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samedi 3 mars 2018, 01:18
By leaving Instagram followers off the public record, Columbia researcher Jonathan Albright says Facebook is making the Russian trolls' true audience appear artificially low.
vendredi 2 mars 2018, 23:59
Bomb cyclone? Nor'easter? No problem! What looks terrifying from the cabin is more like a bit of fun for pilots who know how to crab and slip.
Add three to five feet of storm surge on top of a very high tide, and you've got a recipe for flooding.
WIRED columnist Antonio García Martínez on how the social media giant could even the playing field for political ads.
YouTube has struggled on multiple fronts with efforts to effectively moderate its platform.
At least, it works for Arnau Rovira Vidal.
Plus: Porsche's supercharging network, Ford's self-driving tests in Miami, and more news from an auto industry trying to rebuild.
This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, the innovative Google Clips camera, which uses AI to take fun, short videos of your family.
A story of a woman's first love, *Florence* gains immense power from remembering how meaningful tactility can be.
We can't trust robots to learn everything on their own. For one startup, the solution is a very human touch.
The 24 satellites that keep GPS running in the US aren't especially secure. So private and federal groups are working on alternatives.
Managing electronic medical records is still a pain, but if a start-up can figure it out, better records could lead to new cures
People need help deciding where to place their attention. Tech companies could help ease our time-inconsistency.
The social network is asking experts to help it learn to be a less toxic place online.
How to preorder the Galaxy S9, and a few other weekend tech deals you should check out!
Startup Astranis hopes to blanket the Earth with dozens of satellites the size of a mini-fridge.
If oral argument in *US v. Microsoft* proved anything, it's that no one involved wants the courts to decide—including the justices.
jeudi 1 mars 2018, 22:58
The I-Pace, set to enter production later this year, brings fresh design to a segment long dominated by Elon Musk.
The latest version of the high-end pickup comes with a host of fancy features, including a bed made of carbon fiber.
One of the members is Kevin Bacon.
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