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The ban would have gone into effect Thursday at midnight. But Trump's words got in the way. The post Blocked Immigration Ban Proves Trump's Tweets Will Haunt His Presidency appeared first on WIRED.

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Rolling back the fuel economy regulations will take more than a presidential decree. The post Can Trump Uncork Vehicle Emissions? It Won't Be Easy appeared first on WIRED.

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We found out about a potential exposure of some of our internal data ... so we fixed it. The post WIRED Had a Potential Infosecurity Problem. Here's What We Did About It appeared first on WIRED.

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The Department of Justice pinned a major Yahoo hack on Russia, adding to cyber-tensions between the two companies. The post Russian Spies Helped Hack Yahoo, As If Tensions Weren't High Enough appeared first on WIRED.

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Web-based vulnerabilities in end-to-end messengers demonstrate why it may be safest to stick with the mobile versions of messaging apps. The post WhatsApp Hack Shows That Even Encryption Apps Are Vulnerable in a Browser appeared first on WIRED.

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You hang Samsung's new set on your wall, and it displays works of art when you're not watching TV. The post Samsung's Classy New Gadget Is Half TV, Half Work of Art appeared first on WIRED.

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While surgeons are in total control of current surgery robots, more machines are coming that will automate much of medicine. The post A Robot Ear Surgeon Drills Into the Future of Medicine appeared first on WIRED.

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The inevitable social media fallout when Turkey and the Netherlands fight. The post Hack Brief: High-Profile Twitter Accounts Overrun With Swastikas appeared first on WIRED.

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And if yours does it, talk to them about it. The post Dentists Probably Shouldn't Mock Their Patients on Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

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NASA cut a giant hole in the side of a jumbo jet, and pointed a telescope the size of Hubble through it. Scientists use it to watch the birth of stars. The post Flight Lab: Take a Ride in a 747 That NASA Turned Into a Huge Telescope appeared first on WIRED.

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Weather permitting, SpaceX will launch a satellite into geostationary transfer orbit—and let the Falcon 9 burn up in space. The post Watch as SpaceX Fires Off One of Its Last Expendable Rockets appeared first on WIRED.

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FM reception spotty? Try Spotify instead. The post Review: Tivoli Audio Model One Digital appeared first on WIRED.

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Sophisticated logistics and planning software will ensure the world's freighters navigate the canal quickly and efficiently. The post Fancy Software Brings the Panama Canal Into the 21st Century appeared first on WIRED.

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When the only two choices for would-be jokesters are "bland" and "polarizing," everyone loses—especially comedy. The post Politicians Aren't Funny on Twitter. That's Everyone's Fault appeared first on WIRED.

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Can an LCD TV outshine OLED? It can if it uses quantum dots. The post Samsung's New Quantum Dots Serve Up Some Tasty TV Colors appeared first on WIRED.

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Tech veteran John Maeda released his annual Design In Technology report this week. The post John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code appeared first on WIRED.

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You can't save data on a quantum computer. So a commercial one will need to use vintage tech—ultra dense hard drives, maybe made of DNA or single atoms. The post What if Quantum Computers Used Hard Drives Made of DNA? appeared first on WIRED.

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You could be flying cross-country at better than Mach 1 within a decade. The post Supersonic Planes Are Mounting a Comeback—Without That Earth-Shaking Boom appeared first on WIRED.

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A national program sells flood insurance to millions of Americans—using flood projections that are sometimes decades out of date. The post The Great Lie of American Flood Risk appeared first on WIRED.

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Wayne Tracker? Really? That's the best you could do? The post The Real Problem With Rex Tillerson's Stupid Made-Up Name Is That It's Just Not Stupid Enough appeared first on WIRED.

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