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At its annual shareholder meeting yesterday, ExxonMobil turned down eight of nine investor proposals to address climate change. The post ExxonMobil: Climate Change Is Real, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ appeared first on WIRED.

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Even in its flatpack form, this furniture uses perspective to convey the height, width, and depth of its "assembled" shape. The post Clever Flat Furniture Folds Into Place Like a Pop-Up Book appeared first on WIRED.

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The BEAM inflatable habitat project will wait another day, as NASA tries to figure out what went wrong. The post The ISS's New Space Module Fails Its First Inflation Attempt appeared first on WIRED.

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Shane Smith interviewed the whistleblower in Moscow and got the details on how to hack into smartphones so they can't be used for surveillance. The post Watch Edward Snowden Teach Vice How to Make a Phone 'Go Black' appeared first on WIRED.

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