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vendredi 12 octobre 2018, 15:00
Opinion: This Big Oil-backed climate tax is something Republicans and Democrats can agree on.
They nearly went extinct with the decline of the DVD, but now filmmaker commentaries are back and better than ever.
Estimating answers to everyday physics problems is an art form. Here's one tip: learn to ignore what you don't know.
By turns intimate and bombastic, it's the perfect film for cerebral cinephiles and IMAX-loving space odyssey lovers.
Can’t be in San Francisco for our 25th anniversary bash? Here’s how you can join the fun, wherever you are.
The salmon-snatching grizzlies of Katmai National Park delight the internet—and obscure the big marketing business behind them.
We're partnering with ProPublica to collect and analyze political ads on Facebook with a simple browser extension you can install, too
The software giant, whose former CEO once called Linux a 'cancer,' will let others use 60,000 patents for Linux-related open source projects.
What's really scary is that as climate change brings fiercer storms, more places must learn to prepare for disaster.
Automated systems take into account thousands of variables to make decisions that affect our lives. People are calling for more transparency in AI, but not everyone agrees on what constitutes a fair explanation.
jeudi 11 octobre 2018, 21:53
A new video of Atlas, the company's two-legged robot, shows off its agility as it bounds up a platform.
Previously, 'Fortnite' on Android had been available only to Samsung devices and as a limited beta. As of now, everyone can have a turn.
Consumer genomics is making it easier than ever to identify individuals from anonymous DNA databases. Even if you’ve never spit in a tube.
The spacecraft’s failure minutes after launch—the second mishap in recent months—raises questions about how people will travel to and from the space station.
Even this year's most accomplished debut, 'The Poppy War,' spends its first half in a structural school daze.
The phenomenon known as 'rapid intensification' used to be rare. With climate change, this most deadly type of hurricane is becoming more common.
An unusual new instrument can peer inside a living mammalian embryo and watch its cells grow.
As technology like Google Duplex continues to offload more basic human interaction to robots, it’s worth wondering what else might get lost in the process.
Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students takes place at the US Space and Rocket Center each fall.
Researchers armed with a very fun kind of cannon have shown that drones have potential to do serious damage to aircraft.
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