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The James Webb space telescope continues to dazzle space lovers with its spectacular views of the cosmos. The latest image shared by the team at … The post James Webb captures most detailed... image of Pillars of Creation ever appeared first on BGR.
One of Tesla's customers has finally taken delivery of a Tesla Semi after it was first announced back in 2017.
The solar system smash was similar to Earth's Chicxulub impact, which ended the reign of the dinosaurs.
Android has gone above and beyond to surprise everyone with a host of new features to celebrate the holiday season. In a blog post, the … The post Android drops a ton of new features for the... holidays appeared first on BGR.
Let's get this Martian rock back to Earth and take a closer look.
Wormholes are an intriguing bit that most people probably chalk up to science fiction. After all, seeing the Millennium Falcon barreling through hyperspeed in Star … The post Scientists just... made a wormhole to learn more about traversing space and time appeared first on BGR.
When a flash of light appears somewhere in the sky, astronomers notice. When it appears in a region of the sky not known to host a stellar object that’s flashed before, they really sit up and... take notice. In astronomical parlance, objects that emit flashing light are called transients. Earlier this year, astronomers spotted a …
Following a series of provocative tweets aimed at Apple this week, Elon Musk met Apple boss Tim Cook at the tech giant's headquarters, and it seemed to go well.
Ookla just revealed in a report showing that SpaceX's Starlink internet download speeds have reduced yet again this quarter (by double digits, in fact) as the space-bound network has seen an explosion... of new users.
Variston IT fingerprints found in source code for advanced Chrome exploit.
Fissures in public health systems, including a shortage of health care workers, have been broken open by the pandemic.
Thousands of immigrants had their personal information released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Monday. On Wednesday, the LA Times reported that 6,252 migrants who said they were... escaping torture and persecution in their countries of origin had their personal information published by ICE on the agency's website. According to the report, ICE claims it accidentally publicly posted the data while carrying out a "routine update of its website." The LA Times says the data includes migrants' names, case statuses, and detention locations. The data was uploaded to a page on the ICE website where the agency normally posts information pertaining to detentions. SEE ALSO: Immigrants trusted Maryland to give them licenses. Then ICE betrayed them. The human rights organization,...
It's never aliens, but at least there's a good explanation.
How do you hack a car? Through its infotainment system, apparently.
Empathy is induced by synchronized neural oscillations in the right hemisphere of the brain, a new mouse study reveals.
Apple builds products that last, and many users have iPads that still work but no longer can handle the resource-heavy iPadOS 16. Although it isn't obvious, there's a way to download old versions of... apps that function on your iPad. Older iPads still have plenty of life. You can still download old versions of apps. Don't panic if you get an error message saying you can't download the latest version of an app. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to get older versions of apps to run on your iPad.
Astronomers observed a major eruption from a volcanic comet flying through the solar system, likely spewing more than 1 million tons of debris into space.
A SpaceX Dragon that twice splashed down has now landed for its last time -- in Chicago. The spacecraft, which flew to the International Space Station, arrived at the Museum of Science and Industry.
The company is also developing a Software Development kit, which will allow third-party developers to make applications for the new platform
To use Reading mode, you have to install an app from the Google Play store, which provides new adjustable display and audio options
NASA's Orion spacecraft started its trip back to Earth Dec. 1 with the first of two maneuvers that will put the spacecraft on course for a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean in a week and a half. The... post Orion begins return leg of Artemis 1 mission appeared first on SpaceNews.
In 2011, the International Game Developers Association recognised Lawson as an industry trailblazer for his contributions to gaming
The company believes that in order to live sustainably with prolonged durability, it all starts at home because small choices made every day can have a big impact on the planet
The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday proposed increasing the amount of ethanol and other biofuels that must be blended into the nation's fuel supplies over the next three years, a move... welcomed by renewable fuel and farm groups but condemned by environmentalists and oil industry groups.
Google, Microsoft and Mozilla fixed the affected vulnerabilities in 2021 and early 2022