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lundi 8 octobre 2018, 23:05
Microsoft A new service from Microsoft called Project Xcloud is on the way, and it will stream Xbox games, not just to consoles and PCs, but to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Microsoft shared new information about its plans in a blog post and a talking-heads...
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Enlarge / Headquarters of ride-sharing technology company Uber in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood of San Francisco on October 13, 2017. (credit: Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) Lawyers representing a Southern California limousine company that sued Uber last...
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Enlarge / The center of Hurricane Michael passed near the western tip of Cuba on Monday afternoon. (credit: NOAA) On Sunday, a tropical storm formed in the northern Caribbean Sea. Although few forecast models were predicting it would reach major hurricane status at the...
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Enlarge (credit: Ade Oshineye / Flickr) Google exposed the private details of almost 500,000 Google+ users and then opted not to report the lapse, in part out of concern disclosure would trigger regulatory scrutiny and reputational damage, The Wall Street Journal reported...
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Enlarge (credit: TechBargains) Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. It's Columbus Day here in the US, and while that's not the biggest day for tech deals, there are at least a handful worth picking out. The...
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Enlarge / Apple CEO Tim Cook. (credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Apple isn't relenting in its attacks on last week's Bloomberg story claiming that tiny Chinese chips had compromised the security of Apple and Amazon data centers. In a Monday letter to Congress, Apple wrote...
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Enlarge / Axon announced new versions of its body-worn camera and Taser weapon. (credit: Axon) Axon, the preeminent manufacturer of body-worn cameras for law enforcement, has launched the latest version of its devices, known as the Axon Body 3. The new version features...
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Enlarge (credit: IPCC) One of the biggest surprises leading up to the 2015 international Paris Agreement on climate-changing emissions was an argument about a new goal. Nations settled on a target of limiting global warming to no more than 2°C a while back. Most argument...
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Enlarge / A firefighter in a Verizon ad touting the carrier's commitment to public safety. (credit: Verizon) Verizon is touting its commitment to firefighters and public safety in a new ad, released weeks after Verizon throttled the Santa Clara County fire department while...
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Enlarge / Baxter in 2014. Back in 2014, we wrote about Baxter, an anthropomorphic factory robot that was gentle enough to work alongside human workers. We visited Baxter at a robotics trade show in New York, and it seemed like the company was getting a lot of interest from ...
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From a supercomputer to your desktop, models of blue variable stars. The Universe abounds with things that we think we might understand but aren’t really sure about. What it often comes down to is our ability to compute: to answer the question of whether models based on...
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Enlarge / I'm glad I got to see this with you. After Bethesda revealed the 'entirely online' Fallout 76 at E3 earlier this year, some franchise fans worried the new game would feel uncomfortably different from the story-driven, single-player post-apocalyptic action they...
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Enlarge / An illustration of what will become the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park (Phase III). (credit: Acciona) In recent years, massive solar projects proposed for the Middle East have grabbed headlines with extremely low prices. Developers have announced...
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Facebook Just as Amazon's newest Echo Show comes out, Facebook enters the smart display space with two devices of its own. The company announced the Portal and Portal+ smart displays today, both of which are voice-controlled speakers with touchscreens that focus on video...
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Trevor Mahlmann/Special to Ars In some respects, Sunday night's launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California was nothing special. After all, SpaceX has launched 35 rockets in just the last 21 months. This rocket had already been launched once...
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Enlarge / Google's event invite. (credit: Google) Join us October 9, at 11am ET, when Google will take the wraps off its 2018 hardware lineup. We'll have boots on the ground in New York City to bring you the latest from Google's big event. As usual, we are expecting around...
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Enlarge (credit: Valentina Palladino) Lost among the slew of Amazon's recent device announcements was an update to the Echo Show. While Amazon absolutely mentioned the second-generation smart display, you may have overlooked it completely amidst all the other devices that...
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Enlarge / High school student Michael Senatore started the water bottle flipping craze with his May 2016 performance in a talent show. (credit: YouTube) The water bottle flipping craze, in which a partially filled bottle of water is flipped and magically lands upright,...
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dimanche 7 octobre 2018, 18:00
Trevor Mahlmann/Special to Ars 10:35pm ET Update: On Sunday night, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket took off as scheduled and ascended into space. After about three minutes, the second stage carried its payload onward, toward a successful deployment of the SAOCOM 1A satellite into...
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The third annual Google hardware extravaganza is kicking off in just a few days. On October 9 at 11am, Google will show off its next flagship smartphone, the Pixel 3, along with a few other products. The new Pixel phone is usually the headline launch at these hardware...
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