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Can Nokia and BlackBerry save us from this 'turgid sea of sameness'?
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'Community' can buy what money can't
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
A factory reset will fix the problem, the company said.
Did you mean to type "rm -rf /" or should we be concerned?
Dropbox has released the code for the chatbot it uses to question employees about interactions with corporate systems, in the hope that it can help other organizations automate security processes and improve employee awareness of security concerns.…
Speed brings spectacle, and Formula 1 definitely wants more spectacle. The post F1's Funky New Cars Promise Faster, More Exciting Racing appeared first on WIRED.
It all ends in beers after marital bliss and commercial reality collide
On-Call Welcome again to On-Call, our weekly look at readers' memories of hibs gone bad.…
A live video stream of a giraffe waiting to give birth at a zoo is up again, after complaints the feed was sexually explicit.
Investigations into reported collisions by drones with civil aircraft found that they were caused instead by birds, wires and posts, or structural failures unrelated to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), a U.S. regulator said.
There has been widespread concern about the risks that the flying of drones close to aircraft can pose, and the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday that reports of “possible” drone sightings to FAA air traffic facilities continued to increase in fiscal year 2016.
There were 1,274 such reports of drone sightings from February through September last year, compared with 874 for the same period in 2015, the FAA said in a statement. Some of these sightings could have also been of birds mistaken for drones, according to analysts.
God, is there nothing artificial intelligence can't master? We all know you love it so much
Google has partnered with Jigsaw, an Alphabet incubator, to tackle online trolling with the launch of Perspective, new software that uses machine learning to highlight “toxic comments.”…
Commentary: In a video, the Olympian turned reality star asks the president to call her.
This ain't over yet by a long shot - ratification roadmap stretches to 2020
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has published a draft of what it expected to become the final 5G specification.…
Commentary: As if to warm everyone up for a political Oscars show, the carmaker insists the nation can be united.
A distribution company says many of the 251 Freedom handsets it paid for have not been delivered.
Compute and storage is coming out of the core and into the light
Mobile World Congress kicks off next week in Barcelona and, as ever, is two shows in one. Gadget-lovers get to go “squee!” about new handsets and the fun they'll have with them. And in the fun and important part of the conference, telco wonks discuss the plumbing that makes the “squee!” possible.…
Google has been working with hundreds of carriers around the world to bring the text message into the 21st century. The post Android Can't Compete With iMessage. Google Is Changing That appeared first on WIRED.
Like a modern take on the Wrangler, the all-new Jeep Compass combines go-anywhere capability with small SUV practicality, and even improves a little on its sibling model's road manners.
Workers told to get on the job while on the job, to boost local population
A Swedish municipality may allow its workers to get on the job while on the clock, for an hour each week.…
You can buy anything you want on Taobao, including sea vessels... if you have $11 million to spare.