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samedi 16 décembre 2017, 15:00
Science writer Britt Wray has spent the last few years investigating 'de-extinction'—the effort to bring back long-lost species.
A Facebook bug, the Kaspersky ban becomes law, and more of the week's top security news.
The Taxpayers Protection Alliance, backed in part by the Koch brothers, tried to kill a municipal fiber-optic project to deliver high-speed internet access in Louisville.
Silicon Valley is slow to come to terms with the fact that it's become the new Wall Street. In 2018, that needs to change.
The Jacobs letter, a potentially key piece of evidence in the trade secrets lawsuit between Waymo and Uber, was made public—and boy do we have questions.
vendredi 15 décembre 2017, 22:34
The editors of WIRED discuss some of their favorite products, and spot a few trends along the way.
MobileCoin aims to make cryptocurrency transactions quick and easy for everyone, while still preserving privacy and decentralization.
In the new world order, any information or data will be public information. Now we have to figure out how to live in a world without privacy.
All over Silicon Valley and elsewhere, executives follow weird revitalization fads. They think the code of aging can be hacked and death made optional.
The gossip site and its competitors know that it’s not just what you say—it's who you're speaking to, and from what angle.
These titanium, brass, and Damascus steel objets d'art will long outlast the plastic doo-dad craze.
Plus: How Ford built a new engine for its GT supercar.
The inside story of how the automaker turned a pickup truck powerplant into a Le Mans-winning supercar engine.
Current trends say generating new bitcoins will use all the power in the world by 2020. That might not happen, but the technical issues aren't going away.
Rian Johnson didn't just make a great movie—he tore down every sacred cow reactionaries have left.
Bitcoin and blockchain have burst into the mainstream. But its biggest value is not in replacing traditional cash.
While we were freaking out about the state of American politics, tech kept moving on.
Attorneys general in five states say they'll sue to overturn the FCC's decision to repeal its net neutrality rules. Officials in Washington and California propose their own net neutrality rules.
FCC commissioners employed dubious information and curious logic before voting to repeal net neutrality rules.
jeudi 14 décembre 2017, 22:04
Planet hunters didn't just stumble onto Kepler-90i. The secret to their success: a neural network trained to identify exoplanets.
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