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vendredi 30 mars 2018, 19:37
Large swaths of Earth are already safe from falling space debris.
WIRED columnist Virginia Heffernan on how a hacker flattered his way into taking over her Twitter account.
There are other ways to write #MeToo.
Atlanta isn't the SamSam ransomware strain's first victim—and it won't be the last.
A ban for Uber, a challenge to Tesla, and Jaguars for Waymo.
For those who have recently injured or lost their dominant hand, everything from apps to bungees exist to ease the frustration.
Baby herring adapt to extra carbon dioxide in the water; cod and clams, not so much.
After years of letting algorithms make up our minds for us, the time is right to go back to basics.
Was the movie everything we hoped it would be? Two WIRED editors (and proud ’80s kids) hash things out.
This week the USDA announced it has no plans to regulate gene-editing technologies like Crispr, opening the door to a boom in designer foods.
Facebook has been updating its privacy settings for more than a decade. Will this time be different?
John Collins shows you how to fold the innovative paper airplane design that earned him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The social media giant Thursday outlined several attempts to help protect the midterm elections, but still has a long way to go.
jeudi 29 mars 2018, 23:18
It goes from 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds, and it has fatter tires and updated aerodynamics to match.
When and where will the Chinese space station land? We can’t know for sure—but we can examine some variables.
Certain frog species are rebounding after a fungal invasion, probably not because the fungus got any less deadly—the frogs may be evolving to resist the pathogen.
The new 'following' tab shows you pins from people you follow in reverse-chronological order.
Photographer Giulio di Sturco's latest subject is a humanoid named Sophia—and capturing her essence took time.
The new camera, called simply GoPro Hero, can't do 4K, but it's a great value at $1`99.
Opinion: A new paper says dirty content encoded in the blockchain could make cryptocurrencies illegal. That's wrong.
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