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lundi 27 février 2017, 18:00
Survival, as you may have noticed, demands a certain degree of moral flexibility. The post Walking Dead Recap Season 7, Episode 11: The Perks of Being the Vikings of the Zombie Apocalypse appeared first on WIRED.
Even if you like meat, it's hard not to wonder if animals understand what happens to them. The post Are Some Animals So Smart You Shouldn't Eat Them? appeared first on WIRED.
For 50 years, scientists have known that Wolbachia can cause sterility in mosquitoes and other insects. But now they finally understand exactly how it works. The post A Bizarre Bacteria Could Be the Key to Controlling Mosquitoes appeared first on WIRED.
If it looks sci-fi, that's on purpose. The post Meet the Self-Driving Car Built for Human-Free Racing appeared first on WIRED.
Sitting in the balcony, we were witness to one of the strangest, most surprising moments in Academy Awards history. The post How the Oscars Best Picture Screw-Up Really Felt Inside the Theater appeared first on WIRED.
IDG The SoundSource menu provides access to nearly all sound settings in one place and at a glance. Shaving off annoyances in macOS is always worth a few bucks, and if you manipulate audio sources and volumes frequently, it should be worth $10. Rogue Amoeba’s...
Bringing a group of unsuspecting tourists into the theater wasn't just the prelude to an offensive moment—it was a small distillation of a larger issue. The post Last Night's Oscars Tour Bus Bit Underscored a Deep Divide appeared first on WIRED.
This is the first entry in our new series Is That a Thing, in which we explore tech's biggest myths, misconceptions, and---every so often---actual truths. The post No, Cellphones Don't Cause Cancer. Probably appeared first on WIRED.
How hard is it to make a tennis ball? A lot more complicated than you think. The post Tour the Factory That Cranks Out 90 Million Tennis Balls a Year appeared first on WIRED.
One of the best ways LG takes advantage of its unique 18:9 display is in the camera. Let's take a closer look.
A <em>Guardians of the Galaxy</em> helmet with built-in Bluetooth headphones is the new way to chillax on the subway. The post I Am Groot* appeared first on WIRED.
The book lays bare the interconnectedness of the visual world, spanning time and geography and bridging hundreds of seemingly unrelated subjects. The post Graphic: 500 Designs That Matter Is Like Time Travel for Design Nerds appeared first on WIRED.
It turns out, the tools for hunting dark matter help nuclear watchdogs look inside nuclear reactors. The post How to Use Dark Matter Detectors to Catch a Uranium Thief appeared first on WIRED.
It will run on your in-car navigation system—and learn a lot more about you. The post Waze Digs Into Your Car's Dashboard appeared first on WIRED.
98: End of Newton - 01: Apple's Internet strategy - 02: Professional elitism and gatekeeping - 03: Fighting spam with Bayesian filtering - Creating an RSS news feed - Recovering from the FireWire hot swap fiasco - 04: What gets bigger as it gets smaller? The hard drive - 07: ...
dimanche 26 février 2017, 19:00
The 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Book represents the bleeding edge of the tablet-as-laptop space. The post Samsung's New Windows Tablet Is Your Laptop's Worst Nightmare appeared first on WIRED.
I am running Sierra 10.12.3. With other apps, when I Control-Click on an icon in the dock I get a list that matches Open Recent in the app itself. In Pages however I have an obsolete list that I cannot remove. I cleared the menu in Pages. The old list in the dock remains....
The Finnish giant doubles down on big Android phones. But also, there's a new 3310
The G5 and G5 Plus make a compelling case for continuing Motorola's tradition of making Android phones that you can't believe are this cheap. The post Motorola's Killer Cheap Phones Just Keep Getting Better appeared first on WIRED.
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