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Siphon or vacuum coffee machines have been around for almost 200 years, but KitchenAid's new model may take them mainstream. The post Gorgeous Coffee Maker Takes Siphon Brewing Mainstream appeared first on WIRED.

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Final Fantasy XV is finally here! Just kidding! Actually, Square Enix has finally released a demo version of its long-in-the-making RPG for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The post Dissecting the Hotly Anticipated Final Fantasy XV Demo appeared first on WIRED.

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Every innovation carries within it the seed of annihilation. I don’t mean this in the Christensenian sense of disruption, in which agile newcomers unseat sclerotic incumbents who probably had it coming. I mean that often the very kernel of invention is inseparable from the urge toward destruction. Manifest destiny. The Manhattan Project. Eros and thanatos. […] The post TED In the Age of Anxiety appeared first on WIRED.

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Three-wheeled cars never quite caught on, even if automakers have been building them as long as they’ve been building cars. Every once in awhile, though, someone thinks they’ve figured out how to make them work. The latest attempt comes from Elio Motors, which has a wee little thing that costs $6,800 and gets 84 mpg. […] The post New Rules Could Make Three-Wheeled Cars Actually Safe appeared first on WIRED.

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Those spackled galaxies are actually kitchen ingredients like olive oil and cinnamon, sprinkled across a scanner. The post Luscious Space Photos Made by Hacking an Old Scanner appeared first on WIRED.

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Moore’s Law, which holds that processor advancement is derived from transistor scaling, is commonly believed to be dying as semiconductor design bumps up against the limits of physics. It’s debatable whether this is indeed true, but one thing is certain: Major computing shifts such as big data and cloud are placing heavy new demands on computing systems, […] The post 10 Ways the World’s First Open Server Architecture Is Disruptive appeared first on WIRED.

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It has been 70 years since the last eruption of Vesuvius in Italy, but even in silence it is still one of the most dangerous volcanoes on Earth. The post 70 Years of Silence from Italy’s Vesuvius appeared first on WIRED.

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Some weeks our music video roundup can be pretty heavy, but this time around we're out to get you movin’ like Michelle Obama. The post Ninja Clone Armies Do Battle in This Week’s Best Videos appeared first on WIRED.

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Google's announcing a partnership with Intel and Tag Heuer, promising that together the companies will launch a luxury Android Wear watch in 2015. The post Google Is Making a Luxury Watch With Tag Heuer and Intel appeared first on WIRED.

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FundBox helps businesses get paid in advance for the work they've already done. The post Startup Raises $40M to Keep Small Businesses’ Cash Flowing appeared first on WIRED.

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Silvie De Burie methodically photographs tiny sections of coral reef a couple centimeters big, and has made them into a stunning series of underwater photos called My Life Aquatic, filled with blindingly bright colors and engrossing geometric patterns. The post Vivid Close-Ups Reveal the Intricate Beauty of Coral Reefs appeared first on WIRED.

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Apple's new haptic trackpad suggests a future in which we won't just see interfaces but feel them, too. The post Apple’s Haptic Tech Makes Way for Tomorrow’s Touchable UIs appeared first on WIRED.

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Despite a code of transparency and trust, companies like Uber aren't encouraging honest feedback, so all experiences are five-star. This is an alarming notion. The post The Big Hidden Problem With Uber? Insincere 5-Star Ratings appeared first on WIRED.

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Kleiner Perkins might be best known for its wise investments in Google and Amazon. But these days it's getting more attention for who said what about the Playboy mansion on a private plane The post Kleiner Keeps Trying To Butcher Pao’s Claims appeared first on WIRED.

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Internet TV's big turning point–the time when we can finally cut the cord–is almost here as cable runs out of reasons to be. The post Internet TV’s Big Chance to Oust Cable Is Almost Here appeared first on WIRED.

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TouchTone lets you solve puzzles and snoop on emails, like an NSA worker. The post Become an NSA Spook in This iPhone Puzzle Game appeared first on WIRED.

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The ick factor isn't the only thing keeping grasshoppers from being a viable food in North America. The real problem is learning to farm them. The post We’ll All Eat Grasshoppers—Once We Know How to Raise Them appeared first on WIRED.

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The makers of MusicGlove say their wearable device can help stroke patients regain their fine motor skills. The post Musical Glove Helps Stroke Patients Use Their Hands Again appeared first on WIRED.

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This article is not about Nick Bilton. This article is about science, and how conspiracy-miners like Bilton misrepresent science to manufacture support for controversial ideas. The post The Times’ Attack on Wearables Is Really an Attack on Science appeared first on WIRED.

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Do you feel it? That chill in the air? If you don't, you should. War is coming to Westeros and everyone knows it. The post New Game of Thrones Clips Tease the ‘War to Come’ appeared first on WIRED.

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Want to know what it feels like to be committed to an insane asylum and medicated against your will? There's a VR experience for that. The post 6 Things You Should Know About the VR Horror Film Catatonic appeared first on WIRED.

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Windows 10 upgrades will be free for anyone using Windows 7 or better, even if you didn't pay for it. The post Windows 10 Upgrades Will Be Free, Even for Pirates. No Joke appeared first on WIRED.

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When anyone tries to tell you something in a biological system has a single cause....beware. The post Pesticides and Bees: It’s complex. appeared first on WIRED.

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A former Facebook employee is suing the social networking giant for gender discrimination---and she's using the same lawyers as Ellen Pao. The post Facebook Sued for Sexism by Ex-Worker Repped by Pao Lawyers appeared first on WIRED.

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This engineer-turned-musician's magic mushrooms will make you trip. But you don't have to eat these fungi to get their mesmerizing effects. The post Dude, You Can Draw Magic Mushrooms With an Oscilloscope appeared first on WIRED.

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