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Ellen Pao's attorneys have sought to pick apart Kleiner Perkins' claims that it doesn't discriminate against women. Kleiner's lawyers are trying to pick apart Pao. The post Kleiner Is Putting Ellen Pao’s Personality on Trial appeared first on WIRED.

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The new Popcorn Time is growing at a rate that has likely surpassed the original, and its creators say they’re now working on changes designed to make the service virtually impervious to law enforcement. The post Inside Popcorn Time, the Piracy Party Hollywood Can’t Stop appeared first on WIRED.

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Nintendo going mobile is the beginning of a new era, but you may not like everything that happens from here on out. The post Nintendo’s Big Mobile Move May Upset a Lot of You appeared first on WIRED.

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Zagg has come out with a new, lightweight wireless keyboard for iOS and Android. It folds up into a slim rectangle when you're not using it. The post Review: Zagg Pocket Mobile Keyboard appeared first on WIRED.

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A beacon-based project will help visually impaired folks navigate London Tube stops all on their own. The post Guiding the Blind Through London’s Subway With iBeacons appeared first on WIRED.

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Emily White was supposed to be the grownup at Snapchat, helping its founder the way Sheryl Sandberg helped Mark Zuckerberg. But Even Spiegel has decided he's adult enough. The post Snapchat Doesn’t Think It Needs an Adult Like Facebook Did appeared first on WIRED.

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Christopher Rodgriguez’s Sublime Cultivation is an exploration of the American landscape that proves the point that if you pay attention to your surroundings, however familiar they are, new patterns emerge. The post Wherever You Go, Someone Has Already Been There appeared first on WIRED.

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Over the past weekend, the massive online black market known as Evolution halted withdrawals of bitcoin from its market site, telling users that it was dealing with technical difficulties. Then on Tuesday evening, both its market and user forum went offline, with no opportunity for drug buyers and sellers to pull out the funds they had stored in their Evolution accounts. The result has been a wave of panic that's shaken the online black market economy as much as any of the law enforcement drug busts of the last two years. The post The Dark Web’s Top Drug Market, Evolution, Just Vanished appeared first on WIRED.

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John Maeda has delivered the data to prove it: Design is more integral to good business than ever before. The post Take It From an Expert: Design Is More Important Than Ever appeared first on WIRED.

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More than 11 million people may have had their medical records exposed by hackers who breached Premera Blue Cross over a recent 10-month period. The post Hackers May Have Taken Medical Records From Insurer Premera appeared first on WIRED.

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Facebook is already the place where you spend your time. Now it wants to be where you spend your money. The post You Can Now Send Money on Facebook. What’s in It for Them? appeared first on WIRED.

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Facebook's latest open source project is already winning over the likes of Dropbox and Netflix. The post Open Source Works. Just Ask Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

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So long, random string of letters, characters, and numbers. Hello, well, Windows Hello. The post Microsoft’s Bold Plan to Ditch Passwords in Windows 10 appeared first on WIRED.

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"The new revolution is really about redefining the interior experience," Fisker says. The post The Coolest Thing About This Custom Aston Is Its…Interior appeared first on WIRED.

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The velvet worm uses physics when squirting slime at its prey. The post How the Velvet Worm Pulls Off Its Bizarre Slime Attack appeared first on WIRED.

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With the abundance of comic book movies being made there’s bound to be backlash, but will it be Marvel or DC that pushes us over the edge? The post Who Will Make You Sick of Comic Book Movies, DC or Marvel? appeared first on WIRED.

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Here's one way the Apple Watch could help you live a fuller life: by counting down the seconds until you croak. The post The Apple Watch Face That Counts Down to Your Death appeared first on WIRED.

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Apple may soon join the ranks of CBS, HBO, and DISH Network with the launch of its own web TV service, which would allow viewers to stream live television from select channels, without a cable package. The post Watch Out, Comcast: Apple May Soon Launch a Live TV Service appeared first on WIRED.

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We pulled together the 10 as-yet-unknown bands and performers playing at SXSW that you’ll want to keep an ear out for—and if you’re in Austin, be sure to seek them out. The post Trust Us, These 10 Bands at SXSW Are About to Blow Up appeared first on WIRED.

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An uncovered batch of technical drawings by synth pioneer Bob Moog document the evolution of his famous electric musical instruments. The post Bob Moog’s Beautifully Intricate Drawings of Synth Circuits appeared first on WIRED.

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Nintendo said today that it would team with DeNA, one of Japan's leading mobile game companies, to create games using its popular franchises for mobile devices. The post Nintendo Teams With Japanese Mobile Game Giant to Put Mario on Phones appeared first on WIRED.

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Is the sitcom's sixth season, premiering today on Yahoo, good? Well, sure. But that's not the question we should be asking. The post We Have to Ask: Is Community Really Still Community? appeared first on WIRED.

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Never before have so many aesthetically neglected industries been given branding and packaging makeovers. The post The Best in Small Business Branding From All Over the World appeared first on WIRED.

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You may have heard that you can ‘hypnotize’ large predators like sharks or alligators by rubbing their bellies. There’s some truth behind this. Tonic Immobility is a reflex characterized by a state of immobility and apparent paralysis. This behavior has been reported in a variety of animals, from insects to fish to mammals. Tonic immobility […] The post Can You Hypnotize a Shark? appeared first on WIRED.

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The low, flat, wet state of Florida is being ravaged by hurricanes and sea-level rise. Everyone knows why. But allegedly they're not allowed to say. The post Florida and the Science Who Must Not Be Named appeared first on WIRED.

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