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Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing Objectivity


Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing Objectivity

As it becomes easier for anyone to build their own audience online, it becomes harder for those audience members to separate fact from fiction. The post Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing Objectivity appeared first on WIRED.

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Devialet’s $3,000 Speaker Destroys Worlds With 4,500 Watts of Loud


Devialet’s $3,000 Speaker Destroys Worlds With 4,500 Watts of Loud

The French high-end audio company is releasing an even-higher-end speaker at the top of its Phantom line. The post Devialet’s $3,000 Speaker Destroys Worlds With 4,500 Watts of Loud appeared first on WIRED.

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Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You’ve Ever Seen


Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You’ve Ever Seen

The robot revolution is coming to your living room, and it’s adorable. The post Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You’ve Ever Seen appeared first on WIRED.

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Twitter’s New Stickers Are Snapchat Filters, But for Tweets


Twitter’s New Stickers Are Snapchat Filters, But for Tweets

Making your tweets more fun one Deal With It pair of sunglasses at a time. The post Twitter’s New Stickers Are Snapchat Filters, But for Tweets appeared first on WIRED.

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The Remarkable Tech Bringing the Deaf and Hearing Worlds Together


The Remarkable Tech Bringing the Deaf and Hearing Worlds Together

Mozzeria makes the finest Neopolitan pizza in San Francisco. It’s also entirely deaf-owned and operated. Not that hearing people would know when they call. The post The Remarkable Tech Bringing the Deaf and Hearing Worlds Together appeared first on WIRED.

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Microsoft Says It’s in Love With Linux. Now It’s Finally Proving It


Microsoft Says It’s in Love With Linux. Now It’s Finally Proving It

Today, the company released .NET Core 1.0, a version of its popular software development platform that will run not just on Windows operating systems. The post Microsoft Says It’s in Love With Linux. Now It’s Finally Proving It appeared first on WIRED.

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An MIT Algorithm Predicts the Future by Watching TV


An MIT Algorithm Predicts the Future by Watching TV

Using neural networks and shows like “The Office” and “Big Bang Theory,” CSAIL’s system was able to predict how actors were about to greet each other. The post An MIT Algorithm Predicts the Future by Watching TV appeared first on WIRED.

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This Is One Seriously Cool Garage-Door Opener. Seriously.


This Is One Seriously Cool Garage-Door Opener. Seriously.

The Ryobi Ultra-Quiet Garage Door Opener lets you add a Bluetooth speaker, some lasers, and a battery pack to its modular base unit. The post This Is One Seriously Cool Garage-Door Opener. Seriously. appeared first on WIRED.

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Brexit Is Sending Markets Diving. Twitter Could Be Making It Worse


Brexit Is Sending Markets Diving. Twitter Could Be Making It Worse

Markets blip, social media screams, investors get spooked, and the cycle continues. The post Brexit Is Sending Markets Diving. Twitter Could Be Making It Worse appeared first on WIRED.

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How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen


How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen

Members of Congress livestreamed nearly every minute of their historic 26-hour sit-in. This is how government works now. The post How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen appeared first on WIRED.

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