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Hier — 11 avril 2021Wired

New Vaccine Conspiracy Theories Are Going Viral in Arabic

Par Matt Burgess, WIRED UK
Facebook has been criticized for failing to curb misinformation in English. But little attention has been paid to the scale of the problem in Arabic.

What’s Making You So Gassy? This Gadget Aims to Find Out

Par Christopher Null
The FoodMarble measures the level of hydrogen in your breath, which can tell you which foods are causing your digestion woes.

A ‘Last Hope’ Experiment Finds Evidence for Unknown Particles

Par Natalie Wolchover
Long-awaited news from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 team may resolve a tantalizing conflict between nature and theory. But a separate calculation clouds the picture.

How to Log In to Your Devices Without Passwords

Par David Nield
You can use your face, fingerprint, or a wearable to get access to your gadgets. It saves you some typing—and makes you feel like a spy.

How to Layer Clothes for Your Next Outdoor Adventure

Par Matt Jancer
Whether you’re hiking, climbing, or backpacking, here’s how to build a layering system that can handle all that Mother Nature will throw at you.

Oh Look, LinkedIn Also Has a 500M User Data Leak

Par Brian Barrett
Plus: A bad Zoom bug, a billion-dollar cocaine bust, and more of the week's top security news.

16 Mother's Day Gift Ideas for the Mom You've Been Missing

Par Adrienne So
Brunch may still be out of the question, but you can send your ma the best sweatpants ever made.
À partir d’avant-hierWired

In Europe, Backlash Heats Up Over Garbage Incinerators

Par Beth Gardiner
Trash-burning facilities once seemed like a useful way to minimize pollution and generate power. But the EU is withdrawing support over emissions concerns.

The Best Controllers for ‘Microsoft Flight Simulator’

Par Richard Baguley
We may all still be trapped at home for a while, but we can at least take flight. Virtually, that is.

Outriders Is Grinning Through the Apocalypse

Par Reid McCarter
The game bounces wildly between violence and wry humor, with some dark and harrowing commentary. And it's certainly worth your time.

The 17 Best Weekend Deals on Stand Mixers, PC Gear, and More

Par Gear Team
Springtime is here, and so are some surprisingly good deals on kitchen appliances and computer components.

Facebook Had Years to Fix Flaw That Leaked 500M Users’ Data

Par Lily Hay Newman
Software makers can’t catch every bug every time, but Facebook had ample warning about the privacy problems with its “contact import” feature.

Extremist Charged With Plot to Blow Up Amazon Data Centers

Par Brian Barrett
The FBI arrested the suspect in Texas after he purchased explosives from an undercover agent.

Tracking Variants, New Hot Spots, and More Coronavirus News

Par Eve Sneider
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.

What Sci-Fi Can Teach You About Running a Business

Par Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Entrepreneur James Altucher has used everything from Star Wars to Isaac Asimov's Foundation series in his work.

Despite Union Setback, Amazon Workers Fight for Dignity

Par Caitlin Harrington
Union supporters face a setback in Bessemer, Alabama, but indicate the fight isn’t over yet.

The Best Rain Jackets to Help You Brave the Elements

Par Adrienne So
When it rains, it pours. Here are our picks for cold, wet days—plus expert tips on deciphering product specs.

Break Reality and Keep Marvel Weird

Par Angela Watercutter
The new trailer for Loki is a promise that the Disney+ streak will continue.

This Ebike Is a Fun Ride—Until the Glitches Start

Par Matt Jancer
This powerful electric bike has super build quality, but I didn’t have a super time with it.

The Clones Are Coming for Clubhouse

Par Steven Levy
Plus: MySpace's downfall, tech competition from China, and the particle going rogue.

The Thrusters Behind NASA's Mission to the Asteroid Psyche

Par Eric Berger, Ars Technica
Hall thrusters have been used in satellites for years. Now, they'll play a crucial role in reaching a metallic asteroid called Psyche.

Game Subscriptions Open Doors for Players With Disabilities

Par Grant Stoner
Services like Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now allow users to easily see if a new title is accessible without having to buy it first.

How Tech Transformed How We Hook Up—and Break Up

Par WIRED Staff
This week, we look at how living online makes it harder to forget a love that's been lost and easier to find love once again.

Variant Hunters Race to Find New Strains Where Testing Lags

Par Gregory Barber
In countries without much sequencing, new versions of the Covid virus can go unnoticed. Scientists across Africa are collaborating to track them down.

How to Survive a Killer Asteroid

Par Cody Cassidy
The impact that wiped out the dinosaurs would probably have killed you too—unless you were in the exact right place and had made the exact right plans.

The Best Theragun to Buy (and Other Great Massage Guns)

Par Medea Giordano, Gear Team
Therabody’s percussive therapy devices help soothe achy muscles. Here’s our guide to its lineup—and some cheaper alternatives.

My Dream of the Great Unbundling

Par Paul Ford
We don’t need the next big thing. We need countless next little things.

How to Customize Your PS5's Home Screen

Par Whitson Gordon
There aren't a ton of options yet (they're probably on the way). But even though the features are limited, they can definitely save you time.

Russia May Have Found a New Way to Censor the Internet

Par Dan Goodin, Ars Technica
In an attempt to silence Twitter, the Kremlin appears to have developed novel techniques to restrict online content.

The 5 Best Portable Espresso Makers for a Shot on the Go

Par Scott Gilbertson
Make a barista-worthy cup on the road, or anywhere else, with these handheld machines.

This Wobbly Robot Wants to Be Your Pet’s New Playmate

Par Medea Giordano
This robotic toy promises to keep your pets entertained while you’re busy.

How to Manage Your Mess of Cables, Once and for All

Par Cecilia D'Anastasio
You don't have to suffer with tangled cords behind your TV or under your desk, even if you're committed to the wired life. Here's how to tidy up.

This Sticker Absorbs Sweat—and Might Diagnose Cystic Fibrosis

Par Max G. Levy
The device may make it easier to quickly test newborns and could open the door to at-home monitoring.

Twitch Will Act on ‘Serious’ Offenses That Happen Off-Stream

Par Cecilia D'Anastasio
The new policy holds streamers to account for what happens on other services and in real life.

This $2,500 Iron Is a Badass Wrinkle Destroyer

Par Joe Ray
The Laurastar Smart U works so well it may give you a flashback to the smoothest sheets you've ever slept on.

How Strong Is King Kong? And Could He Even Stand Up?

Par Rhett Allain
In physics, big things are not like small things. Here's what that means for a giant gorilla.

It’s Hard to Play a Character Who’s a Dick—but It’s Worth It

Par Swapna Krishna
In God of War, Kratos is kind of mean, but finishing his journey has its rewards.

Help! My Colleague Is Taking Credit for My Work

Par Megan Greenwell
Why petty drama matters in the workplace, and other advice on office thievery.

Olija Is an Indie Platformer With Love, Loss, and Harpoons

Par Jonathan Peltz
While not perfect, it's a breezy action game that's unique—and a ton of fun.

More Lightning in the Arctic Is Bad News for the Planet

Par Matt Simon
Lightning strikes in the far north could double by 2100. That means more wildfires, which could release massive amounts of planet-warming gas.

Hackers Are Exploiting Discord Links to Serve Up Malware

Par Andy Greenberg
Beware of links from platforms that got big during quarantine.

This Curtain-Opening Robot Isn't As Convenient As You Think

Par Simon Hill
Wake up to natural sunlight and a loud, whining noise thanks to the wonky SwitchBot that opens and closes your drapes for you.

How Technology Can Help You Cope With ADHD

Par Jaime Stathis
Tech is usually the villain in stories about ADHD, but for many, it can be a lifeline, not an anchor.

What Really Caused Facebook's 500M-User Data Leak?

Par Lily Hay Newman
The company's explanations have been confusing and inconsistent, but there are finally some answers.

The Opportunities—and Obstacles—for Women at NSA and Cyber Command

Par Lily Hay Newman
WIRED spoke with three women working in cybersecurity in the US intelligence community about the progress of recent years and the work that remains.

Signal Adds a Payments Feature—With Cryptocurrency

Par Andy Greenberg
The encrypted messaging app is integrating support for MobileCoin in a bid to keep up with the features offered by its more mainstream rivals.

These Are Our Favorite Smart Displays Right Now

Par Jeffrey Van Camp, Medea Giordano
Ever wish you could smash a tablet and smart speaker together? These devices try to offer the best of both worlds.

Watch Out—That 'Call of Duty: Warzone' Cheat Might Be Malware

Par Dan Goodin, Ars Technica
Players looking for a leg up are being duped into giving criminals a backdoor into their devices.

Reforestation Is Great! But We're Running Out of Seeds

Par Jesse Klein
Planting trees is a popular solution to carbon emissions. But where will all those seedlings come from?