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Predicting the weather can be a frustratingly imprecise science. The weather app on your phone is pretty good at forecasting

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I remember the very moment that I decided to start traveling with knives. I was on assignment in Chile and tried dicing an on

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For something completely different, I tried the Espro P7, which, with those two fine filters, produced a surprisingly clear c

Google Gets Serious About Two-Factor Authentication. Good!

“Turn on two-factor authentication” is solid advice, and WIRED has repeated it for years. Doing so ensures that your pas