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vendredi 28 avril 2017, 17:00
April is one of the shorter months, but it was long on hot products. The post This Month's Must-Have Gear, From Phones to Turntables appeared first on WIRED.
Tech satire is everywhere this week—but hard punches aren't the same as smart ones. The post Satirizing Silicon Valley Should Be Easy. So Why’s It So Hard? appeared first on WIRED.
Marin County's 'Game of Floods' teaches citizens how to make tough decisions for the future. The post Game of Floods Is Like Settlers of Catan, Only It’s About Surviving Climate Change appeared first on WIRED.
BorgWarner's e-booster kills the much-hated turbo lag. The post A Little Fan That Fixes the Turbocharger's Biggest Problem appeared first on WIRED.
Amazon put Alexa inside a camera---one that could know more about you than you realize. The post Amazon's ‘Echo Look’ Could Snoop a Lot More Than Just Your Clothes appeared first on WIRED.
Alzheimer's is the result of a combination of risks you can and cannot control. Here's how to ground yourself before the next wave of Alzheimer's hysteria. The post When Is It Worth Worrying About Dementia? appeared first on WIRED.
Lenovo's business-centric laptop is back once again, now in its fifth generation. Nice machine, but the trackpad is lousy. The post Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon appeared first on WIRED.
What happens when fiction runs headlong into reality that's way weirder. The post Tom Hanks and Jack Dorsey Tumble Into The Circle's Endless Irony appeared first on WIRED.
Wind! Rain! Hail! Tornados! These Instagrams have it all. The post The Storm Chasers to Follow on Instagram appeared first on WIRED.
Researchers at the University of Michigan expose how an obscure feature of thousands of apps can give hackers remote access into your phone's most sensitive guts. The post An Obscure App Flaw Creates Backdoors In Millions of Smartphones appeared first on WIRED.
Jimmy Wales believes the crowd can fix what's wrong with the media. But is it really journalism? The post Hate the News? Wikipedia's Co-Founder Wants You to Edit It appeared first on WIRED.
jeudi 27 avril 2017, 23:55
Nuclear bunkers are selling fast in Japan. The post Photo of the Week: How to Transform Your Nuclear Bunker Into Paradise appeared first on WIRED.
Cognitive neuroscientist Anil Seth's talk about human consciousness was my TED moment. The post TED Day Three: The Mind-Scrambling TED Talk I Won't Stop Sharing appeared first on WIRED.
A new film project seeks to reconnect the elderly with the joys of everyday life. The post For Senior Citizens, the Future of VR Lies in the Past appeared first on WIRED.
The iOS game, and others like it, transforms your phone into a window to a more joyful plane of reality. The post Vignettes Invents a New Game Genre By Enchanting Your Phone appeared first on WIRED.
Making space seem real and beautiful isn't just marketing. It's good for science, too. The post How NASA Visualizes Stunning Worlds Without Really Seeing Them appeared first on WIRED.
Relying on companies to secure IoT at the device level hasn't worked. Cloudflare has a different approach. The post A Clever Plan to Secure the Internet of Things Could Still Have Big Drawbacks appeared first on WIRED.
After the grandeur of Solar Impulse 2's round-the-world flight, André Borschberg is ready to start small. The post Want Electric Airplanes? Sorry, But You Gotta Start Small and Boring appeared first on WIRED.
Five years ago, the feds would never let a computer deliver a drug that could kill you. Then they approved the artificial pancreas. The post Who'll Be the First to Meld With the Machines? Diabetics appeared first on WIRED.
When a cable is supported by the two ends, it will hang down a bit depending on the tension in the cable. How can you model this cable sag with a computer? The post Let’s Do the Shocking Physics of Why Power Lines Sag appeared first on WIRED.
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