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vendredi 18 août 2017, 16:00
Belgian researchers built a soft, squishy robot that can heal itself with just a bit of heat.
To view the world through a supremacist lens is to live in the complicity of false equivalences, to willfully color malice as virtue.
This add-on for the Essential phone shoots spherical photos, and demonstrates the company's magnetic accessory dock.
Think of Essential's flagship phone as the anti iPhone.
Sixteen feet tall. Twelve tons of steel. Tank treads for feet, and an interchangeable arsenal. It's MegaBot time!
Over two days in Berkeley, scientists, CEOs, farmers, conservationists, and citizens gathered to talk about the promise and peril of Crispr.
Agency shielding complaints about internet providers, analysis of website outage
The whistles that a shepherd uses to command her dog sound a whole lot like human language.
Meet the Sherpas, porters and other workers of the tallest mountain in the world.
Bill is a direct response to the deluge of sexual-harassment allegations from female startup founders.
jeudi 17 août 2017, 18:25
It's the best Sonic in years. Maybe ever.
Making up the difference will be a balancing act of high-tension electricity choreography.
Every year, some of the best cars in the world change hands at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
A $100 accessory that aims to improve your iPhoneography.
For $10 per month, you can go to 365 movies a year. Yes, you read that right.
This autonomous vehicle will do a job that no human should have to.
While the extreme right and the far left use different logic to justify their actions, the end result is often the same.
Upgrade your dorm with a Roku Express, Aeropress, smart light bulbs, and more without going broke.
With a lunar orbit mission on the docket, NASA's contractors for the Space Launch System continue testing with new focus.
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