Posts tagged SciTech
With the new sci-fi flick Ghost in the Shell hitting theaters this week, Scientific American asks artificial intelligence experts which movies, if any, have gotten AI right -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Samsung is facing its biggest test with the unveiling of a new phone, the Galaxy S8. CNET News executive editor Roger Cheng joins CBSN with details of what to expect from the new device.
With its first big launch since the Note 7 recall, Samsung delivers a "simply gorgeous” phone – but can it earn consumers' trust?
After Tuesday's vote by the House of Representatives to strip online privacy protections, a new site aims to mask your browsing history with search noise. The post Wanna Protect Your Online Privacy? Open a Tab and Make Some Noise appeared first on WIRED.
A new model incorporates protein, drug, and clinical data to better predict which genes are most likely make proteins that drugs can bind to. The post Supercomputers Are Stocking Next Generation Drug Pipelines appeared first on WIRED.
SpaceX plans to fly a Falcon 9 rocket Thursday using a previously flown first stage, a historic step in the company's push to lower launch costs
Apple’s latest operating system update, iOS 10.3, has arrived; here’s what you should know before selecting "Install"
The strange story of Amir Taaki---Bitcoin coder, anti-ISIS revolutionary, and British terrorism defendant. The post How an Anarchist Bitcoin Coder Found Himself Fighting ISIS in Syria appeared first on WIRED.
When it came to big-screen horror adaptations, the Reagan decade wasn't always kind to the author. But Hollywood has only gotten Pennywiser with age. The post With the First Trailer for It, Stephen King Reclaims the '80s appeared first on WIRED.
The reboot of the automaker's self-driving system gets going. The post Tesla Finally Makes Its New Autopilot as Good as the Old One appeared first on WIRED.
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My, what big windows you haveBlue Origin, the private company hoping to carry tourists into space in 2018, has unveiled the interior design for its spacecraft's cabin. Check it out:…
Puffer, from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, can explore places too risky for bigger, more expensive rovers. The post NASA’s Shapeshifting Origami Robot Squeezes Where Others Can’t appeared first on WIRED.