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General election 2017: Labour wants four new bank holidays
The proposals would see a new bank holiday created for each nation's patron saint day.
General election 2017: UKIP manifesto to pledge a burka ban
The party's leader Paul Nuttall is also expected to propose a ban on Sharia law in the UK.
France prepares to vote for new president amid high security
Thousands of police will be on duty as voters cast ballots in a hotly-fought presidential election.
Arthur Collins arrested over London nightclub 'acid attack'
Arthur Collins had been urged to hand himself in by his celebrity girlfriend Ferne McCann.
Mazar-e Sharif attack: Afghanistan mourns deadly Taliban assault
More than 100 soldiers were killed or wounded in the Taliban attack on an Afghan military base.
Happy Days actress Erin Moran dies at 56
Erin Moran also starred in the show's spin-off series Joanie Loves Chachi.
Three apologises after network problems
The mobile phone company says some customers were unable to send texts or make calls on Saturday.
Manchester bleach attack: Liquid thrown at pregnant woman and two men
Three people are injured as bleach is thrown from a passing car in Manchester.
Chelsea beat Spurs to reach FA Cup final
Nemanja Matic scores a stunning goal as Chelsea beat Tottenham in a thrilling semi-final at Wembley to reach the FA Cup final.
American Airlines pram clash: Footage captures aftermath
Footage posted online by a passenger shows what happened after an incident when a mother said she was struck by a pram.
Ecuador fines media for not publishing a story
Outlets that did not cover an opposition politician's alleged offshore banking were sanctioned.
Hilda Ogden's iconic curlers, headscarf and pinny to be auctioned
The family of Jean Alexander, who played the Coronation Street battleaxe, found them in a wardrobe.
Nafisah Baba wins BBC Young Dancer 2017 prize
The London-based dancer beat four other finalists to win this year's prize.
Newspaper headlines: Tories increase poll lead - or do they?
The Sunday paper polls suggest the Conservatives may or may not have a commanding lead over Labour.
Your pictures: Street food
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Street food".
Gunshot survivors bare all for photographer
Photographer Kathy Shorr has photographed 101 gun shooting survivors throughout the US in a powerful new photography project.
The blind cheerleader
Steph is an international cheerleader. She’s also blind.
Been busy? Here's some news you might have missed
Stories from around the world that you may have missed this week.
The hedgehog-friendly village
Hedgehogs, nursed back to health in an animal sanctuary, are released in the village of Burton Fleming, East Yorkshire.
Inside secret wartime chemical weapons site
Tunnels at a former top secret World War Two chemical weapons site in Flintshire are being formally opened to the public on Saturday.
Week in pictures: 15-21 April 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Fur coat worn by Titanic stewardess sells for £150,000
The coat was worn on the night the Titanic sank and was originally valued at £80,000.
Britain's oldest black bookshop
New Beacon Books is Britain's oldest black bookshop.
The icing on the cake
Photographing your baby smashing a cake is increasingly popular - but should it cost £800?
10 things we didn't know last week
Serena Williams is 20 weeks pregnant, and more news nuggets.
Scientists mobilise against 'fear of facts' in age of Trump
Scientists are learning even if you ignore politics, politics won't ignore you.
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Seven ways it helps to have rich parents
How wealthy your parents are is likely to matter more for young adults than it did for older generations.
Target Somalia: The new scramble for Africa?
Many different countries are trying to get a toehold in Somalia as it slowly emerges from chaos.
Is Maria Sharapova still a box office draw for sponsors?
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova returns to action next week looking to boost her sponsor appeal.
To Ray Davies, America is a 'beautiful but dangerous' place
America is "a beautiful but dangerous place," says Ray Davies, as he discusses his new album.
Why Rome sends trains filled with rubbish to Austria
Austria is providing an ingenious solution to the desperate problem of overflowing rubbish in Rome.
'Everything's on fire' - the scramble to prepare
News of a snap poll means many late nights and cancelled weekends for some over the coming weeks.
Let's talk about mental health... but then what?
Two "mental healthers" hijack Ouch to discuss this week's big news
BBC man met murdered Paris officer at Bataclan
The BBC's Nick Garnett recalls interviewing Xavier Jugelé, the officer killed on the Champs Elysees.
Trump tracker: How much has the president achieved so far?
Donald Trump says his administration has made "incredible progress". Do the facts back that up?
Around the world in seven years... on a bike
Leigh Timmis left Derby in 2010 to cycle round the world. He returns today, several years late.
Does this court judgement make any sense?
India's Supreme Court has sent back an incomprehensible judgement to a High Court judge.
Fed Cup: Ilie Nastase banned after swearing at tearful Johanna Konta
Romania captain Ilie Nastase is banned from the Fed Cup tie against Great Britain after an incident that leaves Johanna Konta in tears.
FA Cup: Nemanja Matic thunderbolt sends Chelsea to final
Nemanja Matic scores a thunderbolt from outside the box to give Chelsea a 4-2 lead against Tottenham the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.
Man Utd: Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Marcos Rojo suffer cruciate knee-ligament injuries
Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo both have cruciate knee-ligament injuries and face months out of action.
European Champions Cup: Saracens beat Munster 26-10 to reach final
Defending champions Saracens survive a first-half Munster examination to reach a third Champions Cup final in four years.
London Marathon 2017: Jo Pavey targets World Championships qualification
British five-time Olympian Jo Pavey can secure qualification for the World Championships when she races in Sunday's London Marathon.
World Championship: Ronnie O'Sullivan - I'm a bit like James Blunt
Ronnie O'Sullivan compares himself to singer James Blunt after beating Shaun Murphy to progress at the World Championship.
World Snooker Championship 2017: Best shots as John Higgins beats Mark Allen
Watch five of the best shots from John Higgins' 13-9 win over Mark Allen in the second round of the 2017 World Snooker Championship.
The seats that could decide the election
Where do the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems have to fight hardest to win the general election?
Election 'will not help Brexit'
Guy Verhofstadt says the PM's decision to hold an election is "political opportunism".
General election 2017: How many people are registering to vote?
Government figures show it is young people dominating registrations ahead of the election on 8 June.
The MPs who are quitting
Who is joining George Osborne in stepping down as an MP, and who plans to return?
General election 2017: Can parties select candidates in time?
Labour and the Tories have streamlined their procedures and are selecting many candidates centrally.
How many children are in classes over 30?
Labour alleges that pupils in England's primary schools "are packed like sardines" in classrooms.
The 13 MPs who opposed snap general election
A total of 13 MPs voted against an early general election. We look at who they are and why they said no.
General election 2017: No cut to UK aid spending, says May
PM ends speculation over foreign aid budgets and the chancellor hints the Tories' pledge not to raise taxes may be dropped in their manifesto.
General election 2017: How do I register to vote?
Don't get left outside on polling day - beat the deadline to have your say in the general election.
General election 2017: David Dimbleby to host programme
The Question Time presenter previously said 2015 would be his last election programme for the BBC.
General election 2017: Lib Dem raise £500,000 in 48 hours
Tim Farron says donors have been "flocking" to the party since the snap election was called.
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Would you believe it? The Museum of Failure contains quite a few pieces of technology
<h4>Time to look back on those halcyon days of bad ideas, mindlessly hyped</h4> <p>If you work in Silicon Valley, you might want to look away now. Because one day your work may well feature in the Museum of Failure.…</p>
systemd-free Devuan Linux hits version 1.0.0
<h4>Unix greybeards issue release candidate and proclaim init freedom</h4> <p>Devuan, the effort to build a <code>systemd</code>-free version of Debian, has released Devuan Jessie 1.0.0, a release candidate felt to be just about the finished article.…</p>
China 'hacked' South Korea to wreck Star Wars missile shield
<h4>FireEye fingers Middle Kingdom infiltration teams</h4> <p>Well-connected security biz FireEye is claiming Chinese hackers are trying to break into South Korea's military to halt the deployment of an anti-ballistic weapons system in the country.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
FCC greenlights small cell free-for-all in the US
<h4>New rules wil lower requirements to build wireless cells</h4> <p>America's favorite watchdog the FCC has suggested a set of new rules for installing hardware for 5G wireless broadband networks.…</p>
Alaska dentist 'pulled out patient's tooth while riding a hoverboard'
<h4>When this thing gets up to 88 miles per hour, you're going to see some serious sh*t</h4> <p>A dentist in Alaska has been accused of performing a tooth extraction while riding a hoverboard.…</p>
Doctor Who-inspired proxy transmogrifies politically sensitive web to avoid gov censorship
<h4>Slitheen tool smuggles browsers into cyber-Tardis</h4> <p>Computer boffins in Canada are working on anti-censorship software called Slitheen that disguises disallowed web content as government-sanctioned pablum. They intend for it to be used in countries where network connections get scrutinized for forbidden thought.…</p>
Base specs leak for Windows 10 Cloud – Microsoft's wannabe ChromeOS assassin
<h4>And ahead of mystery launch event in May</h4> <p>The base tech specs for Microsoft's Windows 10 Cloud laptops have leaked out ahead of a rumored launch next month, giving you an idea of their target market. Clue: Google-powered Chromebooks in education.…</p>
Canada says yes to net neutrality – and no to Trump advisor, eh?
<h4>Important legal ruling divides North America</h4> <p>Canada's comms watchdog has come out strongly in favor of net neutrality – despite efforts by one of the Trump Administration's key telecoms advisors to tip the scales in the other direction.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
IBM SoftLayer plays hardball in object storage price cuts
<h4>Cloud object storage pricing tumbling downhill</h4> <p><strong>+Comment</strong> Research house 451 says the cloud price struggle has moved away from virtual machines (VMs) to object storage, and fingers IBM for initiating the round of price cutting.…</p>
Dell backs out of in-cloud backup business by selling Spanning
<h4>Another EMC acquisition let go</h4> <p>Dell has sold its in-cloud backup SW biz Spanning to private equity house Insight Venture Partners, ending just four years of ownership.…</p>
LinkedIn U-turns on Bluetooth-enabled 'Tinder for marketers'
<h4>Pop-up requested permission to share data with nearby devices even when app not in use</h4> <p>LinkedIn irked privacy advocates by dropping a Bluetooth-enabled "Tinder for marketers" feature into its mobile app on Thursday.…</p>
Microsoft offers preview to eye AI IoT analytics for edgelords of new net
<h4>Azure Stream Analytics to connect your fridge to the cloud for chilled machinations</h4> <p>Microsoft's commitment to Azure has tickled it to the market's movement towards edge analytics provoked by the wave of IoT devices, and has launched a new analytics service so the twain shall never part.…</p>
Shooting org demands answers from Met Police over gun owner blab
<h4>What data did marketing agency subcontractor have access to?</h4> <p>Following <i>The Register</i>'s report on the Metropolitan Police breaching its own data protection statement by handing the addresses of tens of thousands of London firearms owners to a marketing agency, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has written to the force demanding the decision be investigated.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
US surveillance court declined less than 2 per cent of applications
<h4>2016 figures show only 35 of 1,752 applications were turned down in part or full</h4> <p>The US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) has published its annual report, revealing that less than 2 per cent of surveillance applications made under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) were declined in 2016.…</p>
Peer pressure, not money, lures youngsters into cybercrime – report
<h4>Are teenage dreams so hard to beat?</h4> <p>Teenage hackers get mixed up in cybercrime mostly to gain bragging rights over peers rather than to get rich, according to a new study.…</p>
Exploding femtocells: No need for a full recall, says Vodafone
<h4>Change yours if you're worried, but operator insists issue is limited to earlier models</h4> <p>Vodafone says that anxious customers of its home femtocell box are safe, despite experiencing continuing brownouts. Although Vodafone is replacing the Alcatel-made units on request, it has declined to carry out a full recall.…</p>
A quiet market? Nah, Oracle's to pay $850m for ad-tracking Moat
<h4>Do you know where your advertisements are going? Big Red does</h4> <p>Oracle's acquisition of digital advertising tracking business Moat has been valued at over $850m, according to reports.…</p>
Think politics is tumultuous now? Wait till the transhumanists join in...
<h4>The tech-fulled radicals redesigning society</h4> <p><strong>Reg Lecture</strong> Politics and society is about to get stranger and we're not even talking about what's going on in Westminster.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
WDC flirting with Japan funds to bolster bid for Toshiba's memory biz
<h4>Pursuing extra financial firepower to see off rivals</h4> <p>Western Digital Corporation (WDC) is aiming to bulk up its bid for Toshiba's memory biz with state-backed funding support.…</p>
Cloud students, pay attention! Exam plans promise fresh skills
<h4>Going native</h4> <p>Anyone looking to deploy cloud in any meaningful way will struggle to find skilled practitioners. It's a situation faced by so many enterprises, no matter what cloud system is being deployed.…</p>
Ministry of Justice scraps 'conviction by computer' law
<h4>Election nixes online court plans – for now</h4> <p>The controversial "conviction by computer" Parliamentary Bill has been scrapped ahead of June's general election, according to reports.…</p>
Farewell Unity, you challenged desktop Linux. Oh well, here's Ubuntu 17.04
<h4>GNOME all the way, baby</h4> <p><strong>Review</strong> The arrival of Ubuntu 17.04 this month was completely overshadowed by Mark Shuttleworth's decision to <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="https://plus.google.com/+MarkShuttleworthCanonical/posts/7LYubpaHUHH">abandon the Unity desktop</a> for a stock GNOME Shell interface.…</p>
Not the droids you're looking for – worst handsets to resell
<h4>Six months later and you've lost 70 per cent of the RRP</h4> <p>iPhones maintain their resale value much better than Androids. That much you probably already know – but which are the worst droids to resell?…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
(You can't) buy one now! The flying car makes its perennial return
<h4>There's a steering wheel in my pants. It's driving me nuts</h4> <p><strong>Something for the Weekend, Sir?</strong> Stop squeezing my knob. No seriously, I've had enough.…</p>
Drunk user blow-dried laptop after dog lifted its leg over the keyboard
<h4>Urine a wee spot of dribble, sysadmin says when offered stinking fused mess</h4> <p><strong>On-Call</strong> Welcome <i>again</i> to On-Call, our Friday re-telling of readers unforgettable on-the-job experiences.…</p>
Q. Why is Baidu sharing its secret self-driving sauce? A. To help China corner the market
<h4>Web giant wants to accelerate collaboration amid Western competition</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong> Chinese tech powerhouse Baidu plans to "open up" its self-driving car designs to help automakers in China overtake Western rivals.…</p>
Script kiddies pwn 1000s of Windows boxes using leaked NSA hack tools
<h4>Vulnerable unpatched systems expose exploitable SMB networking to world+dog</h4> <p>The NSA's Equation Group hacking tools, <a target="_blank" href="https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/04/14/latest_shadow_brokers_data_dump/">leaked last Friday</a> by the Shadow Brokers, have now been used to infect thousands of Windows machines worldwide, we're told.…</p>
Wait – we can explain, says Moby, er, Docker amid rebrand meltdown
<h4>Now, now, don't be mean about Moby, dicks</h4> <p>Docker seemingly became Moby this week, a rebranding exercise that sparked more confusion than clarity among those following container software.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Web celeb product whores told to put on the red light – or else
<h4>And would you believe it? The Kardashians are front and center</h4> <p>America's trade watchdog has warned more than 90 celebrities that they need to disclose when they are paid to promote a product – or risk facing an investigation.…</p>
Cuffing Assange a 'priority' for the USA says attorney-general
<h4>Charges against white-haired-one have reportedly been drafted</h4> <p>United States attorney-general Jeff Sessions says the Trump administration will make it “a priority” to arrest leakers, including Julian Assange.…</p>
Hard-pressed Juicero boss defends $400 IoT juicer after squeezing $120m from investors
<h4>Crushed CEO says critics are comparing apples with oranges</h4> <p>Meet this week's bonkers startup Juicero – the San Francisco maker of a $400 fruit juicer that's bagged $120m in funding from investors.…</p>
New MH370 analysis again says we looked in the wrong places
<h4>Drift tests on actual 777 part show plane probably hit ocean north of search area</h4> <p>Australian scientists have released a new analysis of debris from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and again asserted that the search for the Boeing 777 was conducted in the wrong place.…</p>
Microsoft promises twice-yearly Windows 10, O365 updates – with just 18 months' support
<h4>Sysadmin holidays cancelled in March and September, starting in 2020</h4> <p><strong>Updated</strong> Microsoft's explained how often it intends to offer “feature updates” to Windows 10: twice a year in March and September.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
China successfully launches its first robot space truck
<h4>Tianzhou-1 will now refuel the Tiangong-2 orbital lab as China prepares a proper space station</h4> <p>China's ambition to launch a permanently-crewed space station is a little closer today after the nation successfully launched its first robot space truck.…</p>
Tesla's latest car crash: Its 'meritless' lawsuit against ex-Autopilot bod
<h4>Musketeers bag $100,000 after hitting the brakes on allegations</h4> <p>Less than three months after Tesla sued a former manager, claiming he'd stolen its blueprints and tried to poach staff, the flash automaker has settled out of court.…</p>
Nuh-uh, Google, you WILL hand over emails stored on foreign servers, says US judge
<h4>If you can access them in California, so can the Feds</h4> <p>Google has been ordered by a US court to cough up people's private Gmail messages stored overseas – because if that information can be viewed stateside, it is subject to American search warrants, apparently.…</p>
FYI – There's a legal storm brewing in Cali that threatens to destroy online free speech
<h4>Row over Yelp review menaces web immunity</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong> Tech giants and rights groups have flooded the California Supreme Court with a dozen friend-of-the court briefs pleading for the reversal of a defamation ruling that threatens online speech protections.…</p>
'We should have done better' – the feeble words of a CEO caught using real hospital IT in infosec product demos
<h4>Understatement of the month: 'Mistakes were made'</h4> <p>The CEO of computer security biz Tanium has admitted his staff logged into hospital networks and accessed live IT systems during product demos with potential customers.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Trump's self-imposed cybersecurity deadline is up: What we got?
<h4>Quick clue: President Snowflake is a compulsive liar</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong> On January 6, president-elect Donald Trump had a meeting with the heads of the intelligence services and came out with one action point: cybersecurity.…</p>
For the first time ever, Verizon sheds subs: 300,000 punters walk out
<h4>Don't worry guys, Yahoo<i>!</i> is coming to the rescue</h4> <p>Verizon today turned in financial results of a nightmare first quarter of 2017 that saw the nation's top wireless carrier shed more than 300,000 postpaid subscribers.…</p>
Ofcom chisels away at BT Openreach's cold, dead hands
<h4>We WILL make you open up infrastructure access, vows regulator</h4> <p>Ofcom has set out exactly how it plans to prise open BT's grip on the UK's telecoms infrastructure, in a move designed to make it easier for competing telcos to install fibre broadband connections.…</p>
Union elevates Fujitsu job cutting protest to Japanese embassy
<h4>Ambassador, with these 1,800 layoffs, Fuji really is spoiling us</h4> <p>Unite the Union wants Japan's ambassador to the UK to intervene in the long-running dispute with Fujitsu over the company's proposals to axe almost two thousand employees locally.…</p>
Google's 'adblocker' is all about taking back control
<h4>Watch out, whitelist mafia, you might be swimming with the fishes</h4> <p>The world's biggest digital advertising company Google is reportedly building an ad-blocker into Chrome – and it's already attracted the attention of Europe's most important competition regulator.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Online ad scam launders legions of pirates and pervs into 'legit' surfing
<h4>Traffic Alchemist turns base metal into gold</h4> <p>An elaborate online ad scam that disguised junk traffic as views on reputable sites has been costing advertisers as much as $7m per month.…</p>
The pain in your chest? That'll be Big Tech's AI arrow of love
<h4>Welcome to Lex: AWS's AI-as-a-platform-service</h4> <p>If you couldn't feel the love this week, you're lacking a heart.…</p>
What a To-Do! Microsoft snuffs out Wunderlist
<h4>Another day. Another strategy...</h4> <p>If a week is a long time in politics, it must be an eternity at Redmond, where the strategy team is seemingly obliged to create a new one every few minutes. Here's another for you.…</p>
Tesla hit by class action sueball over autopilot software updates
<h4>Claimants say features not included, updates were dangerous</h4> <p>A class-action lawsuit has been launched against Tesla on the basis that updates to its cars' autopilots are "vapourware."…</p>
Mastercard launches card that replaces PIN with fingerprint sensor
<h4>Sweet MFA... but there's no documentation available for users</h4> <p>Mastercard has unveiled its new biometric card which adds a fingerprint sensor to the chip as a replacement security measure to the four-digit PIN.…</p>
Flaws found in Linksys routers that could be used to create a botnet
<h4>Engineers working on firmware updates</h4> <p>Multiple models of Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Routers have vulnerabilities that might be exploited to create a botnet, security researchers at IOActive warn.…</p>
EU plans for blockchain 'observatory' raise concerns, says expert
<h4>€500,000 to improve expertise and regulatory capacity</h4> <p>The European Commission plans to set up an observatory and forum on blockchain and distributer ledger technology (DLT) to help it understand what role public authorities should play in developing and helping uptake of the technologies.…</p>

Wired News

March for Science: Live Updates from Washington DC and Around the US
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/DSC5988-1-660x440.jpg" alt="March for Science: Live Updates from Washington DC and Around the US" /></div>WIRED Science writers across the United States follow the March for Science from Washington DC, Boston, and San Francisco. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/march-science-live-updates-washington-dc-around-us/">March for Science: Live Updates from Washington DC and Around the US</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Why Magic: The Gathering Beats Poker or Chess Any Day
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/MagictheGathering_HP_DR8BTR-660x439.jpg" alt="Why Magic: The Gathering Beats Poker or Chess Any Day" /></div>There are just some things 'Magic' has that other games don't. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/geeks-guide-magic-gathering/">Why <em>Magic: The Gathering</em> Beats Poker or Chess Any Day</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Security News This Week: A Coachella Smartphone Thief Forgot About ‘Find My iPhone’
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/CoachellaHP-669030384-660x440.jpg" alt="Security News This Week: A Coachella Smartphone Thief Forgot About &#8216;Find My iPhone&#8217;" /></div>Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/security-news-week-coachella-smartphone-thief-forgot-find-iphone/">Security News This Week: A Coachella Smartphone Thief Forgot About 'Find My iPhone'</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won’t Like the Choices
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/FacebookNotificationHP-660x495.jpg" alt="Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won&#8217;t Like the Choices" /></div>No one wants murder videos on Facebook. But no one wants Facebook to censor their baby videos, either. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/face-law-cant-keep-violence-off-facebook-either/">Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won't Like the Choices</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Space Photos of the Week: Galaxies That Pass Gas Together, Stay Together
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/SPoW_April21_HP-660x413.jpg" alt="Space Photos of the Week: Galaxies That Pass Gas Together, Stay Together" /></div>Bursts of energy from a black hole, lava on Mars, and Jupiter's cloud tops. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/space-photos-galaxies-pass-gas-together-stay-together/">Space Photos of the Week: Galaxies That Pass Gas Together, Stay Together</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
How San Francisco Kept Moving Through Its Massive #PowerOutage
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Blackout_HP-671241748-660x454.jpg" alt="How San Francisco Kept Moving Through Its Massive #PowerOutage" /></div>Plan for the worst, keep talking, and be prepared to slow down. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/san-francisco-kept-moving-massive-poweroutage/">How San Francisco Kept Moving Through Its Massive #PowerOutage</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Why Memphis Has Two Marches for Science
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/March-for-ScienceHP-1-660x330.jpg" alt="Why Memphis Has Two Marches for Science" /></div>The March for Science happening on Saturday has some big ideological problems. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/memphis-two-marches-science/">Why Memphis Has Two Marches for Science</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
What Has F8 in Store for Me?
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/FEATURED-WIRED-Gear-logo-NEW-660x330.jpg" alt="What Has F8 in Store for Me?" /></div>Facebook showed off some nutty new tech this week at its annual developer conference. We unpack it with special guest Cade Metz. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/gadget-lab-podcast-313/">What Has F8 in Store for Me?</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
An Enormous Hunk of Ice Gets Stuck in Iceberg Alley
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/RTS12T6Ab-660x399.jpg" alt="An Enormous Hunk of Ice Gets Stuck in Iceberg Alley" /></div>Tourists gawk at the glorious iceberg that appeared in Ferryland, Canada. The mayor remains unimpressed. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/enormous-hunk-ice-gets-stuck-iceberg-alley/">An Enormous Hunk of Ice Gets Stuck in Iceberg Alley</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.
Ad-Blocking Just Might Save the Ad Industry
<div class="rss_thumbnail"><img src="https://www.wired.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/GoogleAdTA-475157975-660x495.jpg" alt="Ad-Blocking Just Might Save the Ad Industry" /></div>Sometimes you have to kill something to save it. The post <a href="https://www.wired.com/2017/04/ad-blocking-just-might-save-ad-industry/">Ad-Blocking Just Might Save the Ad Industry</a> appeared first on <a href="https://www.wired.com">WIRED</a>.

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