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mercredi 3 octobre 2018, 13:00
Alphabet subsidiary Jigsaw is using a new app to give DNS encryption protections to any Android smartphone from the last seven years.
mardi 2 octobre 2018, 23:55
The company didn't act purely out of the goodness of its heart.
A trio of laser physicists—Arthur Ashkin, Donna Strickland, and Gérard Mourou—nab the prize for their work on optical tweezers and chirped pulse amplification.
Get ready for faster processors and new designs on the Surface Pro, Surface Laptop, and Surface Studio computers.
A new study finds half of the negative tweets about the film were 'likely politically motivated or not even human.'
Naegleria fowleri lays waste to cells in the brain, leading to a grisly demise in the very rare cases when it manages to lodge itself in a victim's nasal cavity.
Tesla made a record 53,239 Model 3 electric sedans this past quarter—but it's the coming months that will really test the automaker as it aims for stability and expansion into China.
In the cat and mouse game of protecting cloud services, attackers find a sneaky advantage.
Major sites using Facebook's Single Sign-On don't implement basic security features, potentially making the fallout of last week's hack much worse.
The oldest hyperloop company is five years old, and we still don't have hyperloop—but these loop dreamers aren't giving up.
The company, just out of stealth, is licensing its software stack from the automated delivery robot company Nuro.
Garmin uses its fantastic fitness data collection abilities to tell you how much energy you (don't) have.
Opinion: From using open source intelligence to spreading false reports to brazenly rewriting history, social media warriors on both sides of the controversy are taking a page from Russia.
Get inside the heads of our editors: Here's a crash course in the history of the WIRED world.
Master the art of Snapchat Stories, filters, stickers, Snapcodes, and those ephemeral photos.
A new California law requires more representation for women in the boardroom for companies like Apple and Facebook, but the law may face legal challenges.
Pivot Bio is the first company to offer US corn farmers a new 'probiotic for plants' as a replacement for expensive, greenhouse-gassy fertilizer.
Allow us to explain the gruesome process by which ordinary ants become the pawns of an insidious and spectacularly clever fungus.
After 150 episodes, Loren Bouchard's family sitcom is still primetime animation's perfectly off-kilter moral center.
lundi 1 octobre 2018, 22:52
For the first publicly documented time, law enforcement has used Face ID to forcibly unlock someone's iPhone. It won't be the last.
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