30 Hacker News


Vue 3 set to change in a big way – Current Syntax to be deprecated Open-sourcing Sorbet: a fast, powerful type checker for Ruby Google Maps is filled with false business addresses pretending to be nearby Tokyo's suburban housing became vast ghettoes for the old ECMO pumps blood out of the body, oxygenates it and returns it to the body Song of the Rarest Large Whale on Earth Recorded for the First Time Firefox zero-day was used in attack against Coinbase employees, not its users Support for right-to-repair laws slowly grows Forget monoliths vs. microservices: cognitive load is what matters Civic honesty around the globe Gryphon: An open-source framework for algorithmic trading in cryptocurrency Slack Is Going Public Without an IPO – How a Direct Listing Works In Japan, It’s a Riveting TV Plot: Can a Worker Go Home on Time? Why Monzo's bank transfers weren't working on the 30th of May Personal data of 2.9M people leaked from Desjardins Sony launches a taxi-hailing app in Tokyo The murky business of crystal mining Capt. “Sully” Sullenberger Slams Boeing for Inadequate Pilot Training Oscar Wilde’s talk inspired his rise and led to his downfall Tesla Model 3 spoofed off the highway Bronx High School Math Bulletin (1957) [pdf] Getting 2FA Right in 2019 The Hemingway Marlin Fish Tournament Flexport is hiring software engineers in Chicago and San Francisco BonziBuddy A Hundred Unchildlike Lullabies Show HN: A star map creation tool with Common Lisp 15-Inch MacBook Pro Battery Recall Program Ramroot – Run Arch Linux Entirely from RAM (2017) Consequences of Tidal Dissipation in a Putative Venusian Ocean

30 heise online News


Windows 10 Version 1903: Rollout, neue ISOs und Upgrade-Probleme Vorgangserfassungssystem der Polizei Niedersachsens im Read-Only-Modus FC Bayern München: Test von Körperscannern am Stadion geplant Adobe stellt Photoshop Lightroom in den Mac App Store – als Apple-Abo Trace 1 von Akaso im Test: Dashcam mit zweiter Linse US-Chiphersteller halten 52 Prozent Marktanteil Jetzt patchen: Kritische Lücke in Oracle WebLogic Server wird angegriffen Entwicklerplattform GitLab 12.0 mit neuen Sicherheitsfunktionen DTP: Affinity Publisher tritt gegen Adobe InDesign an Mediacenter Kodi: Britische Polizei nimmt Addon-Entwickler fest HomeKit konkret bei Heise: Vorträge, Ausstellung, Verlosung Canonical stellt 32-Bit-x86-Fassung von Ubuntu komplett ein Kubernetes 1.15 bietet mehr Erweiterbarkeit über Custom Resource Definitions Kritische Sicherheitslücke in Tor Browser 8.5.2 geschlossen Cocktailroboter Gonzo: bunte Nase und bunte Getränke Cisco schließt zwei kritische und zahlreiche weitere Schwachstellen Günstiger und komfortabler: Spiegellose Mittelformatkamera Hasselblad X1D II Windows 7 und 8: Neuer Edge-Browser erschienen Ermittlungen gegen YouTube wegen Kindesgefährdung iX 7/2019: Angriffe aufs eigene Unternehmen simulieren Vivaldi Browser: Version 2.6 will gegen irreführende Werbung vorgehen Youtube remastert alte Musik-Videos Grimme Online Award für Correctiv und Techniktagebuch Deutsche Bank stellt API für Kreditkarten und Depots vor c't zockt LIVE ab 17 Uhr: Tabletop! mit Dark Souls – The Boardgame VW Zwickau: Elektroautos für Millionen Machine Learning: TensorFlow 1.14 bereitet den Übergang auf Version 2.0 vor Wirtschaftsminister Altmaier will in China mit Huawei-Führung reden EU-Kommission: Deutschland muss beim Klimaschutz nachbessern Lithium aus dem Schredder

30 New Scientist - Space


SpaceX is about to launch a sail propelled through space by sunshine How Mercury and Venus can guide our hunt for alien life on exoplanets Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon Working hypothesis: From DJ sets in space to ancient bagels ESA plans triple spacecraft to lurk in wait for a speedy comet OSIRIS-REx spacecraft captures closest ever image of asteroid Bennu Our galaxy's central black hole is oddly quiet – now we may know why We may be witnessing the birth of an exomoon around a distant world Mission to Mars: The complete guide to getting to the Red Planet Europa’s salty surface may indicate an ocean that’s good for life We've seen signs of a mirror-image universe that is touching our own Don’t miss: Renaissance investigations, social insights and space cops NASA will let people pay to stay on the International Space Station Huge asteroid that hit the moon may be preserved below the surface A weird star just rapidly dimmed for a few days and we don't know why World's largest sky survey calls SpaceX Starlink a 'nuisance' Tana Joseph: The Hubble Space Telescope hooked me on science Astronomy group calls for urgent action on SpaceX Starlink satellites The planets might control the sun's activity - and it's not astrology NASA has selected three lunar landers to bring science to the moon Don't miss: X-Men antics, hunting dark matter and taking on Glorkon Pluto is coloured red by ammonia spewing from underneath its surface NASA is running a competition to figure out how to settle the galaxy SpaceX’s bright Starlink satellites are upsetting astronomers Celebrate the moon with the best films, books and festivals The moon revealed as an object of endless fascination and desire NASA picks Maxar to build the first piece of its lunar space station SpaceX is launching 60 satellites to start its global internet scheme By Jupiter! How the solar system’s giant made Earth ripe for life High Life’s sex and black holes sci-fi intrigues without satisfying

20 Ars Technica


Potent Firefox 0-day used to install undetected backdoors on Macs Survey: Autopilot name causes people to overestimate Tesla capabilities What’s it like to race a Jaguar I-Pace electric car? New study takes a bird’s-eye view of the Nasca Lines Americans aren’t interested in the Moon and Mars—and that’s understandable Evil shapeshifters stalk by night in first trailer for AMC’s The Terror: Infamy Ajit Pai tries to kill San Francisco’s attempt to spur broadband competition Dealmaster: A bunch of Logitech PC accessories are on sale today Printing vaccines at the pharmacy or at home will be the way of the future 28 years later, a no-disc version of the Sega CD finally exists—and it works EA: Loot boxes actually “surprise mechanics” that are “ethical and fun” Ars on your lunch break: There’s hope, and we’ll all be fine… probably One legacy of Carl Sagan may take flight next week—a working solar sail The trick to saving human factory jobs might be teaming up with the machines Hackers, farmers, and doctors unite! Support for Right to Repair laws slowly grows Waymo forges self-driving alliance with Renault and Nissan Interview: Baldur’s Gate 3’s creators talk D&D, turn-based RPGs, and dreams coming true Digging into the new features in OpenZFS post-Linux migration Nation-sponsored hackers likely carried out hostile takeover of rival group’s servers Trump administration finalizes replacement for Obama’s Clean Power Plan

20 Gaming & Culture – Ars Technica


Evil shapeshifters stalk by night in first trailer for AMC’s The Terror: Infamy 28 years later, a no-disc version of the Sega CD finally exists—and it works EA: Loot boxes actually “surprise mechanics” that are “ethical and fun” Interview: Baldur’s Gate 3’s creators talk D&D, turn-based RPGs, and dreams coming true Are these the first pictures of the “Switch Mini”? Twitch sues users who posted porn, racism, and more to Artifact stream page How do you improve a great racing game? Just add Lego bricks A bride must play the most dangerous game in Ready or Not red band trailer PSA: Upgrade 3 years of Xbox Live to Game Pass Ultimate for just $1 E3 2019 in photos: Gooigi, crazy arcade machines, and a DOOM museum Review: Director Jim Jarmusch puts his deadpan stamp on The Dead Don’t Die Final Fantasy VII Remake hands-on: Already feels like the one for jaded JRPG fans We used to be friends: Veronica Mars is back in the first full season 4 trailer Review: Men in Black: International is a solid addition to the popular franchise The best games, demos, and tech of E3 2019 HBO’s Los Espookys will make you want to be a horror technician, too Little Danny Torrance is all grown up and still shining in Doctor Sleep trailer Atari’s new VCS isn’t a console, but it isn’t quite a computer either I Am Mother envisions a dark future world where AI is almost human Stadia’s E3 Doom Eternal demo made me a cloud gaming believer