Reverie Classic is a crowdfunded watch with some beautiful bones

scaled-5848 There are two kinds of crowdfunded watches – fashion accessories and real efforts at classical design and workmanship. Thankfully the Reverie Classic holds the latter place. The Classic is made by Samuel Tay who previously crowdfunded and built the Sea Spirit a handsome, nautical-themed automatic that did quite well. The Classic costs $350 and runs a Miyota 8218 movement – bog… Read More

Canon’s 5D Mark IV Is Here, With 4K Capability and Improved Autofocus

The versatile 5D Mark IV has plenty of useful upgrades compared to its well-loved predecessor. The post Canon’s 5D Mark IV Is Here, With 4K Capability and Improved Autofocus appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

Forget Self-Driving Cars. Let’s Make Self-Driving Living Rooms

The Tridika works like a self-driving car you can literally park alongside your apartment and use as an additional room. The post Forget Self-Driving Cars. Let’s Make Self-Driving Living Rooms appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Body

The subtle mechanics of densely packed cells may help explain why some cancerous tumors stay put while others break off and spread through the body. The post The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Body appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

Security News This Week: Hillary Clinton Didn’t Delete Her Emails, She Super Deleted Them

Security News This Week: Hillary Clinton Didn’t Delete Her Emails, She Super Deleted Them

Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: Hillary Clinton Didn’t Delete Her Emails, She Super Deleted Them appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

This Week in National Affairs: It’s Back to School, and It’s Ugly

School is starting up again. It’s going about as well as you’d expect. The post This Week in National Affairs: It’s Back to School, and It’s Ugly appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It Needs the Money

How to spend a few billion on railroads like an old-timey tycoon. The post The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It Needs the Money appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain’t No Angel

Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain’t No Angel

Space photos of the week, August 21 — 27, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain’t No Angel appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

How Adam Nimoy Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Spock

Leonard Nimoy’s son started making a film with his father about Spock. After the elder Nimoy passed away, the documentary became a movie about his legacy. The post How Adam Nimoy Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Spock appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading

Student projects leapfrog governments and industry in ‘Data Science for Social Good’ program

milan-deprivation Big Data is hardly new at this point — nor has it wrought anywhere near its potential effects on many companies and institutions insulated by inertia and red tape. A summer program at the University of Washington called Data Science for Good shows that fresh eyes and good code can make more in 10 weeks than some have done in as many years. Read More

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