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Aujourd’hui — 21 juillet 2019Wired

A Meditation on Moon Shots, a Mid-Engine Corvette, and More Car News This Week

Par Aarian Marshall
We debate the use of the term “moon shot,” digitally drive the first mid-engine ’Vette, and check in how on Formula E is fueling an all-electric future.

An Alien-Hunting Russian Tech Mogul May Help Solve a Space Mystery

Par Katia Moskvitch
Russian billionaire Yuri Milner has invested a fortune to help SETI find the source of cosmic flashes that emit the energy of 500 million suns.

Are Super Automatic Espresso Machines Worth Buying?

Par Jeffrey Van Camp
These premium coffee machines promise a hot, perfect cup of espresso, automatically. We tried some out to see if they’re worth $1,000—or more.

The Story Universe of Magic: The Gathering Is Expanding

Par Adam Rogers
Can a complicated, nerdy card game turn into a cross-media story? Maybe it already is one.

Adware Is the Malware You Should Actually Be Worried About

Par Lily Hay Newman
For all the attention on sophisticated nation-state attacks, the malware that’s most likely to hit your phone is much more mundane.

'Snowpiercer' Trains an Eye on TV—and Its Genre DNA Runs Deep

Par Peter Rubin
Under the watch of the creator of 'Orphan Black,' the post-apocalyptic thrill-ride folds in elements of 'Westworld,' 'The Leftovers,' and more.

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Isn't Cinematic

Par Angela Watercutter
A good portion of the upcoming Marvel Studio's slate will be streaming on Disney+.

*Star Trek: Picard* Shows Where the Franchise Is Boldly Going

Par Adam Rogers
It’s also a look at CBS All Access' future.

‘Snowpiercer,’ ‘Picard,’ and More Awesome Trailers Hit Comic-Con

Par WIRED Staff
Comic-Con's biggest day brought the most massive trailers of the convention.

Comic-Con's Batman VR Experience Soars—While Others Fall Flat

Par Peter Rubin
A couple of experiences shone in San Diego, but most of them proved that AR and VR need care—and money—to excel.

Are Humans the Meanest Species in the Universe?

Par Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Melinda Snodgrass' novel *The High Ground* examines human cruelty in an alien first-contact scenario.

Browser Extensions Scraped Data From Millions of People

Par Emily Dreyfuss
Slack passwords, NSO spyware, and more of the week's top security news.
Hier — 20 juillet 2019Wired

Sony RX 100 VI Review: It Does What Your Phone Camera Can't

Par Jess Grey
It's small, lightweight, and has an impressive zoom. But that comes with a hefty price tag.

How Formula E Racing Makes Electric Cars Faster, Smarter, Funner

Par Brett Berk
For automakers like BMW, Audi, and Jaguar, making EVs for the track is a natural way to hone EVs for the streets.

Space Photos of the Week: This Apollo Went to 11

Par Shannon Stirone
The space race was the ultimate demonstration of US prowess. There was more to it than winning, though.

'Game of Thrones' Goes on a Victory Lap—and an Apology Tour

Par Angela Watercutter
The show's farewell panel at Comic-Con was a one-sided goodbye.

The App Creeping on Your IG Location, Jakarta’s Insurance Crisis, and More News

Par Lydia Horne
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

Netflix’s 'The Witcher' Makes a Play to Be the Next 'Game of Thrones'

Par Angela Watercutter
The streaming service might have the new fantasy crossover hit.

Amazon Warns Customers: Those Supplements Might Be Fake

Par Louise Matsakis
The company confirmed that it had notified users earlier this week that the Align supplements they purchased were likely counterfeits.

Gadget Lab Podcast: Twitter’s Major Design Overhaul

Par WIRED Staff
Twitter has launched its first major redesign in several years. The question is whether it’s enough to make a dent in the hate and harassment.

This App Lets Your Instagram Followers Track Your Location

Par Paris Martineau
By aggregating data from geotagged posts and stories, Who's in Town can paint a detailed picture of the habits and haunts of anyone with a Instagram account.

Marvel's Games Are Starting to Feel a Lot Like Its Movies

Par Peter Rubin
They're not all telling the same story, but they're telling their own stories *consistently*—a recipe for a new kind of success.

'Fallout 76' Desperately Needs to Test-Play Its Patches More

Par Julie Muncy
This week's game news: update troubles for 'Fallout 76,' Nintendo Switch's possessed joysticks, and the bizarre trailer for 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.'
À partir d’avant-hierWired

Congress Is Pissed at Facebook and the FTC

Par Matt Laslo
But lawmakers appear too divided still to do anything meaningful about it.

The Incredible Tech Behind This Year's Tour de France Bikes

Par Andrew Diprose, WIRED UK
To win the Tour, teams need three completely different rides: the Aero, the Climber, and the Time-Trial.

So Long, You Weird, Space-Time-Defying 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'

Par Adam Rogers
A hanging story-chad of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's kept TV weird. Now it's finally ending.

The Sea Is Consuming Jakarta, and Its People Aren't Insured

Par Matt Simon
What happens when your city is sinking and flooding and you don't have insurance?

The Air Force's New Rescue Chopper Flies Farther Than Ever

Par Eric Adams
Sikorsky's Combat Rescue Helicopter trades the missiles and rockets for extra fuel capacity and room for more wounded warriors.

The Best Things at Comic-Con Aren't at Comic-Con

Par Angela Watercutter
Some of the coolest panels don't happen in the convention center.

Comic-Con Trailers: 'It Chapter 2,' 'Top Gun: Maverick,' and 'His Dark Materials'

Par WIRED Staff
Two sequels and a new version of a classic book trilogy all drop during the convention's first day.

How It Feels to Drive—and Crash—the First-Ever Mid-Engine Corvette

Par Alex Davies
Car buffs have waited decades for Chevy's new Corvette Stingray, with its relocated engine. WIRED got to test the beast in a simulator GM used to help build it.

The 'Cats' Trailer: A Feline Anatomy Expert Reacts

Par Brian Barrett
The 'Cats' trailer features Jennifer Hudson and Taylor Swift dressed up as singing cats. A veterinarian tells WIRED what they actually got right.

The FaceApp Privacy Panic, a Mysterious Satellite Outage, and More News

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

While Washington Talks Antitrust, Europe Takes Action

Par Gregory Barber
The European Commission fined chipmaker Qualcomm €242 million for luring Chinese phone makers with low prices, forcing a British rival out of the market.

Where Do Supermassive Black Holes Come From?

Par Meredith Fore
Born shortly after the Big Bang, these cosmic monsters have perplexed astronomers for years. A new study may shed light on their origins.

The Truth About Trump’s Love-Hate Relationship With Big Tech

Par Noam Cohen
The president and social media companies pantomime conflict while quietly helping each other.

Depth of Field: The Hollow Poetry of the Eric Garner Decision

Par Jason Parham
The force of Drew Angerer's photo is in what it names: It tells us what the US Department of Justice did about Eric Garner's death.

Europe’s Galileo Satellite Outage Serves as a Warning

Par Lily Hay Newman
The dramatic EU Galileo incident underscores the threat of satellite timing and navigation system failures.

'Thor 4' Is Coming—and Taika Waititi Is Directing

Par Angela Watercutter
Chris Hemsworth will reportedly return for the new movie.

How Long Would It Take to Bicycle to the Moon?

Par Rhett Allain
To follow in Apollo 11’s footsteps, all you need is a space bike, 240,000 miles of cable, and a whole lot of sandwiches.

High-Stakes AI Decisions Need to Be Automatically Audited

Par Oren Etzioni, Michael Li
Opinion: The current standard for evaluating AI is insufficient. AI systems should be instantly interrogated for bias by a third party.

5 Best Portable Espresso Makers You Can Buy (2019)

Par Scott Gilbertson
Make awesome espresso on the road, hiking, car camping, or anywhere else, with these handheld machines.

Computer Models, Epic Floods, and the Fate of Coastal Cities

Par Susan Crawford
By 2050, coastal cities like Charleston may experience flooding more than 300 days a year. Now scientists can better predict—and plan for—the effects.

Everyone Wants Facebook's Libra to Be Regulated. But How?

Par Gregory Barber
Facebook's planned blockchain-based currency poses nettlesome questions: Is it money? Is the Libra Association a bank?

Now We Know How the Zombie Ant Gets Its Bite

Par Matt Simon
Scientists solve part of the mystery of how a murderous fungus orders an ant to bite onto a twig, sealing its fate.

Elon's Brain Computer, Big Tech's Big Day in Congress, and More News

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

Think FaceApp Is Scary? Wait Till You Hear About Facebook

Par Brian Barrett
The idea that FaceApp is somehow exceptionally dangerous threatens to obscure the real point: All apps deserve this level of scrutiny.

DoNotPay's New Service Automatically Cancels Your Free Trials

Par Emily Dreyfuss
The service Free Trial Card gives you a crafty digital credit card number you can use to sign up for free trials around the web and never get charged.

Climate Change Is Very Real. But So Much of It Is Uncertain

Par Matt Simon
Researchers bring new clarity to a key measure of climate change, which could help the fight to save our planet.