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Commentary: The US president, who once said he loves WikiLeaks, believes that many of the current leaks to newspapers are fake.
AlphaGo has taken out two of three matches against human Go champion Ke Jie.
Terrorists use social media to recruit, but they also depend on you and the media to use it to amplify their message. The post Think Before You Tweet In the Wake of an Attack appeared first on WIRED.
An update set to be pushed out next month will make Autosteer even safer and more pleasant for drivers.
In an excerpt from her new book, techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci hits the streets to explore the power and fragility of networked social movements. The post Twitter and Tear Gas: How Social Media Changed Protest Forever appeared first on WIRED.
Commentary: After Jeb Bush says the president should stop tweeting, The New York Times reports that the president's own team wants him to slow down with the Twitter action.
CNET's own Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg, is back with a brand new set of ridiculous thoughts and questions, including the very title of today's show. Also, Russ Frushtick provides a spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant.
On one hand, this is ridiculous. On the other, who doesn't get annoyed by in-movie texters? And during "Guardians"?
Commentary: A photo of a man and a shark goes viral. Speculation begins as to who the man is. Suspicion falls on a famous name.
Commentary: The president suggests there might be "tapes" of his conversations with the FBI director.