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Dr. Who and Skyler Team Up to Solve a Small-Town Murder Two of television’s most iconic characters of the last decade – David Tennant’s Dr. Who and Anna Gunn’s Skyler White – have new gigs as an argumentative detective team tasked with solving a small-town murder. They team up on
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Come Learn at USC and WIREDs New Degree Program WIRED is going back to school, and you can come with us. At the first-ever WIRED By Design conference on Wednesday, our editor-in-chief Scott Dadich revealed that WIRED would be realizing a longtime dream to launch a real-world degree program focused on t
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WIRED Space Photo of the Day for October 2014 Follow Space Photo of the Day on Twitter The 2013 WIRED Space Photo of the Day Gallery The 2012 WIRED Space Photo of the Day Gallery For caption information and links to high-resolution images, please use the full-screen version of this gallery. For more
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With Ebola, the Publics Right to Know Trumps Patient Privacy What we know for sure about the confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas, Texas is that it occurred in a man who travelled here from Liberia to visit his family. And that is about it. We need to know a lot more. Privacy is a crucial value in medicine, but in tim
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Cops Are Handing Out Spyware to ParentsWith Zero Oversight Mere days after a government crackdown on a spyware manufacturer comes the startling revelation that law enforcement agencies have been purchasing commercial spyware themselves and handing it out to the public for free. Police departments around the count
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Keys to Controlling Ebola in the US: Travel Records and Infection Control If you’re at all interested in infectious diseases, you’ve probably heard by now that a person traveled to the United States while infected with Ebola, was diagnosed and is now in a hospital in Texas. (I was on a flight without wifi yesterday
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McLaren Offers a Watered-Down Supercar for Buyers in Asia The 625C is a less powerful version of the mid-engine, rear wheel-drive 650S. The post McLaren Offers a Watered-Down Supercar for Buyers in Asia appeared first on WIRED.
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Sensitive Sea Lion Whiskers Get the Job Done You know the classic circus trick of a sea lion balancing a ball on its nose? It turns out whiskers are the key to making it work. In a new study, Alyx Milne and Robyn Grant of Manchester Metropolitan University filmed sea lions to investigate whether the
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New Swarming Drones Appear Just in Time for Looser Rules on Eyes in the Skies Just in time for new US rules allowing drones for movie-making, a Toronto startup is launching a campaign to send swarms of lightweight cameras into the skies. The PlexiDrone is a small quadcopter with a snap-in socket for lifting a variety of pro-sumer d
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Windows 10 Will Run Everywhere. But What Does That Mean? Terry Myerson says Windows 10 will run on “the broadest range of devices ever,” from small “internet of things” gadgets set up in offices and homes, to game consoles, to handheld tablets and phones, to computer servers that drive w
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