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mardi 11 septembre 2018, 21:42
The Crispr-Cas9 intellectual property battle forced scientists to innovate quickly, rendering the expensive, drawn-out legal process nearly irrelevant.
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Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou traveled the world documenting the transhumanist subculture.
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The German musician builds robots that make sound, then orchestrates them to create unique and funky dance tracks.
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Mobile Virtual Network Operators, which serve largely low-income users, have little to gain from the Sprint/T-Mobile merger. They're advocating for it because of a secret agenda: fear of the new telecom overlords.
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It's leading a group of 30 cities that will work together to get better deals on electric cars.
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Wildfires would be much less destructive if forests were managed actively, with controlled burns and by culling trees and undergrowth. But someone has to pay for that.
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Flipd is designed to build awareness of all the ways you subconsciously waste time on your phone.
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Your iPhone's software is about to get a refresh. Here are the most important new features to learn about now.
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Everything you ever wanted to know about headsets, Oculus, Magic Leap, and simulator sickness.
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It's a cargo van! It's a passenger van! It's the Vision Urbanetic, and it's part of Mercedes' bid for the future of transportation.
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Security researchers have detailed how a criminal hacking gang used just 22 lines of code to steal credit card info from hundreds of thousands of British Airways customers.
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Security researchers have detailed how a criminal hacking gang used just 22 lines of code to steal credit card info from hundreds of thousands of British Airways customers.
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lundi 10 septembre 2018, 19:00
Weak encryption in the cars' key fobs allows all-too-easy theft, but you can set a PIN code on your Tesla to protect it.
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Not, like, a medical doctor, though. The time-traveling kind.
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The shaggy-dog tale is so stylistically at odds with fellow nominee 'Teddy Perkins' that it proves just how elastic this show can be.
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New iPhones are on their way, and probably a new Watch too.
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For now, the company's new Metal Jet printers make key fobs and other doodads. But one day they could create car parts.
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Upcoming 'service' satellites will be like doctors for older, ailing satellites. Should they take the Hippocratic oath?
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Apple’s Face ID turned facial recognition into the iPhone’s hottest feature. A year later, the technology is ready to break through to new applications.
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Researchers have taught a robot to fish for boots, like in the cartoons. That could be big news for robots still struggling to get a grip on our complicated world.
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