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Essential background material for helping you understand the worlds of security and government today. The post You Can’t Understand Security Without These Classic Works appeared first on WIRED.

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Wonder if he's more of a Mayfair or Valencia guy. The post President Obama Takes Over the White House’s Instagram appeared first on WIRED.

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The $399 Robin is a different kind of smartphone with a different kind of software. The post Nextbit’s Robin Is Another Pretty Phone—But With Infinite Storage appeared first on WIRED.

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Meet the new face of the NSA. The post NSA Boss: Encrypted Software Needs Government Backdoors appeared first on WIRED.

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Thinner device, better screen. The post The Newest Nest Thermostat Looks (And Sees) Much Better appeared first on WIRED.

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NASA's 'worm' logo was born of a meticulously detailed manual that remains a great example of a graphics system. Two designers hope to reissue it as a hardcover book. The post Inside the Rise and Fall of NASA’s Beloved Worm Logo appeared first on WIRED.

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Haskell is a 25-year-old programming language that isn't all that popular. But Facebook uses it, and that's a sign of things to come. The post Facebook’s New Spam-Killer Hints at the Future of Coding appeared first on WIRED.

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In recent years, more than 20 countries have announced their intent to launch or beef up their offensive cyber capabilities. The result is a burgeoning digital arms race that presents a major threat to the security of our data. The post We’re at Cyberwar: A Global Guide to Nation-State Digital Attacks appeared first on WIRED.

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A well-intentioned arms pact could be a nightmare for legitimate security research. The post An International Arms Pact Could Criminalize Legit Software appeared first on WIRED.

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It's not all child porn and hit men for hire. The post A Guide to the Dark Web’s Lighter Side appeared first on WIRED.

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Google, Amazon, and other tech giants are making moves to end Flash's online reign. But its demise could also mean fewer ad dollars for content-makers. The post The Death of Flash May Not Be Entirely Good for the Web appeared first on WIRED.

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If you wanted to pick the most volcanically hazardous place to live on Earth today, it would be hard to beat Naples, Italy. The post Volcanic Rumbles Mean Magma Might Be Seeping Under Naples appeared first on WIRED.

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The people charged with guarding against intelligence abuses are spectacularly ignorant about technology. The post Spy Agencies Can Run Wild Because Oversight Is Broken appeared first on WIRED.

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Climate change will kill off plenty of species...leaving room for new ones to adapt and thrive. The post Climate Change Means One World’s Death and Another’s Birth appeared first on WIRED.

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Moussouris is on a mission to convince the government that security research is vital to keeping us all safe. The post Katie Moussouris Wants Us to Pay Hackers to Find Our Bugs appeared first on WIRED.

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Ever wondered what stormtroopers do on their days off? The post Imperial Stormtroopers: They’re Just Like Us! appeared first on WIRED.

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You'll have to learn how to do keg stands on your own. The post How to Tap a Keg appeared first on WIRED.

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The 2016 Volt is a far better car than its predecessor, but it’s tough to say if the upgrades will be enough to set it apart. The post Chevy’s New Volt Is Way Better, But Maybe Not Good Enough appeared first on WIRED.

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MTV's new show demonstrates just how far the network is willing to go into full-on Westeros territory. (Answer: very far.) The post The Fantasy Epic On MTV Trailer: The Shannara Chronicles appeared first on WIRED.

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Chloë Grace Moretz is ready to ride the young adult wave. The post The Latest YA Dystopia Trailer: The 5th Wave appeared first on WIRED.

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Google teams up with a pharmaceutical giant and shows it's getting serious about biomedical research. The post Google Life Sciences Makes Diabetes Its First Big Target appeared first on WIRED.

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He transformed modern medicine's understanding of the brain. And he rethought neurology---and his memory---from the inside out. The post The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks appeared first on WIRED.

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New Nintendo 3DS will launch September 25, bundled with two Animal Crossing-themed faceplates and a new game, for $220. The post Finally, The Regular-Size New Nintendo 3DS Comes to America appeared first on WIRED.

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