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Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: A One-Stop Guide to Zero-Day Exploits appeared first on WIRED.

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Space photos of the week, March 5 — March 11, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: A Hypergiant Star Gets Too Big for Its Britches appeared first on WIRED.

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Oppose net neutrality? Imagine a world where Comcast slows Fox News to a pixelated crawl while boosting Rachel Maddow—who stars on Comcast-owned MSNBC. The post If Trump Fans Love Freedom, They Should Love Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.

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The latest project from Google's AI lab depends less on trendy ideas than an apparent desire to solve a real problem in the real world. The post Google DeepMind's Untrendy Play to Make the Blockchain Actually Useful appeared first on WIRED.

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It features built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, making it just the thing for DIY IoT The post The New Raspberry Pi Zero W Is Your Key to the Hackable Future appeared first on WIRED.

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If a judge blocks Uber from using allegedly stolen autonomous driving tech, it could devastate the transportation company. The post Google Tries to Run Uber Off the Road—in Court appeared first on WIRED.

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We're proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to WIRED.com. The post You Ain't Paleo if You Don't Eat Bark, Plus the Week's Other Revelations appeared first on WIRED.

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WIRED's security editor Brian Barrett joins Michael Calore to talk about the Vault 7 revelations. The post Be Seeing You appeared first on WIRED.

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Our podcast miniseries goes behind the scenes of BBC America's awesome nature show, Planet Earth II. The post Life Among a Billion Locusts appeared first on WIRED.

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Their schools may not have caught up yet, but these biologists are embracing the era of big data. The post Want to Make It as a Biologist? Better Learn to Code appeared first on WIRED.

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In her latest, Kristen Stewart perfectly captures the mental stress of one-sided communication. The post Finally, a Movie That Nails the Anxiety You Feel Texting appeared first on WIRED.

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This tiny camera demonstrates the DSLR giant can make a very capable higher-end mirrorless. The post Review: Canon EOS M5 appeared first on WIRED.

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Stick with it and you'll be a whiz in no time. The post No Good at Emoji? Don't Give Up appeared first on WIRED.

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Opinion: Journalists, and their bosses, must embrace encryption to protect themselves and their sources. The post Time for Journalists to Encrypt Everything appeared first on WIRED.

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Self-aware jokes? Female heroics? Tropes? Buffy was slaying all of that two decades ago. The post 20 Years Later, the World Needs Buffy the Vampire Slayer More Than Ever appeared first on WIRED.

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Most of the time, if you want to send a serious satellite to space, you commission a one-off instrument. But this company is creating a universal prototype. The post Upending the Space Biz With Satellites for You and You and You appeared first on WIRED.

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Yes, the intelligence community crowdsources, too. The post Intellipedia Is Wikipedia for Spies, But Could Have Been So Much More appeared first on WIRED.

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Your daily life doesn't disappear just because ICE has detained you in a raid. A new app lets you get the word out when every second matters. The post A Portable Panic Button for Immigrants Swept Up in Raids appeared first on WIRED.

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Film Map is a street map of Los Angeles labeled with the titles of more than 900 films. The post Mesmerizing Map Renames LA Streets After Your Favorite Films appeared first on WIRED.

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The only multi-track recording of the Fab Four's mid-'60s Hollywood Bowl shows is marred by screaming fans. James Clarke made it sound better than ever. The post Remastering the One Beatles Live Album Finally Made It Great appeared first on WIRED.

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The glassy stadium could be the deadliest building in the Twin Cities area. The post Vikings Stadium: Reflector of Light, Murderer of Birds appeared first on WIRED.

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Zero Day PT bootcamp gives bank tellers and loan officers the chance to sweat and suffer. The post What Happens When Desk Jockeys Go to Military Boot Camp appeared first on WIRED.

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Yesterday Nevada's legislature held a hearing to discuss a bill that would legalize the chemical dissolution of the dead. The post The Fight to Legalize a Machine That Melts Flesh From Bone appeared first on WIRED.

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The "Pop.Up" concept is a pod that can drive on wheels or fly under propellers. The post Airbus Swears Its Pod/Car/Drone Is a Serious Idea Definitely appeared first on WIRED.

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Steve Case travels the US urging tech's elite to look beyond their coastal enclaves. Now he wants to persuade POTUS that startups will save the economy. The post Hey, Coastal Elites: Don’t Dis 'Flyover Country’—Fund It appeared first on WIRED.

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