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16.04.21 11:00 What Octopus Dreams Tell Us About the Evolution of Sleep

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Psychology and Neuroscience, psychology and neuroscience, sleep, dreams, Washington, University, Technology, Institute, Ribeiro’s

Understanding how other animals dream could help us figure out why it’s so important to the human brain, and why it may have been preserved throughout history.

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16.04.21 11:00 Come Cry With Us on Gadget Lab’s 500th Episode Extravaganza

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Gadget Lab Podcast, gear, gadget lab podcast, podcasts, LaurenGoode, Arielle’s, GadgetLab, Lauren’s, Pierce’s

This week, we mark a major milestone by inviting our podcast’s past co-hosts to share their memories of working on the show. It’s equal parts lulz and tears.

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16.04.21 11:00 Cord-Cutting Isn't About Saving Money. It's About Control

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / How To and Advice, gear, how to and advice, streaming, TVEverywhere, SiliconDust, HDHomerun’s, Goodfriend, Discovery+

Making the switch to streaming used to be a way to pay only for what you watched. Those days are long gone.

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15.04.21 19:26 Pausing the J&J Vaccine Was Easy. Unpausing Will Be Hard

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Health, science, health, covid-19, Thrombocytopenia, Vaccine-induced, Communication, Translational, Covid-related

Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine was supposed to be the uncomplicated one. But even with new data, getting people to trust it again will be tricky.\

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15.04.21 19:21 US Sanctions on Russia Rewrite Cyberespionage's Rules

Schlagwörter: Security, Security / National Security, security, national security, russia, Alperovitch, CrowdStrike, Accelerator, SolarWinds, Department

The US has sent a loud message to Moscow—though what it's saying isn’t exactly clear.

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15.04.21 13:00 Google Earth Now Shows You Our Planet’s Slow Deterioration

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Trends, gear, trends, google, Communication, Geological, Commission, Copernicus, European

A new time-lapse video feature in Google Earth lets users see how humans have reshaped the globe over the decades.

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15.04.21 13:00 DJI's New Drone Makes Aerial Cinematography a Breeze

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Cameras, gear, reviews, MasterShots, Assistance, Advanced, Despite, Putting

A better image sensor and more AI-powered video smarts make the Air 2S one of the best drones you can buy.

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15.04.21 12:00 How to Use Smart Lighting to Transform Your Kid’s Bedroom

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / How To and Advice, Gear / Products / Smart Home, gear, how to and advice, Internet-connected, Bluetooth, Soundcore, Speakers, Recessed

Is your child scared of the dark? These tech tips can help vanquish the monsters in the closet—or create good vibes for teens.

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15.04.21 12:00 Sorry, but ‘I Missed the Meeting’ Is No Longer an Excuse

Schlagwörter: Ideas, ideas, voice recognition, artificial intelligence, productivity, White-collar, Corporations, Intriguingly, Kanter—the, Electronic

AI audio transcription is getting smarter—and it's taking notes on your work meetings.

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15.04.21 12:00 Respawn’s Apex Legends Is Just Getting Started

Schlagwörter: Culture, Culture / Video Games, culture, video games, gaming news, Twenty-fourteen’s, Entertainment, PlayerUnknown, Anthem—which, Assimilation

From a surprise launch to a diverse cast, the Titanfall developer's live service game has a lot going for it, and even more coming.

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15.04.21 11:00 This Coffee Brewer Uses a Vacuum to Make a Delicious Cup

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Kitchen, gear, reviews, USB-rechargeable, Guatemalan, Fahrenheit, AeroPress, Colombian

This innovative brewer uses a vacuum pump to filter your coffee, resulting in a cleaner, less bitter cup.

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15.04.21 11:00 The Humble Shrub That’s Predicting a Terrible Fire Season

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Environment, science, environment, wildfires, Mediterranean, California’s, Californians, University’s, Technically

Chamise may not look (or smell) like much, but it's actually a kind of crystal ball for understanding how badly California might burn.

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14.04.21 22:56 The Biggest Security Threats to the US Are the Hardest to Define

Schlagwörter: Security, Security / National Security, security, national security, nsa, Authoritarian, Complicating, Afghanistan, SolarWinds, Wednesday

In a Senate briefing, the heads of the major intelligence agencies warned the public about dangers that offer no easy solutions.

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14.04.21 21:41 The FBI Takes a Drastic Step to Fight China’s Hacking Spree

Schlagwörter: Security, Security / Cyberattacks and Hacks, security, cyberattacks and hacks, malware, Opportunistic, Department, Georgetown, SolarWinds, Microsoft

The agency's approach to protecting vulnerable victims of the recent Hafnium attack manages to be at once controversial and refreshingly restrained.

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14.04.21 18:49 Help! Am I Oversharing With My Colleagues?

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Tech Culture, business, tech culture, ooo, California, WIRED.com, Sneaking, Knowing, Never

How does a manager strike the balance between honesty and spilling too many secrets?

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14.04.21 17:30 This WIRED-Approved Heated Massage Gun Is on Sale Now

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Deals, gear, deals, shopping, Percussive, Fahrenheit, Theragun, SKG40SKG, Whether

The SKG F5 is a much more affordable Theragun alternative, and it even adds heat to help relax your tight muscles. It's 40 percent off.

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14.04.21 14:00 These Are the 9 Android Phones Worth Buying

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Buying Guides, Gear / Products / Phones, shopping, buying guides, August–September, Subscriptions, Alternative, Recommends, Snapdragon

Shopping for a new phone can be an ordeal. Let us take some of the pain out of it with these picks and tips.

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14.04.21 13:00 Choices Was the Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Escape I Needed

Schlagwörter: Culture, Culture / Video Games, culture, video games, gaming culture, Ride-or-Die, Philippines, Pixelberry, Bloodbound, Allyrianne

In the mobile game, I could be anyone I wanted—and my decisions reflected the bolder, braver person I aspired to be.

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14.04.21 13:00 Tonal's Home Gym Is Made for Folks Who Want to Get Ripped

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Health and Fitness, gear, reviews, Bluetooth-enabled, Gym—dedicated, Eccentric, Theragun, CrossFit

In a market dominated by home cardio workout machines, Tonal concentrates on strength-building and muscle toning.

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14.04.21 12:00 Will Future Electric Vehicles Be Powered by Deep-Sea Metals?

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Environment, science, environment, mining, Clarion-Clipperton, International, UN-affiliated, Canada-based, MiningImpact

Mining companies and marine scientists want to know whether harvesting blobs of useful materials from the seafloor harms ocean life.

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14.04.21 12:00 Brompton’s Folding Ebike Is Stylish but Sluggish

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Outdoor, gear, reviews, Unfortunately, Brompton’s, Brompton, H-shaped, Williams

The weak, inefficient electric assist on the company’s classic and compact bike is just dead weight.

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14.04.21 12:00 Who Let the Doge Out? The Cryptocurrency Is As Nutty As Ever

Schlagwörter: Ideas, ideas, cryptocurrency, bitcoin, memes, Johnny-come-lately, Dogefluencers, Rockefeller, Twitter—the, BlockClocks

The much wow Dogecoin has had its notable influencers—including, for a brief moment, me.

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14.04.21 12:00 Coinbase Makes Its Debut—and Bitcoin Arrives on Wall Street

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, business, blockchain and cryptocurrency, bitcoin, Prize–winning, Bloomberg’s, Physicists, Coinbase’s, Weisenthal

The largest cryptocurrency exchange goes public through a direct listing, and it could make a bigger debut than Facebook.

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14.04.21 11:00 The Sonos Roam Is a Fun-Sized Speaker That Boasts Bold Sound

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Speakers, gear, reviews, Qi-certified, Bluetooth, Automatic, Assistant, Yosemite

This super-portable gadget is easy to use, supports Alexa or Google Assistant, and works flawlessly at home or anywhere else.

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14.04.21 11:00 5 New Family-Friendly Movies and 1 Actually Good One

Schlagwörter: Culture, Culture / Movies, culture, movies, animation, Farmageddon-style, Farmageddon, Stop-motion, Wolfwalkers, Excessively

This year’s Oscar-nominated animated films have a uniformly safe, childish approach to death. But The Willoughbys—not nominated—will mess you up.

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14.04.21 11:00 Did This Scorching-Hot Planet Lose—and Regain—an Atmosphere?

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Space, science, space, nasa, H₂[hydrogen]-dominated, Astronomical, Northwestern, Propulsion, Laboratory

A veritable hellscape of an exoplanet is challenging researchers’ assumptions about what types of worlds host atmospheres.

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14.04.21 11:00 Is Silicon Valley Dead? Not According to Venture Dollars

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Startups, business, startups, venture capital, Angeles—combined, California-based, Michigan—many, Property-tech, California’s

In a record quarter for VC funding, California still takes the cake—further evidence that reports of the region’s demise are greatly exaggerated.

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13.04.21 17:59 16 Mother's Day Gift Ideas for the Mom You've Been Missing

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Buying Guides, shopping, mother's day, buying guides, Subscriptions, Paperwhite, Gilbertson, WIRED.com, Bluetooth

Brunch may still be out of the question, but you can send your ma the best sweatpants ever made.

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13.04.21 13:00 Data Brokers Are a Threat to Democracy

Schlagwörter: Ideas, ideas, wired opinion, privacy, security, Epsilon—tout, Second-City, Strugglers, Indigenous, Department

Unless the federal government steps up, the unchecked middlemen of surveillance capitalism will continue to harm our civil rights and national security.

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13.04.21 13:00 Master & Dynamic Is Having a Big Sale on Audio Gear Now

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Deals, Gear / Products / Headphones, Gear / Products / Speakers, gear, Unfortunately, York–based, Recommends, Bluetooth, Assistant

You can get 25 percent off sitewide through April 19. That includes discounts on some of our favorite headphones, earbuds, and speakers.

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13.04.21 12:00 How Many Homes Could You Power With Free Doughnuts?

Schlagwörter: Science / Physics and Math, Science, physics and math, science, dot physics, Prevention, Americans, According, Covid-19, Suppose

Should you get a COVID vaccine? Yes, it will protect you AND protect others to help us move past this pandemic so we can get back to a more normal life. But wait! If you get vaccinated, you can also get a doughnut! At least that's the deal that Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is offering. Once you get your vaccine, you get a doughnut. Oh, it's not just one doughnut—it's one doughnut every day. That's a lot of doughnuts. OK, so how about some physics estimations to go along with your tasty doughnut?

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13.04.21 12:00 The Most Surprising Gaming Upgrade I've Made? Surround Sound

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / How To and Advice, gear, how to and advice, video games, Atmos-on-headphone, Atmos-enabled, Atmos-capable, Overwatch, Amplifier

New mouse? New monitor? New keyboard? Maybe consider some new speakers, instead.

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13.04.21 12:00 Microsoft Makes a $16 Billion Entry Into Health Care AI

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Artificial Intelligence, AI Hub, AI Hub / Company / Microsoft, AI Hub / End User / Big company, AI Hub / End User / Small company, AI Hub / Sector / Health care, AI Hub / Source D

The company plans to buy Nuance, a speech-recognition firm that grasps the specialized language of medicine—tech that won’t be easy for others to replicate.

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13.04.21 11:00 Plastic Is Falling From the Sky. But Where’s It Coming From?

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Environment, science, environment, plastic, Microplastics—particles, Yellowstone, Oregon—take, America—and, Proceedings

At any given time, 1,100 tons of microplastic are floating over the western US. New modeling shows the surprising sources of the nefarious pollutant.

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13.04.21 11:00 AI Comes to Car Repair, and Body Shop Owners Aren’t Happy

Schlagwörter: Business, AI Hub, Business / Artificial Intelligence, AI Hub / End User / Big company, AI Hub / End User / Consumer, AI Hub / Sector / Consumer services, AI Hub / Sector / Finance, AI Hub / Source Dat

During the pandemic, insurers accelerated the use of automated tools to estimate repair costs. Garage operators say the numbers can be wildly inaccurate.

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13.04.21 11:00 Here’s What It Takes to Fly a Drone on Mount Everest

Schlagwörter: Backchannel, backchannel, book excerpt, longreads, drones, Innovations, Mallory’s, Everest’s, Pakistan, Andrzrej

If you're heading to the top of the iconic mountain to look for a dead man and a 100-year-old camera, you want to start by running some tests on your device.

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13.04.21 11:00 The OnePlus Watch Is Buggy—and That’s Not the Worst of It

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Products / Health and Fitness, Gear / Products / Accessories, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Outdoor, gear, Williamsburg, Watch—yes, Booooring, Manhattan

Inconsistent tracking is just about the worst problem for a fitness tracker. Here, that issue is compounded by myriad other bugs.

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13.04.21 04:01 100M More IoT Devices Are Exposed—and They Won't Be the Last

Schlagwörter: Security, Security / Security News, security, security news, vulnerabilities, Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Essentially, DNS-related, Name:Wreck

The Name:Wreck flaws in TCP/IP are the latest in a series of vulnerabilities with global implications.

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12.04.21 17:00 BMW’s Virtual Factory Uses AI to Hone the Assembly Line

Schlagwörter: Business, AI Hub, Business / Artificial Intelligence, AI Hub / Application / Human-computer interaction, AI Hub / Company / Nvidia, AI Hub / End User / Big company, AI Hub / Sector / Manufacturing, AI

The German automaker uses new software from chipmaker Nvidia to simulate train robots and human workers.

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12.04.21 13:00 The Best Chromebooks for Every Budget

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Buying Guides, Gear / Products / Computers, shopping, laptops, USB-C–to–headphone, TrackPoint—but, Subscriptions, Chromebooks—a, Unfortunately

All in on Google services? Then check out our favorite Chrome OS laptops and 2-in-1 tablets for school, work, or home.

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12.04.21 12:00 Vizio's M-Series Quantum Is Our Favorite TV for Under $500

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Televisions, gear, reviews, Conveniently, PlayStation, Calibrated, Physically, Chromecast

The gorgeous quantum dot display makes Vizio's M-Series the best cheap TV you'll find.

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12.04.21 12:00 Scary Video Games Help Me Cope With My Fears About Reality

Schlagwörter: Culture, Culture / Video Games, culture, video games, web, Everything, Nightmares, University, Mindlight, Simulator

From jump scares to terrifying monsters, games like Amnesia and Little Nightmares prepare me to handle a world filled with anxiety triggers.

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12.04.21 11:00 This AI Could Help Wipe Out Colon Cancer

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Artificial Intelligence, Science, AI Hub, AI Hub / End User / Big company, AI Hub / End User / Research, AI Hub / Sector / Health care, AI Hub / Source Data / Images, AI Hub / Sou

Medtronic's GI Genius, awaiting clearance from the FDA, will help doctors identify precancerous polyps.

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12.04.21 11:00 TikTok Duets Are Reviving the Exquisite Corpse

Schlagwörter: Culture, Culture / Digital Culture, culture, digital culture, tiktok, Extraordinary, Specifically, Mertzlufft’s, Surrealists, Mertzlufft

Dances, duets, and other challenges differ greatly from the work of the Surrealists. But that doesn’t mean they’re not creating a new art form all their own.

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12.04.21 11:00 Antitrust and Privacy Are on a Collision Course

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / National Affairs, business, national affairs, antitrust, Antitrust/Data, Transparency, Commission, Facebook’s, University

Facebook is being sued for weakening data protections. Google is being sued for strengthening them. Can that paradox be resolved?

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12.04.21 11:00 Pandemic Lockdowns Did Cut Air Pollution—but With a Catch

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Environment, science, environment, climate change, Ramatchandirane, Universities, March-to-May, Earthjustice, Sustainable

Studies from all over the globe show short-term improvements in urban air quality, but experts are skeptical about how long they’ll last.

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11.04.21 13:00 New Vaccine Conspiracy Theories Are Going Viral in Arabic

Schlagwörter: Business, Business / Social Media, business, social media, wired uk, Facebook-owned, Sophisticated, CrowdTangle, Arabic—and, Facebook’s

Facebook has been criticized for failing to curb misinformation in English. But little attention has been paid to the scale of the problem in Arabic.

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11.04.21 13:00 The 8 Best Smart Speakers With Alexa or Google Assistant

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Buying Guides, Gear / Products / Speakers, Gear / Products / Smart Home, gear, Assistant-powered, Google-friendly, Amazon-powered, Alexa-powered, Recommends

Chatty assistants from Google, Amazon, and Apple are popular. But which one is right for you?

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11.04.21 12:00 What’s Making You So Gassy? This Gadget Aims to Find Out

Schlagwörter: Gear, Gear / Reviews, Gear / Products / Health and Fitness, gear, reviews, Bluetooth-enabled, Unfortunately, FoodMarble’s, Wensleydale, FoodMarble

The FoodMarble measures the level of hydrogen in your breath, which can tell you which foods are causing your digestion woes.

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11.04.21 12:00 A ‘Last Hope’ Experiment Finds Evidence for Unknown Particles

Schlagwörter: Science, Science / Physics and Math, science, physics and math, quanta magazine, Initiative’s, Pennsylvania, Accelerator, Laboratory, Foundation

Long-awaited news from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 team may resolve a tantalizing conflict between nature and theory. But a separate calculation clouds the picture.

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