The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Feels Like the New Empire Strikes Back. Hell Yeah

The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Feels Like the New Empire Strikes Back. Hell Yeah

The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Feels Like the New Empire Strikes Back. Hell Yeah

Judging from the trailer, the next Star Wars movie looks to be headed straight to the dark side. We can’t wait. The post The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Feels Like the New Empire Strikes Back. Hell Yeah appeared first on WIRED.
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Unlock YouTube's hidden Dark Mode to save your eyes

Unlock YouTube's hidden Dark Mode to save your eyes
If you've ever tried to watch YouTube when it's dark out, you know that the typical bright white of the video service's page can be a bit blinding. Enter "Dark Mode," a hidden feature that turns the light surfaces black or dark gray so you can get on…
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Alphabet’s Verily offers a more serious take on health monitoring wearables with the Study Watch

Alphabet’s Verily offers a more serious take on health monitoring wearables with the Study Watch
 Designed with long-term medical research in mind, the Study Watch has a vastly different set of hardware requirements than your standard smart watch. The device was designed by Verily, the “V” in Google’s Alphabet, which is devoted to serious medical studies like MS observation and contact lenses capable of monitoring wearers’ glucose level. The Study Watch will likewise… Read More


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Sprint and The Onion have a video series no one asked for

Sprint and The Onion have a video series no one asked for
Seeing the former Verizon pitch man (who's named Paul) shilling for Sprint was a bit weird. Sprint seems to know this and has capitalized on it with a partnership with The Onion's creative services team, Onion Labs. Together they produced a series of…
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Fear Not, Superfans: Netflix’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Reboot Nails It

Fear Not, Superfans: Netflix’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Reboot Nails It

Fear Not, Superfans: Netflix’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Reboot Nails It

Netflix’s revival of the beloved B-movie chat-fest pushes all the right buttons, retaining the original’s quick wits and sweet-silly spirit. The post Fear Not, Superfans: Netflix’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Reboot Nails It appeared first on WIRED.
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Next 'Layton' game is coming to Android and iOS before 3DS

Next 'Layton' game is coming to Android and iOS before 3DS
Last we knew, the new Professor Layton game's differences from prior releases were relegated to its protagonist and the absence of its original puzzle designer. Now word is out that Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy…
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Komodo Dragons may hold the key to fighting infections

Komodo Dragons may hold the key to fighting infections
Komodo Dragon blood could save your life. Curious scientists — are there any other kind? — recently identified a peptide in the Dragon plasma that might serve as an antibiotic. Now, a bite from a Komodo Dragon is lethal not from venom, but from bac…
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Alphabet's Verily details its research-focused health watch

Alphabet's Verily details its research-focused health watch
Google has made a smartwatch, but not the kind you might expect. Verily, the health organisation owned by Google parent company Alphabet, has (finally) announced its 'Study Watch' for medical research purposes. It doesn't run Android Wear, nor does i…
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First round of Disrupt NY Hackathon tickets now available

First round of Disrupt NY Hackathon tickets now available
 The wait is over, hackathon fans. Disrupt NY 2017 is right around the corner, and with just a few short weeks left until we kick off the best startup show in the Big Apple, we thought it was high time we released the first batch of tickets to the Disrupt NY Hackathon. The hackathon takes place May 13-14 at Manhattan’s Pier 36. Those of you looking to spend the weekend before Disrupt hard… Read More


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