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samedi 19 janvier 2019, 15:00
It's not all fact-checking physics and rubbing elbows with celebs, it turns out.
Trump dominated security headlines this week, but there's plenty of other news to catch up on.
Scientists don’t know why a spot in space exploded. They still haven’t figured out black holes, either.
There are some exciting sales this cold weekend from REI, Apple, Samsung, and more.
From new breast shields to hands-free pumps, breast pumping technology just keeps getting better and better.
Shareholders are suing Elon Musk over that 'taking Tesla private' tweet, and just got the right to subpoena Banks and Grimes.
WIRED’s Peter Rubin joins the Gadget Lab podcast to talk about his experience wearing Nike’s newest self-adjusting sneakers. Plus: Nitasha Tiku weighs in on mandatory arbitration at tech companies.
vendredi 18 janvier 2019, 23:46
CEO Elon Musk says the layoffs will help the electric car maker as it leans into the tough job of building mass-market cars.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the company's Cortana digital assistant should be available on smart speakers made by rivals like Amazon and Google.
An economist studying pay records as part of an ongoing lawsuit found the software company paid women 14 percent less annually than men doing similar jobs.
An explosive new report from Buzzfeed News makes the impeachment of Donald Trump not just possible, but likely.
A new study shows that doctors wrote more prescriptions, and more people overdosed on opioids, in counties where drug companies spent more money.
Photographer Kevin Frayer goes behind the scenes at the massive Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in China’s Heilongjiang Province.
Also: hey, why do Star Wars games keep getting canceled?
Breville's smart oven makes a foolproof, restaurant-quality Neapolitan-style pizza, and sits on your countertop.
There's one big question at the core of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's new movie: Who gets to be a hero?
A company that wants to slap logos on the night sky is raising tricky questions about what belongs in space.
Insects are touted as a major new source of protein, but scaling up Big Cricket could mean new problems—such as what to do with all their 'frass.'
India's government has proposed rules that would require encrypted messaging services like WhatsApp to decrypt data, threatening the security of users globally.
The Trump administration has presented its Missile Defense Review, and yes, there are lasers.
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