Have you noticed lately that your Facebook Notifications aren’t really for you? The post How to Change Those Spammy Group Notifications on Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Bethesda gets approached “all the time” to make movies, but has turned down every offer; here’s what it would take to change that.
Turning Change.org into your personal waaahmbulance-dispatch service isn’t just ineffective. It threatens to overshadow the site’s mission: Actual change. The post Can We Cool It With the Pop Culture Petitions, Please? appeared first on WIRED.
Does Exxon Mobil have a constitutional right to sow doubt about climate science? The post Exxon Is Fighting for Its Right to Deny Climate Change appeared first on WIRED.
Google has bought more than an ISP. It’s now getting a firsthand look at new wireless tech that could radically change how the Internet is delivered. The post Google’s Webpass Buy Points the Way to a Speedier Internet for Everyone appeared first on WIRED.
The iPhone’s not as groundbreaking as it used to be. That could change though! The post Three Big Upgrades That’d Make the iPhone Exciting Again appeared first on WIRED.
Quantum computing is computing at its most esoteric. But by sharing its prototype with the world at large, IBM hopes to change that. The post IBM Is Now Letting Anyone Play With Its Quantum Computer appeared first on WIRED.
New Delhi, Apr 5: Leaders from space agencies from across the globe today discussed the possibility of studying effects of climate change with the help of space technologies, during the on-going Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium (APRS) here.
Al Gore brought a dose of climate–change optimism to Harvard, puncturing the typical gloom-and-doom narrative with the view that things are finally changing for the better and that the pace of that change has begun to accelerate rapidly. Speaking to a …