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New Video Offers a Better View of Rocket Lab’s Helicopter-Catching Rocket

The days of one-and-done rockets may be coming to an end… unless you’re NASA. After SpaceX seemingly perfected propulsive landings for the Falcon 9, Rocket Lab is developing another means of reusing rocket boosters. Earlier this month, the company succeeded… Continue Reading →

Crypto Crash: Bad News For Investors, Good News For Gamers

Gamers all over the world have been waiting almost two years for a crypto crash to occur so they could get their hands on a GPU at a reasonable price. Though it seemed like that day might never come as… Continue Reading →

Intel Announces 16-Core Alder Lake-HX Extreme Mobile Platform

At today’s Intel Vision conference the company unveiled a new version of Alder Lake for mobile. Unlike its existing H-class mobile CPUs, the new HX variants are designed for extreme performance in a variety of workloads. It’s sort of like… Continue Reading →

This Week in Space: May the Fourth Be With You

Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft passes by the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Nov. 21, 2019, making its way to the Space Launch Complex 41 Vertical Integration Facility at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. At… Continue Reading →

FBI Searched Potentially Millions of Americans’ Personal Data Without Warrants Last Year

(Photo: Lianhao Qu/Unsplash)The FBI conducted nearly 3.4 million searches of Americans’ data last year—without a single warrant. Since 2013 the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) has published its Annual Statistical Transparency Report (ASTR), which discloses the US… Continue Reading →

The Week in Space: Investigating Perseverance’s Parachute, NASA Extends Remote Exploration, and the Crew-4 Mission Arrives Safely

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft is launched on NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 mission to the International Space Station with NASA astronauts Kjell Lindgren, Robert Hines, Jessica Watkins, and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti… Continue Reading →

New Dell Workstations Feature 128GB of DDR5 on a Single CAMM Module

Dell has pulled the wraps off its newest workstations, revealing the full skinny on its all-new CAMM memory module. Word of this new design leaked a few days ago, prompting people (including us) to speculate on what exactly Dell was… Continue Reading →

Thermalright Offers a Solution For Alder Lake Socket Warping

(Photo: Taobao)Over the past month or so there have been reports of Alder Lake customers with bent or warped CPU sockets. Although it’s still not clear if this is happening only on certain boards, it’s legit enough that Intel has… Continue Reading →

Intel Tests Controversial New Student Monitoring Software

(Photo: Thomas Park/Unsplash)Intel has partnered with an e-learning software company to produce a program that tracks students’ expressions. The program, called Class, is AI-based and works with Zoom to analyze students’ faces in real time. It’s said to be capable… Continue Reading →

NASA Confirms: Gigantic Inbound Comet is Biggest Ever Recorded

This illustration shows the distant Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein as it might look in the outer Solar System. Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein is estimated to be about 1000 times more massive than a typical comet, making it arguably the largest comet discovered in modern… Continue Reading →

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