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The YouTube Celebrity Taking the H-1B Visa Fight Public

Kumar has spent the past decade chasing jobs across America to keep his visa. And he's amassed a cult following of people anxious for his tips and tricks.
23 Thu Nov
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The US Global Engagement Center's Fight Against Russian Propaganda Has Barely Started

Former staffers of the State Department's Global Engagement Center, tasked with fighting propaganda, say that 'administrative incompetence' has hamstrung efforts.
23 Thu Nov
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Here's How the End of Net Neutrality Will Change the Internet

The FCC move to eliminate net-neutrality rules opens the door to preferential deals for some content providers, closed doors for others.
23 Thu Nov
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Wish List 2017: 60 Amazing Gift Ideas for Everyone in Your Orbit

From Star Wars essentials to the latest smart speakers, these are the items to give (and get) this holiday season.
23 Thu Nov
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Uber Hid 57-Million User Data Breach For Over a Year

The ridesharing service's latest scandal combines routine security negligence with an "appalling" coverup.
23 Thu Nov
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WIRED's Product Reviews Have a New Look, and a New Mission

By widening our coverage of consumer products, we'll be able to help you make informed buying decisions about more things in your life.
23 Thu Nov
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FCC Plans to Gut Net Neutrality, Allow Internet 'Fast Lanes'

The Federal Communications Commission Wednesday will release its plan for reversing rules that require internet service providers to treat all content equally.
23 Thu Nov
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Which Sonos Speaker is Best For You?

We’ve tested every Sonos speaker at WIRED. We like them all, but which ones are worth buying?
23 Thu Nov
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Feds Indict Iranian for HBO Hack—But Extradition Isn't Likely

Months after tormenting HBO with the release of unaired episodes and *Game of Thrones* spoilers, the alleged hacker has been indicted.
23 Thu Nov
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The Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday Home and Lifestyle Deals We've Found

Grab these discounted items for your in-home relaxation or out-of-doors adventures.
23 Thu Nov
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'Stranger Things' Is Based on a True Story. Kinda

Or rather, Hawkins is based on a real place. It sounds cooler when Gaten Matarazzo explains it.
23 Thu Nov
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Should I Confess My Internet Stalking to My Date?

It's probably fine, but consider: Just because you know something doesn't mean you have to bring it up.
23 Thu Nov
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Jaron Lanier Q&A: VR Visionary and Author of 'Dawn of the New Everything'

Lanier may not have sired the term "virtual reality," but he's one hell of a father figure.
23 Thu Nov
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Black Friday 2017: Best Headphone Deals from Beats to Bose

Shopping for some new cans or buds? How about Bluetooth speakers? Here are the sales worth digging into.
23 Thu Nov
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This New Robot Will Help Keep Hearts Pumping

First it wraps the organ in polymer arms. Then it pierces the flesh with a pointy rod.
23 Thu Nov
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Cyber Monday 2017: Best Tech Deals, from Playstations to Sonos Speakers

The most exciting, best Cyber Monday tech deals we've found around the web for 2017!
23 Thu Nov
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'Vapor Wake' Explosive-Sniffing Dogs Help Protect the Thanksgiving Day Parade

This year, a team of Labrador retrievers trained to sniff out body-worn explosives will help lock down NYC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
23 Thu Nov
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A Conversation About Race and Gender in Andy Weir's *Artemis*

Weir's new sci-fi novel goes deep on technical specs but skimps on the social nuance.
23 Thu Nov
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'She’s Gotta Have It: Spike Lee’s Netflix Series Is a Defiant, Savvy Love-Fest

Lee's debut film returns in series form, and renews its celebration of female desire.
23 Thu Nov
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To See the Future of Cities, Watch the Curb

The battle for this often ignored slice of street has only just begun.
23 Thu Nov
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This Thanksgiving, Reunite With Your Long-Lost Family—Old Videogames

Games have long since transcended their early niche, but they still exist as a memory-burrow for many during the holiday season.
23 Thu Nov
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The TSA Is Testing New Scanners to Make Airport Security More Efficient

US airports are starting trials of new CT scanners that will let TSA agents virtually unpack bags, keeping everyone safe and on the move.
23 Thu Nov
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Would You Put the Genetically Modified Arctic Apple in Your Pie?

The non-browning apple is one of the first foods engineered to appeal to the senses—not a farmer’s bottom line.
23 Thu Nov
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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi Discusses Immigrating from Iran

Dara Khosrowshahi's job is to reform Uber—and he thinks that his background as an Iranian immigrant will come in handy.
23 Thu Nov
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The Archaeologists Saving Miami's History From the Sea

As the water level rises, more than 16,000 historic sites across Florida are at risk of being drowned by waves. In Miami-Dade County, researchers are working to keep history on solid ground.
23 Thu Nov
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Why the Government is Right to Block the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Combining the nation's largest pay-TV provider with the owner of 'must-have' channels will raise prices and stifle competition.
23 Thu Nov
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Silicon Valley as We Know It Would Not Exist Without Immigrants

This Thanksgiving, we bring you four portraits of immigrants in Silicon Valley—from the C-Suite to the gig economy.
23 Thu Nov
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The Silicon Valley Founder With a Pocket Full of Visas

Purva Gupta has spent the past four years launching her Silicon Valley startup, Lily—and chasing down five visas and a green card.
23 Thu Nov
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The Uber Driver Who Chased Love Across the Ocean

Guillermo Fondeur left the Dominican navy to be with his family in the US. He didn't expect to refashion himself as an Uber driver and labor activist.
23 Thu Nov
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Black Friday 2017: Best Online Deals

We've gathered the best Black Friday online deals of 2017. So avoid the cold and start clicking!
23 Thu Nov
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Intel Management Engine Flaws Leave Millions of PCs Exposed

Security experts have warned of Intel's Management Engine for years. A new set of confirmed vulnerabilities that impact PCs, servers, and IoT devices shows they may have been right.
21 Tue Nov
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'Justice League', Rotten Tomatoes, and DC Fans' Persecution Complex

The latest DC movie underperformed at the box office this weekend. Who's to blame? Fans, moviegoers, or Rotten Tomatoes?
21 Tue Nov
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Stopping Robocalls Will Soon Be Easier Than Ever

US consumers suffer 80 million robocalls a day. But a new crackdown—along with some clever apps—could help put a lid on your biggest mobile nuisance.
21 Tue Nov
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Flight Delayed? Know Your Rights to Compensation

The law provides privileges to keep you safe, comfortable, and sane as you battle your way home.
21 Tue Nov
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Frequent Flier Miles Don't Matter Anymore—Get Some New Credit Cards

You may feel betrayed, but there's still a way to score rewards in the air.
21 Tue Nov
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The Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 TV and Home Theater Deals

We've found great deals on television sets, home theater gear, and more.
21 Tue Nov
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Rylo Camera Review: The Best Panorama-Capture Device Out There

This video camera uses two lenses and impressive software to take your caddywhompus footage and make it arrow-straight.
21 Tue Nov
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Stephen Shore's Instagram Posts on Display at MoMa

Stephen Shore, whose photographs will be on display at New York's Museum of Modern Art in November, was an Instagram artist way before there was Insta­gram.
21 Tue Nov
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Iron Ox Brings Robotics to Hydroponic Greenhouse Farming

In a Silicon Valley office park, a startup is developing a system that could automate greenhouse farming and help feed the world.
21 Tue Nov
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Star Wars News: 'The Last Jedi' Will Put Rey to the Test

According to the actress who plays her, Snoke will put Rey through the wringer.
21 Tue Nov
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Mythbuster Adam Savage Has Made a Tool Bag, and It’s Beautiful

The gear-obsessive former TV host has teamed with bag-maker Mafia to design his own ideal carryall for his tools.
21 Tue Nov
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Scientists Look at How Humans Drive in Self-Driving Cars

Researchers are launching a gigantic study to see how people interact with assisted driving systems, like Tesla's Autopilot.
21 Tue Nov
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14 Star Wars Gifts for Your Favorite Jedi or Sith

With The Last Jedi around the corner, the Star Wars season of giving is upon us.
21 Tue Nov
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Is NASA Nominee Jim Bridenstine Ready to Tackle Climate Change?

Jim Bridenstine faces a hostile GOP on climate—but he also needs to build cred with NASA scientists.
21 Tue Nov
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What Does 'Self-Care' Mean Amid a Barrage of News and Social Media?

In an effort to get my stress under control, I tried everything from isolation to intimacy. After a year, I finally have some answers.
21 Tue Nov
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China Challenges Nvidia's Hold on Artificial Intelligence Chips

China wants to lead the world in AI, but needs better chips to achieve its goal.
21 Tue Nov
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California's Hepatitis A Outbreak Demands a Cure for Homelessness

When urban infrastructure enables outbreaks, it’s not just a medical tragedy. It’s a signal of a failure yet to come.
21 Tue Nov
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Thanksgiving Hack: Cook Your Turkey Sous Vide

If you're still cooking the bird in the oven, you're doing it wrong.
21 Tue Nov
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Which Amazon Fire Tablet is Best For You?

Should you buy an Amazon Fire tablet? And if so, which one is best? We've got the answers.
21 Tue Nov
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While You Were Offline: Steven Mnuchin Will Show You the Money

Not everyone was impressed with the US Treasury secretary's bills, bills, bills photo op.
21 Tue Nov
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