30 heise online News


Folge der Übernahme: Idera entlässt offenbar viele Travis-Mitarbeiter Verkehrssicherheit: EU-Abgeordnete stimmen für Unfalldatenspeicher und Alcolocks Bericht: Kreditkarte von Apple und Goldman Sachs Start mit SpaceX: Israel will erstmals Raumsonde auf den Mond schicken iPhone-Apps brachten europäischen Entwicklern 25 Milliarden Dollar Pinterest vs. Impfgegner: Keine Suchergebnisse mehr zu "Impfung" Besser als die eingebauten: Webcams für den Mac im Test China-Experte sieht "aufgezwungenen Systemwettbewerb" WhatsApp: Biometrische iPhone-Sperre lässt sich leicht umgehen Bundestag beschließt Kompromiss zum Digitalpakt für Schulen Gigaset stellt neues Einsteiger-Smartphone vor: Fertigung in Deutschland Chat-Client mIRC ist für bösartige URLs empfänglich 5G-Mobilfunkauktion: Telekom stellt Eilantrag Hamburgs Datenschutzbeauftragten plagen Personalsorgen Roskosmos will 2021 wieder zwei Weltraumtouristen zur ISS schicken Thimbleweed Park ist kostenlos im Epic Store Drei neue WLAN-Mesh-Repeater für AVMs Fritzboxen Digitalstrategie: Wenn die KI den nächsten Bundeshaushalt aufstellt Xiaomis neues Flaggschiff-Phone: Mi 9 kommt mit Dreifachkamera Smartphone-Markt: Das Jahr von Huawei Überwachungskamera-Set von Inkovideo im Test Azure DevOps: Für jeden Schritt der passende Cloud-Dienst Fire TV Stick, Speicher, iPhone – aktuelle Angebote im Check 10 Jahre alte kritische Lücke in Linux-Kernel-Kryptofunktion entdeckt Finanzinvestor KKR kauft Tele München Gruppe KI: OpenAI will Sozialwissenschaftler in die Forschung einbeziehen Zwei E-Motoren, ein Otto-Motor: Peugeots Concept 508 Sport Engineered Neo-Performance Apple Pay auf 380 Millionen iPhones weltweit YouTube: Werbeboykott wegen pädophiler Kommentare in Kindervideos Deutsche Casemod-Meisterschaft: Kreativität statt PC-Einerlei

30 New Scientist - Space


The Wandering Earth review: Epic Chinese sci-fi film heralds a new era First private mission to the moon is about to launch on SpaceX rocket Neptune’s smallest moon keeps getting smashed up and resurrected again Japan's Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era Signal of first known exomoon may actually be from Jupiter-like planet NASA's photo archives reveal 60 years of space travel A Place That Exists Only in Moonlight review: Sublime raid on infinity Interstellar ‘Oumuamua might be a fractal snowflake not an alien probe Opportunity Mars rover is officially dead after 15-year mission Distant Ultima Thule is a weirdly flat snowman that defies explanation European Mars rover named after DNA discoverer Rosalind Franklin Here's how we could turn an asteroid into a space station Don't miss: Space thrills, wooden guts and the rise of esports The Milky Way may be slowly devouring a hidden neighbouring galaxy We’ve hacked the Curiosity rover to learn how mountains form on Mars Black holes eat negative energy and vomit out huge powerful jets Apollo astronauts might have found a piece of Earth on the moon I want to believe: An astronomer's view of aliens The moon’s violent birth may have given Earth the ingredients of life A meteorite hit the moon during Monday's total lunar eclipse Our galaxy’s supermassive black hole may be spewing matter right at us Astronauts could use fish and human waste to grow food on long trips 10 year challenge: How science and the world have changed Moon craters reveal surprise rise in asteroid shrapnel pelting Earth Saturn’s rings formed in a smash-up less than 100 million years ago We've seen methane rain gleaming on the icy plains of Titan Thousands of Elite Dangerous players embark on epic space voyage China's moon garden is dead as the craft is plunged into lunar night Astronauts travelling to the moon and Mars risk dying from superbugs First moon plants sprout in China's Chang'e 4 biosphere experiment

20 Ars Technica


Millions of websites threatened by highly critical code-execution bug in Drupal Bowser will replace Reggie Fils-Aimé as Nintendo of America president Tesla’s Model 3 loses coveted Consumer Reports recommendation Trump demands quick rollout of “6G” wireless tech, which doesn’t exist New dates show massive volcanic eruptions overlapped with dinosaurs’ death European governments approve controversial new copyright law Follow-up to Haunting of Hill House will reimagine The Turn of the Screw Trump admin ends talks with California to find fuel-efficiency middle ground [Updated] Dealmaster: Take $15 off a trio of popular Nintendo Switch games Nike’s self-lacing sneakers turn into bricks after faulty firmware update Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e hands-on: Samsung is slowly getting better YouTube loses advertisers over “wormhole into pedophilia ring” Beyond HoloLens: Microsoft expands its augmented-reality vision with iOS, Android apps Google Play apps with >10 million installs drain batteries, jack up data charges The first private mission to the Moon may launch Thursday night Guidemaster: The least-awful Android phones Playtime to the max: Snapshots from the 2019 New York Toy Fair Montana legislator introduces bills to give his state its own science Dreams will finally launch this Spring on PS4 for $30—in “limited early access” [Updated] US sues contractor for allegedly over-billing on now-defunct MOX fuel facility

20 Gaming & Culture – Ars Technica


Bowser will replace Reggie Fils-Aimé as Nintendo of America president Follow-up to Haunting of Hill House will reimagine The Turn of the Screw Playtime to the max: Snapshots from the 2019 New York Toy Fair Dreams will finally launch this Spring on PS4 for $30—in “limited early access” [Updated] How did Yoshi’s Island music end up in an official US gov’t Web game? Microsoft, Paradox allow open game modding on Xbox One for the first time Happy Death Day 2 U, Russian Doll give us time loops with a multiverse twist EA opts Origin users out of “real-name sharing” after complaints Anthem review: BioWare’s sky-high gaming ambition crashes back to Earth Retina resolution headset puts the “reality” into “virtual reality” Niantic poised to settle Pokémon Go trespassing complaints Netflix makes it official, canceling Punisher and Jessica Jones The mythos and meaning behind Pokémon’s most famous glitch Dance Your PhD’s 2018 winner mixes superconductivity and swing dancing Quirky sci-fi farce Mega Time Squad sends up all those time-travel tropes Welcome to the cyber world: The real-world tech behind Alita: Battle Angel Starz’ Counterpart has been canceled—which is bad, because the show is good A natural selection: Evolution evolves from board game to digital app Aquaman, Khal Drogo actor may play Duncan Idaho in new Dune film Why is this copy of Super Mario Bros. worth $100,000? We asked a buyer