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mardi 10 avril 2018, 01:32
Ignoring the regulations that govern motorsports, the 919 Hybrid Evo beat F1 champ Lewis Hamilton's record time at Belgium's famed Spa Francorchamps track.
lundi 9 avril 2018, 22:08
The new trailer looks amazing—that doesn't mean the movie will be.
The InSight lander will probe beneath the surface of Mars to understand its geology—unless humans contaminate it first.
Some network communication protocol vulnerabilities have been known for more than a decade and still aren't fixed. Now they're being exploited.
Facebook has released a tool that lets you see if you were caught up in the Cambridge Analytica fiasco—and what other apps know about you know.
If you're on the prowl for a new Android, Galaxy, or iPhone, read our full guide to the best smartphones of 2018.
A new study from Pew Research shows that the bulk of links on Twitter don't come from actual humans.
The acquisition signals that Uber wants to be more than just taxi substitute.
The Somnox is a fuzzy, bean-shaped robot that mimics human breathing to help the human holding it fall asleep.
The cast of the new anthology film might be headed to a diner near you.
In every game, the experience only holds up as far as you can see it. In 'Far Cry 5,' the experience doesn't even hold up that far.
WIRED Columnist Robert Wright on what Steven Pinker’s new bestseller 'Enlightment Now' gets wrong about our polarized politics.
It works sort of like noise-cancelling headphones, eliminating bumps with movement in the opposite direction.
In complaint to the FTC, child-health, privacy, and consumer groups say YouTube is targeting kids improperly.
dimanche 8 avril 2018, 18:54
I was a passenger onboard a companion flight on March 11. Locked to the downed craft, the victims didn't stand a chance.
Got milk? From pocket pumps to Wi-Fi-enabled devices, we have the right pick for you.
Last week social media spent an awful lot of time talking about old media. Twist!
Opinion: The Cambridge Analytica scandal makes it clear: The US needs to pass a privacy law that gives consumers the protections they deserve.
A technique based on genetic bar codes can easily map the connections of individual brain cells in unprecedented numbers. Unexpected complexity in the visual system is only the first secret it has revealed.
The vehicles will need updates—forever.
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