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NFL Partners on Concussion Prevention
A recent study of former football players uncovered that 87% of them suffered from degenerative brain disease.
Dec 10th, 2019
Microsoft CEO Nets 66% Pay Bump
The result is $42.9 million pay package.
Nov 19th, 2019
Escalating the Car-Driver Relationship
The latest from Toyota uses AI to take creature comforts to an almost uncomfortable level.
Oct 17th, 2019
$1.2B Scandal Hits Networking Giant
The recently concluded investigation targeted “ethics breaches” that violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Oct 3rd, 2019
Missiles Could Find Their Own Targets
The Army appears to have found a new home for AI, which hopefully won't target the good guys.
Aug 19th, 2019
Programmer Guilty After Siemens Scheme
He deliberately caused the files to break after a certain period of time, say prosecutors, requiring Siemens to re-hire him to fix them.
Aug 1st, 2019
Kiss Your Car Goodbye
Drivers are already ditching their cars because of apps like Uber. Imagine what happens when driverless cars hit the roads. QuickTake explains the idea known as “mobility as a service”.
Jun 4th, 2019
Tesla Issues Update After 2nd Fire
Are Tesla owners freaking out yet?
May 17th, 2019
Tariffs Will Impact All of Us—Here’s Why
Ashley Carman talks to gadget makers and creators about how political policies around tariffs affect their businesses.
May 14th, 2019
Hacker Uses GPS to Gain Control of Vehicles
He admitted to being able to “make a big traffic problem all over the world.”
May 1st, 2019
Vodafone Found Hidden Backdoors in Huawei Equipment
While the carrier says the issues found in 2011 and 2012 were resolved at the time, the revelation may further damage the reputation of a Chinese powerhouse.
Apr 30th, 2019
Mercedes, BMWs Stolen in Car-Sharing Hack
Thieves were able to manipulate a mobile app, and then use these vehicles for other criminal activity.
Apr 22nd, 2019
Why It's Almost Impossible to Extract Huawei From Telecom Networks
Allies are under U.S. pressure to shun Huawei. But the company's prevalence in existing telecom networks and dominance in 5G technology make that nearly impossible.
Apr 18th, 2019
Five Myths About 5G, Debunked
There are a lot of myths about what the fifth generation of wireless connectivity can and can't do. Spencer Macnaughton debunks five common 5G myths.
Apr 12th, 2019
Army Troop Carriers Can Be Hacked
Adding strength in one area appears to have opened up a greater weakness.
Feb 14th, 2019
How Gravity Built the World's Fastest Jet Suit
Richard Browning built the world's fastest personal jet suit. WIRED spoke with him to find out about the design process and engineering a radical new form of transportation.
Nov 14th, 2018
The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of Segway
Back in 2001, Segway had big goals to change the world. That didn't happen. But almost two decades later, Segway may still change how we move.
Nov 7th, 2018
How a $40,000 Swedish Carpet Is Made
In a Swedish coastal town, a small group of weavers create the most coveted carpets and tapestries in the world.
Nov 6th, 2018
The Last Baseball Glove Maker in America
Nokona baseball gloves are made in Nocona, Texas using a number of different leathers including kangaroo, cowhide and buffalo. From hot stamping, to embroidering, to lacing, Nokona has been handcrafting ball gloves since 1934.
Nov 5th, 2018
National Cyber Security Awareness Month: Transportation & Logistics
Barak Perelman, Indegy's CEO, talks about the implications of industrial cyberattacks on the transportation & logistics sector.
Oct 25th, 2018