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Les dernières news pour les Geeks
samedi 18 août 2018, 16:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYEbhDXgElQ At this week's B-Sides Manchester security conference, James Williams gave a talk called 'Next-gen AV vs my shitty code,' in which he systematically revealed the dramatic shortcomings of anti-virus products that people pay good...
Long-time Slashdot reader AmiMoJo writes: The European Parliament accepted a resolution to lengthen consumer goods and software's longevity, a counter to the alleged planned obsolescence process built into a lot of products. The European Parliament now wants the European...
Bill Donohue, the president of the ultra-conservative Catholic League, has called the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's report on the official coverups of the priestly rape of children an 'obscene lie,' insisting that rape was relatively rare, because most of the sexual abuse...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWb5tNZUe5s When you die, your relatives will be sad and (depending on the circumstances of your death) possibly left scrambling to make arrangements for your remains, effects, and estate. (more…)
Des scientifiques d'une université américaine ont conçu une méthode permettant de visualiser le contenu d'un sac grâce au Wi-Fi. Elle permet même de repérer des objets dangereux. [Lire la suite]
Enlarge / The boardgame for the book is better crowd? (credit: Charlie Theel) Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com. Few moments linger in my brain like a particular scene in...
On this Tanzanian archipelago, conservation and economic development are intertwined.
'Once marijuana is legalized in Canada, how will police test for pot impairment?' CBC Comedy sketch comedy series 22 Minutes humorously imagines what a pot sobriety test might look like, cookie dough and all.
Regrets, we've had a few. Exploding phones. Just plain useless phones. Unstable devices and not-very-smart devices. Hardware that was obsolete before we got it setup. Stuff we wish we'd never heard of.
The big gunsImage by Flavio EnsikiFresh gear comes fast and furious in the wide-open world of PC hardware—so quickly that even computing faithful like us can’t possibly cover it all. But nobody wants to miss out on an interesting launch! So welcome to “This week’s...
Whether you're set to give the toast at your best friend's wedding or a presentation at work, you'll be relying on those public speaking lessons you slept through during high school. Scary thought, right? Thankfully, the Public Speaking Bundle is loaded with hacks, tips,...
Enlarge / Google's Pixelbook. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back this weekend with another round of deals to share. This time, we're putting our focus on back to school sales; yes, the little Arsians are heading back to campus in the...
The best tech and gaming deals this weekend: Apple, Bose, Beats, Galaxy Note 9, Roku, and more.
Author Michael Bishop's 'Rattlesnakes and Men' is about a town where everyone owns a dangerous ophidian.
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Reports from earlier this month claimed Google was working on products for the Chinese market, detailing plans for a search engine and news app that complied with the Chinese government's censorship and surveillance...
It's a complicated situation and a complicated subject. Maybe this will simplify things.
New cyberwar policy, body scanners in Los Angeles, and more of the week's top security news.
As spotted at 1st and Franklin yesterday by my friend Justin Wolfe.
3D character artist Miguel Vasquez brings fairly innocuous-looking cartoon characters into disturbing 3D 'life,' like he did with Homer Simpson, here. (more…)
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