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vendredi 5 octobre 2018, 13:00
Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson/United Launch Alliance) Welcome to Edition 1.20 of the Rocket Report! We have a couple of stories about a rising Chinese commercial space company, LandSpace, and its efforts to attract new talent that have gone viral. There is also news about...
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Enlarge (credit: Verizon) Verizon's launch of 5G home Internet targeted four cities dominated by either Comcast or Charter, and Verizon says it will continue to bring the service to densely populated areas dominated by cable companies. The launch cities that got Verizon 5G...
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Enlarge / The worst part is, that's his happy face. (credit: Sony Pictures) The Marvel Comics movie-rights juggle has lingered for years, thanks to Sony and Fox having a stake in a few major properties. This probably should have been a nightmare for quality control among...
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Enlarge / Sam (Fran Kranz) calls his buddy Chuck (Alyson Hannigan) for advice when camp counselors start getting brutally murdered. (credit: Curmudgeon Inc.) The first feature film ever to be inspired by a Twitter thread makes its TV debut this weekend. You Might Be the...
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jeudi 4 octobre 2018, 23:22
Enlarge (credit: Trevor Mahlmann for Ars Technica) On Saturday, Elon Musk settled a lawsuit from the Securities and Exchange Commission claiming that he had violated federal securities laws by tweeting that he had 'funding secured' to take Tesla private. Now, days later,...
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Enlarge / Air capture at Climeworks' Troia, Italy, plant. (credit: Climeworks) It's been a banner week for hydrocarbons made from waste gases. Earlier this week, a company announced that it had delivered 4,000 gallons of jet fuel made from steel-plant waste gases to Virgin...
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Enlarge / The Morton skull collection at the University of Pennsylvania. (credit: Steve Minicola/University of Pennsylvania) Newly discovered handwritten documentation sheds new light on an ongoing scientific controversy regarding a famous collection of nearly 1,000 skulls...
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Volkswagen Is there a more quintessentially American Volkswagen than the Jetta? Having grown up in Europe, my default image for VW is the humble Golf. But hatchbacks never really caught on stateside. Until the age of the crossover, you needed a trunk if you wanted to sell,...
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Enlarge / Cruise second-generation test vehicles, assembled at GM’s Lake Orion plant in Michigan. (credit: Cruise) Honda announced on Wednesday that it has agreed to invest $750 million in Cruise, GM's self-driving car company. On top of that, Honda plans to spend $2...
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Enlarge (credit: TechBargains) Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. Today's list is headlined by a bundle that pairs a Google Home Mini smart speaker with Nvidia's Shield media streamer at no extra cost. The...
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Ron Amadeo HMD's latest Nokia smartphone—one that's actually coming to the US—is the Nokia 7.1. For $349 you get a mid-range phone with a few flagship-style touches that you may or may not be a fan of, like a notched display and a glass back. First up, the specs. For...
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(credit: Wikipedia) Tiny Chinese spy chips were embedded onto Super Micro motherboards that were then sold to companies in the US, including Amazon and Apple, reports Bloomberg. The report has attracted strenuous denials from Amazon, Apple, and Super Micro. Bloomberg...
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Enlarge / Nope. Nope nope nope nope nope. (credit: United Artists) Below you’ll find the third installment of this week’s After On podcast interview, in which UC-Irvine quantitative psychologist Don Hoffman presents his wildly counterintuitive theory on the nature of...
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Enlarge / What'd you find there, Ikaros? (credit: Ubisoft) At this point, Assassin’s Creed is more of a gaming institution than a simple series. With almost two dozen titles in just over a decade (plus movies, novels, and more), the franchise has developed its own arcs...
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Enlarge / Vladimir Putin visits the Coastal Cluster Olympic Village ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on February 5, 2014. (credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images) The US government announced on Thursday that it has indicted seven Russian intelligence officials for...
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Sascha Segan Android smartwatches may be about as dead of a form factor as Android tablets, but that isn't stopping OEMs from continuing to pump out these little packages of wrist-mounted sadness. The latest is LG's 'hybrid' smartwatch, the Watch W7, which one-ups the...
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Enlarge / Some of the features of Titan's atmosphere, like its polar vortex, can be seen with visible light. (credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute) Weather prediction is a tricky business. And it's even more difficult when you only have a single deceased orbiter ...
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Enlarge / Map of shaking intensity around the epicenter of the September 8, 2017 magnitude 8.2 earthquake. (credit: USGS) September 2017 saw a pair of weird earthquakes in Mexico. A magnitude 8.2 on September 8 just offshore the state of Chiapas was followed by a magnitude...
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Video shot and edited by Jennifer Hahn. (video link) Back in February, I got very excited about the Cadillac CT6 sedan. It didn't handle better than its competitors. It wasn't faster or better put-together. But it did come with Super Cruise: a cutting-edge semi-autonomous...
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Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin, which is manufacturing the Orion spacecraft for NASA's deep space missions, plans to study whether some commercial payloads could fly along for the ride toward the Moon. The company says it expects to have some limited capacity inside the...
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