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vendredi 7 décembre 2018, 15:00
Everything you ever wanted to know about Equifax, Mariott, and the problem with social security numbers.
Its influence goes far beyond other phones—the infrastructure that made the iPhone also enabled drones, smart-home gadgets, wearables, and self-driving cars.
Chinese scientists and regulators alike are censuring the rogue biophysicist who allowed two Crispr-edited babies to be born.
Ziplines, planes, and a peaceful new mode are just part of the newest update—and they top gaming news this week.
The vehicles made by Bird, Lime, and the like can slash emissions, reinvigorate mass transit, and address America’s dependency on cars.
Tumblr porn alternatives Pillowfort and Dreamwidth deal with the spotlight
Go behind the scenes with Spaceflight Industries, the space travel agency of sorts that coordinated a jam-packed Falcon 9 flight earlier this week.
A breathless meal of scallops and feminist bona fides exposed her vulnerability: No one, not even Sandberg, has what it takes to tame Facebook.
The International Panel on Artificial Intelligence will be modeled on a group formed in 1988 to study climate change and recommend government policies.
Dozens of Amazon warehouse workers in New Jersey were sickened after a robot punctured a can of bear repellent on Wednesday.
Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's CFO and the daughter of its founder, was arrested in Canada the same day that Presidents Trump and Xi met to discuss tariffs.
jeudi 6 décembre 2018, 23:06
Major changes are coming to Edge—but remember that it's only Microsoft's second-biggest browser.
Microsoft President Brad Smith calls for regulation of facial-recognition technology, to curb potential bias and invasions of privacy.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees this morning, and—no surprise—Amazon and Netflix cleaned up in the TV categories.
He's been a fan since the 'Victorious' days.
Starting today, the Apple Watch series 3 and 4 gain the ability to take an ECG reading of your heart. Here's how to get the most accurate reading.
More than a century after it started delivering telegrams by bike, UPS is going back to pedal power in its hometown.
For better or worse
Janet isn’t your typical televised artificial lifeform: Nobody hates her and she isn’t miserable, even as she moves towards independence.
This week's climate talks in Katowice, Poland, are taking place in a region that is not at all prepared to quit its coal addiction.
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