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Lightyear Suspends Flagship Solar EV Production, Shifts Focus Toward New Model

The Lightyear 2. (Image: Lightyear)Lightyear, the Dutch automaker responsible for the world’s first production solar electric vehicle, is undergoing quite a transformation. Just two months after shipping the Lightyear 0, Lightyear has announced that it’s suspending production of its flagship… Continue Reading →

Hackers Buy Google Ads to Push Malware Through Searches for Popular Apps

We all know the top results in a Google search are ads, but they can also look like exactly what you’re searching for, too. If you’re feeling too lazy to scroll down a bit, it can be tempting to just… Continue Reading →

JEDEC Says Dell’s CAMM Laptop Memory Tech Will Replace SO-DIMM

Back in April last year, Dell introduced an all-new type of memory module for some of its mobile workstations. It was dubbed CAMM, which stands for Compression Attached Memory Module. We publicly complained that it was something “proprietary” to Dell… Continue Reading →

Tesla Drops Prices as Much as 20% in Bid to Boost Sales

A year ago, Tesla was riding high with robust demand and a stock price running well over $300. Now, Tesla faces more competition than ever from other electric vehicles, and its stock value has plummeted to barely $100. Tesla’s response… Continue Reading →

MSI’s Newest Router Can Track You Around Your House

Over the past few years, many people have given up on using a single router in favor of a mesh network. A mesh configuration can allow for more complete coverage in large homes, with several access points a user can… Continue Reading →

This Week in Space: Orion, Tomatoes, and the Wolf Moon

Hello readers, and Happy New Year! Welcome to the first edition of This Week in Space of 2023. It’s the twelfth day of Christmas — and the first full moon of the year, the Wolf Moon, rises tonight. And TGIF,… Continue Reading →

New NASA Video Shows SWOT Satellite Deploying Enormous Scanning Antennas

Last month, NASA’s Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite headed into orbit aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Once fully online, the spacecraft will provide height measurements of Earth’s surface water with unprecedented detail. Before it can do that,… Continue Reading →

This Week in Space: The Red Planet and the Pale Blue Dot

Hello, readers, and welcome back to the last This Week in Space of 2022. As the year draws down to a close, American aerospace — both public and private — has gone as quiet as a winter’s night. So, we’re… Continue Reading →

TSMC to Announce 3nm Mass Production Has Begun

(TSMC’s Fab 18. Credit: TSMC)In a move that analysts are saying is quite rare, TSMC said it’ll be holding a celebratory ceremony on Dec. 29 at its Taiwan HQ. The company will be announcing it’s begun mass production of its… Continue Reading →

Godfather Android Malware Targets 400+ Banks and Crypto Exchanges

After fading away for several months, the newly prevalent Godfather Android malware is back with a vengeance, targeting more than 400 international financial firms. The trojan generates fake login pages to harvest customer login details, and that’s just the start…. Continue Reading →

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