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vendredi 23 février 2018, 13:00
In a windowless room in Seoul, dozens of security experts train—and watch—for the worst.
Alex Garland’s adaptation is as monstrous as it is masterful—even more soul-shaking than the original.
Amazon's Mechanical Turk dominates the market for on-demand microtasks. Gems is using cryptocurrency to appeal to workers and task-requesters.
For over a decade, US Customs and Border Protection has been unable to verify the cryptographic signatures on e-Passports, because they never installed the right software.
jeudi 22 février 2018, 16:00
You can use Bernoulli's principle to explain how planes fly—but that isn't the only way.
These positive affirmation apps help you build a positive mindset simply by opening a push alert.
In a chilly basement room sits a giant dome that looks like part physics experiment and part like that chamber Darth Vader kicks back in.
United's latest experiment with the boarding procedure could make things better—but it's no revolution.
In the permafrost zone near Denali, an expanse of tundra bristles with so many sensors and cables that it resembles an outdoor ICU ward.
With 'A Wrinkle in Time,' director Ava DuVernay merges sci-fi’s embrace of the Other with her own vision for a better, more inclusive future.
Some states plan to uphold net neutrality principles. How will they know if telecom companies are obeying their own promises?
Jump Bikes, Spin, Limebike, Nere: Startups line up to transform urban mobility. It just might work
Former Google engineer Tim Chevalier sued the company, claiming he was fired for sharing politically liberal posts on Google's internal message boards.
An algorithm change apparently designed to keep fake news out is precisely what put a Parkland conspiracy video at the top of YouTube's Trending section.
mercredi 21 février 2018, 22:28
Kapwing changed the avatar on its customer-service chat widget from a woman to a man, and then a cat. The harassment stopped.
That in-home DNA test won't tell you much about how to eat or exercise. Fortunately, you don't need it to.
Researchers report today that they’ve designed an inflatable robot with its own scales that automatically pop out to get a grip.
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton has taken on the leadership of the non-profit behind that popular encryption app—and given it a serious injection of cash.
Every display in the latest Star Wars film exists to help tell the story.
The beautiful, surreal indie game about Asian heritage is made all the stronger by the self-conscious inclusion of its own maker.
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