It’s a week for origin stories—Hodor, White Walkers, the Faceless Men—though their motivations end up feeling more opaque than ever The post Game of Thrones Recap: Learning the Beginnings of the End appeared first on WIRED.
Bell Helmets takes data from customer head scans to offer better fitting helmets. The post Bell’s Moto Helmet Fits All the Funny-Shaped Heads Out There appeared first on WIRED.
This week’s roundup of Star Wars news has a few great details about the eighth episode in the series—and some things about ‘Rogue One’ that may be true. The post Cantina Talk: The Dark Knights Might Return in Episode VIII appeared first on WIRED.
With enterprise interest in graph databases on the rise, Clive Longbottom explains why some businesses are favouring them over relational setups
We asked seven leaders at some of the biggest companies how design impacts their business—here’s what they had to say. The post How Design Is Shaping the Future at Tech Giants Like Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
Gathering and analysing huge amounts of data offers the promise of business efficiency and new opportunities. We look at what this all means for the once-cautious Dutch
International theme park operator Merlin Entertainments dumps servers and storage and replaces them with Simplivity hyper-converged infrastructure at 124 sites worldwide
A lack of business confidence leads some organisations in the Middle East to delay or abandon ambitious IT projects that may not show an immediate return
This crab has everything: wildly powerful claws, the ability to invade your nightmares, and a penchant for coconuts and sometimes kittens. The post Absurd Creatures: Three-Foot-Wide Crab Will Eat Your Soul and Maybe Also Kittens appeared first on WIRED.
IBM shows off triple-level cell phase change memory and says PCM can be used as faster adjunct to flash storage and extension to DRAM memory