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Blocked from major operations in South Sudan, Doctors Without Borders deploys caregivers with small backpacks full of medicine on the road to the border. The post What’s Inside the Badass Backpack That’s Saving Lives in South Sudan appeared first on WIRED.
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The device millions of women rely on is stuck decades behind the times. Now tech entrepreneurs are hacking this essential tool of motherhood. The post The Breast Pump Finally Joins the 21st Century appeared first on WIRED.
From the May 2017 issue If the dominant narrative holds and autonomous cars do colonize our roads, there will be no more mental calculations of time, distance, and speed. No best-guessing what that idiot in the left-turn lane will do instead of turning left. Not even any more weighing whether to grind your teeth, honk […]
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Trint is the first product to offer the automated transcription of audio featuring two or more speakers in natural conversation. The post Transcribing Audio Sucks—So Make the Machines Do It appeared first on WIRED.
Using two-step verification is a smart way to help protect your data on Google. Follow these steps to move the app to your new mobile device.
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