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Friday May 14, 2021. 08:38 PM
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
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For his new book Press Reset, journalist Jason Schreier spoke to countless game developers who have had their lives upended by the industry.
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In early experiments, a paralyzed man with implants in his premotor cortex typed 90 characters per minute—by envisioning he was writing by hand.
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Plus: The iPod’s cultural importance, the fate of Loon’s balloons, and the price of an SNL appearance.
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And that's (mostly) a good thing.
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The unlikely success of DuckDuckGo suggests a way to escape surveillance capitalism.
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Anna Kendrick’s rotating spacecraft cleverly uses cables and a counterweight to make artificial gravity. But scaling them would be harder than it looks
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This week, we talk to the author and journalist about his new book on the retail giant and its famous boss.
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Virtual school after a snowstorm is yet another kind of techno-solutionist slush that should be plowed away.
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The home workout app Obé Fitness turns your living room into a high-end fitness boutique.
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Talk is cheap, unless you’re an in-demand content creator for platforms like Clubhouse and its many clones.
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Stopping payments would go a long way to stopping ransomware. But the choice is never quite so easy.
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The spate of cases is a bad bounce—and it might show that lifting mask mandates for the vaxxed won’t be a grand slam.
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Thursday May 13, 2021. 11:06 PM
The so-called Frag Attack vulnerabilities could let hackers steal data or compromise connected gadgets.
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Thousands of would-be investors are joining Discord groups that promise big earnings by manipulating the crypto market.
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But driving millions of gallons of gas around the country is trickier than you might think.
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WIRED will be playing Subnautica: Below Zero and talking about ocean—and space—exploration with scientists from NOAA and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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Some high-end televisions already cost 30 percent more than they did last summer. As the crunch continues, expect more gadget prices to spike.
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According to a new paper, the company’s own research showed that human activity was a contributor, but public statements suggested otherwise.
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This year’s students have been through a lot. Ring in their special milestone with useful gadgets, outdoor gear, subscriptions, and more.
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