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lundi 18 décembre 2017, 20:54
Now that 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is in theaters, it's time to begin dissecting it. Start here.
Observations suggest the interstellar asteroid is encased in a dry, carbon-rich crust that could have protected a water-ice core from being vaporized as it passed our sun.
'Battleship Island,' as it's known, has a tale almost dramatic as the plot of 'Skyfall.'
Between 'Ready Player One' and three (three!) Marvel movies hitting theaters, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for big movies.
The Shapa scale captures your health data over time. But don't expect it to show you any numbers.
The California Academy of Sciences is no static natural history museum—it's a place where living, breathing science happens. Well, sort of.
The best flu models still can't project the infection's trajectory more than a couple of weeks into the future. Here's how that could change.
WeWork is quietly recruiting startups to a project called Area 51 Paradise Ranch, an incubator and 'launchpad.'
Technology companies and other employers are crafting their own curricula and sharing them with colleges and universities.
dimanche 17 décembre 2017, 17:00
The fall of 2017 brings with it six excellent books for making coffee, instant-pot dinners, and Thai drinking fare.
Roy Moore's horse's name is Sassy—and the horse has a Twitter account now.
The new generation of the classic off-roader gives drivers exactly what they want—and other automakers should do the same.
An eminent mathematician reveals that his advances in the study of millennia-old mathematical questions owe to concepts derived from physics.
samedi 16 décembre 2017, 17:00
The universe is full of nurseries incubating new stars—and when they finally explode, their remnants tell scientists about their stellar lives.
Science writer Britt Wray has spent the last few years investigating 'de-extinction'—the effort to bring back long-lost species.
A Facebook bug, the Kaspersky ban becomes law, and more of the week's top security news.
The Taxpayers Protection Alliance, backed in part by the Koch brothers, tried to kill a municipal fiber-optic project to deliver high-speed internet access in Louisville.
Silicon Valley is slow to come to terms with the fact that it's become the new Wall Street. In 2018, that needs to change.
The Jacobs letter, a potentially key piece of evidence in the trade secrets lawsuit between Waymo and Uber, was made public—and boy do we have questions.
vendredi 15 décembre 2017, 22:34
The editors of WIRED discuss some of their favorite products, and spot a few trends along the way.
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