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Space photos of the week, June 21–27. The post Space Photos of the Week: Galaxy Cannibalism appeared first on WIRED.

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The "Geek's Guide to the Galaxy" panel discusses the cancellation of NBC's show about Hannibal Lecter. The post Hannibal Is Dead, and It’s All NBC’s Fault appeared first on WIRED.

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A human talks to a machine. And things get deep. The post Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning of Life appeared first on WIRED.

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On this week's episode, we talk about curation and algorithms in digital publishing. The post It’s Humans vs. Machines in This Week’s Webmonkey Podcast appeared first on WIRED.

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NBA MVP Andre Iguodala stopped by WIRED to talk about the technology and sports science that helped fuel the Warriors' historic season. The post The Warriors’ Andre Iguodala on How Tech Helped Him Win appeared first on WIRED.

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Last night's episode was both a flashback to Hannibal and Will's cat-and-mouse game and a roundup of everyone who suffered in Hannibal's home last season. The post Hannibal GIF and a Graf: A Mercy Killing appeared first on WIRED.

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For our 150th episode spectacular, we at the Game|Life Podcast will now discuss the announcements and aftermath of the E3 Expo. The post Game|Life Podcast: The Post-E3 Debriefings Show appeared first on WIRED.

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Medical and scientific research has a lot wrong with it---so who can you really trust? The truth is out there; here's where to start looking for it. The post Science Fraud Getting You Down? Here’s Who You Can Trust appeared first on WIRED.

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In this episode of the 'Song Exploder' podcast, Will Butler of Arcade Fire talks about how he creates music. The post Arcade Fire’s Will Butler Explains How He Made ‘Anna’ appeared first on WIRED.

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In recent years, the giants of Silicon Valley have played an important role in amplifying the call for marriage equality. The post Thank You, Silicon Valley, for Helping Make Marriage Equality Happen appeared first on WIRED.

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For millennia, the larvae of the tortoise beetles have been warding off attackers with a singular weapon: a solidified pile of poo on their backs. The post Absurd Creature of the Week: This Beetle Uses Its Poop as a Shield or Sword appeared first on WIRED.

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Here's how director Jennifer Phang made her sci-fi "anti-cynicism movie." The post Advantageous: A Dystopian Film That’s Packed With Hope appeared first on WIRED.

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On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a right for all citizens in the United States. We look back at the history of the rainbow flag that has been the emblem of this civil-rights movement. The post Here’s Where the Rainbow Flag Came From appeared first on WIRED.

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If you're driving to the top of Pikes Peak in Colorado, it might behoove you to get an electric car. The post Electrics Are Your Best Bet on This Brutal Mountain Track appeared first on WIRED.

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A newly released document from the FBI sheds a little more light on the government’s controversial policy around the use of zero-day exploits. Though there is still much we don’t know, the question of when the secretive policy was put into place is finally answered: February, 2010. It wasn’t until last year that the government […] The post Turns Out the US Launched Its Zero-Day Policy in Feb 2010 appeared first on WIRED.

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This week, Lexus debuted a teaser video of what looks like a hoverboard. Well, it's real. And here's how it works. The post How That Lexus Hoverboard Actually Works appeared first on WIRED.

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One major drain on the American economy is the sheer glut of consumer debt. In China, it's the opposite. The post Techies Are Trying to Get Chinese Consumers to Rack Up Debt appeared first on WIRED.

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A designer and photographer create a paper world that would make Wes Anderson jealous. The post Two Guys Explore Space Using Their Imaginations—And Paper appeared first on WIRED.

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Texting is easy, familiar, and ubiquitous, so it makes sense that it could become the main channel of communication. The post The Future of UI Design? Old-School Text Messages appeared first on WIRED.

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Lots of inventions come not from focused, dedicated research, but the serendipitous application of tech developed for some other purpose---often a space-going one. The post Space Tech Makes Everything Better, Even Wind Farms appeared first on WIRED.

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Making beer is messy, confusing, and often-riddled with errors. But it doesn't have to be. The post The Zymatic Turns the Art of Microbrewing Into a Science appeared first on WIRED.

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"Batkid Begins" resists and fights back against cynicism again and again. The post Batkid Begins Will Win Over Even the Biggest Cynic appeared first on WIRED.

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A conversation with Yoko Taro on the surprise followup to his very, very weird 2010 game "Nier." The post A Masked Master of Weird Gaming Plots His Next Adventure appeared first on WIRED.

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When it comes to the Supreme Court, paper hand-offs still reign. The post Why Supreme Court Interns Still Sprint to Deliver News appeared first on WIRED.

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In France, Uber has come up against a culture of resistance that doesn't share Silicon Valley's faith in the value of disruption. The post Paris Cabbies Show Their Dislike of Uber With Burning Tires appeared first on WIRED.

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