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Condé Nast Digital WIRED Magazine

Condé Nast Digital WIRED Magazine

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It’s easier than ever to enjoy this groundbreaking monthly on your iPad. Just download the WIRED app for access to individual copies or to sign up for a subscription. If you’re already a print subscriber in the US or Canada, download the WIRED app to access the iPad edition for free. If you experience problems or have any questions, please contact us at 1(800)-967-2082. In the June issue of WIRED, senior editor Peter Rubin delivers the inside story of how the Oculus Rift became the virtual reality device of our dreams. From Star Trek’s holodeck to Neuromancer to Lawnmower Man, we’ve been longing for a truly immersive virtual experience for decades. Then inventor Palmer Luckey made it his mission, and we got the Rift. It’s about to change gaming, movies, TV, music, design, medicine, sex, sports, art, travel, social networking, education—and reality. Plus: • Special report: Creating the new 9/11 Museum • D-Wave’s controversial black box that may or may not be a quantum computer • Where the big tech companies get their fresh recruits • The surprising science of hangovers • The mechanical ballet of the new Porsche 911 Targa It’s the WIRED vision of how innovation is shaping the future, featuring content not available in the print magazine. Want more WIRED? Download back issues starting from June 2010. There are two digital subscription options: One-month subscription for $1.99, automatically renewed until canceled. One-year subscription for $19.99, automatically renewed until canceled. Payment for all purchases will be charged to your iTunes account at the confirmation of your purchase. CURRENT APP USERS: Once you install the latest version of the WIRED app and accept an upgrade to iOS 5, the WIRED icon on your iPad will disappear— you’ll now find WIRED in your Newsstand folder. Tap the image of our cover to read the latest issue and access your library. If you choose not to do both of these actions, the WIRED icon will remain on your device and the app will remain accessible through it. In addition, to take advantage of having the latest issue automatically downloaded on to your device, go into your Settings on your iPad, select “Store” and turn on the automatic download switch for the WIRED app. SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Please go to www.wired.com/go/appCDS for more information. see more...

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Marissa C.
Marissa C.
71 reviews
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I've been reading wired since college in the 90s. Granted, I'm a lil biased because it was totally cool whiten they named my college one of the most wired in the country. Tennessee state University, a small southern state owned school was more wired than Yale, Harvard or Stanford in '98! I'm a software engineer so that was big then.
Brianne R.
Brianne R.
248 reviews
I read it mostly online now, but the quality of the articles is still great. If anything, I think the quality of their content is even better in the digital format. That's not always the case with magazines, but Wired gets it right (one would hope, given their subject matter).
Maria A.
Maria A.
Marion, VA
213 reviews
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No matter what you desire and whether or not you are into technology, this magazine has a little bit of everything - including television line up for each season.
Morenike K.
Morenike K.
Bronx, NY
361 reviews
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When you want to be in the know about anything technology and to what is coming out they got it. I will recommend to anyone who is in love with technology
Jennifer R.
Jennifer R.
Kansas City, MO
131 reviews
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Wired always has good content and up to date information. I'm not a techie by any means but the magazine is always easy for me to understand and enjoy.
Natalie K.
Natalie K.
Marysville, OH
644 reviews
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This is a wonderful then subscription. They give you the latest text updates. The latest gaming and the latest news in the techie population.
Joanna F.
Joanna F.
267 reviews
Love this magazine. I still prefer a paper magazine to reading one online. Keeps me updated on what's happening in the tech world.
Michelle C.
Michelle C.
Weslaco, TX
157 reviews
It's an awesome magazine for those who are into tech stuff and love to explore that field its awesome i enjoy reading these!
Khushi P.
Khushi P.
223 reviews
This magazine is a very fun read! Very interesting articles to read from! I read it quite frequently!
Melody W.
Melody W.
Cedar park , TX
136 reviews
I love this magazine. I've been subscribed for almost 10 years now. It's one of the few magazines that don't have so many advertisements.
Irene G.
Irene G.
leganes
49 reviews
Is it worh it to subscribe to the magazine?
Emre Y.
Emre Y.
Brooklyn, NY
88 reviews
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This might be a general question but does anyone still feel the need to buy an actual magazine, especially Wired, when most of the content is available online?

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