Mois : mars 2015 (page 1 of 6)


The Chromebit looks like a large USB thumb drive, and connects via HDMI to a monitor or television, giving you instant access to Chorme OS and all its features.

via Asus Chromebit Preview – CNET.

Pac Man sur Google Map, pas pour les power gamers, mais…

Pac Man – Google Maps

What happens when two men are communicating on Tinder, whilst each believes he is flirting with a girl?

via Catfish: Tinder man-in-the-middle, via The Verge

Google is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon subsidiary to build what the two hope are the ultimate platform for robotic surgery.

via Google Takes on the Challenge of Making Robot Surgery Safer | WIRED.

We designed the largest open floor plan in the world — a single room that fits thousands of people.

via Mark Zuckerberg.

Pas pour la musique, pas pour Firefox, mais…

… sur YouTube avec Chrome (i.e. Google) !

Via – Noa Neal ‘Graffiti’ 4K 360° Music Video Clip – YouTube.

“You might consider closing your Facebook account, if you have one,” European Commission attorney Bernhard Schima told attorney-general Yves Bot at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.

via EU-US data pact skewered in court hearing.

L’histoire fait au moins comprendre une chose : l’état de notre environnement est souvent celui de notre démocratie.

via Cancer et herbicides : Monsanto préfère s’en prendre aux scientifiques – Rue89 – L’Obs.

La télévision oeil de demain – Vidéo

If you have AT&T’s gigabit Internet service and wonder why it seems so affordable, here’s the reason—AT&T is boosting profits by rerouting all your Web browsing to an in-house traffic scanning platform, analyzing your Internet habits, then using the results to deliver personalized ads to the websites you visit, e-mail to your inbox, and junk mail to your front door.

via AT&T’s plan to watch your Web browsing—and what you can do about it | Ars Technica.

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