Internet-connected smart lights are more affordable than ever and easy to use via remote controls or smartphone apps.Options range from simple bulbs that slot into regular fixtures to smart light strips that can be installed in unlikely spots.
But how much energy can the amphipod store in the material that makes up its claw, and how far can it push that material before it fails?“Well, the answer is, the way to get the most energy out of the material is to break it, like to take it all the way to failure,” says Patek.
Whether you've been thinking about starting a podcast or sharing your epic Mario speed runs with the world, here's the gear you'll need to share your story.We recommend a lot of gear below, but before buy anything, think hard about what it is you want to record or livestream.
In the latest WIRED Autocomplete Interview, she took on a few of them, providing insight on everything from her songwriting process to her role as Miley Cyrus' fairy godmother.And, in other Parton news, she thinks the title of her new album, A Holly Dolly Christmas, is a little hokey.
When Simone Browne wrote her book Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness in 2015, her goal was to position the invention of contemporary surveillance technologies “as not being outside of that of the social and historical formation of slavery.” Browne’s book helped inform our next episode of the Get WIRED podcast: Senior writer Sidney Fussell recently spoke to Brown for a WIRED interview about surveillance in the wake of the George Floyd protests.
Hunting through deals has been one of the few ways the WIRED Gear team has been staying sane during quarantine , specifically finding discounts on tech devices that help us work from home better or sales on home goods that improve our living spaces.
GE : I think what Lauren is really saying is when they make a TV show out of this podcast, Michael, who do you want to play the Michael Calore character?I would love someone to say I look related to Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn.
It did what most tech companies set out to do when they host a big event: Announce shiny new products (Galaxy S20!This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED senior associate editor Julian Chokkattu and WIRED contributor Boone Ashworth join co-host Lauren Goode to chat about all things Samsung and more.
We've highlighted a few of our favorite things at CES that you can buy right now.The Best CES Gadgets You Can Buy Now. These are our favorite picks from the show that are finished enough to actually order!
Now, this custom chip is also being tasked with handling noise cancelation, adaptive sound equalization features, and a “transparency” setting on the new AirPod Pros.
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This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, WIRED’s Emma Grey Ellis joins Mike and Lauren to talk about what the law does, and what it still fails to address. Show Notes: Read Emma’s story about New York’s revenge porn law here .
Robert Mueller visits Congress tomorrow, the most popular vehicle in America is going electric, and the youths are fueling a Snapchat comeback. Don't, however, expect any shattering new details—if we know anything about Robert Mueller, it's that he's probably going to stick pretty close to the book.
That’s what WIRED senior associate editor Arielle Pardes had the chance to ask Samsung’s David Eun this week at the Collision conference in Toronto. Lauren recommends this Ezra Klein podcast episode about work as identity and burnout as a lifestyle.
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Foldable Phones Are Here, Microsoft Emails Got Hacked, and More News. They got in with stolen customer-support credentials, giving them access to things like email addresses in messages, message subject lines, and in some cases, the messages themselves.
Starting Sunday, HBO's Game of Thrones will air the first of six episodes that, to put it bluntly, will have to complete the story of dozens of hours of television spanning eight years. Game of Thrones ' Final Season Might Be .
And survey results are mixed, Arielle tells us on this week’s Gadget Lab podcast: Some men indicate they would be reluctant to use birth control, while others are for it. Also on this week’s pod, Mike, Lauren, and Arielle discuss all of the news announced at Apple’s services-focused event on Monday.
Those are the conversations we’ve been having for the past 15 to 20 years about technology.” But that narrative in tech is evolving, Fake tells WIRED on this week’s Gadget Lab podcast, from one of ideation, optimism, and changing the world to a stark reality in which technology can do as much harm as good.
“We’re developing a big cargo drone,” says Elroy CEO Dave Merrill. As for what goes inside those pods, Merrill points to the potential for moving humanitarian supplies, like food, water, and blood.
The work of the antidiet crowd asks anyone touched by diet culture to entertain the possibility that body weight doesn’t, in itself, cause health issues.
“Machines can actually determine content, determine intent, there’s many more things they can determine about a podcast than they can about a song.”As with the Music Genome Project, humans provide both guidance and a backstop for algorithmic choices.