|Catégorie(s)||Internet / Informatique|
Yes, Chainmail Is Really Hard to Draw
par Geek's Guide to the Galaxy le 05/03/2021 à 5:00
Ultima artist Denis Loubet knows this for a fact.
Our Favorite Cold-Weather Gear for $100 or Less
par Louryn Strampe, Julian Chokkattu le 05/03/2021 à 3:00
These coats, gloves, and other winter essentials will keep you bundled up and under budget.
The Magical Mystery of WandaVision’s Kathryn Hahn
par Angela Watercutter le 05/03/2021 à 2:00
As the ancient witch Agatha Harkness, she’s pulling off her best trick yet.
These Smart Insoles Fixed My Running Form—and My Aching Hip
par Parker Hall le 05/03/2021 à 2:00
These pressure-sensing insoles are a great diagnostic tool for leveling up training or addressing painful running woes.
NFTs Are a Collective Hallucination—So What?
par Steven Levy le 05/03/2021 à 2:00
Plus: The man behind digital money, how to disseminate facts, and a union in the most unlikely of places.
The Game Walden Shows Us That Some Things Can’t Be Digitized
par Sarah Ruth Bates le 05/03/2021 à 1:00
It invites players to "live deliberately" in the woods, as Thoreau did—but it's not an experience you can easily replicate.
Augmented Reality Isn’t Quite There Yet
par WIRED Staff le 05/03/2021 à 1:00
Even with breakthroughs like HoloLens and Pokemon Go, we are still a few years away from fulfilling AR’s biggest promises.
Gig Companies Fear a Worker Shortage, Despite a Recession
par Aarian Marshall le 05/03/2021 à 1:00
The pandemic sapped demand for rides from Uber and Lyft, and government aid has cushioned the blow for workers. Execs are feeling the strain.
You're Vaccinated and People Want to Visit. Now What?
par Adam Rogers le 05/03/2021 à 12:00
After getting fully inoculated against Covid-19, here are some scenarios that prove the New Normal isn’t normal at all.
How to Tap Into Students' Strengths During Remote Learning
par Virginia Valenzuela le 05/03/2021 à 12:00
Growing up making friends on AIM and in chatrooms, I know the internet can foster human connection. Here are some tips that translate to teaching online classes.
Who Are the Biggest Influencers on Clubhouse?
par Arielle Pardes le 05/03/2021 à 12:00
It's harder to figure out than you might expect.
China’s and Russia’s Spying Sprees Will Take Years to Unpack
par Brian Barrett le 04/03/2021 à 6:10
The full extent of the SolarWinds hack and Hafnium’s attack on Microsoft Exchange Server may never be known.
Facebook’s New AI Teaches Itself to See With Less Human Help
par Will Knight le 04/03/2021 à 3:00
Most image recognition algorithms require lots of labeled pictures. This new approach eliminates the need for most of the labeling.
Thousands of Android and iOS Apps Leak Data From the Cloud
par Lily Hay Newman le 04/03/2021 à 3:00
It's the digital equivalent of leaving your windows or doors open when you leave the house—and in some cases, leaving them open all the time.
All Our Favorite Accessories for the Nintendo Switch
par Jess Grey, Jeffrey Van Camp le 04/03/2021 à 2:00
Did you pick up a Switch or Switch Lite recently? Here are some screen protectors, chargers, and other accoutrements for your new best friend.
The Rise of Unapologetically Erotic LGBTQ+ Games
par Mark Hill le 04/03/2021 à 1:00
Video games have long struggled to handle sexuality, but a growing number of indie developers are changing that.
Shark's Stick Vacuum Is No Dyson-Killer
par Adrienne So le 04/03/2021 à 1:00
The company's cordless vacs are touted as affordable Dyson alternatives. I'm not so sure about that.
Can Alien Smog Lead Us to Extraterrestrial Civilizations?
par Meghan Herbst le 04/03/2021 à 1:00
A new study modeled whether we could find intelligent life on another planet—by looking for its pollution.
Why Can't I Stop Staring at My Own Face on Zoom?
par Meghan O'Gieblyn le 04/03/2021 à 1:00
WIRED's spiritual advice columnist on narcissism, Nabokov, and what it means to exist—really exist—for other people.
The Best Used Tech to Buy (and Sell)
par Whitson Gordon le 04/03/2021 à 12:00
That old Microsoft Zune? Not so much. That old iPhone? Definitely.
The Secret Behind North Dakota’s Speedy Vaccine Rollout
par Gregory Barber le 04/03/2021 à 12:00
The state’s independent rural drugstores are showing the power of small.
The Murder Hornets Nature Doc Disguised as a True-Crime Show
par Kate Knibbs le 04/03/2021 à 12:00
Attack of the Murder Hornets plays out like a spooky murder mystery. But the insects are scary enough; they don't need horror movie tropes.
Adoption Moved to Facebook and a War Began
par Samantha M. Shapiro le 04/03/2021 à 12:00
As the adoption industry migrates to social media, regretful adoptees and birth mothers are confronting prospective parents with their personal pain—and anger.
Gab's CTO Introduced a Critical Vulnerability to the Site
par Dan Goodin, Ars Technica le 03/03/2021 à 7:30
A review of the open source code shows an account under the executive's name made a mistake that could lead to the kind of breach reported this weekend.
Everything You Need to Know About the Coronavirus
par Eve Sneider le 03/03/2021 à 5:59
Here's all the WIRED coverage in one place, from how to keep your children entertained to how this outbreak is affecting the economy.
Here's All the Gear You Need to Start Climbing
par Matt Jancer le 03/03/2021 à 3:00
You don't need a lot, nor do you need to spend a ton. From harnesses to carabiners, here are our favorites.
Help! I’m Sneaking Into My Office. Is This So Wrong?
par Megan Greenwell le 03/03/2021 à 2:00
In this week’s Out of Office column, Megan tackles guilt, bad policies, and the rules of zoomfood.
TikTok Played a Key Role in MAGA Radicalization
par Cameron Hickey le 03/03/2021 à 2:00
The platform's absorbing endless scroll and karaoke features have built an overlooked disinformation machine.
How Far Away From Perseverance Did the Descent Stage Land?
par Rhett Allain le 03/03/2021 à 2:00
The rocket lowered the rover onto the surface of Mars before it shot away from the landing site. So where did it end up?
The Pandemic Nearly Shuttered My Church. Technology Saved It
par Ashley Memory le 03/03/2021 à 2:00
From engaging audiences to building bridges, tech has helped my small, rural faith community weather the storm. Here's how it might help yours too.
Who Is R. A. Lafferty? And Is He the Best Sci-Fi Writer Ever?
par Jason Kehe le 03/03/2021 à 1:00
You’ve never heard of him, but your favorite writers have, and his mad-drunk prose will knock you sideways.
Fake News Gets More Engagement on Facebook—If It’s Right-Wing
par Gilad Edelman le 03/03/2021 à 1:00
Far-right pages that publish misinformation get the most interactions by far compared to other news sources, new research shows.
Soak in Your Own Sweat Inside a Heated Sauna Blanket
par Boone Ashworth le 03/03/2021 à 1:00
MiHigh’s portable infrared sauna is warm, wet, and weird.
If You Transplant a Head, Does Its Consciousness Follow?
par Max G. Levy le 03/03/2021 à 1:00
In her new book, Brandy Schillace recalls the unbelievable legacy of a Cold War era neurosurgeon’s mission to preserve the soul.
Should Anyone Actually Care About Ray Tracing?
par Eric Ravenscraft le 03/03/2021 à 12:00
What was supposed to be all the rage in graphics quickly turned into a meme. But will it actually improve your gaming experience?
Anthony Fauci Pleads: Don’t Declare Victory
par Steven Levy le 03/03/2021 à 12:00
The Covidologist-in-chief says we can’t relax on masks and social distancing yet. Hear that, Texas?
Twitch's First Transparency Report Is Here—and Long Overdue
par Cecilia D'Anastasio le 02/03/2021 à 6:00
The decade-old streaming platform has for the first time detailed its efforts to safeguard its user base in one place.
Six-Word Sci-Fi: Stories Written By You
par WIRED Readers le 02/03/2021 à 6:00
Here's this month's prompt, how to submit, and an illustrated archive of past favorites.
Strap on a HoloLens and Step Into the AR Conference Room
par Lauren Goode le 02/03/2021 à 4:40
Microsoft’s new Mesh software platform helps faraway coworkers meet up and interact in mixed reality. The results are, well, still mixed.
Sleuths Read Old Booby-Trapped Letters Without Opening Them
par Matt Simon le 02/03/2021 à 4:00
People once folded their correspondence in intricate ways, known as “letterlocking,” to keep out snoops. A fancy new imaging technique sees right through it.
The ‘Girl Games’ of the ’90s Were Fun and Feminist
par Drew Dakessian le 02/03/2021 à 3:00
Here’s a look back at some of the earliest games for girls—and the role women played in the game industry’s early days.
How a Hashtag Went Viral—and Incited a Military Intervention
par Joe Parkinson, Drew Hinshaw le 02/03/2021 à 2:00
In 2014, more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped. It hardly made global headlines, until the Twitter masses brought it all the way to the White House.
What Do TV’s Race Fantasies Actually Want to Say?
par Jason Parham le 02/03/2021 à 2:00
Shows like Bridgerton and Hollywood alter the past in the name of inclusion. It would benefit us more to write the world as it was, as it is.
Vaccine Passports Can Help the US Reopen—or Further Divide Us
par Albert Fox Cahn le 02/03/2021 à 2:00
Overly restrictive “yellow cards” could end up disproportionately excluding Black and Latinx citizens from jobs, schools, or even the neighborhood market.
Microsoft's Dream of Decentralized IDs Enters the Real World
par Lily Hay Newman le 02/03/2021 à 2:00
The company will launch a public preview of its identification platform this spring—and has already tested it at the UK's National Health Service.
Valheim Is Changing How We Play Survival Games
par Reece Rogers le 02/03/2021 à 1:00
The CEO behind the viral success discusses how it became the top-selling game on Steam—and the game's biggest weakness moving forward.
The Best Podcasts for Your Smart, Bored Kid
par Scott Gilbertson le 02/03/2021 à 1:00
These child-friendly stories will keep your little ones entertained and ease the stress of being stuck indoors.
How Elon Musk Convinced Gwynne Shotwell to Join SpaceX
par Eric Berger, Ars Technica le 02/03/2021 à 1:00
Ultimately, their management styles were similar: Don’t talk about doing things, just do things.
While Jack Dorsey Mans the Monastery
par Virginia Heffernan le 02/03/2021 à 1:00
The small but boisterous slice of Twitter that's preoccupied with politics imagines @jack, the author of our collective Twitter being, as all-powerful. He's not.
Email and Slack Have Locked Us in a Productivity Paradox
par Cal Newport le 02/03/2021 à 1:00
From PCs to smartphones, office tech has always promised to make us more productive. But time and again, it's come with unexpected side effects.