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Recommendation algorithms shape what's trending, what's news, what we watch, read, and buy. They offer particular, imperfect ways of answering many questions— and the ease with which they can be gamed has dangerous repercussions
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“Sleep loss will leak down into every nook and cranny of your physiology ... Sleep is a nonnegotiable biological necessity. It is your life support system.”
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"We’ve been working. We’ve been paying our taxes. We’re good immigrants. We wouldn’t have expected it to happen to us."
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Stephen and Amy Allwine appeared to have a happy relationship. He was an IT technician and church elder. She was a deaconess and ran a dog training business. From the outside, nothing seemed amiss
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Google has started an unusual AI experiment. If you instruct its virtual assistant to “talk like a Legend,” it will speak in a simulacrum of the smooth sound of Grammy-winning crooner . Think you can tell the real Legend from the fake?
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The Samsung Galaxy Fold's problems may not be solved anytime soon. A teardown of the device by phone repair company iFixit shows two big areas of concern. Here's what they are:
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It's official. Rami Malek is the villain in the next James Bond movie. He doesn't have a name yet, but he's a "mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology. So, can we all agree to name his character Mr. Robot and call it a day?
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Seeing tonight? Feel free to read our semi-spoiler-y review.
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An Instagram post that promises to plant one tree for every ten likes is now the fifth most liked post ever on the platform. But will it really help reforest the world? Short answer: No. Reforestation isn’t so easy as liking something on Instagram
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We sat down with the cast of and asked them the 50 most searched Marvel questions. Don't worry, no spoilers here, and here are the steps you can take to make sure you see the movie with fresh eyes:
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WIRED 14h
From President Trump sending thousands of tech workers out of the country to what to expect from (don't worry, no spoilers!), read the news you should know to know today in two minutes or less:
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Failure is baked right into the scientific method: observe, measure, hypothesize, and then test. So why is it so hard to talk about?
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Through Colin Kaepernick, Nike is able to create and sustain real impact, nationally and globally. With the addition of Beyoncé and Donald Glover into its fold, Adidas is gunning for a similar impact: one that is multilevel, innovative, and authentic.
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The 25th James Bond movie still doesn't have a title, but it does officially have a villain: Rami Malek. The film's producer says he's a "mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology."
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The Avengers have existed in a plethora of comics over decades; keeping their ranks straight is tough—even for Avengers. So we asked some of the stars of to answer some of the top questions people Google.
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WIRED 18h
Samsung’s nearly $2,000 Galaxy Fold could still be one of the most creative devices to come to market in recent years. But its screen has been malfunctioning and a closer look at its construction shows a quick fix might not be so easy to engineer.
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The anonymity of the dark web that nurtured Stephen Allwine's crime had given him a sense of omnipotence. He failed to appreciate that this cloak of power didn't follow him to the clear web and the real world.
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