Time for a nice trip down memory lane. The post Here Is Your WIRED Star Wars Challenge for Day 158 appeared first on WIRED.
A 1939 book on how to make graphics sheds light on a data-viz boom before our time. The post What Infographics Looked Like Before Computers appeared first on WIRED.
Think of it as a lava lamp on your phone. The post Beautiful New App Is Like a Stress-Relieving Lava Lamp appeared first on WIRED.
A lot can get lost in translation between your eyes and your brain. The post Why Optical Illusions Like These Make Your Brain Go Haywire appeared first on WIRED.
For the last three months, car hackers’ terrifying abilities have been on full display. Now we filter out the fear and focus on what we’ve learned. The post 5 Lessons From the Summer of Epic Car Hacks appeared first on WIRED.
Cloud giant seeks to make it easier for firms of all sizes to adopt business intelligence tools and take advantage of database migrations
Ford collaborates with St Petersburg State Polytechnic University in Russia to develop car communications using technology designed for space robotics
Chinese networking hardware and services supplier Huawei and Japan’s largest mobile services provider, NTT Docomo, have successfully conducted an outdoor field trial of 5G radio access technology in Chengdu, China. During the demonstration, the partners used multi-user multiple input, multiple output (MU-MIMO) technology, with a concurrent connectivity of 24 devices in the macro-cell environment on the… Read More »
Neurosurgeons hope to treat some of the most intractable mental disorders by putting advanced arrays of electrodes into patients’ brains. When Emad Eskandar talks about one of his neurosurgery patients with obsessive compulsive disorder, he’s not talking about someone who arranges his record collection by color, size, and name. Or someone who ritualistically touches the… Read More »
Financial services software maker Misys is transforming its global operations by consolidating multiple financial systems into a single cloud-based service from Netsuite. As a result of acquisitions and rapid growth, Misys has around 150 operations in 70 countries serving thousands of customers, but uses many different finance systems. Misys uses the cloud-based NetSuite OneWorld for… Read More »