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jeudi 12 juillet 2018, 20:34
Under the new rule, critics say the agency will not review informal complaints about telecom companies, and steer consumers to a formal process that carries a $225 fee.
The founder and editor in chief of ThinkProgress is starting over with 'Popular Information,' a one-man political newsletter 'for people who are feeling overwhelmed.'
Astrophysicists have traced the origin of some of Earth’s cosmic rays to a blazar 4 billion light years away.
Apple leans in on the high end of the laptop market, rather than going light and cheap.
In Denver, engineers have built an architecturally identical twin for Orion, NASA’s next launch vehicle—and they're putting it through its paces.
This keyboard-packing smartphone is the best kind of throwback. Our full review.
The Swedish robo-truck ditches the engine for batteries, the human for software, and the container for a big pile of logs.
A proposal that critics said would have forced consumers to file formal complaints, at a cost of $255, appears to have been dropped from Thursday's agenda.
A sedative, an opioid, and a paralytic sit at the core of legal and ethical debates over the state-sanctioned killing of death row prisoner Scott Dozier.
Thanks to a new agreement, ESPN will be broadcasting esports live in primetime for the first time.
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO's work to help the rescue operation captivated the internet and reinforced the most flattering image of Musk, as a brilliant engineer with a nose for unexpected solutions to pressing problems.
mercredi 11 juillet 2018, 23:53
By not informing the US government of two industry-wide hardware flaws, Intel may have inadvertently given ammo to China's hackers.
Photographer Heiko Hellwig envisions a world made of silicon.
Rat invasions ripple across an island ecosystem into places you’d never expect—including all the way into surrounding coral reefs.
After purging millions of fake or suspicious accounts in recent months, Twitter announced a new policy around locked profiles.
Social Science One, an independent research commission, will give social scientists unprecedented access to Facebook's data.
Her departure is a sign the company’s system is beginning to work. It’s also a crisis.
The visual novel—and mech brawler—is wild, melancholy, and willing to take none of your crap.
A company from Austin, Texas is building 800-square-foot houses from concrete pumped out of a giant 3-D printer.
A technology that for years has been good for making prototypes and tchotchkes promises to usher in a new industrial revolution.
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