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A deeper look at PlayStation 5
Yes, PlayStation 5 is real, and it will come next year. The PS5 is designed to come with a lightning-fast solid-state drive (bye-bye, load screens), a next-generation controller that has "adaptive triggers" that offer varying degrees of resistance (so shooting a bow and arrow can actually feel like to shoot a bow and arrow), and a much improved user interface. "We're entering the generation of immediacy. In mobile games, we expect a game to be downloaded in an instant, and to be a few clicks from you jump right in," says Laura Miele, chief studio officer for EA. "Now we can deal with it in a big way." The console is expected to be available by the end of 2020.
Elon Musk's mouth, and tweets, land him in trouble again
Months after Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted an unsubstantiated claim that a British cave expert was a pedophile to his millions of followers, the litigation reveals a backstage behind the scenes, and even more drama. One complaint from the files: Musk hired a convicted felon who posed as a private investigator to investigate the cave expert. But according to emails also in the filing, Musk has regretted. "I'm a fucking idiot," he wrote to a public relations adviser in September 201
Quick facts: 614 horsepower
That's how much power two new twin-engine electric Bollinger vehicles will boast. The rugged vehicles – an SUV and a truck – are specifically designed for off-road driving, can carry a payload of 5,000 pounds and go 200 miles on a fee.
WIRED recommends: Tiny Keyboards
All these gizmos and stuff piled up on your desktop mean you want to make way for more space. Enter the small keyboard movement, where custom configurations and fewer keys can shrink the keyboard to the size of a king-size candy bar.
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