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jeudi 27 septembre 2018, 20:20
In early interviews, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger knew they were being acquired by Facebook at the right moment. Another well timed move: their exit from Instagram.
Using lidar, archaeologists have mapped the previously unseen ruins of entire Maya cities, revealing new details of their complex civilizations.
At Oculus' annual developer conference, everything from the demos to the keynote language reinforced how important VR is to Facebook's long-term efforts.
By working collectively, an unlikely group in Southern California is defying the FCC and by building powerful (and affordable) internet infrastructure.
We’ve spent months riding and testing the best electric cargo bikes for every budget.
Magnix is testing a new motor designed specifically for aviation, which is lighter weight, and higher power.
Researchers wanted to know what cats would do with a large colony of rats in Brooklyn. The answer: Not much. But cats could still pose a huge threat to more vulnerable urban wildlife.
mercredi 26 septembre 2018, 23:50
Companies like Facebook use artificial intelligence to try to detect hate speech, but new research proves it’s a daunting task.
The company's chief privacy officer confirms that Project Dragonfly does in fact exist, but not much else.
Facebook's Oculus division wants more people in VR. The Quest, its new high-powered stand-alone headset, takes a flying leap in that direction.
Space companies and national agencies are all gunning to visit the moon and kick off a bustling lunar economy, but the business case is shaky.
Have you heard the one about the online comedy outlet trying to get a little less dependent on YouTube?
Coraline Ada Ehmke is the principal author of the Contributor Covenant, a code of conduct recently adopted by Linux.
The media has always been untrustworthy, frivolous, and immune to change. But inside these cycles of struggle are lessons about the real future of news.
Photographer Chan Dick captured remarkable images of 50-year-old specimens at the University of Hong Kong’s anatomy museum.
More container ships on Arctic sea routes will also mean more black soot... and more melting.
Apps need your explicit permission to access your smartphone's motion and light sensors. Mobile websites? Not so much.
HP adds a Ryzen processor and cuts some corners to deliver this low-cost 13-inch laptop.
When war and natural disasters like Hurricane Florence call for a quick crossing, military engineers hop to with one of their favorite tools—the improved ribbon bridge.
With grass-cutting robots growing increasingly popular in Europe, hedgehogs are more often getting trapped under their blades.
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