coding—but without being annoying. The post Kite's Coding Assistant Spots Errors, Finds Better Open Source appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook Has Seized the Media, and That’s Bad News for Everyone But Facebook
News has been co-opted by Facebook. That’s not good for the industry—or for you. The post Facebook Has Seized the Media, and That's Bad News for Everyone But Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Ex-Darpa Head Regina Dugan Leaves Google for Facebook
Translation: One of Google’s top research minds is headed for the company's arch-rival. The post Ex-Darpa Head Regina Dugan Leaves Google for Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook’s Massive New Antennas Can Beam Internet for Miles
Facebook says its new antenna array can beam the internet far beyond city limits; another can blanket urban centers in broadband. The post Facebook's Massive New Antennas Can Beam Internet for Miles appeared first on WIRED.
Google Is About to Supercharge Its TensorFlow Open Source AI
Google's free open source AI framework is about to get more powerful. The post Google Is About to Supercharge Its TensorFlow Open Source AI appeared first on WIRED.
Bernie Sanders Just Scored a Powerful Endorsement in NYC
The Transit Workers Union Local 100 is 42,000-members strong, and they're feeling the Bern. The post Bernie Sanders Just Scored a Powerful Endorsement in NYC appeared first on WIRED.
Old-School Talk Radio Is Still Big Enough to Break Candidates
And why it's so powerful in primary politics. The post Old-School Talk Radio Is Still Big Enough to Break Candidates appeared first on WIRED.
How Will Zuckerberg Rule the World? By Giving Facebook’s Tech Away
Today Facebook is announcing a 360-degree video camera. And—not for the first time—it's giving away the hardware and software designs for free. The post How Will Zuckerberg Rule the World? By Giving Facebook's Tech Away appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook Built a 360-Degree Video Camera. Oh, and the Design Is Yours for Free
Facebook has built its own 360-degree video camera, and this summer, it will give away both the hardware designs and software for free. The post Facebook Built a 360-Degree Video Camera. Oh, and the Design Is Yours for Free appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook Believes Messenger Will Anchor a Post-App Internet
Now with 900 million users, Facebook Messenger is how Facebook hopes to make good ol' chat the future of the Internet. The post Facebook Believes Messenger Will Anchor a Post-App Internet appeared first on WIRED.
On Equal Pay Day, Let’s Discuss How Equity Would Help Everybody
It's the economy, stupid. The post On Equal Pay Day, Let's Discuss How Equity Would Help Everybody appeared first on WIRED.
As Dropbox Jumps Off the Cloud, Box Nestles Into It
The pull of the cloud is hard to resist. The post As Dropbox Jumps Off the Cloud, Box Nestles Into It appeared first on WIRED.
Pearson’s Quest to Cover the Planet in Company-Run Schools
Pearson, the company behind Common Core and the US testing-industrial complex, plans to conquer the entire world with its new model for education. The post Pearson's Quest to Cover the Planet in Company-Run Schools appeared first on WIRED.
Google.org’s Giving $20 Million to Engineer a Better World for the Disabled
Whether its bets succeed or fail, Dot-org may well shape our expectations for how philanthropy is done by the very wealthy and the very powerful in the future. The post Google.org's Giving $20 Million to Engineer a Better World for the Disabled appeared first on WIRED.
Publishers Strike Back at a Browser That Replaces Their Ads
Publishers tell Brave Software, which has an innovative idea for blocking ads, that its plan "is indistinguishable from a plan to steal our content." The post Publishers Strike Back at a Browser That Replaces Their Ads appeared first on WIRED.
Bitcoin Messiah Patrick Byrne’s Medical Leave Could Rattle Blockchain’s Future
His absence will be felt most among the worldwide Bitcoin community. The post Bitcoin Messiah Patrick Byrne's Medical Leave Could Rattle Blockchain's Future appeared first on WIRED.
Layer3 TV’s Crazy Plan to Take on Comcast and Reinvent Cable
The plan to take over the biggest screen in your house isn't riffing on Netflix. It's riffing on Comcast. And the guys behind it have raised nearly $100 million. The post Layer3 TV's Crazy Plan to Take on Comcast and Reinvent Cable appeared first on WIRED.
Beyond the Panama Papers: See Inside the World’s Tax Havens
The financial world has dozens of hiding places. Here's what they look like. The post Beyond the Panama Papers: See Inside the World's Tax Havens appeared first on WIRED.
The $15 Minimum Wage Wins Where Silicon Valley Fails Hard
For now, raising the minimum wage will mean a more substantive change for the lowest paid workers than anything Silicon Valley has come up with. The post The $15 Minimum Wage Wins Where Silicon Valley Fails Hard appeared first on WIRED.
Judge Says Lyft’s $12M Settlement Doesn’t Pay Drivers Enough
The agreement shortchanged on-demand drivers by about half of what they deserve, according to the ruling.. The post Judge Says Lyft's $12M Settlement Doesn't Pay Drivers Enough appeared first on WIRED.
The Future of Work Is … Ordering Taco Bell Through Slack?
Have you ever wished you could order food from Taco Bell for everyone in your office using a simple chat bot? No?!? Well, soon you'll be able to anyway. The post The Future of Work Is ... Ordering Taco Bell Through Slack? appeared first on WIRED.
Uber Has Recruited Tens of Thousands of Veterans As Drivers
A company doesn’t grab the title of world’s most valuable startup by always playing nice. But Uber is eager to show it also has a public-minded side. The post Uber Has Recruited Tens of Thousands of Veterans As Drivers appeared first on WIRED.
Refugees Are More Connected Than Ever. Rescuers Must Be Too
The current refugee crisis differs from every mass migration before it because these travelers are so connected. The post Refugees Are More Connected Than Ever. Rescuers Must Be Too appeared first on WIRED.
IBM Wants to Implant Fake Brains in Real Brains to Prevent Seizures
Talk about neural networking. The post IBM Wants to Implant Fake Brains in Real Brains to Prevent Seizures appeared first on WIRED.
Ted Cruz’s Bronx Campaign Stop Just Backfired Big Time Because Duh
Cruz's Bronx visit was trending today...for all the wrong reasons. The post Ted Cruz's Bronx Campaign Stop Just Backfired Big Time Because Duh appeared first on WIRED.
Zuckerberg Really Wants You to Stream Live Video on Facebook
Facebook has announced new features today, including a dedicated place to watch videos, in a push to get you to broadcast (and watch) more videos live. The post Zuckerberg Really Wants You to Stream Live Video on Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Here’s How Google Makes Sure It (Almost) Never Goes Down
When was the last time you needed to Google something and Google wasn't there? A new book peers into the system that keeps Google up and road. The post Here's How Google Makes Sure It (Almost) Never Goes Down appeared first on WIRED.
Opposition to Broadband Subsidies Is More About Politics Than Tech
The FCC recently offered low-income families crucial help for getting online: the Lifeline program. In the end, the politics came down to a question of speed. The post Opposition to Broadband Subsidies Is More About Politics Than Tech appeared first on WIRED.
Nest’s Hub Shutdown Proves You’re Crazy to Buy Into the Internet of Things
Nest's decision sends a pretty clear signal that you just can't rely on "Internet of Things" things. The post Nest's Hub Shutdown Proves You're Crazy to Buy Into the Internet of Things appeared first on WIRED.
Bernie Sanders On the Panama Papers: Told You So
The Vermont senator's 2011 comments on Panama are eerily prophetic. The post Bernie Sanders On the Panama Papers: Told You So appeared first on WIRED.
North Carolina’s Anti-LGBTQ Law Just Cost It a Huge PayPal Office and 400 Jobs
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman speaks out against North Carolina's new law that prevents local governments from banning discrimination based on sexual orientation. The post North Carolina's Anti-LGBTQ Law Just Cost It a Huge PayPal Office and 400 Jobs appeared first on WIRED.
Gawker Challenges Verdict in Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Trial
Round two in the rumble between Hulk Hogan and Gawker Media has just begun. The post Gawker Challenges Verdict in Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Trial appeared first on WIRED.
Twitter Will Stream NFL Games, Insert Hail Mary Joke Here
Are you ready for some football? On... Twitter? The post Twitter Will Stream NFL Games, Insert Hail Mary Joke Here appeared first on WIRED.
Forget Apple vs. the FBI: WhatsApp Just Switched on Encryption for a Billion People
This morning, WhatsApp made the scope of the Apple-FBI encryption battle look kinda small. The post Forget Apple vs. the FBI: WhatsApp Just Switched on Encryption for a Billion People appeared first on WIRED.
Medium Takes Aim at WordPress With a New Way to Power Websites
In Medium founder Ev Williams’ version of the future, it will no longer make sense for publications to publish directly to the web at all. The post Medium Takes Aim at WordPress With a New Way to Power Websites appeared first on WIRED.
Triple Play: GitHub’s Code Now Lives in Three Places at Once
Github is now storing projects using a new system called DGit, short for distributed Git, to ensure projects sit in many places, not just one. The post Triple Play: GitHub's Code Now Lives in Three Places at Once appeared first on WIRED.
Facebook’s AI Is Now Automatically Writing Photo Captions
Facebook is now using artificial intelligence to automatically generate captions for photos in the News Feed of people who can't see them. The post Facebook's AI Is Now Automatically Writing Photo Captions appeared first on WIRED.
Yahoo Is Now Streaming Live MLB Games, for Free
Take me out to the ball game—on Yahoo. The post Yahoo Is Now Streaming Live MLB Games, for Free appeared first on WIRED.
Search Reveals Who Cares Most About Red Hot Election Issues
It's not always who you'd think. The post Search Reveals Who Cares Most About Red Hot Election Issues appeared first on WIRED.
The Army Wants You to Make Its Soldiers Pocket-Sized Drones
The Army wants pocket-sized drones that soldiers can use in battle zones to help them avoid ambushes. And it's wondering if you can make them. The post The Army Wants You to Make Its Soldiers Pocket-Sized Drones appeared first on WIRED.
The AP Finally Realizes It’s 2016, Will Let Us Stop Capitalizing ‘Internet’
It has been decreed. Thank God. The post The AP Finally Realizes It's 2016, Will Let Us Stop Capitalizing 'Internet' appeared first on WIRED.
Bernie Sanders’ Bronx Rally Proves the Power of Live Campaigning
In the age of social media, the personal touch still matters. The post Bernie Sanders' Bronx Rally Proves the Power of Live Campaigning appeared first on WIRED.
Slack Raises $200 Million, Is Now A … Quadricorn?
As bots become the big thing, Slack is about to get a lot bigger. The post Slack Raises $200 Million, Is Now A ... Quadricorn? appeared first on WIRED.
Google’s Alphabet Transition Has Been Tougher Than A-B-C
Six months ago, Google's grand experiment in corporate restructuring became official. But making big bets pay isn't always easy. The post Google's Alphabet Transition Has Been Tougher Than A-B-C appeared first on WIRED.
Microsoft Delights Devs By Freeing Its Xamarin Coding Tools
When a tech giant buys a company that makes software you like, it's hard not be nervous. But Microsoft has made the right move with its latest acquisition. The post Microsoft Delights Devs By Freeing Its Xamarin Coding Tools appeared first on WIRED.
The GOP Launches a Handy Site to Explain Its … Complicated Convention Situation
It all seems so simple. Just wait. The post The GOP Launches a Handy Site to Explain Its ... Complicated Convention Situation appeared first on WIRED.
A Year After the Ellen Pao Verdict, Tech Still Gets Diversity Wrong
The Pao trial should have been the catalyst to difficult conversations on the everyday, on-the-ground stuff at work that involves real people. The post A Year After the Ellen Pao Verdict, Tech Still Gets Diversity Wrong appeared first on WIRED.
Video Is Turning Amazon Into Much, Much More Than the Everything Store
What seemingly started as a way to get people to sign up for two-day shipping has turned into a major force in the world of entertainment. The post Video Is Turning Amazon Into Much, Much More Than the Everything Store appeared first on WIRED.
Millennials for Hillary Have a Plan to Prove They Exist
With more than two months of primary season still to go, Clinton's young supporters are taking a digital stand. The post Millennials for Hillary Have a Plan to Prove They Exist appeared first on WIRED.
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