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mercredi 5 juin 2019, 14:00
Scientists have debated for decades whether the propulsion concept known as EmDrive is real or wishful thinking. A sensitive new tool may at last provide an answer.
The doctored video of Speaker Pelosi proves there’s still no consensus on how to address false content. Could long-standing practices for thwarting spam provide guidance?
The new rubber has specially designed threads to hush the pesky 'pattern noise' that's especially noticeable in cars without loud engines.
Everything you need to know about SETI, the Drake equation, ’Oumuamua, and hot tubs.
If you're tired of Apple's Mac desktops or MacBook laptops, consider these Windows and Linux-powered options.
mardi 4 juin 2019, 23:54
Many corporations see climate change posing a significant threat to their business within the decade, according to a new report.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Hey, things could be worse.
Apple announced new health and fitness features for its wearable that make the Apple Watch uniquely powerful as a personal monitoring tool.
The SEC filed a complaint against social media company Kik, claiming that it improperly marketed its 2017 initial coin offering as an investment vehicle.
From Megan Thee Stallion to Tyler, the Creator, these seven songs should be on everyone's playlists this season.
Apple's new single-sign-on scheme has benefits that its competitors seem unlikely to match.
It almost certainly doesn’t involve Amazon employees selecting products they think are the best.
The faster-than-light travel in *Star Wars* involves some otherworldly acceleration. Here's how to calculate the g-forces of a hyperspace jump.
In science fiction, time passes in funny ways—vastly slowed down, insanely sped up. Maybe this trope is the secret to eternal life in the real world.
You don't have a lot of financial metrics to go on, but yes, the team is very, very important. Also, look for good ideas that look like bad ideas.
New York is poised to become the next battleground in the fight for consumers' rights over their personal data.
Before a Hot Wheels car hits a store shelf, it must pass the 'launcher on speed 2' test, and the 'side slam launcher' test, among others.
From the delicate engineering of the landing module to the self-contained globe of the spacesuit, the astronauts took the world with them—and brought another one home.
In Fall; or, Dodge in Hell: A Novel, the sci-fi author tracks our inevitable descent into AR-enabled filter bubbles—only to leave it all behind.
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