Category : Wired News
Call it the algorithm method: Working with data crunchers at dating sites, we put together 25 tips for writing the perfect profile.
Stefan Karpinski was building software that could simulate wireless networks, and his code was a complete mess. But it wasn’t his fault.
Why the appellate court challenge pitting encrypted email provider Lavabit against the Justice Department is so important? It’s the only publicly documented case where a district judge has ordered an internet company to hand over its SSL key to the U.S. government ? in this case, the FBI.<img width='1' height='1'
We are now living in a history glut; the Internet has muddled the line between past and present. As our past gets closer and closer to the present and the line separating our now from our then dissolves, we’re approaching an odd sort of asymptote.<br
A storm of stars is brewing in the Trifid nebula, as seen in this view from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE. The stellar nursery, where baby stars are bursting into being, is the yellow-and-orange object dominating the picture. Yellow bars in the nebula appear to cut a cavity
In the latest episode of Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy writer Scott Sigler talks about his new virus novel Pandemic.
With every passing year, our discussion of Super Bowl ads takes place online — and advertisers are trying to capitalize on that.
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This scene combines images taken by the left-eye camera of the Mast Camera (Mastcam) instrument on NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover during the mid-afternoon, local Mars solar time, of the mission’s 526th Martian day, or sol (Jan. 28, 2014). The sand dune in the upper center of the image spans a