It turns out that kleptopredation is an environmentally friendly strategy. Perhaps there really is honor among thieves.
At the ultra-flashy Geneva Motor Show, the revived Polestar, VW, and other automakers showed off cars they hope will let them dominate the growing electric car market.
And the ride-hailing giant is hard to beat when it comes to piling up data about where and when things go.
Radiosonde enthusiasts use a software and huge antennae to track balloons that have parachuted back to earth.
To understand Bernoulli's principle, it helps to think of air as a bunch of tiny balls.
First Moore, now Lass: As machinery gets cheaper and more digitized, could the number of fab labs, or such tools, really double every year and a half?
It teaches readers about the volatile compounds in food, and how to combine them in their cooking.
There are a few privacy changes that have occured and will occur. You may be affected, so I've summarised it here. Please keep in mind I'm not your legal counsil so as always, check yours.
Washington governor Jay Inslee on Monday signed the nation’s first state law intended to protect net neutrality.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against the ride-hailing giant Monday for failing to disclose a massive hack for more than a year—and it might not be the last.
Women helped create web domains and bookmarks, a neglected history explored in Claire L. Evans’ new book “Broad Band.”
Frances McDormand's acceptance speech was just one of the moments that made last night's Oscars feel like real change was happening.
A clever system uses lasers and algorithms to map out-of-sight objects in 3-D. That could be great news for self-driving cars.
WIRED columnist Maryn McKenna on how offshoring drug and medical supply manufacturing puts patients and hospitals at risk.
When you're sending a $500,000 vial of genetically engineered, cancer-fighting cells, a safe delivery can mean the difference between life and death.
Privacy advocates and venture capitalists want to circumvent the tech giants with apps using encrypted data stored on networks of computers.
It’s not common to find a complex malicious bash script. Usually, bash scripts are used to download a malicious executable and start it. This one has been spotted by @michalmalik who twitted about it. I had a quick look at it. The script has currently a score of 13/50 on VT. First of all, the script installs some tools and dependencies. 'apt-get' and 'yum' are used, this means that multiple Linux distributions are targeted. The following packages are installed: wget, git, make, python, redis-tools, gcc, build-essentials. Some Python packages are installed via PIP.
Huge wins for 'Get Out' and 'The Shape of Water' prove genre fare can grapple with Big Ideas, and still connect with moviegoers.