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mercredi 7 novembre 2018, 21:24
At a developer event today, Samsung showed off a smartphone with a folding screen that points to a possible future for mobile computing.
Washington voters will likely shoot down a ballot initiative that would tax carbon emissions, but carbon pricing is still likely to reach the US.
Major environmental ballot measures passed in Florida and Nevada, but not in Washington and Arizona.
Forget haggis, whisky, and 'Braveheart.' This photo gallery shows the real Scotland—a country in eco-transition.
The new device has a sleeker design, more storage, an updated processor—and now it’s waterproof.
These are the Best Amazon Fire tablets. Do you use it around the house? Is it for your kids? Should you buy the Fire HD 8, the Fire HD 10, or another model? We've got the answers.
This month, HawkEye 360 will send up satellites that monitor the radio transmissions of ships, planes and other things on Earth, allowing them to be tracked by their communications.
Elon Musk's Model 3 is the 19th best-selling vehicle in the country, as 15-year-old Tesla moves beyond its niche.
The tech industry faces a notably less cozy environment in the Senate after election night, but the biggest changes could come under a Democratic House.
A win for marijuana in Michigan, Utah, and Missouri may foreshadow a win for cannabis nationwide.
We don't know how it works or how much it will cost, but we've heard it bends.
Americans watched their voting technology break down right in front of their eyes—or on social media—Tuesday, but it's too soon to tell if the problems reached historic proportions.
Here's how engineers might have deliberately derailed it.
mardi 6 novembre 2018, 22:54
Voting machines in one polling place had no power cords. The problems follow a big purge of voter rolls by the secretary of state, who is running for governor.
If Democrats take back the House on Tuesday, it will have been against all odds thanks to gerrymandering that has skewed so heavily toward Republicans.
Tinder, Ariana Grande, The Rock, and many more are exhorting the masses to cast their ballots.
AMD and Intel are combining modular pieces of silicon into a single chip, like assembling Lego blocks.
WIRED is looking out for the biggest stories, the most common hoaxes, and the likeliest sources of confusion as they emerge throughout the day.
Alphabet's longevity lab Calico trawled through Ancestry's massive genealogy database to study human longevity—and found that DNA matters less than people have long believed.
Picking the right iPhone has become an increasingly difficult choice, but this breakdown may help.
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