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The app universe and the web are not mutually exclusive. We use the both. Just maybe, the web is more alive than ever. The post Wait! The Web Isn't Dead After All! (Google Made Sure of It) appeared first on WIRED.

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For those who claim the electoral system is rigged, the New York primary provided plenty of fodder. The post All the Ways People Said New York's Primary Was Rigged appeared first on WIRED.

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Nintendo's space-dogfight Wii U game starring fuzzy animals has a confusing control scheme, but is packed in with another game that does it better. The post Star Fox Zero's Confusing Controls Keep It From Flying High appeared first on WIRED.

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This was a very bad idea! The post Welp! Snapchat’s 420 Filter Celebrates Bob Marley With Blackface appeared first on WIRED.

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Montage, a new tool from Google's Jigsaw tech incubator, is designed to help excavate, map, tag and sort YouTube evidence from conflict zones and protests. The post Google's New YouTube Analysis App Crowdsources War Reporting appeared first on WIRED.

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Your next TV will be a 4K set, but do your eyeballs a favor and splurge on one that can also handle high-dynamic-range content. The post Sony's New 4K HDR Television Is a Set to Stun appeared first on WIRED.

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PillDrill is a simple device that won't let you forget to take your medication. The post Handy Gizmo Tracks Your Gestures to Remind You to Take Meds appeared first on WIRED.

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Novo Nordisk's liraglutide works double duty—but should you even take the drug at all? The post Diabetes Drug That Also Treats Obesity Could Make Billions appeared first on WIRED.

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Viber flips on default end-to-end decryption, and there's nothing Congress can do about it. The post 700 Million People Just Got Encryption That Congress Can't Touch appeared first on WIRED.

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Step aside, Martha Stewart: It's time to get your closet and piles of paper organized! Computer science can help. The post Computer Science Reveals Exactly How To Organize Your Closet appeared first on WIRED.

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There are thousands of strains of weed. Cracking their genetic codes may be the key to transforming pot from a budding business to a high-flying industry. The post A New Crop of Marijuana Geneticists Sets Out to Build Better Weed appeared first on WIRED.

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Isn't every day a weed celebration now? The post Marijuana Memo: Seriously, Guys. Do We Even Need 420 Anymore? appeared first on WIRED.

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Given the reach and influence of Gray’s Anatomy, Richard Tibbits and his colleagues are arguably the preeminent medical illustrators of our time. The post The Man Behind the Unexpected Beauty of Gray's Anatomy appeared first on WIRED.

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"They’re nuns that smoke weed. It’s a very unique version of an already unique thing." The post Holy Moses These Fake Nuns Totally Grow Weed appeared first on WIRED.

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Doppler's Here aren't your next headphones, but they're a hell of a party trick. The post Magical Earbuds Let You Tune In and Out of the World Around You appeared first on WIRED.

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Penrose Studios' new VR film uses positional tracking and intricate design to create a virtual world you won't want to leave. The post The Stunning Allumette Is the First VR Film Masterpiece appeared first on WIRED.

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Jessi Hempel visits Magic Leap to interview founder Rony Abovitz The post I Went Inside Magic Leap's Mysterious HQ. Here's What I Saw appeared first on WIRED.

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Toys and kits that are designed to teach kids hacking and basic programming skills abound, and they cater to a range of ages and skill levels. The post Check Out These Clever Kits for Teaching Your Kids to Hack Electronics appeared first on WIRED.

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Looking to celebrate 4/20? We've got all the apps you need to make this the best 24 hours of the year. The post All the Apps You Need to Make This 420 the Best 420 EVAR appeared first on WIRED.

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Clear your calendar—you’ll be watching every movie you love all over again. The post How to Set Up Your Surround Sound System appeared first on WIRED.

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The latest coffee-table candy bars control more than just Fargo binges. The post These Extra-Smart Remotes Are the Ultimate in Clickbait appeared first on WIRED.

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Whatever you think of the cloud moniker, this market is real, and Intel dominates it. The post Intel Can't Win Mobile, But It Owns the Cloud—For Now appeared first on WIRED.

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Theranos made a lot of promises about its tech. Not all of them have come true, which has brought federal investigators a-knocking. The post Theranos Is Under Investigation for Fraud, Which Is Weird for a Private Company appeared first on WIRED.

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Supergiant Games, known for Transistor and Bastion, released a trailer today for Pyre, a role-playing game about a band of exiles coming out next year. The post Transistor Dev Announces Moody New Game, Pyre appeared first on WIRED.

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The Weezer frontman explains the inspiration and production process behind "Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori" from the band's 10th album. The post Song Exploder: Rivers Cuomo's Secret Songwriting Weapon? Spreadsheets appeared first on WIRED.

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