WIRED Magazine...Featured at WWDC and as App of the Week! Download the WIRED Magazine app (US edition) now featuring a Free Preview with selected full articles from the June and July issues of WIRED. Simply launch the app and swipe right to buy July. If already showing \"Installed,\" go to your \"Updates,\" accept, launch, and swipe.
Inside the July issue of Wired: Sit inside the cockpits of some of the world\'s most amazing vehicles. See the results of the WIRED Makeover: a media room, garage, and home office outfitted with the latest cool tech. Watch actor Michael Cera interview director Edgar Wright.
It's the WIRED vision of how technology is changing the world, and it's only on the iPad.
Other July issue highlights:
· An exclusive profile of Google founder Sergey Brin and his race to find a cure for Parkinson\'s before the disease strikes him. · The story of the urinal that could save the world-if only the plumbers union would get out of the way. · A report on the secrets of Alcoholics Anonymous. It helps drunks get sober, but no one really understands how. · Tested and rated, 39 great new products that will let you make the most of summer.
And other exclusive iPad features:
· A video tour of Montreal\'s automatic trash disposal system. · The most dangerous object in the WIRED office, in action. · Expanded slide shows, video, and more.
New this month, you can download back issues of WIRED from inside the application.
In the June 2010 issue of WIRED: Go behind the scenes of Pixar's Toy Story 3. Spin our interactive Mars map to see the human impact on the Red Planet. Hang out in the recording studio with Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor. And much more.
If you purchased the first version of the WIRED Magazine application, you don't have to repurchase the June 2010 content - it will be there for you to download inside the application for free.
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