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samedi 8 septembre 2018, 14:00
Photographer Tom Skipp pays tribute to the 600,000 men and women tasked with the job.
Secrets of massive six-sided cloud structure stump scientists.
From Amazon’s newest tablet to an affordable Nokia phone, these are the deals worth clicking.
Record rainfall and flooding have been 'absolutely unbelievable to witness,' says a local climate scientist.
vendredi 7 septembre 2018, 22:26
Jack Dorsey and Sheryl Sandberg were grilled by the Senate this week. Google was a no-show. And Alex Jones got the boot.
As more high-level executives leave, investors aren't calmed by Musk's attempt to return to his far-out thinking self on Joe Rogan's podcast.
Someone hijacked a volunteer tool to make it look like Beto O'Rourke encouraged voter fraud—and that could just be the beginning.
John Cho's new movie gets at the heart of the everyday unease of being online in 2018.
New approaches foster hope that computers can comprehend paragraphs, classify email as spam, or generate a satisfying end to a short story.
For decades researchers sought evidence that antibiotics fed to farm animals transferred super bacteria to humans. Now a single study has provided a much needed smoking gun.
The devastating fire at the National Museum of Brazil shows the importance of digitizing the world's knowledge.
HP has updated its successful Spectre x360 laptop to keep with the times. If you're using an older machine, this model is a solid step up.
Netflix's adaptation of the popular saga will star Henry Cavill as Geralt—no word yet on that mustache, though.
Fearing pseudoscience and privacy breaches, 23andMe is shutting down access to the third-party diet, fitness and other apps that relied on its data.
Adware Doctor has long been one of the top-selling apps in the Mac App Store. But researchers say it harvested browsing data, and sent it to China.
Ocean Cleanup has raised $40 million to deploy a massive device to capture plastic pollution. But many scientists don’t think the plan holds water.
Wild tweets, an inquisitive SEC, fights with reporters—none of it's anywhere close to ending Musk's control of the electric automaker.
Bernie Sanders wants companies like Amazon to pay when their employees rely on public benefits, but the retail giant benefits even more from economic incentives offered by local politicians.
After years of abuse and spreading conspiracy theories, Alex Jones finally went too far for Twitter with a relatively tame rant.
jeudi 6 septembre 2018, 23:40
M. Scott Mahaskey captured the scene in an unscripted backdoor moment after the Twitter–Facebook Senate hearings.
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