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mercredi 26 septembre 2018, 17:00
The media has always been untrustworthy, frivolous, and immune to change. But inside these cycles of struggle are lessons about the real future of news.
Photographer Chan Dick captured remarkable images of 50-year-old specimens at the University of Hong Kong’s anatomy museum.
More container ships on Arctic sea routes will also mean more black soot... and more melting.
Apps need your explicit permission to access your smartphone's motion and light sensors. Mobile websites? Not so much.
HP adds a Ryzen processor and cuts some corners to deliver this low-cost 13-inch laptop.
With grass-cutting robots growing increasingly popular in Europe, hedgehogs are more often getting trapped under their blades.
When war and natural disasters like Hurricane Florence call for a quick crossing, military engineers hop to with one of their favorite tools—the improved ribbon bridge.
Executives from Amazon, Twitter, Google, and other tech companies head to Washington for another hearing on privacy, but this time the threat of regulation carries new weight.
mardi 25 septembre 2018, 23:33
Instagram cofounders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger quit the social media company Monday amid reports of clashes with Mark Zuckerberg.
Even after the DIY gunsmith's arrest on sexual assault charges, the fight for and against 3-D printed guns still rages.
Del Harvey has spent a decade fighting abuse and harassment on Twitter. She spoke with WIRED about Trump, trolls, and the company’s new focus on safety.
The 10-inch, $230 Echo Show works more like tiny TV than ever—and shows how Amazon thinks we’re going to interact with video content in the near future.
Much of the speculation around deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein's fate misses how disruptive a post-midterms shake-up could be.
Physics class can get painfully abstract. But you can collect your own data to see Newton's second law in action.
The social network is also soliciting public feedback for the first time in updating its rules.
Other game companies also are scrambling to introduce their own accessible hardware. But a customer base of more than 30 million gamers may give developers the push they need.
The idea of 'zombie scrolling syndrome' has legs, after all. From worms to wasps, nature has figured out mind control—in ways that bring to mind social media.
But not too much. We don’t want to spoil the twist.
Neato's new midrange offering gives Roomba a run for its money.
Researchers have developed a robot that roams a greenhouse, eyeballing peppers to determine if they’re mature enough before sawing them off the plant.
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