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mercredi 10 octobre 2018, 00:15
HP This week, HP announced a new 14-inch machine running Google's Chrome OS: the HP Chromebook x360 14. That's not to be confused with the 14-inch HP Pavilion x360 that runs Windows or last year's HP Chromebook x360 11. HP says this is its thinnest Chromebook ever, at...
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Enlarge / Hurricane Michael satellite image as of 5pm ET Tuesday. (credit: NOAA) Michael became a major hurricane on Tuesday afternoon as it zipped northward across the eastern Gulf of Mexico. As forecasters have suggested for the last day or so, Michael will make landfall...
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mardi 9 octobre 2018, 23:46
James Gunn participates in the Lollipop Chainsaw launch party held at GameStop on June 11, 2012 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images) (credit: Getty Images / L. Ortega) In an unusual film-news announcement, Warner Bros. Entertainment has...
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Enlarge / Pain or pleasure? (credit: Getty | Christopher Bernard) In the unspoken language of love, the face you make at the pinnacle of pleasure may have something of an accent based on where you come from. People from Western and East Asian cultures had consistently...
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The sharpened end of a building support post from the Payne's Creek salt works. Some of the stone tools used to process fish had also been used for woodworking. (credit: PNAS) If you stand on the shore of a briny lagoon near the mouth of Belize’s Monkey River, you won’t ...
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Enlarge (credit: Eric Kilby / Flickr) Five days after Bloomberg stunned the world with still-unconfirmed allegations that Chinese spies embedded data-sniffing chips in hardware used by Apple, Amazon, and dozens of other companies, the news organization is doubling down....
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Enlarge / Google Call Screening sample image shows the kinds of replies your assistant can speak out loud—unless you just choose to hang up and report a call as spam. (credit: Google) As expected, Google's Tuesday hardware announcement event came with a few announcements...
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Enlarge (credit: Chesnot/Getty Images) It was only a matter of time—the same day that Google announced it was shutting down Google+ in the wake of a data leak, two users filed a proposed class-action lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco, saying that their privacy had ...
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Enlarge (credit: Google) NEW YORK—Google announced the Pixel 3 at its event in the Big Apple today. With something like two-dozen different leaks and an entire lost box of devices that went up for sale on the black market, the Pixel 3 is probably the most-leaked...
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Enlarge / An enhanced color view of Ceres, which highlights different terrain on its surface. (credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA) Prior to our visit to the dwarf planet Ceres, we knew that it had a density about twice that of water. Considering it likely has a rocky ...
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Enlarge / The Google Home Hub. (credit: Google) After launching Google Assistant Smart Display software earlier this year, Google now has first-party hardware to match: it just announced the Google Home Hub for $149. The Home Hub is Google's answer to the Amazon Echo...
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Enlarge (credit: Google) Following the death of Android tablets, Google has been slowly rebooting its tablet ambitions under the Chrome OS banner. After debuting the concept with the Acer Chromebook Tab 10, Google now has its first-party Chrome OS tablet hardware, the Pixel ...
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Enlarge / The 10.5-inch iPad Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Apple appears to be gearing up for another event later this month, and reports suggest we'll see revamped iPad Pros come out of it. According to a 9to5Mac report, 'sources familiar with the development' of the...
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Enlarge / Italian scientists detected red and black mineral incrustations in victims' skulls—the iron from human blood. (credit: P. Petrone et al.) The catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD wiped out several nearby towns and killed thousands of people. It has...
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Fan-favorite FPS franchise Borderlands is getting the full-scale VR treatment with today's announcement of Borderlands 2 VR, launching on Playstation VR December 14. Unlike limited VR-focused spin-offs such as Doom VFR and Serious Sam VR, this $50 revamp aims to bring the...
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Enlarge (credit: Google) Test invites have begun trickling out for Project Stream, Google's first official take on a dedicated, current-gen gaming platform. As has long been rumored, Google has opted for an online-streaming format (if its current, temporary name wasn't hint ...
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Enlarge / Gode wind farm off the coast of Germany. (credit: Ørsted) One of the biggest offshore wind developers in Europe, a Danish company called Ørsted, purchased US offshore wind developer Deepwater Wind on Monday. The move suggests confidence in an expanding US...
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Enlarge / iOS 12 on an iPhone X. (credit: Samuel Axon) Today, Apple released a minor update to iOS 12. iOS 12.0.1 fixes a handful of early bugs users faced with September 17's major release, most notably problems with Wi-Fi connectivity and charging on new iPhones. Some...
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Enlarge / In 1990, Hubble leaves the safety of the space shuttle to begin its service. (credit: NASA) NASA placed its venerable Hubble Space Telescope into a 'safe mode' on Friday evening because of gyroscope problems, the space agency confirmed Monday. Although science...
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lundi 8 octobre 2018, 23:49
Enlarge / Intel 9th generation Coffee Lake-S series 8-core die. (credit: Intel) NEW YORK—Intel unveiled a range of new processors aimed at the performance-desktop segment today. For the mainstream market, there are three new K-series overclockable chips branded as...
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