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Hier — 16 novembre 2019Wired

Drawing With Drones Over the Salt Flats of Bolivia

Par Michael Hardy
Reuben Wu uses LED-equipped drones to illuminate mysterious shapes in one of the world’s strangest landscapes.

'Buffy' Should Have Been Set in the Virgin Islands

Par Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Author Cadwell Turnbull, who grew up in Saint Thomas, thinks his home territories would have been a better locale for the show.

16 Best Gifts for Travelers and Frequent Flyers

Par Louryn Strampe
These gifts will help jet-setters stay their wanderlust woes.

Hackers Discovered Only After Maxing Out Victim's Cloud Storage

Par Lily Hay Newman
A border privacy win, a suspect Army app, and more of the week's top security news.

Uber’s Mistakes, 'Ford v Ferrari,' and More Car News

Par Aarian Marshall
Plus: The deadly design flaws of the B-17 Flying Fortress and a sneaky cat swap.

Google Is Finally Rolling Out its Own RCS in the US

Par Ron Amadeo, Ars Technica
The company’s already launched the messaging standard in the UK and France, and now America is next, carriers be damned.

Liv Thrive E+ EX Pro Review: An E-Bike Made Just for Women

Par Stephanie Pearson
The designers of the Liv Thrive E+ EX-Pro posit that bicycle frames can be tweaked to accommodate the specific needs of more petite, more powerful riders.

Every Tech Company Wants to Be a Bank—Someday, At Least

Par Gregory Barber
Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Uber are all eyeing financial services as the next frontier. Getting there might take some work.

14 Best Fitness, Audio, and Snow Sports Deals Right Now

Par WIRED Staff
Hit the gym, cozy up indoors, or tackle the slopes with these discounts.

Google Stadia Will Be Missing Some Key Features at Launch

Par Julie Muncy
First impressions are critically important, especially for gaming consoles. You feeling lucky, Google?

146 New Android Bugs, an Audio Porn Streaming Site, and More News

Par Alex Baker-Whitcomb
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

A Visual Diary of This Year's WIRED25 Festival

Par Phuc Pham
Dina Litovsky captured the weirdest and the WIRED-est moments from our 2019 event.

Chasing Instagram Analytics, My Friend Became a Grocery Store

Par Louise Matsakis
Instagram has helped blur the lines between personal branding and personal life—such as by encouraging people to turn their profiles into businesses.

11 Best Tablets for Every Budget (2019): iPad, Samsung, Amazon

Par Jeffrey Van Camp
Whether you prefer Android, iOS, or Windows, these are the best tablets we've tried.

12 Great Gifts for the Coffee Lover in Your Life

Par Scott Gilbertson
We all know someone who puts a little too much time into their morning coffee. Here's how to shop for them.

‘Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself’ and the Meme-ing of Conspiracy

Par Emma Grey Ellis
What happens when a conspiracy theory becomes flattened into a quick, shareable phrase?

An Instagram Without Likes, And a MacBook Keyboard Without Fails

Par WIRED Staff
Instagram and Apple made small changes to their products this week that could affect customers in a major way.

The Evidence That Links Russia’s Most Brazen Hacking Efforts

Par Andy Greenberg
From the 2017 French election to the Olympics to NotPetya, the same group's fingerprints have appeared again and again.

'Ford v Ferrari' Overlooks the Best Part of the Racing Rivalry

Par Alex Davies
It's a good time, but it skips the feats of engineering that made 1966's historic 24 Hours of Le Mans race possible.

Alien Hunters Need the Far Side of the Moon to Stay Quiet

Par Daniel Oberhaus
The far side is normally protected from all the radio noise emanating from Earth, but SETI researchers worry that new visitors will gunk it up.

146 New Vulnerabilities All Come Preinstalled on Android Phones

Par Brian Barrett
The dozens of flaws across 29 Android smartphone makers show just how insecure the devices can be, even brand-new.
À partir d’avant-hierWired

'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' Is Strong With the Force

Par Julie Muncy
Traditional in its approach to the material but elegant in its craftsmanship, the game is one of the best 'Star Wars' games ever made.

Vape Detectors in Schools, Mental Health on Pinterest, and More News

Par Alex Baker-Whitcomb
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

The Searing Colors of Santiago's Revolution

Par Jason Parham
Photographer Marcelo Hernandez’s image pinpoints the glory and agony of Chileans’ struggle for liberation.

How Wily Teens Outwit Bathroom Vape Detectors

Par Sara Harrison
Schools are shelling out thousands for vape detectors, yet students easily circumvent them. Teen vaping solutions need an educational component as well.

*The Witcher* Will Get a Second Season on Netflix

Par Angela Watercutter
The streaming giant is also rebooting the *Beverly Hills Cop* franchise.

Pinterest Has a New Plan to Address Self-Harm

Par Arielle Pardes
The company has gotten better at removing distressing content. Now it wants to help users feel better.

How to Whistle Like a Pro and Blow Away Your Friends

Par Briana Flin
Champion whistler Sean Lomax shared the tricks of his trade with WIRED.

15 Early Black Friday Tech Deals for 2019 (Frequent Updates)

Par Louryn Strampe
Get a head start on holiday shopping with these deals and discounts.

Don’t Underestimate the Forces, Mandalorian

Par Rhett Allain
A physicist analyzes a fight scene in the new TV series and asks: Do the *shoes* make the Mandalorian?

Best Gift Ideas for Sony PlayStation Fans (2019)

Par Boone Ashworth
From themed coasters to games like Spider-Man, these are 2019's best gift ideas for a PlayStation lover.

The Future of Banking Is … You're Broke

Par Molly Wood
Our present financial ruin is being turned into a business model.

Audio Porn Platform Quinn Streams Erotica to Your Ears

Par Liz Stinson
The website, now relaunching, aims to become the internet’s top destination for sexy sound clips as the “Spotify for audio porn.”

The 6 Best TVs to Buy for Every Budget (2019)

Par Parker Hall
The best, boldest, and most budget-friendly 4K and 8K TVs WIRED has seen, including LG, Samsung, Vizio, and TCL.

*The Mandalorian* Is Set to Become 2019's Most Pirated Show

Par Amit Katwala, WIRED UK
Disney\+ has only launched in a handful of territories so far—which means *Star Wars* fans around the world are left waiting. 

The Strange Life and Mysterious Death of a Virtuoso Coder

Par Brendan I. Koerner
Jerold Haas was on the brink of blockchain riches. Then his body was found in the woods of southern Ohio.

Motorola Razr 2019: Specs, Price, Release Date

Par Lauren Goode
Motorola reboots the classic Razr once again, this time as a folding smartphone.

Disney+ Changes 'Star Wars' Canon Once Again

Par Adam Rogers
Watching A New Hope on Disney+? That shootout between Han Solo and Greedo might look different than it did in 1977. And 2004. And 2011.

How the Climate Crisis Is Killing Us, in 9 Alarming Charts

Par Matt Simon
A new report from over 100 experts paints a devastating picture of how climate change is already imperiling human health.

The EPA's Anti-Science ‘Transparency’ Rule Has a Long History

Par Eric Niiler
The federal agency plans to adopt a long-sought regulation that would let it ignore large swaths of environmental science in its rulemaking.

Russia Fails to Stop Alleged Hacker From Facing US Charges

Par Garrett M. Graff
The repercussions over custody and extradition of Aleksei Burkov have set off a geopolitical maelstrom.

A MacBook Keyboard Fix, Best Buy's Smart Home Mess, and More News From Today

Par Alex Baker-Whitcomb
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

Google Is Basically Daring the US to Block Its Fitbit Deal

Par Gilad Edelman
The company’s moves into health data will test how serious antitrust enforcers are about privacy issues.

GitHub Finally Has Its Own iOS and Android Apps

Par Klint Finley
First launched in 2008, the open source hub is launching its first apps for iOS and Android.

The Influencer Scientists Debunking Online Misinformation

Par Emma Grey Ellis
A lot of the hacks and diets on social media are bogus, or even dangerous. These fact-checkers are using YouTube and Instagram to battle bad info.

Microsoft Sends a New Kind of AI Processor Into the Cloud

Par Will Knight
An innovative chip from Graphcore could push artificial intelligence applications to greater heights.

The Brave Browser Extends Its Payouts to iOS

Par Klint Finley
Nearly four years after Brave proposed paying users to surf the web, that vision is finally coming to the iPhone.

Like Y Combinator, but for Hollywood Scripts

Par Lydia Horne
Imagine Impact uses machine learning to sift through applications for its screenwriter boot camp and identify new voices.

Apple MacBook Pro 16-Inch (2019): Price, Specs, and Release Date

Par Julian Chokkattu
MacBook keyboards have been plagued by problems for years. It’s high time to say goodbye.

Adam Savage on Juggling and How Obsession Makes You Smarter

Par Aarian Marshall
Genius is a myth, the former *MythBusters* cohost believes. You get smarter by investing time and energy in something you love.