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Massachusetts Launches Uber and Lyft's Latest Legal Headache
par Aarian Marshall le 14/07/2020 à 9:40
The state sued the ride-hail companies for misclassifying drivers as contractors, following a similar move by California officials.
Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug
par Andy Greenberg le 14/07/2020 à 5:51
The SigRed vulnerability exists in Windows DNS, used by practically every small and medium-sized organization in the world.
Your Car Is Spewing Microplastics That Blow Around the World
par Matt Simon le 14/07/2020 à 3:00
When you drive, tiny bits of plastic fly off your tires and brakes. Now scientists have shown how all that road muck is blowing into “pristine” environments like the Arctic.
Kano's New Kid-Friendly Laptop Is Cheap and Repairable
par Scott Gilbertson le 14/07/2020 à 1:00
Kano's partnership with Microsoft brings the Kano PC to schools, and it still retains the colorful, hands-on, DIY-spirit of earlier models.
Google Moves to Secure the Cloud From Itself
par Lily Hay Newman le 14/07/2020 à 12:00
Confidential Virtual Machines allows Google Cloud Services Customers to keep data secret—even when it's being actively processed.
Urban Arrow Family Review: The Best Electric Cargo Bike
par Adrienne So le 14/07/2020 à 12:00
This light, maneuverable front-loader comes with padded seats that make it the best electric cargo bicycle for a family.
Could Trump Win the War on Huawei—and Is TikTok Next?
par Garrett M. Graff le 14/07/2020 à 11:00
In a plot twist, the administration’s assault on the Chinese telecom giant is gaining traction. At heart, the US has an interest in its own electronic surveillance capabilities.
The Equity-Diversity-Inclusion Industrial Complex Gets a Makeover
par Sophia Chen le 14/07/2020 à 11:00
Companies and universities have long relied on seminars to reduce racism, despite lackluster results. Maybe institution leaders can salvage the format.
The Latest Covid Party Story Gets a Twist
par Gilad Edelman le 14/07/2020 à 11:00
Like any urban legend, this one changes slightly with each telling.
'The Old Guard' Director Gina Prince-Bythewood on Avoiding 'Sexy Catfights'
par Emma Grey Ellis le 13/07/2020 à 10:10
The woman at the helm of of Netflix's new action flick talked to WIRED about comics, diversity in Hollywood, and centering women, especially women of color, in a genre so dominated by white men.
Best Nintendo Switch Deals and Console Bundles (July 2020)
par Jeffrey Van Camp, Louryn Strampe le 13/07/2020 à 2:00
Looking to nab a Switch, Switch Lite, or other accessories? We've compiled everywhere you can potentially get them online.
This Drone Maker Is Swooping In Amid US Pushback Against DJI
par Tom Simonite le 13/07/2020 à 2:00
Skydio is best known for “selfie drones.” Now, it's seeking government contracts, as American officials shun the Chinese drone company.
Ways to Stay Calm During Quarantine: Candles, Plants, and Other Tips
par Medea Giordano le 13/07/2020 à 1:00
It's hard to keep calm and carry on when we've entered not-losing-your-mind territory. Here are a few ideas and things to help you cope.
How to Automatically Mute Yourself in Zoom Meetings
par Alan Henry le 13/07/2020 à 11:00
One checkbox is all it takes to make everyone's life–including yours–easier.
The Intersection Between Self-Driving Cars and Electric Cars
par Aarian Marshall le 13/07/2020 à 11:00
New research suggests that the tradeoffs for electric autonomous vehicles aren’t as painful as once thought, though early AVs might be gas hybrids.
You Don't Need Single-Use Plastic Bags. You Need a Mask
par Matt Simon le 13/07/2020 à 11:00
Honestly, you should just be disinfecting your reusable bags—the real issue is airborne virus, not infected shopping totes, experts say.
Inside the Milan Hotel That Housed Covid-19 Patients
par Laura Mallonee le 12/07/2020 à 2:13
Photographer Alberto Bernasconi donned full protective gear to capture the scene of “guests” isolating in the four-star hotel.
How to Trick Your Brain to Remember Almost Anything
par Matt Reynolds, WIRED UK le 12/07/2020 à 2:00
Four-time USA Memory Champion Nelson Dellis and psychological scientist Julia Shaw explain how to boost your memory skills.
10 Best Android and iPhone Games to Help You Survive Social Distancing
par Louryn Strampe le 12/07/2020 à 1:00
Close that newsfeed for a while. These Android and iPhone videogames are a great distraction.
Hybrid Remote Work Offers the Worst of Both Worlds
par Sid Sijbrandij le 12/07/2020 à 1:00
Post-pandemic, many companies plan to let employees work from home and a main office. But trying to do both ensures neither experience is good.
Dyson Airwrap Review: A Pricey Curling Iron, Blow Dryer, and Hot-Air Brush in One
par Medea Giordano le 12/07/2020 à 12:00
Dyson's Airwrap does all the heavy lifting for you, for a price.
The Tricky Math of Herd Immunity for Covid-19
par Kevin Hartnett le 12/07/2020 à 12:00
When will a disease stop spreading through a population? The formula is simple, but the variables are much more complicated.
How Two-Factor Authentication Keeps Your Accounts Safe
par David Nield le 12/07/2020 à 11:00
Here are some of the best authenticator apps and options. It may take a moment to set up, but once you have 2FA enabled where it counts, you can rest easier.
These Black Founders Succeeded In Spite of Silicon Valley
par Sherrell Dorsey le 12/07/2020 à 11:00
Spurned by traditional venture capital firms, three businesspeople turned to other funders, government contracts, and their own savings to launch companies.
15 Billion Stolen Logins Are Circulating on the Dark Web
par Brian Barrett le 11/07/2020 à 1:00
Plus: Facebook's Roger Stone takedown, the BlueLeaks server seizure, and more of the week's top security news.
What Happens After a ‘Million-Mile Battery’ Outlasts the Car?
par Maddie Stone le 11/07/2020 à 12:00
Electric-vehicle makers hope to roll out super-long-lasting batteries. That raises interesting questions about resources, performance—and a battery’s second act.
The Best Gear to Make Beer, Wine, Cider, and Mead at Home (2020)
par Parker Hall le 11/07/2020 à 11:00
Your homegrown tomatoes won't help you forget how terrible everything is right now. Here's what you need to make booze at home.
Prepare for Artificial Intelligence to Produce Less Wizardry
par Will Knight le 11/07/2020 à 11:00
A new paper argues that the computing demands of deep learning are so great that progress on tasks like translation and self-driving is likely to slow.
The 19 Best Weekend Deals: Tech, Home Gear, and More
par Louryn Strampe le 11/07/2020 à 11:00
Heatwave and quarantine got you stuck indoors? These deals might help you spruce up your space for more comfort.
How Mysterious Protest Messages Have Filled the Skies
par Mary Alice Miller le 10/07/2020 à 8:37
A WIRED investigation reveals how artists and skytypers are pioneering a new type of tech-fueled activism—and the inhumane conditions they're fighting.
The 'Super Smash Bros.' Community Reckons With Sexual Misconduct Allegations
par Cecilia D'Anastasio le 10/07/2020 à 8:12
Dozens of people have come forward over the past week, many pointing to a culture that they say enabled rampant predatory behavior.
Amazon Says It Didn’t Mean to Ban Employees From Using TikTok
par Louise Matsakis le 10/07/2020 à 6:28
US lawmakers have repeatedly raised security concerns over the app's Chinese ownership. Are US businesses next?
What It's Like to Work at Studio Ghibli
par Geek's Guide to the Galaxy le 10/07/2020 à 4:00
Steve Alpert worked at the animation house for 15 years, a time he details in his new book Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man.
Where Are the Adults in the Clubhouse?
par Steven Levy le 10/07/2020 à 1:00
Plus: A tough review of IBM’s PCjr, fresh questions on Covid-19, and government help for the self-sufficient.
Best Unlimited Data Plans: T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon
par Jeffrey Van Camp, Matt Jancer le 10/07/2020 à 1:00
All the major US carriers have options that let you stream as much as you want. We've laid out how they work, and which will give you the most bang for your buck.
Microsoft Halts a Global Fraud Campaign That Targeted CEOs
par Dan Goodin, Ars Technica le 10/07/2020 à 1:00
A sophisticated scheme was designed to trick businesses in more than 60 countries into wiring large sums of money to attackers.
Covid-19 Immunity May Rely on a Microscopic Helper: T Cells
par Gregory Barber le 10/07/2020 à 12:00
Researchers have been looking beyond antibodies to understand how immunity to the new virus might work—and how to design a vaccine.
Defending Black Lives Means Banning Facial Recognition
par Tawana Petty le 10/07/2020 à 12:00
What’s happening in Detroit should be a wakeup call for the nation. We can’t stop police violence without ending police surveillance.
How We’re Fighting Back Against Doomscrolling
par WIRED Staff le 10/07/2020 à 12:00
This week, Angela Watercutter joins us to talk about why it's hard to unglue your eyes from bad news on social media. Plus, we share our tips for putting down the phone.
Meet the Secret Algorithm That's Keeping Students Out of College
par Tom Simonite le 10/07/2020 à 11:00
The International Baccalaureate program canceled its high-stakes exam because of Covid-19. The formula it used to "predict" scores puzzles students and teachers.
13 YouTube Channels We Geek Out Over in Quarantine
par Matt Jancer le 10/07/2020 à 11:00
From flying a plane to restoring art, YouTubers can truly teach you anything. Here are the best shows that have sparked our curiosity during quarantine.
How a ‘Heat Dome’ Forms—and Why This One Is So Perilous
par Matt Simon le 10/07/2020 à 11:00
A massive, intense heat wave is settling over the continental US. The ravages of the Covid pandemic are going to make it all the more deadly.
The Triumphant, Complicated Return of 'Hamilton'
par Angela Watercutter le 10/07/2020 à 11:00
The musical, which debuted on Broadway in 2015, is now on Disney+. And it's ready to be reexamined in new ways by an even bigger audience.
Will We Recognize Life on Mars When We See It?
par Daniel Oberhaus le 09/07/2020 à 6:12
If NASA's Perseverance rover finds life on the Red Planet, there's a good chance our first extraterrestrial encounter will be a little ambiguous.
'Palm Springs' Is a Timely Comedy About Being Stuck in the Now
par Kate Knibbs le 09/07/2020 à 5:52
In Hulu’s new romantic comedy, every day feels the same. Sound familiar?
Neo-Nazis Are Running Out of Places to Hide Online
par Rita Katz le 09/07/2020 à 5:46
Telegram booting far right groups from their hub disproves the idea that rampant Neo-Nazi terrorist recruitment is inevitable in the internet age
Major iOS 14 Features and How to Download the Public Beta
par Julian Chokkattu le 09/07/2020 à 5:33
Your home screen is changing, and your car keys may become optional. Here’s what you can expect in your next iPhone update.
Dear Joe Biden: Don't Listen to Silicon Valley
par Roger McNamee le 09/07/2020 à 1:00
Unlike 20 years ago, today’s Silicon Valley culture is elitist and authoritarian. Its leaders are part of the problem, not the solution.
DoNotPay Unsubscribes You From Spam—and Tries to Get You Paid
par Lily Hay Newman le 09/07/2020 à 1:00
There's finally a way to get off of email lists with your privacy intact.
Covid Kills More Men Than Women. Experts Still Can’t Explain Why
par Grace Huckins le 09/07/2020 à 12:00
A new tracker from Harvard’s GenderSci Lab is the first to consolidate sex-separated data from across the US. It may help researchers solve the mystery.