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By Marc Zaffagni | September 22, 2023

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SpaceX must be worried. In the space of two months, 212 satellites have simply disappeared from the constellation sent in orbit by the company of Elon Musk.

The batteries see their price sagging from year to year. Can we really speak of a tariff tumble preparing to change the face of the automotive industry ?

You are eyeing the new iPhone 15 Pro and its titanium coating ? Beware of traces left by your fingers !

The streaming giant is still struggling to communicate on the future of hi-fi quality on its platform. But fortunately, the source code of one of its applications reveals to us all that we needed to know.

Sheltered in the premises of Airbus Defense and Space in Toulouse, the teams prepare for future European weather satellites Metop-SG. Real jewelry ! We went to meet Herve Marcille, Project Manager of the satellite, who gave us around this impressive machine and his instruments.

The choice of the graphics card must also be made by reflecting on the associated screen … and vice versa, to avoid any disappointment.

The Osiris-Rex probe returns today from a long journey, with, in its boxes, very precious deposits !

Generations of Intel processors for desktop machines could jostle current 2024. If the stars are aligned of course.

Pre -orders of the iPhone 15 seem to have surpassed all expectations.

Sports programs on the Internet, this is not what is missing, very clearly. It is even complicated to navigate, and you must very often call a sports coach. This will be able to determine the sets of exercises adapted to our objectives and capacities.

Which is the most resistant between the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro ? We now know the answer.

Meta continues to refine its Threads application, soon with a new highly requested feature.

If you fall for and drop your phone during a call falling under telephone canvassing, know that everything is not lost. Here are our tips for ending the conversation as soon as possible.

Evodiff, here is the new work software environment developed by Microsoft. Operating thanks to the power of the AI, it will be used in particular to improve the protein design process.

If there is one question that many of us have in our mouths, it is that of the presence of extraterrestrial lives. Even if the question is far from being elucidated, James Webb sends us good news: there is CO2 on Europe !

The YouTube channel specializing in smartphone dismantling PBKREVIEWS has looked into the latest Apple jewel to discover the secrets of its design. Some differences must be noted compared to the previous generation.

Last Sunday, faith and technology met during a mass held in Texas. The speech held during the preaching was fully generated thanks to Chatgpt.

Expected in theaters on September 27, The Creator signs the return of Gareth Edwards (Rogue One) behind the camera. And unless you are anxious by the question of artificial intelligence, the project promises more than promising. His new trailer makes you want to see more.

The range of Xeon processors is intended for servers and work stations, but that is not a reason not to be interested in it.

After provoking a real outcry by changing monetization, Unity changes music hoping to soothe tensions.

In a month, Intel will return to its range of desktop processors with a subtle evolution of the Raptor Lake from last year.

It will soon be the weekend ! The time has come to reveal you the 5 apps that caught our eye this week.

If there is almost only for Starfield in recent days, we should not forget the other big video game card in recent weeks that is Baldur’s Gate 3. In any case, the artist Tom Cardy seems to play it. Maybe a little too much, besides.

Here is a feature that could interest the first iPhone 15 buyers. Your smartphone will probably thank you later.

For the time being, the first rumors around the Samsung Galaxy S24 are unfortunately not the most encouraging…

The Redmond company has managed to correct part of the faults of its first prototype intended for the armed forces. Enough, in any case, to win a rather juicy contract.

In the space of a few months, chatbots have risen in spectacular popularity, and it is not necessarily for the reasons that one might think.

Upload is perhaps not the most popular series of Prime Video (which however presents it as its comedy #1), but it does not lack qualities. The proof, Amazon offers him a third season, of which here is the trailer, accompanied by a broadcast date.

News

This mobile package offers 155 GB of 4G Internet at € 16.99/month on Orange and SFR

This mobile package offers 155 GB of 4G Internet at € 16.99/month on Orange and SFR

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Gen V: Exit, history, casting. Everything about The Boys' spin-off

Gen V: outing, history, casting. Everything about The Boys’ spin-off

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Purevpn unveils its VPN application dedicated to Apple TV

Purevpn unveils its VPN application dedicated to Apple TV

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Promo-The 100 GB 5G SFR package goes to € 15.99/month [-48%] for one year

By Stanislas Samuel with Cnet.com | September 23, 2023

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Good plan – 80 GB of data and 5G included in this Lyca Mobile package at € 7.99

By Stanislas Samuel with Cnet.com | September 22, 2023

OPENAI brings together chatgpt and dall-e for the creation of images

OPENAI brings together chatgpt and dall-e for the creation of images

By Marc Zaffagni | September 22, 2023

A man dies after having followed the indications of Google Maps, his family files a complaint

A man dies after having followed the indications of Google Maps, his family files a complaint

By Todisoa Tsarafiavia | September 22, 2023

Microsoft renews 3 surface models with internal components adapted to its AI

Microsoft renews 3 surface models with internal components adapted to its AI

By Marc Zaffagni | September 22, 2023

Discover the new features that arrive on Paramount+ in October 2023

Discover the new features that arrive on Paramount+ in October 2023

By Marine Pérot | September 22, 2023

End of the ticket book in the Paris metro: smartphone as an alternative?

End of the ticket book in the Paris metro: smartphone as an alternative ?

By Roch Arena | September 22, 2023

Disney+: Star Wars series and movies planned for the platform

Disney+: Star Wars series and movies planned for the platform

By Thibaud Gomès-Léal | September 22, 2023

iPhone 15 Pro: its titanium frame could change color because of your fingers

iPhone 15 Pro: its titanium frame could change color because of your fingers

By Todisoa Tsarafiavia | September 22, 2023

IOS 17: How to identify your animals in your personal photo album?

iOS 17: how to identify your animals in your personal photo album ?

By Roch Arena | September 22, 2023

Disney+: For the 100th anniversary of Disney, a short film brings together the iconic characters of the studio

Disney+: For the 100th anniversary of Disney, a short film brings together the iconic characters of the studio

By Marine Pérot | September 22, 2023

Microsoft Copilot introduces AI in Windows 11, works on several applications and on the phone

Microsoft Copilot introduces AI in Windows 11, works on several applications and on the phone

By Marc Zaffagni | September 22, 2023

Bose unveils the Smart Ultra soundbar with integrated Dolby Atmos

Bose unveils the Smart Ultra soundbar with integrated Dolby Atmos

By Marc Zaffagni | September 22, 2023

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On low-tech items

October 23, 2022

Low-tech: After the imaginations of technical sobriety, we must be interested in uses

Low-tech deployment requires taking into account the human factor and changing design practices.

October 6, 2022

With the low-tech, think and act in the technique

Thibaut Faucon, ADEME (Ecological Transition Agency)

Low-tech exceeds the sole question of intensity and technological complexity. It must also be part of a discernment on the scale of society vis-à-vis our needs.

September 4, 2022

How “low tech” are made a place in France

The “bass” technologies, or low tech, are more sober, more durable, more accessible, simpler.

October 13, 2020

The struggle for free agriculture: tinker and share to emancipate oneself

Faced with the locking of agricultural machines and seeds by manufacturers, farmers use the tools of the outbuildings to promote free agriculture.

FEBRUARY 4, 2020

When innovation is frugal

Doing more with less is the mantra of frugal innovation. A promising trend for low -income people, but which has environmental limits.

June 17, 2019

Deconsumption and moral scoring, is it ethical ?

Moralscore.Org, a start-up which proposes to trivialize ethics as a criterion of choice questions the place of industrialists in the food transition.

November 27, 2018

Can urban agriculture projects be viable ?

There are a hundred urban agriculture companies in France. The Paris region is currently the most dynamic under the leadership of the operation “Parisculteurs”.

October 9, 2018

Roof vegetables in town, it’s not just to do pretty

Baptiste GRARD, Agroparisech-Paris-Saclay University; Christine Aubry, Agroparisech-Paris-Saclay University, and Claire Chenu, INRAE

Vegetalizing the roofs of urban centers has many advantages, assessed for the first time by a team of researchers.

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  2. Fanny Parise Associate Researcher, Anthropology, Lake Geneva Institute of Practical Theology, University of Lausanne
  3. Nicolas Plantey Doctoral student in epistemology and project manager Dim Astrea, Inrae
  4. Baptiste GRARD Postdoctoral researcher, Agroparisech-Paris-Saclay University
  5. Claire Chenu teacher researcher at AgroParistech, soil science, biogeochemistry, organic matter, INRAE
  6. Christine Aubry Founding of the Inrae Research Team “Urban Agriculture”, UMR SADAPT, AgroParISTECH-University Paris-Saclay
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  10. Thibaut Faucon Scientific and Technical Coordinator, ADEME (Ecological Transition Agency)