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jeudi 17 janvier 2019, 12:00
Never-ending notifications. Pull-to-refresh rewards. There's no escape from surveillance capitalism.
PG&E’s electrical equipment likely caused California’s massive Camp Fire. That’s particularly maddening because science knows full well how to stop that.
OK, so it was never great in the first place. But the rise of rank nationalists could finally—perversely—spark an era of progress and cooperation for all humanity.
Collection #1 appears to be the biggest public breach yet, with millions of unique passwords sitting out in the open.
mercredi 16 janvier 2019, 23:53
Despite the backlash, the fact that the Gillette ad exists at all is an undeniable sign of progress.
The 'Google of Russia' showed up in Vegas with a bold and daring demonstration of what a Moscow-trained robot Moscow can do.
Antibiotics are still massively overprescribed, a new study shows. With no new drugs in sight, some scientists are turning to Crispr for a reboot.
We know a lot about the “what” of the Mueller probe’s findings. The crucial questions now focus on the “why.”
Protesters have created satirical newspapers before, but the tactic comes with more baggage in the era of fake news.
Researchers use a fossil, fancy computer work, and a complex robot to tease apart how an early land-walking animal moved.
A new Pew survey also finds that more than 50 percent of Facebook users are uncomfortable with how the company collects their information for ads.
For his book Universe, photographer Jos Jansen documented a neutrino-detecting orb, data visualizations, and other ambitious projects in the Netherlands.
From custom skis to the ultimate in-bounds backpack, everything you need to make the most of powder days.
From classics like Zojirushii, Yeti, and Stanley to new mugs from OtterBox and Snow Peak, I tried a ton of travel tumblers this winter. These are the best.
Epic Games has since patched the attack, which would have allowed attackers to view account info, listen in on in-game conversations, and more.
In wildfire-prone cities and towns, increasingly worried residents are banding together to prevent future disasters.
A bot trained to beat poker stars could offer strategic lessons to generals simulating a future war.
New tabletop sensors could be sensitive enough to glimpse gravitational waves and even dark matter particles.
You probably won’t enjoy reading about President Trump getting it on with Mike Pence (or Putin, or Shrek), but you’re not really supposed to.
From potential nation state hacks to a brain drain, the shutdown has done nothing good for cybersecurity.
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