THIS WEEK, LEXUS introduced a short teaser video for SLIDE, a hoverboard that appears to not just live up to our Back to the Future II dreams but, at least stylistically, improve on them. Better yet, it’s more science than science fiction. Here’s how it works—and why you won’t find one at Toys’R’Us any time… Read More »
DNB in Noway has taken inspiration from Danske Bank in Denmark when creating its latest payment app.
Criminals use devices compromised for click fraud as the initial step in a chain of infections leading to ransomware attacks, warns security firm Damballa
Internet giant Google has said it intends to use a decommissioned coal power plant’s infrastructure to deliver renewable energy to its next US datacentre
One major drain on the American economy is the sheer glut of consumer debt. In China, it’s the opposite. The post Techies Are Trying to Get Chinese Consumers to Rack Up Debt appeared first on WIRED.
A designer and photographer create a paper world that would make Wes Anderson jealous. The post Two Guys Explore Space Using Their Imaginations—And Paper appeared first on WIRED.
Texting is easy, familiar, and ubiquitous, so it makes sense that it could become the main channel of communication. The post The Future of UI Design? Old-School Text Messages appeared first on WIRED.
Lots of inventions come not from focused, dedicated research, but the serendipitous application of tech developed for some other purpose—often a space-going one. The post Space Tech Makes Everything Better, Even Wind Farms appeared first on WIRED.
The FBI says CryptoWall ransoware attacks have cost US business $18m in the past year, not including indirect costs and unreported attacks
Genomics England, the government-owned organisation aiming to map 100,000 genomes by 2017, has recruited its first patients. It is also assembling the building blocks of its long-term IT strategy