Cars Now Talk to Other Cars, if You’re Into That Sort of Thing

Cars Now Talk to Other Cars, if You’re Into That Sort of Thing

Cars Now Talk to Other Cars, if You’re Into That Sort of Thing

Your guide to vehicle-to-vehicle communication, and what it means for road safety. The post Cars Now Talk to Other Cars, if You’re Into That Sort of Thing appeared first on WIRED.
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The Morning After: Thursday, 16 March 2017

The Morning After: Thursday, 16 March 2017
There's two more days left this week, but we're not stopping, and neither should you. Russia is going to the moon, while some of the country's agents have been blamed for the Yahoo hack from last year. We also talked to Frank Oz and rode an 8K 'VR' r…
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Clean Energy Could Spark a Trade War Between the US and China

Clean Energy Could Spark a Trade War Between the US and China

Clean Energy Could Spark a Trade War Between the US and China

Trump wants to roll back climate-conscious government programs and make life easier for industry. China is doing the opposite. This may not end well. The post Clean Energy Could Spark a Trade War Between the US and China appeared first on WIRED.
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Google Play Music has a few new options for playback quality

Google Play Music has a few new options for playback quality
After seemingly forgetting about Google Play Music for an extended period of time, the search juggernaut has been showing its music streaming app newfound love lately. The newest update across Android and iOS adds options for playback quality (low, n…
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Photo-blending app Dubble is back from the dead

Photo-blending app Dubble is back from the dead
 Dubble is officially (re)launching today, in v2, after a year-long hiatus off the app store while the team re-engineered the backend and applied some gloss and community-requested features on the front. We ask co-founder Adam Scott how and why the team has put in so much effort to give a niche photo-blending app a second chance at turning into a self-sustaining community. Read More


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Helpling, Rocket Internet’s home services company, raises further €10M as on-demand space cools

Helpling, Rocket Internet’s home services company, raises further €10M as on-demand space cools
 Helpling, the Rocket Internet-founded company that lets you book a range of home services online, is disclosing €10 million in new funding. The round was led by Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG), the joint venture between Rocket Internet and Ooredoo, and also includes a number of other existing investors. Read More


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Get ready to see more Twitter live streams

Get ready to see more Twitter live streams
Twitter seriously wants to give Facebook a run for its money in its bid to transform into one of the largest online destination for live videos. According to The Information, the social network plans to announce next week that it's opening up its liv…
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Starling Bank, a digital-only UK challenger bank, launches beta

Starling Bank, a digital-only UK challenger bank, launches beta
 Starling Bank, one of a number of digital-only or so-called “challenger” banks in the U.K., is launching a beta of the app that powers its current account, the first time it has been available beyond a very small group of private testers close to the company. Read More


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Makeblock raises $30 million for robot-building kits for kids

Makeblock raises million for robot-building kits for kids
 Remember when kids could simply play with their toys? They still can. But parents are increasingly spending on toys that are chockablock with tech components, and that promise to turn their kids into software developers or robotics engineers. The Toy Industry Association, which held its International Toy Fair in New York last month, has even identified robotics-education as a major trend… Read More


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Watch these declassified nuclear test films on YouTube

Watch these declassified nuclear test films on YouTube
There's something both beautiful and unnerving about a mushroom cloud. The United States conducted around 216 atmospheric nuclear tests between 1945 and 1992, many taking place in Nevada and the Pacific Proving Grounds. Now, rare videos of those deto…
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