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‘Doctor Who’ spinoff ‘Class’ gives school a funny, sexy sci-fi twist – CNET

The upcoming BBC series about teens attending Clara Oswald's Coal Hill School promises to be full of mystery and adventure.

No Man’s Sky investigated over misleading advertising claims – CNET

One player reports feeling misled "after seeing just how vastly different the trailers for No Man's Sky were from the actual released game."

Apple ‘iPhone 8’ already in the works, report says – CNET

The next iPhone is being developed at offices in Israel and will feature a "radical redesign," reports Business Insider.

First full ‘Fantastic Beasts’ trailer reveals magic, mayhem and plot – CNET

Get out your wand. The new "Fantastic Beasts" trailer dives deeper into the Harry Potter spin-off with more monsters, more magic and fresh plot details.

The Arctic Is Melting, and Fast. But Maybe Data Can Save It

A group of 28 nations are meeting in Washington DC to work on better ways to map and track Arctic sea ice loss. The post

Being Log Lady: John Malkovich morphs into David Lynch characters – CNET

In the short film "Psychogenic Fugue," actor Malkovich manages to make Lynch's characters even weirder than they already are.

‘Doctor Who’ spin-off ‘Class’ gives school a funny, sexy sci-fi twist – CNET

The upcoming BBC series about teens attending Clara Oswald's Coal Hill School promises to be full of mystery and adventure.

Details emerge about Alphabet’s upcoming health watch – CNET

The smartwatch is packed with more sensors than the Apple Watch and Fitbit trackers.

Are you willing to die for Elon Musk’s Mars mission? (The 3:59, Ep. 114) – CNET

Also: We talk about the pseudo-death of BlackBerry phones and discuss Facebook taking on Slack.

Aston Martin unveils its latest…powerboat? – Roadshow

Hey, it's a slow news day, cut me some slack.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Trailer: Travel Back in Wizarding Time

Newt Scamander tracks down escaped dangerous creatures in a magical 1920s New York. The post Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Trailer: Travel Back

Volkswagen’s I.D. concept will enter reality in 2020 – Roadshow

With a range around 300 miles and the looks of a sci-fi Golf, it exemplifies the company's vision for the future of cars.

What’s Your Ideal Running Speed to Conserve Energy?

Clearly running faster uses more energy. But at what speed does a human use the least amount of energy? Here is a model with estimates.

‘Safe’ Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes in China – CNET

Samsung has spent untold millions recalling the Galaxy Note 7, but one of the "safe" units has reportedly exploded in China.

Drake’s ‘Views’ is first album to hit 1B Apple Music streams – CNET

Drake's year of domination continues as his once Apple-exclusive album hits another milestone.

White House: Your logins must be better than this – CNET

The Obama administration joins tech companies and internet security advocates in urging Americans to think beyond the password.

Make your final ride dead silent with this Tesla Model S hearse – Roadshow

It takes a lot of chutzpah to chop up an electric car like this.

Buick’s Chinese-built Envision earns top IIHS safety honors – Roadshow

Let's see how your racist uncle formulates a counterpoint for THAT.

Calling all nerds: One venture capitalist wants you to support Clinton – CNET

Dave McClure's campaign, Nerdz4Hillary, aims to raise $100,000 in support of Clinton.

We unlocked an escape room’s hidden secrets – CNET

What happens when you mix a Myst, Mouse Trap and a Rubik's Cube? An escape room!

Samsung, drown your miseries. It’s National Drink Beer Day – CNET

Social Cues: Plus on social media, a rare lunar event you can't take a picture of.

Clinton and Trump Get Most of Their Campaign Funds from These 250 Neighborhoods

Last month, Clinton drew money from the coasts as Trump took from the middle of the country. The post Clinton and Trump Get Most of

Snap’s Spectacles come with an impressive pedigree – CNET

The person behind the social network's new Spectacles sunglasses is reportedly Steve Horowitz, a hardware veteran who previously worked at Apple, Google and Motorola.

The War on City Parking Just Got Serious

The White House deals a (symbolic) blow to neighborhoods hoping to keep precious spots all to themselves. The post The War on City Parking Just

The overclocking downlow: How breaking your computer makes it faster – CNET

Some people crack open their computers, force their processors to run to near melting point and use liquid nitrogen to keep the whole thing in

White House: Your logins have to be better than this – CNET

The Obama administration joins tech companies and internet security advocates in urging Americans to think beyond the password.

Forget self-driving cars, have a seat in a self-driving chair – Roadshow

Nissan has invented mobile chairs that take the hard work out of waiting in line.

BlackBerry bails on building its own phones – CNET

The struggling company will cease on internal development of hardware, instead outsourcing it to partners. It will focus instead of security and software.

Blue Raspberry Gives You a Solid USB Mic on the Go

The mic drops a size. The post Blue Raspberry Gives You a Solid USB Mic on the Go appeared first on WIRED.

How Mercedes-AMG Wraps Drivers in Sensual Luxury

Daimler's head of design explains how he creates an experience that will appeal to people who can spend $250,000 on a two-door convertible. The post

The Oral History of Tinder’s Alluring Right Swipe

Since Tinder's launch, the right swipe has become a signifier of our generation---shorthand for like, lust, and love. It was no accident of design. The

The Beauty Upstart With a Radical New Way of Talking to You

If there's such a thing as designing a millennial approach for selling a product, Glossier gets pretty close: real and unmediated, the antibrand brand. The

How Photographers Get the Perfect Shot—and Your Attention

Three professionals reveal how they transform everyday objects---a glass of whiskey, an elegant shoe---into images that make you want what you see. The post How

The Art of Selling Homes That Don’t Yet Exist

From drone photography and strategic lighting to his clients' own aspirations, there's nothing Fredrik Eklund won't use to create desire and make a sale. The

Spending Too Much Time on Your Phone? Try a Digital Detox

A digital detox is like a juice cleanse, but instead of staying away from junk food, you'll be staying away

WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Star Wars Rebels

The third season of the series set between the prequel trilogy and 'A New Hope' just began. Here's what to watch to get caught up.

Time to Kill Security Questions—or Answer Them With Lies

Security questions for password recovery are fundamentally insecure. But if we can't abolish them, we can at least make our answers tough to guess. The

One Man’s Quest to CT Scan All the World’s Fishes

Adam Summers is on a mission to scan all 33,000 species of ray-finned fish—and upload all of that data for anyone to tinker with. The

Facebook at Work to start doing the business next month – CNET

Facebook's tool for businesses is reported to be ready to take on Slack and other business-focussed rivals.

Drake’s ‘Views’ is the first album to hit 1 billion Apple Music streams – CNET

Drake's year of domination continues as his once Apple-exclusive album hits another milestone.
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