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Showing posts with label Wired. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wired. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

The Kia EV6 GT Swaps Range for Speed, Sadly

We loved the vanilla EV6 with the best charging tech around. But this new performance version makes a fundamental mistake.

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This $400 Touchscreen Toaster Is a Waste of Your Dough

This toaster costs a small fortune and doesn’t even toast that well—a bad deal any way you slice it.

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A Minimalist Approach to the Hunt for Dark Matter

In a new experiment, researchers looked for tiny flickers in the fundamental constants of nature.

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How Siestas Might Help Europe Survive Deadly Heat Waves

The snooze is optional. But as climate change intensifies, Northern European countries are seeing the appeal of Spain’s controversial midday break.

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Russia’s War in Ukraine Reveals More Problems in Space

While Roscosmos will likely continue its commitments on the ISS for at least a few more years, it’s not clear what comes next.

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Monday, August 1, 2022

Gig Workers Are Losing Their Hard-Won Rights

A battle between unions and Just Eat France sets a troubling precedent for platform workers.

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There’s a Monkeypox Testing Bottleneck

US testing capacity has ramped up, but the process is ponderous, and not everyone who needs a test is getting one.

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The Age of Brain-Computer Interfaces Is on the Horizon

Synchron has implanted its BCI in a US patient for the first time—bringing it a big step closer to distribution.

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How to Set Medication Reminders on Your Phone

Don’t forget your pills! Here’s how to set alarms, notifications, and reminders on your iPhone or Android smartphone.

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Data Centers Are Facing a Climate Crisis

Companies are racing to cool down their servers as energy prices and temperatures soar. And the worst is yet to come.

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Patton Oswalt on Life, Love, and Catfishing

The actor and comedian breaks down the net-heavy world of his new movie, 'I Love My Dad'.

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Sunday, July 31, 2022

The Samsung QN90B Is the Best TV for Bright Rooms

Rooms with a lot of natural light can make it hard to see some screens, but the QN90B’s mini LEDs make it a lot easier to see.

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Hypergraphs Reveal a Solution to a 50-Year-Old Problem

In 1973, Paul Erdős asked if it was possible to assemble sets of “triples”—three points on a graph—so that they abide by two seemingly incompatible rules.

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All I’ve Worn This Summer Are Technical Jorts

Forget (almost) all other performance clothing and just get this versatile denim.

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VR Still Stinks Because It Doesn’t Smell

Scent is the realest sense. For virtual reality to feel truly immersive, it needs to start stinking it up.

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What to Know About IP Ratings Before Getting Your Phone Wet

Just how resistant is your smartphone to dust and water?

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Apple Just Patched 37 iPhone Security Bugs

Plus: A Google Chrome patch licks the DevilsTongue spyware, Android’s kernel gets a tune-up, and Microsoft fixes 84 flaws.

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Saturday, July 30, 2022

What Is Google Play Pass? Should You Subscribe?

If you're buying games or services for a family, this subscription service is worth a look. We break down the cost, features, and highlights.

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As Waters Warm, Alaska Experiences Salmon Booms and Busts

Chaotic returns leave some communities with an abundance of fish, and others with none.

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There Is Some Good in 'No-Recipe' Cookbooks

Such books offer little guidance and rely on a home cook’s good judgement. Some of these are more successful than others.

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