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vendredi 28 septembre 2018, 17:19
We've got skins, pets, and spooky purple lights everywhere—and even some stuff that isn't 'Fortnite.'
A new report details dozens of vulnerabilities across seven models of voting machines—all of which are currently in use.
When you bounce a tennis ball off a moving basketball, the tennis ball goes careening off at high speed. Here's why that happens.
Opinion: Digital identification systems are meant to aid the marginalized. Actually, they're ripe for abuse.
An internet-enabled mechanical keyboard that brings web and device notifications to your fingertips.
After seven years, the country's grand experiment—turning its official Twitter account over to its citizens—comes to a close.
The phenomenon has become more frequent in recent years—but while they're always enjoyable, they may be undermining the shows they're part of.
The city has reduced its trash more than any other American metropolis. But eliminating all garbage, it turns out, is an impractical goal.
In an interview with WIRED's editor in chief, Margrethe Vestager says Amazon, Apple, Google, and other tech giants can’t use their success to harm rivals.
Darpa is calling it the Subterranean Challenge, but you may as well call it the Death to All Robots Challenge.
When Christine Blasey Ford spoke to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday morning, Erin Schaff was one of the few photographers in the room
As Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh stood before Congress in turn, filter bubbles on the left and the right saw very different pictures.
The Tesla CEO is being charged with 'making false and misleading statements.'
jeudi 27 septembre 2018, 23:47
Cities like you've never seen them.
For the first time, a so-called UEFI rootkit has been spotted in the wild. And it appears to come from Russia.
But she does wish she could wed Will *and* Jada.
Lettuce contaminated with pathogens have sickened and killed people. But the FDA has shelved Obama-era plans to test the culprit: farms’ irrigation water.
HimToo has meant many things over the last three years. The latest is a hashtag hijacking, like #AllLivesMatter, spawned as a sexist rebuttal to Christine Blasey Ford.
Over two days in Bentonville, Arkansas, the new aerial mobility nobility gathered away from the public eye to craft strategies for launching the next age of aviation.
The company’s new challenge is a PR stunt. It’s also a useful way to learn about the quirks of user behavior.
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