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The world of videogame-related YouTube content can be a minefield—so we've got some family-friendly (or at least not wildly problematic) suggestions. The post 5 YouTube Gaming Channels That Haven't Gone Full PewDiePie (Yet) appeared first on WIRED.
Court papers say data is being extracted from 100 locked phones confiscated during arrests at anti-Trump protests.
If Democrats, Republicans, and the telecommunications industry can agree on anything, it's that robocalls are the worst. The post Phone Companies Will Soon Banish Robocalls. For Real This Time appeared first on WIRED.
The interestingly named "Swearing Trojan" appears to be using fake mobile base stations in China to send phishing SMS messages to fool victims.
In a bid to advance the development of lifelike prosthetics, researchers turn to the sun's rays to power sensors that allow electronic skin to mimic the human kind.
Engineers believe they can shove a record amount of data through the internet's undersea pipes. But the record isn't as interesting as who ran the test. The post Facebook’s Epic Data Blast Is Good for Everyone—Especially Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Smart devices are great—until they peep on damsels, kidnap old men, and attack murderous xenophobes. (OK, maybe that last one's fine.) The post Beauty and the Beast, Still a Cautionary Tale About the Smart Home appeared first on WIRED.
Commentary: During a speech in Kentucky, the president relates that NFL owners are too scared of his wrath.