The MiniPro is emblematic of a new, safer breed of hoverboard—one that won’t explode in a ball of fire while you ride it. The post A Weird New Segway Is … Continue Reading →
A pricey little cable with a built-in storage module, Meem is an ingenious way to back up your photos, contacts, and text messages without the cloud. The post Back Up … Continue Reading →
Using a brighter, more focused backlight system, Sony’s pricey new Z series has its eyes on the picture-quality throne. The post Sony’s New Super-Bright TV Aims to Outshine OLED appeared … Continue Reading →
Yes, these are the drones you’re looking for. The post Official Star Wars Drones. I Repeat. Official Star Wars Drones appeared first on WIRED.
Nine USA basketball exhibition games will be broadcast live on the social network over the next two weeks. The post USA Basketball Exhibition Games Will Stream Live on Facebook appeared … Continue Reading →
The modular phone to begin all modular phones. The post Review: Motorola Moto Z appeared first on WIRED.
With speeds that reach up to 85mph, Teal can be used as a racing drone right out of the box. But this modular machine is built for more than just … Continue Reading →
The new $20 app lets you take your drafts, scenes, outlines, and corkboards with you anywhere. The post Scrivener for iOS Means You Can Write Your Zombie Novel Anywhere appeared … Continue Reading →
The Moto Z is a smartphone first and a thousand other things after that. The post Motorola’s Crazy Plan to Reinvent the Phone by Breaking It Into Pieces appeared first … Continue Reading →
Freewrite is a luxury word processor for writers, with a great mechanical keyboard, cloud-syncing capabilities, and freedom from web-based distractions. The post A Smart Typewriter Is a Thing and I’m … Continue Reading →
Designed by the Bouroullec brothers, the Serif TV is finally coming to the U.S. The post Samsung’s New 4K Set Is a Throwback Beauty Like No Other appeared first on … Continue Reading →
No more pointing your Nest Cam out the window. The post Nest Cam Outdoor Fixes the Security Camera’s Biggest Fault appeared first on WIRED.
For musicians trying to make it, the Internet can be unforgiving. Just don’t quit—you never know who’s listening. The post Fear Not, Indie Musicians. The Web Can Still Bring Unexpected … Continue Reading →
Can an app capture the original Polaroid’s magic? The post Polaroid Swing Thinks the World Needs a Better Photo App appeared first on WIRED.
For $149 per month, Parachut delivers Leicas, drones, and Lytros to your front door. The post Try Out Expensive Camera Gear With This Subscription Service appeared first on WIRED.
Samsung Gear VR users can get a 360-degree view of the 2016 Home Run Derby. The post How to Watch the Home Run Derby in VR appeared first on WIRED.
Fewer bucks, more bangs. The post Review: Huawei Honor 5X appeared first on WIRED.
You get most of your music appreciation in while you’re on the clock. Turn your workstation into Carnegie Hall with this hi-fi gear. The post Hi-Fi Gear That’ll Turn Your … Continue Reading →
This beautiful six-string is crafted from Ekoa, a composite made of flax and industrial waste bioresin. The post Strike a Chord With This Composite Guitar That Looks Like Wood appeared … Continue Reading →
About to spend three days running between stages? Don’t be a Lollapaloser: Stay comfortable, hydrated, and ready to dance your face off. The post Hitting a Summer Music Festival? Pack … Continue Reading →
Born as an experiment, this lysergic effect pedal escaped the lab to infect the musical consciousness. The post The Wah-Wah Pedal Has Been Giving Guitarists Tears for Years appeared first … Continue Reading →
Actually unlocking your phone is so 2015. The new way is the locked way. The post With iOS 10, Your iPhone’s Basically Just a Lockscreen Now appeared first on WIRED.
Made by Tissot, a new transparent 24-second clock with touchscreen controls will be installed in every NBA arena. The post The NBA’s New Shot Clock Is One Slick, Smart Ticker … Continue Reading →
The X-T2 isn’t radically different from its predecessor, but a new sensor and autofocus system keep things fresh. The post Fujifilm’s New X-T2 Is a Revamp of Its Already Awesome … Continue Reading →
Snapchat Memories gives snaps a little permanence. The post Snapchat Saves Your Snaps Now Because Hey, Memories Can Be Nice appeared first on WIRED.
Now more than ever, there’s life after Chrome. The post 4 Browsers That Might Break Your Chrome Addiction appeared first on WIRED.
Solitude is the greatest topping of all. The post The PizzaDome Finally Unites Camping and Artisanal Pizza appeared first on WIRED.
Bang and Olufsen was late to the neckbud game, but it doesn’t show. The post B&O’s First Wireless Earphones Are Clever Little Devils appeared first on WIRED.
Think Android Nougat is a silly name? You are wrong. The post Sorry Haters, Nougat Or Lose It appeared first on WIRED.
The way we listen to music has changed. It’s time for the things we listen with to change too. The post Who Cares if Apples Ditches the Headphone Jack? Wireless … Continue Reading →
After its own phone flopped, Amazon’s subsidizing popular budget devices for Prime members. The post Amazon Puts Out the Fire With Budget Phones for Prime Members appeared first on WIRED.
Doppler Labs wants to change the way you listen to music, and to the world around you. The post Doppler’s Earbuds Are Way More Than Just Wireless Headphones appeared first … Continue Reading →
Your family’s about to get a little bigger. Specifically, one 11-inch robot bigger. The post Jibo Is Like Alexa and a Puppy Inside One Adorable Robot appeared first on WIRED.
Making your tweets more fun one Deal With It pair of sunglasses at a time. The post Twitter’s New Stickers Are Snapchat Filters, But for Tweets appeared first on WIRED.
The robot revolution is coming to your living room, and it’s adorable. The post Meet the Smartest, Cutest AI-Powered Robot You’ve Ever Seen appeared first on WIRED.
Using neural networks and shows like “The Office” and “Big Bang Theory,” CSAIL’s system was able to predict how actors were about to greet each other. The post An MIT … Continue Reading →
The Ryobi Ultra-Quiet Garage Door Opener lets you add a Bluetooth speaker, some lasers, and a battery pack to its modular base unit. The post This Is One Seriously Cool … Continue Reading →
You’ve got no shortage of expensive Kindle options, but the entry-level just got revved up. The post The Cheapest Kindle Gets Thinner, Lighter, and Speedier appeared first on WIRED.
The Mac’s best new feature looks and sounds a little familiar. The post I Spent a Week Yelling at Siri in MacOS Sierra appeared first on WIRED.
Billed as the first mirrorless medium-format digital camera, the Hasselblad X1D is smaller than some full-frame DSLRs. The post Hasselblad’s New Camera Costs $9,000, But It Sure Is Compact appeared … Continue Reading →