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dimanche 18 novembre 2018, 14:00
These sensors and shoes—and a beet juice elixir—gave speed back to a slowing runner.
For 50 years, evolutionary theory has emphasized the importance of neutral mutations over adaptive ones in DNA. Real genomic data challenge that assumption.
Instagram, YouTube—you name it. Influencers are being paid handsome sums to pitch you products in natural settings. That video you just watched? $50,000.
You were right not to trust hotel and airport Wi-Fi a few years ago. But these days, it's (probably) fine.
samedi 17 novembre 2018, 16:30
Safer browsing, more bitcoin scams, and the rest of the week's top security news.
We found math-filled and science-rich books, puzzles, coding kits, and more from brands including Amazon, Crayola, and Lego.
They're fun, but they're also a bit much.
Whet your appetite for holiday shopping with some of our favorite early Black Friday picks, from TVs and tablets to vacuums and more.
Researchers have refined a technique to create so-called DeepMasterPrints, fake fingerprints designed to get past security.
Rising-star chef Eric Rivera has an easy way to up your holiday game: using powdered freeze-dried foods to amplify the flavors in your favorite recipes.
There still servers, but this cloud computing approach lets you turn services on and off more quickly and pay only for what you use.
Facebook hired an opposition firm to fight the initiative, which was funded by hedge fund millionaire David Magerman.
vendredi 16 novembre 2018, 22:59
Google trails Amazon and Microsoft in the business of renting computing power to other businesses.
The platinum-iridium cylinder has been scrapped, and the kilogram will now be determined by the Planck constant.
Stellar nurseries seem cute, but they’re actually mini-Big Bangs.
Also, an indie gem makes a surprising showing on the Game Awards' shortlist.
When we're being watched, we conform. We don't speak freely or try new things. But social progress happens in the gap between what’s legal and what’s moral.
One of these portable PCs is just your type.
Crime investigators are gleaning a host of personal information from a recovered drone, such as where its owner lives, credit card numbers, and email addresses.
Our in-house Know-It-Alls answer questions about your interactions with technology.
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