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lundi 5 mars 2018, 17:00
A clever system uses lasers and algorithms to map out-of-sight objects in 3-D. That could be great news for self-driving cars.
When you're sending a $500,000 vial of genetically engineered, cancer-fighting cells, a safe delivery can mean the difference between life and death.
WIRED columnist Maryn McKenna on how offshoring drug and medical supply manufacturing puts patients and hospitals at risk.
Privacy advocates and venture capitalists want to circumvent the tech giants with apps using encrypted data stored on networks of computers.
Huge wins for 'Get Out' and 'The Shape of Water' prove genre fare can grapple with Big Ideas, and still connect with moviegoers.
dimanche 4 mars 2018, 15:00
From the president to Jared Kushner to Hope Hicks, the Trump administration kept the internet on its toes last week.
We need more intense attention on how artificial intelligence forestalls the ability to see what kinds of choices we are making.
The British automaker's latest supercar is all about function—and fun—over form.
Two teams of physicists have figured out how to create a 'mini universe,' which could help researchers understand the strange behavior of deeply quantum systems.
Thousands of people think that the government is using implanted chips and electronic beams to control their minds. They are desperate to prove they aren’t delusional.
samedi 3 mars 2018, 16:00
After a star forms, a leftover ring of dust and gas eventually forms into planets.
The movie is fiction, but according to Daniel Ellsberg the scenarios involved aren't far from reality.
A higher Equifax tally, Apple vulnerabilities, and more of the week's top security news.
Turn yourself into a songwriter with one of these great apps.
In a crowded social media landscape, Snapchat needs to reinvent itself as the internet's favorite camera app.
As the island struggles to come back online after Hurricane Maria, commercial quadcopters do the job quickly and safely.
The rise of exchange-traded funds and algorithm-driven trading likely contributed to February's wild stock swings.
A white male former employee has sued Google for allegedly favoring women and minorities in internal policies—this time within YouTube.
Less than a year old, Hims has found a profitable niche in treating male insecurity.
Facebook has had some bumpy years. Critics, especially Rupert Murdoch and his News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, have no intention of letting the crisis go to waste.
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