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Minisforum U850-solid hardware and easy upgrades in a little box

This mini-PC is VESA mountable, easy to work on, and attractively priced.

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Sony‘s brighter A90J OLED TV makes its way to living rooms this month

Like LG‘s latest, Sony claims higher brightness than we saw in previous OLEDs.

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Blue Origin‘s massive New Glenn rocket is delayed for years. What went wrong?

The big delay can be traced to a decision Jeff Bezos made years ago.

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So what really happened with Blue Origin‘s New Glenn rocket?

The big delay can be traced to a decision Jeff Bezos made years ago.

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YouTube‘s TikTok clone, ‘YouTube Shorts,‘ is live in the US

US users can now upload and view one-minute videos in a swipe interface.

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Archaeologists discover ‘Lamborghini‘ of chariots near ruins of Pompeii

The ornately decorated pilentum was likely used for festive processions, weddings.

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Hacker reduces GTA Online load times by roughly 70 percent

Homebrewed DLL solves inefficient parsing of in-game shop files.

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Hacker reduces GTA Online load times by over 70 percent

Homebrewed DLL solves inefficient parsing of in-game shop files.

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Verizon tells users to disable 5G to preserve battery, then deletes tweet

Verizon‘s now-deleted tweet said using 4G only will conserve battery life.

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B.1.1.7 variant now 10% of US cases-and cases are once again ticking up

‘Things are tenuous,‘ CDC director says, as experts fear a fourth surge.

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Humanitarian airship seeks world‘s most powerful hydrogen fuel cell

LTA Research and Exploration is Sergey Brin‘s airship company.

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Humanitarian airship seeks world‘s most-powerful hydrogen fuel cell

LTA Research and Exploration is Sergey Brin‘s airship company.

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The 2008 moment when triumph turned to torment for SpaceX

Flight Three of the Falcon 1 rocket could make or break the company

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Pure nonsense: Debunking the latest attack on renewable energy

What a terrible anti-renewable-power video reveals about the US energy market.

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After two failures, SpaceX needed a win in 2008. Would it get one?

Flight Three of the Falcon 1 rocket could make or break the company

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Is there a shift from disbelieving climate change to attacking renewables?

What a terrible anti-renewable-power video reveals about the US energy market.

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Perseverance‘s eyes see a different Mars

The red planet‘s red looks different to a robot with hyperspectral cameras for eyes.

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Action-packed meta-fantasy, space opera herald a bright future for Asian film

Chinese A Writer‘s Odyssey and Korean Space Sweepers make for a great double feature

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All the little things that add up to make iPadOS productivity a pain

Apple did a good job with the big stuff, but myriad little things undermine that.

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Inside the stunning Black mythos of Drexciya and its Afrofuturist ‘90s techno

The history of an experimental music-and-mythos project with Black Diaspora at its core.

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Clubhouse‘s security and privacy lag behind its explosive growth

The platform has promised to do better after a string of incidents.

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FDA authorizes J&J COVID vaccine after unanimous vote [Updated]

An FDA advisory committee voted Friday 22-0 in favor of authorization.

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As important as the Beetle? Two days with Volkswagen‘s electric ID.4

It‘s a competent but not flashy crossover with a real-world range of 250 miles.

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Two days with a Volkswagen ID.4-here‘s what we learned

It‘s a competent but not flashy crossover with a real-world range of 250 miles.

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