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The series Wired tells the story of a single mom who got a promotion at the bank that she works out. It turns out she was promoted because a group of robbers want to use her past actions to involve her in a conspiracy to rob the bank. Her safety and the safely of her family come into question as the robbers get ready to put their plan into action.

Conde Nast Digital
2 Seasons, 21 Episodes
June 12, 2009
Science & Technology, Web Originals
6.7/10
Cast: Riz Ahmed, Charlie Brooks, Sacha Dhawan, Helena Fox
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  • Marketing media lab Obscura Digital will install a 360-degree interactive video experience into a Las Vegas penthouse suite. It'll use 10 computers, 11 video projectors and a few scantily clad dancers.

  • Marketing media lab Obscura Digital specializes in projects like mapping buildings with light, and creating interactive pool tables and touchscreen displays of rock memorabilia.

  • Computational artist Camille Utterback creates interactive art that responds to viewers' gestures and movements using computers, projectors, lights and video cameras. She's the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship.

  • Topspin Media CEO Ian Rogers gives advice on how to survive in the new music business.

  • 'The Death of Bunny Munro' is a novel and an audiobook, it's also an iPhone app. The app combines text, the story (read by author Nick Cave), music (scored by Nick Cave) and video (of Nick Cave).

  • The PSPgo boasts beautiful hardware and a slim, sleek new design, but its inability to connect to old PSP accessories and play old PSP games leaves us wondering if it's a smart investment.

  • Robert Carlyle discusses his character, 'Dr. Nicholas Rush' in the upcoming series 'Stargate Universe', and explains why he's fed up with the British film industry.

  • Wired editors have a portable media device-off. What will be the deciding factor? Video camera or large 16x9 screen?

  • Great graphics, tense action, gorgeous environments, witty dialogue...is Uncharted 2 the killer app of the PlayStation 3? We talk to Richard Lemarchand, co-lead game designer, about this hotly anticipated title.

  • We review the Vibram FiveFingers, a creepy looking "footglove" designed to protect your feet, but keep your step completely natural.

  • Tony Hawk's new game comes with an actual skateboard (minus the wheels). Ride is about as close as you're going to get to actual skating, without breaking yourself! We asked the Bird Man why he thinks this is the ultimate skateboarding game.

  • Avant-garde cellist Zoe Keating demonstrates her intricately layered compositions. Using a computer, some 'janky code', a cello and her imagination, the classically trained musician shapes her music into something wonderful.

  • This week, Game|Life checks out 'Rock Band Unplugged'. Using only the PSP's normal button configuration, this mobile version of 'Rock Band' has acquired new features reminiscent of games like Sony's 'Frequency' and 'Amplitude'.

  • Wired Science takes you on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. You'll visit the bone room and the fur room, where the big mammals are kept. You'll see capybara furs, komodo dragon skins, and whale skulls.

  • Game|Life's Chris Kohler interviews old-school gamers Al Alcorn (Pong) and Ralph Baer (Odyssey), plus God of War: Chains of Olympus.

  • Chris Kohler weighs in on the award winners of GDC's Independent Games Festival: Fez, Synaesthete and Crayon Physics Deluxe.

  • Wired's Lore Sjöberg takes on superheroines, and dishes out fashion tips to the Hulk. Look out, Wonder Woman and Batgirl!

  • Wired's Lore Sjöberg dives into the "Legend of Zelda" for a look at Link's boomerangs, swords, bombs and other tools of destruction. Cartoons and commentary.

  • A preview of 'inFamous', a Playstation 3 game in which you are a superhero who controls the power of lightning. Will you choose to be good or evil?

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