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vendredi 5 octobre 2018, 15:00
An off-road e-bike that's as beastly on the single-track as it is on paper.
Everything you need to know about George Soros, Pizzagate, and the Berenstain Bears.
Onewheel's latest board is more for action sports enthusiasts than casual commuters.
A new review looks at more than 1,000 studies of potential oceanic solutions to climate change. A good idea? Wind energy. Maybe not so good? Loading the sea with iron.
Ultimately, it fails because it doesn't know which one it wants to be.
Tesla's report finds drivers using Autopilot crash nearly seven times less often than the general population, but safety experts aren't convinced.
And that’s really great news for the humans developing self-driving trucks.
jeudi 4 octobre 2018, 22:58
A blockbuster report from Bloomberg says that China has compromised servers used by major US companies. It's a problem that experts have long feared, and still don't know how to resolve.
African swine fever is eliminating entire herds in China and Europe. But few surveillance systems capture animal pathogens, even when humans are aiding their spread.
Stefani Germanotta has portrayed more than just a global pop icon—she's popped up in a handful of genre projects too.
The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt in Braunschweig is committed to metrology.
A new indictment details how Russian agents camped outside hotels when remote hacking efforts weren't enough.
Two types of mushroom seem to help bees fight a major virus contributing to colony collapse disorder.
Crawl dungeons, experience the rapture, and learn to be a dad with our favorite PlayStation 4 games.
The state’s Air Resources Board passes new measures that reinforce its vehicle emissions rules—and maintain its collision course with the federal government.
These mosquitoes are monstrous in size, hyperaggressive, and hatching by the millions in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
The Washington-based startup is using a modified helicopter engine to generate power, supplementing the batteries packed in its fuselage.
From an epic account of the online drug market Silk Road, to a poignant tale about a man seeking intimacy with his robot clone, these stories will blow your mind. Again.
Historian Yuval Noah Harari and ethicist Tristan Harris discuss the future of artificial intelligence with WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson.
mercredi 3 octobre 2018, 23:51
If you didn't get a message from the president on your phone Wednesday, don't freak out.
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