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jeudi 9 décembre 2021, 00:23
The Russia-led campaign was a wake-up call to the industry, but there's no one solution to the threat.
mercredi 8 décembre 2021, 22:30
They’re still spendy, but they’re a serious upgrade for anyone looking to make better espresso at home.
The “Few-Shot Learner” system doesn’t need to see as many examples to identify troublesome posts, and it works in more than 100 languages.
The move delivers a blow to the hackers behind sophisticated attacks on government agencies, think tanks, and other organizations.
Unless you manually opt out of the program, Verizon will store personal information and create user interest profiles.
The playbook of the “alt-right” is guiding a new generation of fringe jihadists, showing just how complicated extremism is about to become online.
I’d been avoiding the game for years because I feared it would take over my life. Now I don’t mind if it does.
It's not without flaws, but this cute, pedal-less scooter heralds a new era in ebike transportation.
We tried out the gadgets that kept showing up in our feeds. Here are the ones that deserve the hype—and would make awesome presents.
A new study modeling storm behavior under a warmer climate finds Boston and Norfolk will face higher risk from floods as they crawl along the East Coast.
Many solar and wind projects face a problem: getting the energy from where it’s made to where it’s needed.
mardi 7 décembre 2021, 20:00
WIRED spoke to the team at Bungie about bringing the iconic rocket launcher back to the franchise—partnering with Nerf to make one you can hold.
Gig workers are asking to see the algorithms that govern their labor. Their fight has important lessons for creating equitable workplaces for all.
The spatial audio that comes out of these gaming headphones is impressive, but cheap hardware makes it a tough sell.
A years-long effort to validate key cancer biology hit roadblocks and found problems. But maybe this will incentivize scientists to share data.
The first wearable exoskeleton available to consumers is meant to level up your workout. Amazingly, it works—if you're OK with the stares and jeers.
Crashes, nuisance, and clutter are creating hostility to the industry’s startups. Scandinavian cities are forcing them to change course.
It is both silly and absolutely wonderful to call friends and family on a plastic childhood toy.
The country’s unearthly landscapes have caught the attention of scientists planning for future missions to Mars and the moon.
lundi 6 décembre 2021, 18:52
WIRED readers can get their first bag from Atlas Coffee Club—and an additional sampler—for just the cost of shipping.
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