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mardi 27 février 2018, 12:00
WIRED columnist Jason Pontin on how machine learning and mandatory insurance policies could transform America’s gun debate.
The United States high court will decide whether a US warrant extends to digital data stored overseas.
Amazon is staging a contest called the Alexa Prize—a mad dash toward an outlandish goal: Cook up a bot capable of small talk.
lundi 26 février 2018, 21:35
Microsoft's two gaming systems are now available with perks and extras!
Reclaim your time on social media with this new app, which blocks the feed from platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Analytics services are unintentionally collecting a mass of passwords and other sensitive data, new research shows.
A new bipartisan bill calls on the Department of Congress to study the effect of connectivity on communities.
The forthcoming home video releases have a ton of unseen footage.
The absolute best Android and iOS phones you can buy for $500 or less.
Too much weed = a very bad time. But companies making cannabis devices are figuring out ways to tackle the dosing problem.
WIRED columnist Virginia Heffernan on the long, strange history of worshipping technology.
dimanche 25 février 2018, 18:00
The new S9 looks almost like last year's S8, and that's completely intentional.
Jackers pick so many pockets at once that the cost per victim is actually minimal. What’s more, browser-based mining isn’t all bad. So what gives?
Students have taken the gun control to debate to a new level online and off.
There is no bliss like owning your own pair of roller skates.
Yup, this whole trailer is just an excuse to do physics.
For the first time, researchers can see how proteins grab loops of DNA and bundle them for cell division. The discovery also hints at how the genome folds to regulate gene expression.
The billionaire investor says Silicon Valley is unprepared for a coming wave of regulation.
Bram Cohen may say his file-sharing platform wasn't built for piracy, but BitTorrent quickly changed what we do online.
House Democrats released a 10-page memo Saturday that shows just how misleading the original #ReleaseTheMemo campaign was.
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