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A Fuel-Efficient Big Rig From Walmart That Looks Like a Smushed Corvette...
Efficiency counts when you have one of the world's largest commercial truck fleets. That's why Walmart has developed a new big rig that uses
Raspberry Pi marks 2nd birthday with plan for open source graphics driver
$10,000 offered to first person who can run Quake III on Pi with new driver.
Movie review: Particle Fever takes you inside the Large Hadron Collider
The LHC and the people who run it, from construction to the Higgs discovery.
Flu viruses derive from a global selective sweep in the 1870s
A single event seems to have set the stage for all pandemics since.
Runaway star Kappa Cassiopeiae's overspeeding causes spectacular light s...
Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope has photographed the sensational effect of a hot supergiant star moving at around 2.5 million mph (1,100 kilo
Netflix slow on Verizon or Comcast? A VPN might speed up that video
ISPs could throttle traffic if they want—but Netflix can play dirty tricks too.
Unstoppable Soviet Motorcycle Now Comes With Bourgeois Luxuries | Produc...
For a vehicle that hails from pre-war Nazi/Soviet technology sharing, the Ural Gear-Up sidecar does a remarkable job of offering an analog a
Google Developing Internet That's Over 1,000 Times Faster Than Yours | W...
Google is already exploring the next thing: 10 gigabit per second connections, connections that are over 1,000 times faster than the average
The Mysterious Electronic World of Microbes - Wired Science
Imagine a tiny device that can make electricity one moment and fuel the next. A crew of scientists is now trying to transform microbes into
How Obama Officials Cried 'Terrorism' to Cover Up a Paperwork Error | Th...
After seven years of litigation, two trips to a federal appeals court and $3.8 million worth of lawyer time, the public has finally learned
China and Taiwan plan to open offices after first official talks
Taiwan hails first official talks with China as a "day worth noting"
Steve Wozniak: Apple Should Make an Android Phone | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
At the Apps World North America conference in San Francisco, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave WIRED a wide-ranging interview. His most in
Olympic rings fail spectacularly during Sochi opening ceremony
Sochi has been fraught with problems in the days leading up to the Olympics, but no one issue has been quite so telling of Russia's hosting
Gates Spends Entire First Day Back in Office Trying to Install Windows 8.1
A Microsoft spokesman said that Mr. Gates’ first day in his new job had been “a learning experience.”
Breathtaking Photos of the Coldest City in the World -
Think we’re having a brutal winter? Winter temperatures in Oymyakon, Russia, average minus 50 C (minus 58 F).
If Middle-Earth Were Real, These Exquisite Shots Would Be Its Vacation B...
An ambitious Middle-earth mapping project has joined forces with a videogame middleware company to transcend simple drawings and create the
Farmers, immigration activists hopeful about GOP immigration effort
When Denver immigrant-rights activist Ricardo Martinez read the GOP's principles on immigration reform released last week, he latched onto t
Catching neutrinos with Fermilab's massive next-generation detector
Neutrinos are subatomic, electrically neutral particles that many scientists believe can help us better understand what our universe is made