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samedi 25 mai 2019, 16:00
A look at the life, times, and collisions of large galaxies.
Baltimore ransomware, a Trump golf hack, and more of the week's top security news.
Jeffrey Deaver's new novel 'The Never Game' is one of a rare breed.
Monster Match, a game funded by Mozilla, shows how dating app algorithms reinforce bias—and serve the company more than the user.
Enjoy nature with our best camping gadgets and essentials, picked by WIRED's Gear team.
For a stomach-twisting performance above Manhattan, Red Bull brought in an elite pilot and an unusual sort of helicopter.
From iPads to camping slippers, we scoured the Memorial Day sales on laptops, TVs, outdoor gear, and video games to find our absolute favorite deals this weekend.
Based on my time at ICANN, I know how hard it was to make the right decisions in the face of what, to the public, appeared to be obviously wrong.
You don't have to get your hands dirty to do the most important spring cleaning of the year.
Amazon says an item's stars reflect the “average customer review,” but the calculation gets more complicated than that.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Real estate giant First American left Social Security numbers, tax documents, and more publicly available.
vendredi 24 mai 2019, 23:10
David Eun, president of Samsung’s innovation arm NEXT, says younger consumers are shifting towards experiences, not things. What does that mean for a company that makes devices?
There are at least two material differences in the 2019 MacBook Pro keyboard, intended to fix its sticky keys.
A surprise 'visual poem' from Lonely Island embraces late-’80s sports and rap nostalgia—and tightens Netflix's grip on comedy gambles.
And reality won.
We often focus on coastal cities when we talk about rising waters, but massive rainfall in the middle of the US has put millions at risk, harming the nation’s ability to produce food.
A series of tornadoes has brought devastation to the Midwest. Ideally, we could forecast such twisters, but the phenomenon is confounding.
To understand how Star-Lord flies, you have to consider both the forces acting on him (hello, jet boots) and the torque.
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