Back in October 2014, went off on a health tangent Nintendo announced plans to develop a sleep and fatigue tacking app that would customer improve their slumber time. Nothing much had been heard about the project since, until yesterday, that is, … Continue reading
In an amazing feat of technological prowess, The Boston Globe has embedded tweets on the front page of its newspaper. Well, not exactly. The post Twitter Beefs Are Now Front Page News in The Boston Globe appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading
Marley Natural’s accessories look more like Chemex pour-over coffee equipment than the swirled glass tie-dyed pipes you’d normally find in a head shop.
The post Marley Natural’s Elegant Pot Gear Is for Smokers Who Say ‘Whoa Sir,’ Not ‘Whoa Dude’ appeared first on WIRED.
Qualified applicants must be able to “handle stressful situations.”
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Susan Kare, icon of icons, talks about the creative decisions behind some of the best-loved symbols of the past four decades.
The post Iconic Designer Susan Kare Explains How ⌘ Came to Be appeared first on WIRED.
The followup to the excellent free-runner Mirror’s Edge is going into closed beta testing before its May 24th release date, Electronic Arts announced today.
The post Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Gets a Beta Test and New Trailer appeared first on WIRED.
The “quality of life” sleep-tracking health and fitness device that Nintendo announced in 2014 “isn’t ready to become a product,” its president says. The post Nintendo Puts Its Sleep-Tracking Gizmo on Hold Indefinitely appeared first on WIRED. Continue reading