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BusinessRoger McNamee, an early investor in Facebook and mentor to Mark Zuckerberg, and author of "Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe," speaks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson at SXSW about the future of the social media giant.
TechnologyWyatt Knox, Special Projects Director at the Team O'Neil Rally School, is a true technician behind the steering wheel. Wyatt explains the different techniques he teaches to special operations personnel, including the pit maneuver, driving in reverse at high speeds, and taking over when the driver goes down.
TechnologyFormer FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?
CultureIn this episode of Obsessed we meet Michael Schiess, a pinball enthusiast who collects and repairs old machines in an effort to preserve them for future generations.
DesignThe Weather Channel used mixed reality to show how climate change-related flooding will impact Charleston in the year 2100.
TechnologyFollow Silicon Valley renaissance man, Jay Hammonds, as he tries out the new audio wearable from Bose - The Bose Frames
TechnologyWatch skateboarder and photographer Sierra Prescott as she tests out the new Bose Frames for a day
TechnologyBRANDED CONTENT | Produced by WIRED for Empire State Development | OmniSeq, a cancer diagnostic laboratory in upstate New York has developed an innovative genetic analysis pipeline to help match patients' tissue samples with the most effective cancer treatments currently available. In fact, their testing is so efficient that their tissue success rate is nearly 15% higher than other companies.
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CultureYou may not have heard of Renderman, but you've definitely seen the incredible effects it has made possible. From Star Trek to Star Wars, from the Abyss to Terminator 2, and across all of Pixar's animated features -- Renderman has changed the world of special effects.
TechnologyBRANDED CONTENT | Produced by WIRED Brand Lab with AWS | The future of business is here! WIRED and Amazon Web Services take a deep dive into the world of AI and deep learning to show how significant and impactful they can be for businesses.
GadgetsWIRED's Lauren Goode presents the WIRED Wish List -- a look at all the coolest gadgets for your family and friends.
TechnologyProduced by WIRED Brand Lab for AT&T Self-driving cars are close to becoming a universal reality and connectivity plays a vital part in their operation. The more data a self-driving car can access, the better it can learn to operate safely and efficiently. Learn how AT&T's new mobile 5g network will provide the support necessary for self-driving cars to take the next step from concept to commonplace.