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mardi 17 avril 2018, 16:00
The black-and-white game is a minimalist triumph, paring the 2D adventure genre down to only its most compelling, most satisfying components.
The young chef explains his wood-fire cooking technique ahead of the opening of his new Chicago restaurant, Pacific Standard Time.
Celebrating what might have been the very first podcast to capitalize on the medium’s unique capacity to conjure intimacy.
Cargo-shipping regulators have struck a historic deal to set their dirty fuel-burning industry on a low-carbon course.
A few ways to help keep the footage of your kids away from mean old hackers.
Inside the sprawling new facility that wants to help small cannabis farmers survive the invasion of Big Cannabis.
A new breed of chips incorporate artificial intelligence into relatively cheap cameras, enabling new apps but also more ubiquitous surveillance.
Among those involved in David Pokora's so-called Xbox Underground, one would become an informant, one would become a fugitive, and one would end up dead.
Watching pornography in virtual reality changes the experience dramatically: You feel like you're actually there. That triggers empathy rather than distance.
TESS is designed to find and study the exoplanets closest to Earth.
By scolding Russia for what looks like typical espionage, the US and UK are blurring red lines in cybersecurity.
White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce will follow homeland security advisor Tom Bossert out the door, leaving the Trump administration adrift on cybersecurity policy.
lundi 16 avril 2018, 23:41
The new Pixar movie has a trailer that makes you think about how teaching math *really* works.
A new holographic technology promises to replace expensive medical imaging. But it might also blur individual human identities.
To spectators, Mark Zuckerberg's appearance before Congress marked a crisis at Facebook. To tech's elite, it was a demonstration of how the Valley operates.
Rube-Goldbergesque IoT hacks are surprisingly simple to pull off—and can do a ton of damage.
The black-and-white portraits capturing more than 100 WIRED staff members in profile were created by New York–based artist Simone Noronha.
The photographs of Britney Spears, Donald Trump, and others aren't what they seem.
Almost none of them are about wigs.
This 360 camera plugs into your phone, making spherical imaging accessible to all.
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