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Google's next version of Android 'L' release has a new look, deeper ties to the web

KitKat may have only found its way onto roughly 15 percent of phones at this point, but that won't stop Google from looking to the future. The new version, teased by Sundar Pichai is simply being referred to as the "L" release right now. As previous leaks have indicated, this will be the most …

World's Biggest TV is a Custom-Made, $1.6 Million 370-Inch Monster

A British company has created the world's biggest TV, leapfrogging the previous champ by almost 20 <i>feet</i>. The Zeus, from Titan Screens, measures a full 370 inches diagonally — and costs well over a million bucks.<p>The number doesn't give an adequate estimation of the screen's size, though. Think about …

Living Rooms

Celebrate the 40th birthday of Rubik's Cube with today's Google Doodle

It must be hard being Ernő Rubik. Back in the 1980s, the architect and toy inventor had the rare good fortune of becoming one of very few self-made millionaires from communist Europe. But in the process he was horribly pigeon-holed. His patented Rubik's Cube sold 350 million units, while his other …

Latest Snowden leak reveals the NSA intercepted and bugged Cisco routers

As promised, the release of Glenn Greenwald's new book, <i>No Place to Hide</i>, has brought plenty more Snowden leaks, and one document is particularly mind-blowing. The photo above shows an NSA team intercepting and bugging a Cisco router before it's sent to a customer who's been targeted for …

Print your own psychedelicious sugar cubes

<i>This article was taken from the May 2014 issue of Wired magazine. Be the first to read Wired's articles in print before they're posted online, and</i> …

Dutch Glow-In-The-Dark Roads Don’t Glow So Well

A pilot project for a futuristic method of illuminating roadways in the Netherlands shows that we still have a ways to go before “smart highways” are feasible.<p>The glow-in-the-dark roads envisioned by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde and civil engineers at Heijmans Infrastructure have been in pilot …

Roads

Apple Acknowledges Consumers Want Larger and Cheaper Phones

The latest internal documents coming out of the Samsung/Apple trial show some candid insight into Apple's analysis of the future of the smartphone market.<p>The documents posted by Re/code include an Apple slide deck from April, 2013 for 2014 planning. The document includes graphs showing that Apple's …

Introducing Flipboard's First Foray into Video Games

Introducing Flipboard’s First Foray into Video Games<p>Inside Flipboard / April 1, 2014<p>In 2010, humans spent 3 billion hours a week playing video …

New Samsung Ad Burns the Kindle, Surface and iPad

Oh, you poor Luddite, with your keyboard, battery dock and mouse. You call that a tablet? It’s positively Neanderthal. And that iPad? Why can’t it do …

This Flappy Bird In A Box Hack Is Way More Impressive Than The Game

The death of Flappy Bird has brought out more ridiculous knock-offs than should be permissible by the standards of the Geneva Convention. It’s gotten so bad Apple and Google decided to ban them, but the one Flappy Bird knock-off we’d love to play isn’t on the App Store either, it’s in a box.<p>Fawn …

Samsung’s back at bashing Apple in its latest ads, and they’re pretty good

The Galaxy S3 and the Note 2 were huge hits thanks in part to the cheeky, funny ads that compared Samsung’s new Big Thing with Apple’s iPhone. We all remember the spots making fun of Apple fans standing in line, and that campaign helped Samsung create a hip image for itself, not to mention a huge …

IPad Air

Don’t support animal abuse? This mobile app helps you find ‘cruelty-free’ places to eat

Many of us unknowingly support animal cruelty every day by eating factory raised meat.<p>Nonprofit organization America for Animals is building a mobile app that makes it easier not to, by helping people find restaurants with vegan, vegetarian, and humanely raised options.<p>“Its primary use is to allow …