Why James Bond Doesn’t Use an iPhone

Why James Bond Doesn’t Use an iPhone

“Pegasus spyware would no doubt be used by adversaries to target James Bond if he were an iPhone user,” says Moore.

The $150 Million Machine Keeping Moore’s Law Alive

The $150 Million Machine Keeping Moore’s Law Alive

EUV uses some extraordinary engineering to shrink the wavelength of light used to make chips, and it should help continue that streak.Inside ASML’s machine, EUV light bounces off several mirrors before passing through the reticle, which moves with nanoscale precision to align the layers on the silicon.

Why Florida’s Covid Surge Is Screwing With the Water Supply (Hint: Oxygen)

Why Florida’s Covid Surge Is Screwing With the Water Supply (Hint: Oxygen)

Just over half of Florida’s total population is fully vaccinated.“What we know is that the lack of liquid oxygen is due to a driver shortage and the need for available supplies to be diverted to local hospitals due to the Covid-19 pandemic,” says Brandon Moore, spokesperson for Tampa Bay Water.

Nike's Victory Swimsuit Steals Tricks From Fish Gills

Nike's Victory Swimsuit Steals Tricks From Fish Gills

To offer something for everybody else, Nike is adding a mix-and-match set of the Swim Hijab [$40], Swim Tunic with built-in sports bra [$70], and Swim Leggings [$68] to its modest swimwear collection.

For All Mankind Imagines an Alternate History for NASA

For All Mankind Imagines an Alternate History for NASA

In the team’s most recent creation, For All Mankind, Moore and company introduce audiences to a new history of the space program: One where the Russians made it to the moon first; where Ted Kennedy cancelled his party on Chappaquiddick; and where national heroes like Buzz Aldrin and Wernher von Braun become people, wracked with their own insecurities, flaws, and humanity.

Enter the Capitalocene: How Climate Change Will Ruin Capitalism

Enter the Capitalocene: How Climate Change Will Ruin Capitalism

WIRED sat down with Moore to talk about what got us into this mess, why capitalism won’t survive it, and what a brighter future might actually look like.WIRED: Is capitalism compatible at all with any movement on climate change.

8 Movies and TV Shows You Need to Stream This Weekend

8 Movies and TV Shows You Need to Stream This Weekend

Where to watch: HBO Go. A lot of people (myself included) slept on Fleabag, but now that the show is very Emmy-nominated, it’s time to catch up.

This Summer's Weird Weather Is the Death of Predictability

This Summer's Weird Weather Is the Death of Predictability

And I forget what they were now—a whole bunch of events like this, storms, floods, heat waves,” says Frances Moore, an environmental scientist at UC Davis who earlier this year published a paper on how quickly people forget what’s normal about changes in weather patterns.

Now Ocean Plastics Could Be Killing Oxygen-Making Bacteria

Now Ocean Plastics Could Be Killing Oxygen-Making Bacteria

The specks materializing even in human feces .Now scientists have exposed a potential new consequence of the plastic menace: The toxins the material leaches into seawater inhibit the growth and photosynthetic efficiency of the bacteria Prochlorococcus , which is responsible for producing an estimated 20 percent of the oxygen we breathe.

The Meteoric Rise of Family Tree Forensics to Fight Crimes

The Meteoric Rise of Family Tree Forensics to Fight Crimes

In the year since, the method has been used to solve more than 50 additional cold cases, spawning a lucrative new forensic science industry, spurring the creation of dedicated family tree-building police units, and raising a host of genetic privacy concerns.

How Zello Became a Lifeline for Venezuelans Under Maduro

How Zello Became a Lifeline for Venezuelans Under Maduro

Thousands of them come together in Venezuela Hasta Los Tuétanos (Venezuela to the Marrow, or to the Bone), a channel Maria runs on the popular voice chat app Zello.

Your Weather Tweets Are Showing Your Climate Amnesia

Your Weather Tweets Are Showing Your Climate Amnesia

People who understood that human activities were warming the planet were more likely to perceive weather events as being related to climate change.

The Future of Crime-Fighting Is Family Tree Forensics

The Future of Crime-Fighting Is Family Tree Forensics

The month before, the genetic genealogist had been hired by a forensic DNA company in Virginia called Parabon, to lead its new division devoted to long-range familial searching.

The Infinite Lifespan of Memes

The Infinite Lifespan of Memes

One of the more famous reworks—with over 50 million loops—features one young Vine user volleying the question to his grandmother, to which she deadpans: "They are my Crocs." In February of this year, the meme reached peak zeitgeist when the line was featured in Black Panther.