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mercredi 18 octobre 2017, 15:00
Political movements have always faced infiltration, but recent revelations point to a threat far different from sabotage.
The $300 drip machine from Breville offers many ways to tinker with the variables that go into brewing your morning cup.
Hospitals and med schools use fake corpses to teach anatomy, and the most lifelike model is the SynDaver Patient.
Rogue marathon runners are using social media to cheat their way into races—and it may not be a victimless crime.
University of Washington researchers have shown just how cheaply spies can exploit ad networks for fine-grained, individualized surveillance.
The T-Mobile/Sprint deal would not only raise prices, but also give cable companies a chance to control a wireless market.
Tesla's former VP of production breaks down exactly why you shouldn't be afraid to build your own products.
If you want to pick Evan Prodromou's brain, you'll have to pay him. In Evancoin.
Phenomenons like Me Too are great for Facebook—and that should give us pause. They’re exhausting us to the point where we cannot meaningfully act.
Scientists descend on the Boiling River in Yellowstone to hunt for Naegleria fowleri, the brain-eating amoeba that kills 97 percent of the humans it infects.
The $199 Sonos One is a great-sounding Sonos speaker you can command with your voice.
Volvo had unveiled the Polestar 1, a carbon fiber-wrapped, sleek challenge to Elon Musk.
mardi 17 octobre 2017, 23:04
Memo outlines steps Twitter plans to control hate and abuse on the service, including expanded definitions of nudity and more enforcement.
Six days after President Trump suggested revoking broadcast licenses, FCC Chair Ajit Pai says agency won't act based on content.
VR on the Oculus Rift + Touch is finally affordable.
The Krack Wi-Fi vulnerability exposes just how deeply broken IoT security really is—and just how limited the options are to repair it.
It wasn't about the power of technology, it was about how that power was wielded.
When software standards aren't open and available for researchers to vet, bad things happen. Just look at Krack.
ZTE made the foldable Axon M for people who want way more screen space on a phone that still fits in their pocket.
In their new book, scientist Kelly Weinersmith and *SMBC* cartoonist Zach Weinersmith give a wild glimpse into a future that may or may not involve space elevators and brain-computer interfaces.
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