Archive for: March, 2014

Glassholes: at least you know who they are

Google Glass Explorer Edition (Credit: Jason Cipriani/CNET) Google Glass has provoked a lot of angst among those worried about the electronic eyewear is rude,

Hey, boss, 12 percent will watch March Madness in meetings

All-important. (Credit: CNN/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) We have come to that time of year when a group of possibly inebriated, supposed experts...

How a selfie with a rapper can improve your Facebook status

The man who helps you get women. (Credit: DJVlad/YouTube; screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) On occasion, I'm forced to disappear to the Wine Country in

Google Play Store offers more control over in-game purchases

(Credit: Google) What? Your kid and her Tiny Zoo Friends are threatening to march off with your life savings by way of ...

Microsoft takes on the ‘free’ OS

HTC 8XT Windows Phone. (Credit: Microsoft) Microsoft is taking baby steps toward offering its operating system for free or on the cheap -- a

Can an audiophile find joy in an under $100 amplifier?

The Dayton Audio DTA-120 (Credit: Parts Express) The Dayton Audio DTA-120 stereo integrated amp isn't very big, but for anyone searching for a decent

Why Google’s price cut made the consumer cloud biz a lot cloudier

(Credit: Sarah Mitroff/CNET) If there was any question that the cloud storage business is a high stakes game, Google erased all doubt this week.

Man Googles himself, discovers he’s on the ‘Most Wanted’ list

All because of a Google search. (Credit: Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) Here are some of the things you can discover when you Google yourself

Facebook makes wrong call on anti-Semitic page

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Credit: James Martin/CNET) For the past several years, Facebook and several other prominent social-media companies have been...

Why a Comcast merger could be good for TWC customers

Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus thinks the $45.2 billion megamerger with Comcast is a win for Time Warner Cable subscribers. Speaking at the

2014 Rabies Clinic At The McKean County SPCA

2014 rabies clinic for dogs and cats. April 19th from 1-3 at the McKean County SPCA, 80 Glenwood Ave Bradford, PA. The cost is $7

One Dead, Two Hurt in Route 446 Crash

A woman is dead after her car collided with a tractor-trailer this morning on Route 446 near the Pennsylvania/New York State line. State police say

Bank Robbery Suspect Nabbed

State police have a arrested a Cattaraugus County man for a bank robbery that happened in 2011. 33-year-old William Delaney of Deleven is ...

Fatal Crash Near PA/NY Line

A woman is dead after her car collided with a tractor-trailer this morning on Route 446 near the Pennsylvania/New York State line. Two other people

SXSW Day 9: This Is the End, Beautiful Friends

WIRED reports live about all the exciting happenings at the ninth day of SXSW in Austin, Texas.

How to Love the Veronica Mars</em> Movie Even if You Never Saw the Show

With Neptune's favorite teen detective heading back to the big (and small) screen, here's a quick guide to Veronica Mars' major players and where we

A USB Drive That Makes Transferring Your Mobile Files Faster &mdash; Kinda

The Leef Bridge 3.0 is a dual-USB flash drive that lets you quickly transfer files from your Android phone or tablet to you PC.

Dead Tourists and a Dangerous Pesticide

Phosphine gas is notoriously lethal (enough so that it was featured recently in a murderous episode of Breaking Bad). The pure ...

Uber Expands Its Insurance for a Future Where Private Cars Are Public Transit

A future in which private vehicles double as public transportation may seem inevitable. But arriving there won't be getting any less

Game|Life Podcast: We Don an Oculus and Scale Game of Thrones'</em> Castle Black

Sometimes even I am surprised at what transpires on the Game|Life podcast.

How the Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet Could Have Been Hijacked

In recent days, several telling snippets of information have emerged that make a hijacking harder to rule out.

Please Stand By While We Make WIRED.com Even More Awesome

For the past several months, we've been rewriting WIRED.com to make it faster, more stable, better able to support the kinds of ambitious projects you

Inside the Crazy Lab Where the Army Spikes Its Rations With Caffeine

A U.S. military-run research center near Boston is coming up with heaps of snack foods?applesauce, beef jerky, energy bars, and nutritious "tube foods," which taste

10,000 free folding microscopes traded for inspiring ideas

(Credit: Prakash Lab/TED) The Foldscope -- a low-cost microscope that can be constructed like origami out of a sheet of paper with components embedded

Valve shows off latest Steam Controller ahead of GDC

Valve's updated Steam Controller design showcasing a home, start, and select button in place of a centralized touch screen that existed prior. (Credit: Valve)

US government begins loosening decades-old grip on the Internet

ICANN CEO Fadi Chehade will get his wish: an opportunity to hand off control of the core of the Internet from the US government

Smells like terrier spirit: ‘First Sniff’ spoofs ‘First Kiss’ video

(Credit: Video screenshot by Leslie Katz/CNET) First there were strangers kissing each other on video, then were there strangers of the canine variety sniffing

Crave Ep. 151: Neil Young’s Pono dreams soon to come true

Neil Young's Pono dreams soon to come true, Ep. 151 Subscribe to Crave:iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) RSS (HD) | RSS

Large iPad ditched? Not dead yet, says analyst

iPad Air. A larger iPad or hybrid is still possible this year, an analyst tells CNET. (Credit: Apple) A large Apple tablet isn't out

SXSW Day 8: Jimmy Kimmel Punks Hipsters, Someone Pukes on Lady Gaga

WIRED reports live about all the exciting happenings at the eighth day of SXSW in Austin, Texas.

Google’s Super-Speed Internet Gets the Fast Track in San Antonio

Google's ultra-high-speed internet service is on the fast track in another American city.

Watch an Entire Day of Air Traffic in One Astonishing Visualization

An incredible visualization shows what keeps air traffic controllers busy every day.

These Are the Musicians Who Blew Our Minds at SXSW

Hundreds of singers, MCs, bands, DJs and every other kind of musician under the sun descend on Austin each year for South By

Uber Expands Insurance Coverage for Drivers After Girl’s Death

A future in which private vehicles double as public transportation may seem inevitable. But arriving there won't be getting any less complex or emotional anytime

Game|Life Podcast: We Don an Oculus and Scale Game of Thrones’ Castle Black

Sometimes even I am surprised at what transpires on the Game|Life podcast.

Check Out the Latest Version of Valve’s Steam Controller

Here's a new look at the current state of the Steam Controller, which Valve just sent over in advance of next week's Game Developers Conference.

WhatsApp calling spotted in the wild?

Screenshots from iPhoneItalia suggest that this is the new iPhone interface for the future version of WhatsApp with voice calls. (Credit: iPhoneItalia) Answer the

The 404 1,445: Where we beat up on Bluetooth (podcast)

The musings of a madman, c/o Steve Sphere Guttenberg (Credit: Steve Sphere Guttenberg) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - The PonoPlayer ain't no ordinary

Giant 3D printer starts spitting out a house

A nighttime view of The KamerMaker, or "room builder," a 20-foot high 3D printer that's helping its owners construct a completely 3D-printed home in

‘Game of Thrones’ math: How many dragons could a dire wolf eat?

Definitely cooler than a condor, Daenerys Targaryen's dragons would nonetheless taste pretty good to a dire wolf. (Credit: Video screenshot by Michael Franco/CNET) Possible
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