WIRED Radio

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WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. WIRED Radio is a home for a collection of shows and series about everything in the WIRED universe.

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https://www.wired.com/
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WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. WIRED Radio is a home for a collection of shows and series about everything in the WIRED universe.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-11-13 04:43
last episode published
2018-11-09 19:38
publication frequency
10.5 days
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WIRED author  
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Number of Episodes
47
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Technology TV & Film Design Arts Tech News

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
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Darren Aronofsky on VR Storytelling

The director of "Mother!" and "Black Swan" talks about the new VR series, "Spheres," which he produced.
Wired Staff author
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Hacking Humans

WIRED's editor in chief Nick Thompson talks to Yuval Noah Harari and Tristan Harris about how social platforms expertly manipulate our thinking.
Wired Staff author
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The Sleep Paradox

The same tech and gadgets that keep us up at night might also help us get better sleep. Well…maybe.
Lauren Goode author
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Quantum Computing

WIRED writer Tom Simonite explains quantum computing to us. Kinda.
Wired Staff author
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Styli Selfie Sticks

It has 512 GB of storage, a huge battery, Fortnite, and a stylus that doubles as a selfie assist. Samsung has gone all out with the new Galaxy Note 9. Why?
Lauren Goode author
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The New MacBook Pro

This week, WIRED's product reviews editor Brendan Nystedt joins the show to run down the particulars of the 2018 MacBook Pro.
Wired Staff author
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Juul of the Valley

This week, special guest Nitasha Tiku charts Juul's ever-changing relationship with its consumers, its investors, and those who oppose its product.
Wired Staff author
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Talk to the Bot

Google plans to start publicly testing Duplex, its uncanny robot-phone-calling technology, within the next couple weeks.
Wired Staff author
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The Quantified Ovary

On this week's show, Arielle Pardes charts Silicon Valley's growing fascination with technology for enabling women to track their fertility.
Wired Staff author
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As Easy As Riding a Bike (to Work)

"Bikes" Calore makes a case for why everyone should bike more-and tells you the gear you need to do it right.
Lauren Goode author
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Google's Human-Robot Caller

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we discuss Google's mind-blowing demo of artificial intelligence at its annual developers conference.
Lauren Goode author
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The Virtual Insanity of F8

This week is all about Facebook's F8 developer conference: New dating features, AI ethics, and VR magic.
Wired Staff author
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Quite the Spectacles

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we hear about Lauren and Arielle's adventures with Snap's new Spectacles.
Wired Staff author
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Daily Drivers

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we discuss the products and gadgets in our lives that mean the most to us.
Wired Staff author
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Our Yikes Phase

We discuss Facebook's future relationship with its users, and with the governments who seek to regulate it.
Wired Staff author
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The (Near) Future of PCs

Laptops are getting mobile processors and behaving more like phones. How will that change the way we use them?
Wired Staff author
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You Know, for Kids

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we ask: Can Apple re-win the hearts and minds of educators?
Wired Staff author
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The Uber Crash

On this Gadget Lab podcast, Alex Davies and Aarian Marshall join us to discuss the latest news in self-driving car safety.
Wired Staff author
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Raise Your Glasses

On this Gadget Lab podcast, we discuss augmented reality and the hype around smart glasses.
Wired Staff author
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Total Clips

The innovative Google Clips camera uses AI to take fun, short videos of your family.
Wired Staff author
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All About HomePod

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we discuss Apple's HomePod and tell you whether it's worth your Satoshis.
Wired Staff author
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Two Years of Hell

Our guest, WIRED editor in chief Nick Thompson, talks about Facebook, fake news, Russian propaganda, politics, and journalism.
Wired Staff author
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Extra Sticky

We discuss addictive smartphone apps and the science behind technology addiction.
Wired Staff author
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Let's Talk About Cars

We discuss the latest in autonomous car tech, electric driving, and why China is the future of the auto industry.
Wired Staff author
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The News

News consumption habits are changing, and not only because of Facebook. But mostly because of Facebook.
Wired Staff author
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How Diversity-Promoting ‘Shine Theory’ Improves Design

A discussion about diversity in product design with Google's Lilian Rincon. Recorded live at CES 2018.
Wired Staff author
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Live From CES

We report on the state of the smart home, live from CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wired Staff author
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All the Tech That Died

We talk about the services, apps, and companies that went belly-up in 2017.
Wired Staff author
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The Best Stuff

The editors of WIRED talk about some of their favorite products from 2017.
Wired Staff author
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But Your Emails

This week, a discussion about the humanizing effect of your inbox.
Wired Staff author
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Quantum Browsing

This week, the hosts welcome Mozilla's Nick Nguyen, the VP of product for Firefox.
Wired Staff author
17.11.2017

Pain in the Ear

This week, the hosts marvel at the speed with which headphones are becoming stand-alone computers.
Wired Staff author
10.11.2017

Hashtag History

A special episode recounting the day in 2007 when hashtags arrived on Twitter.
Wired Staff author
3.11.2017

iPhone X-Rated

This week, the hosts discuss the Apple iPhone X. And we teach you how to pronounce it.
Wired Staff author
27.10.2017

Which Laptop Should I Buy?

This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, the hosts discuss Chromebooks, the Pixelbook, iPads, and (ugh) regular laptops.
Wired Staff author
20.10.2017

Voices Carry

This week, the hosts discuss new Alexa-powered speakers from Sonos and Ultimate Ears.
Wired Staff author
5.10.2017

Google Recap

Google is now truly a hardware player, but it has a powerful AI software engine running across all of its gadgets.
Wired Staff author
13.09.2017

Scenes From Cupertino

We recap all of the news from Apple, offer analysis of the iPhone X, and give you advice about which iPhone to buy.
Michael Calore author
8.09.2017

Apple Preview

The hosts open their iPhones and ask Siri to predict what's coming from Apple on Tuesday.
Wired Staff author
1.09.2017

Toy Wars

It's a special Force Friday edition of the show this week, with guest Brendan Nystedt.
Wired Staff author
25.08.2017

Note to Self

On this week's Gadget Lab podcast, we run down the news on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Michael Calore author
18.08.2017

New Phone, Who Dis?

The Essential Android phone hits the market in a couple of weeks. Here's what you need to know about it.
Wired Staff author
11.08.2017

Mickey's Out

This week: Disney ditches Netflix, bundles await, and Facebook makes TV now.
Wired Staff author
4.08.2017

The iPhone of Cars

We talk about the Tesla Model 3, the forthcoming iPhone, and how to spend that money burning a hole in your pocket.
Wired Staff author
28.07.2017

Muzzle Your Phone Before It Eats You Alive

Notifications and how to kill them all, this week on the Gadget Lab Podcast.
Wired Staff author
21.07.2017

Talkin’ Glass with Steven Levy

Steven Levy tells us how factory workers are taking advantage of Google's "assisted reality" wearable to streamline their production and training.
Wired Staff author
14.07.2017

On Vacation With My AI

This week, the hosts explore the somewhat useful, frequently frustrating world of travel apps.
Wired Staff author