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Wednesday November 7, 2018. 02:58 AM
Americans watched their voting technology break down right in front of their eyes—or on social media—Tuesday, but it's too soon to tell if the problems reached historic proportions.
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Here's how engineers might have deliberately derailed it.
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Tuesday November 6, 2018. 10:54 PM
Voting machines in one polling place had no power cords. The problems follow a big purge of voter rolls by the secretary of state, who is running for governor.
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If Democrats take back the House on Tuesday, it will have been against all odds thanks to gerrymandering that has skewed so heavily toward Republicans.
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Tinder, Ariana Grande, The Rock, and many more are exhorting the masses to cast their ballots.
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AMD and Intel are combining modular pieces of silicon into a single chip, like assembling Lego blocks.
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WIRED is looking out for the biggest stories, the most common hoaxes, and the likeliest sources of confusion as they emerge throughout the day.
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Alphabet's longevity lab Calico trawled through Ancestry's massive genealogy database to study human longevity—and found that DNA matters less than people have long believed.
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Picking the right iPhone has become an increasingly difficult choice, but this breakdown may help.
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The $84,000 luxury sedan can sense an impending crash and adjust its suspension to protect its occupants in under a second.
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Take some simple measurements, add a dash of algebra, and you basically have a way to measure an unknown mass.
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Cities are experimenting with fees for scooter companies desperate to leave their electric mobiles on their sidewalks. And that money could help them keep up with the evolving world of mobility.
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Ninety-four district election officers. Thirteen hundred electoral jurisdictions. Multiple law enforcement agencies. The fight to keep the midterms safe has an unimaginable scope.
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Startups like Swing Left and Crush the Midterms seek to maximize volunteers’ impact. On Election Day, they'll find out if it worked.
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Some call it the entourage effect: THC achieves its full effects only when it rolls with a crew of other compounds.
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Speech on the internet must flow a little less freely if we care about harm or truth.
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Surely we weren't the only ones holding our breath throughout Amazon's new series, right?
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Watch election night coverage live on your desktop, smartphone, or smart TV.
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Despite its resemblance to past MacBooks, Apple’s new ultra-thin laptop has enough improved features to warrant replacing your old one.
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A company called Epik, whose CEO defended Gab, offered domain-hosting services, while Cloudflare continues to protect Gab from denial-of-service attacks.
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