29 heise online News

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Visual Studio 2019 v16.1 unterstützt das Windows Subsystem for Linux nativ Gefälschte Nutzerbewertungen: Bundeskartellamt sucht nach anfälligen Portalen The Orville, Staffel 2: Seth Trek wird zum besseren Star Trek Ford testet kopflosen Roboter "Digit" zur Paketauslieferung Kryptogeld: Europol macht Mixingdienst Bestmixer.io dicht Sicherheitsupdate: Mehrere Lücken in Mail-Client Thunderbird 60.7 gestopft Fujifilms Mittelformatkamera GFX 100 bringt neuen Sensor und kommt im Sommer "Autopilot": Verbraucherschützer und Verkehrssicherheits-Behörde stellen Tesla hart in Frage iX 6/2019: Follow-Up zu den Sicherheitsproblemen in Office 365 Account-Hijacking auf Bestellung: Black-Hat-Hacker mit miesem Kundenservice Zoff um Jugendmedienschutz: FSM klagt gegen Entzug der JusProg-Zulassung Huawei: Die möglichen Auswirkungen des US-Telekommunikationsnotstands Gitlab 11.11: Windows-Container ahoi! Notre-Dame: Kampf um Restaurierung Robotik-Konferenz ICRA: Die Zukunft der Flugroboter - klein, intelligent und in Schwärmen Foto aus 45 Kilometern Entfernung Smartphone-Chips: Qualcomm muss Käufern fairere Bedingungen einräumen Simultanübersetzer und Dialogsysteme aus deutschen KI-Schmieden Einstieg MicroPython: Mikrocontroller mit Python programmieren Maker Faire Bay Area: Arduino überarbeitet seinen Nano #heiseshow: US-Bann gegen Huawei – Was bedeutet die neueste Eskalation? Apple Airpods (2. Gen) mit kabellosem Ladecase im Test Mai-Patchday: Einige Windows-Versionen beißen sich weiter mit McAfee und Sophos Otto attackiert Amazon: "Schaden für den gesamten Einzelhandel" Vorschau: Neue PC-Spiele im Juni 2019 Dashcam-Kaufberatung: Was man beim Kauf beachten sollte Apple schwebt datenschutzgerechtes Werbe-Tracking vor Urteil: Prepaid-Kunden steht Restguthaben ohne SIM-Karten-Rücksendung zu Ärger wegen iPhone-Drosselung: Apple will klarer informieren

30 New Scientist - Space

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High Life’s sex and black holes sci-fi intrigues without satisfying The young sun spun slowly, which could explain why we are here Selfish motives must not imperil the new space age Elon Musk's SpaceX or a superpower: Who'll win the new space race? Pluto has an underground ocean kept warm by a layer of gassy ice China's rover peeks under the crust of the far side of the moon We need to rediscover the wonder of space exploration to save Earth Working hypothesis: From deepfake Dali to black toothpaste Why 'Martian' Tanya Harrison loves everything about the Red Planet NASA to get an extra $1.6 billion to put the first woman on the moon Apollo-era moonquakes suggest lunar colonies must be shake-proof Titan’s seas may be coated in organic goop that stops waves forming A simple experiment could help find alien life on Europa Fast radio bursts: We're finally decoding messages from deep space The universe is 2.5 billion times less magnetic than a fridge magnet Exploring the solar system Why space junk is such a big problem Jeff Bezos announces plans for delivery service to the moon by 2024 Working hypothesis: From space deliveries to dirty money We’ve spotted a strange asteroid that’s spinning itself to pieces The race to build a space internet available to anyone, anywhere Surprisingly wet asteroid dust could spark a rethink of Earth's water From the archives: How do you get astronauts back from space? LIGO may have just spotted a black hole devouring a neutron star Battle of the exomoon: Astronomers can't agree on controversial find Wonky black hole spotted rapidly eating a doughnut made from a star Titan has a belt of ice 6300 kilometres long that shouldn't be there The moon may be made of magma that once covered Earth’s entire surface Tomorrow Inc: how Stanley Kubrick designed the future Japan's Hayabusa 2 bombed an asteroid and took pictures of the crater

20 Gaming & Culture – Ars Technica

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Staffsource: Ars staffers share their favorite books to get lost in this summer Mario Kart Tour beta hands-on: Microtransactions land like a nasty blue shell Belgian loot box decision takes down some of Nintendo’s mobile games An exhaustive look at Oculus Quest’s first day of great, wireless VR software All hail the Chosen One: Schwarzenegger and Fassbender to star in Kung Fury 2 Drink like it’s 1985: Coca-Cola revives New Coke for Stranger Things 3 See how much faster Sony’s next PlayStation can load Spider-Man Black Mirror S5 is almost here and Netflix just dropped three new trailers Microsoft: Gaming should be for everyone, shouldn’t be toxic stew PlayStation boss: “We believe the streaming era is upon us.” War Stories: Lucas Pope and what almost sank Return of the Obra Dinn The (End)Game of Thrones: Mythical pet redemption, VFX, and finale silver linings Pre-E3 2019: Oculus wants you to paddle a stealth VR kayak—and it’s awesome World of Warcraft Classic beta testers are reporting vanilla WoW features as bugs A disillusioned Aaron Paul longs for someone “real” in Westworld S3 trailer Report: Sony employees caught off guard by Microsoft cloud partnership Here is our super spoiler-y review of the Game of Thrones series finale Required gamer viewing: The history of M2’s Japanese retro-port empire Everyone is “gun-fu” fighting: John Wick 3 is almost as good as the original Grumpy Cat’s death marks the end of the joyful Internet