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dimanche 30 septembre 2018, 15:00
Plus, a secret cabal of flying car advocates, and a bridge that soldiers can build in 12 minutes.
Adriene Hughes didn't just make beautiful images—she quilted over them to evoke how nature feels.
Plus an Alexa-enabled microwave, the GoPro Hero 7 Black, and more.
Plantronics finally updated my platonic ideal of wireless running headphones.
Two mathematicians say they found a glaring hole in a proof that has convulsed the math community for years.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch puts old features in a new smartwatch.
Musk loses some control over the electric carmaker—and his Twitter account.
samedi 29 septembre 2018, 16:41
The Facebook breach, 3-D printed guns on Broadway, and more security news this week.
Nebula’s stellar wind and the cold core of the Milky Way are this week’s stars.
The YouTube star's debut novel caused him to grapple with the dehumanizing nature of celebrity.
Podcasting is an art, every choice subtle and intentional. When you blow through an episode, you’re gutting the experience of its hard-won nuance and cadence.
Weekend deals from our favorite Neato robot vacuum, Patagonia jacket, Amazon streaming TV devices, and more.
The Hurom H-AI juicer has a self-feeding auger that works very well. But you probably don't need one in your kitchen.
Yes, someone created a car with bike pedals where the normal pedals should be.
Investors in Tesla and other Musk ventures should know that the CEO does not always hew to the literal truth.
The social networking giant confirmed Friday that sites you use Facebook to login to could have been accessed as a result of its massive breach.
A federal proposal to freeze cars' emissions standards argues that climate change isn't worth fighting at the tailpipe, but scientific research suggests otherwise.
vendredi 28 septembre 2018, 22:41
The Tesla CEO’s decision to refuse an SEC settlement sets him up for battle against the government, and shareholders aren't happy.
The Gadget Lab team talks to WIRED editor and author Peter Rubin about the new Oculus Quest. Also: Why the SEC is suing Elon Musk.
Up to 50 million Facebook users were affected—and possibly 40 million more—when hackers compromised the social network's systems.
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