:n/e/t/surf: SMSLes réseaux sociaux s'engagent contre la radicalisation en ligne
Suite aux tueries à Paris et à San Bernadino, les sociétés technologiques ont été mises sous pression par la Maison Blanche pour jouer un rôle plus actif dans la lutte contre la radicalisation sur Internet.
Emily Turrettini pour Bilan.
textually.orgHow Much Do Your Text Messages Contribute To Global Warming?
All carbon footprints are about bang for buck. So it's: How much does text messaging do for our lives? Against: What's the impact? NPR reports.
When we wrote this a few years ago, we estimated that the carbon footprint of all the world's text messages to be 32,000 tons of CO2e per year. By now, it will have grown quite a bit, but 32,000 tons is still a tiny figure for all the world's text messaging.
3DPrintingCES 2016 3D printer wrap-up
This year at CES, essentially all of last-year’s vendors were back with new or enhanced products and, more importantly, lots of industry application examples. In addition, not just new printer vendors, but a growing ecosystem of material providers and service bureaus showed up.
Extreme Tech reports on some of the most interesting new developments and provided some updates on a few of the vendors from last year.
The Good DroneDrones that catch other drones by shooting nets at them
Michigan researchers develop a drone that can shoot a net to capture other drones
Authorities are still figuring out how to deal with rogue drones. Shooting them down or disabling them can be very hazardous, since a downed drone could fall in the wrong place, or in an extreme case could contain explosives. Some manufacturers, meanwhile, are building firmware into their drones that prevents them flying near airports or near the White House. The Telegraph reports
Researchers at Michigan Technical University has come up with another solution - a drone that can shoot a net to capture other drones.Tokyo police are using drones with nets to catch other drones
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has introduced a fleet of interceptor drones, designed to catch suspicious-looking drones in nets.
Read full article in The Telegraph.