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jeudi 28 décembre 2017, 14:00
The year's best shows were unburdened by the pressure of audience—and next year needs more of that quiet confidence.
Trouble abounds for the ridehailing company, but a trip to Pittsburgh reveals it's making real progress toward driverless cars.
The past year was one of the worst on record for natural disasters. Blame greenhouse gases, and start planning for a hotter future.
From Donald Trump to Russian hackers, these are the dangerous characters we’ve been watching online in 2017.
mercredi 27 décembre 2017, 16:00
The future of jobs weighed heavy on everyone's minds.
The nearly perfect role-playing game tells a story about war, tragedy, and life in humanity's late stages using every part of itself, wasting nothing in the telling.
WIRED Photo featured some amazing places and people this year. These were the best of the best.
This sublimely forgiving coup of highway engineering is all over the Lone Star State—but why?
Researchers found that network configuration errors have left thousands of high-end speakers open to epic audio pranking.
Triangles fit effortlessly together, as do squares. When it comes to pentagons, what gives?
Peter Thiel has become an odd founder out, but his political ideas are quite mainstream in Silicon Valley.
When Xerox PARC debuted its Alto personal computer system, many were skeptical. They had no idea what was coming.
For decades, we've turned to institutions to vouch for people we don't know—but thanks to the blockchain, that's all changing.
The cold impartiality of science has something to add to the individual experiences of sexual harassment we've read about this year. And it can help chart a course forward.
When programmers introduced Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek to the 1970s-era computer system, they quickly realized he was no Spock.
Here are five more technology books that Backchannel loved, plus an excerpt from each—just in time for the holidays.
Teens now have so many ways to connect and communicate that there’s no need to gather in person. The party is constant, and it’s on social media.
To interact with the next wave of tech, companies want us to just act natural.
mardi 26 décembre 2017, 16:00
It was a year of hellos—to the iPhoneX and the Essential—and goodbyes—to Flash, to Google's blob emoji, to the iPod, and to wired headphones.
Fears of bias, election hacking, and damaged children have earned algorithms a bad reputation.
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