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The 16 Most Badass Monsters From the Godzilla Movies | WIRED
From the very first <em>Godzilla</em> in 1954, Toho Co. Ltd. has delighted in throwing creature after creature on the screen—and these are our favorites.

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Don't Diss Cheap Smartphones. They're About to Change Everything | WIR
A new breed of cheap but powerful handsets are about to transform industries and change the way we communicate.

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Gadget Lab Podcast: Why Cheap Phones Aren't Sucky Anymore | WIRED
On this week's episode: The rise of awesome cheap phones, side-by-side app multitasking (possibly) coming to iOS 8, the future of Microsoft Surface, the shaky present of iMessage, and why David Byrne's totally steamed over Android.

Source: wired.com

This Mercedes Sedan Easily Tops 200 MPH | WIRED
A modified Mercedes E-Class has 850 horsepower and can hit a top speed of 217 mph.

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The 14 TV Shows We're Most Excited About Next Season | WIRED
For the last couple of weeks, the major networks have been unveiling their slates for next season at the upfronts. Here's what we're looking forward to next fall and beyond.

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Google's New Fashion-Savvy Exec Can't Fix Glass' Biggest Flaw | W
Google has appointed Ivy Ross, a design and fashion executive, to be its new head of Google Glass. But making Glass more stylish should be the least of Google's worries.

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Godzilla Isn't a Train Wreck, But It Sure Is Boring | WIRED
Despite some impressive CG and genuinely pleasurable moments, <em>Godzilla</em> too often feels determined to pull you away from interesting things in order to show you... less interesting things.

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Making Time Go Faster for Aged Booze | WIRED
Small distillers (and even big ones) would love to speed up the chemistry that happens inside a barrel, because as long as what they make is sitting in wood, it’s not making money. Technology that could shorten the time between distillation and bottling w

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52 Alaskan Volcanoes in One Shot | WIRED
It’s not everyday you can see 52 potentially active volcanoes in a single image, but good conditions over the Aleutian Islands and Peninsula in Alaska allowed for just such a shot to be taken.

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There Should Be a Checklist for Maps | WIRED
Click for full-res [pdf]. (Stephanie Evergreen and Ann Emery)Earlier this week, Stephanie Evergreen posted this great checklist for data visualizations. She and Ann Emery designed it to help social scientists understand the elements of a successful graph

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Is This Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton Science or Spectacle? | WIRED
If you tune in to watch the opening ceremony of the World Cup in São Paulo, Brazil on June 12, you might see something truly spectacular. If things go according to plan, a paralyzed young adult will walk onto the field and kick a soccer ball, assisted by

Source: wired.com

Absurd Creature of the Week: This Beetle Fires Boiling Chemicals Out of Its Bum
The bombardier beetle has evolved a cannon in its caboose, where chemicals mixed in a special chamber violently burst out of the critter in a boiling, noxious, pungent spray that can repel even the most daring of predators.

Source: wired.com

Editors' Picks: Three Outstanding Carry-Ons for the Smart Traveler | WIRED
What you shove into the overhead bin is your business. But gear-hounds like us care deeply. Choosing a bag that holds all your stuff and won’t get taken at the gate depends as much on personal style as the places you roam.

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This Week's Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible | WIRED
This week's Apple rumors: Virtual wraparound displays on future iPhones and a possible solution to misdirected sexting.

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Tech Time Warp of the Week: Relive the Days When Apps Were Cards Punched Full of
Sure, the iPhone is a great thing. You can store all your software apps in the palm of your hand, and you can use them with the touch of a finger. But we still miss the good ol' days -- when software apps were holes punched in paper cards.

Source: wired.com

Man Behind the 'Google Brain' Joins Chinese Search Giant Baidu | WIRED
Andrew Ng is the man who helped launch Google's wildly ambitious effort to recreate the human brain with computer hardware and software. And now, he will oversee a similar project at Baidu, often called "the Google of China."

Source: wired.com

Encrypted Web Traffic More Than Doubles After NSA Revelations | WIRED
A map of the internet, circa 2005. Image: The Opte Project Google search guru Matt Cutts says we should encrypt the entire internet. And he’s not alone. In the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations of widespread internet eavesdropping by the NS

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For Larry Page, Search Is Still Google's Ultimate Moonshot | WIRED
Google handles more than 100 billion web search requests every month. But for Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page, that's not good enough.

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The Mobile Email App That Wants to Make Your PC Obsolete | WIRED
Illustration: WIRED You know the feeling. You’re on a bus or sitting outside a coffee shop or walking down the street, reading and responding to email after email on your smartphone, and then you reach the point where your smartphone just doesn̵

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Angry Nerd: Will the New Godzilla Film Save the Franchise? | WIRED
The 1998 <em>Godzilla</em> film by Roland Emmerich was a betrayal of everything that's awesome about giant reptilian monsters. Will the new American <em>Godzilla</em> film be any better? Angry Nerd scrutinizes the movie's

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