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SpaceX Successfully Launches Used Dragon Cargo Ship in Historic First

For the first time in the history of commercial spaceflight, a used spacecraft has blasted off on a mission to deliver cargo to the International Space Station (ISS). After lightning strikes delayed the launch on Thursday (June 1), lingering storm ...

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Spigen has a trademark beef with Andy Rubin’s Essential Products

The phone accessory maker says it owns the use of the Essential name. We’re still about a month away from the first Essential Phone hitting the market, but there may be a problem. According to documents provided to Android Police, ...

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World’s largest airplane rolls out of hanger for first time

The world’s largest airplane – designed to reshape space travel by launching rockets mid-air into orbit from 30,000 ft – rolled out of its hangar for the first time Wednesday at the Mojave Air and Space Port in the US. ...

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Boeing’s stealthy Pegasus air tankers to refuel USAF jets in complete darkness

The first air tanker in world military history that can refuel planes in complete darkness is undergoing tests ahead of the expected US Air Force acquisition. A total of 179 of Boeing’s KC-46 ‘Pegasus’ tankers will be delivered by the ...

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The World’s Largest Floating Solar Plant Is Finally Online

The world’s largest floating solar power plant is now online in China. Built by Sungrow, a supplier of PV inverter systems, the 40MW plant is now afloat in water 4 to 10 metres deep, and successfully linked to Huainan, China’s ...

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Everyone should copy Asus’ gorgeous laptop color accents

Speak to any designer of modern gadgets and you’ll hear plenty of frustration with the creative constraints imposed by having to build ever-thinner, ever-lighter devices. There’s just not much room for flair and expression when the thing you’re building is ...

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Sana’s smart sleep goggles for insomniacs will be out in 2018

These sleep googles by a company called Sana Health cost a lot more than your typical mask, but it promises peaceful sleep 10 minutes after you put them on. That’s because they more than just block the light: they have ...

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Apps infected with ‘Judy’ malware may have impacted up to 36 million Android devices

(WFLA) — A global security vendor is warning Android users of a widespread malware campaign on Google’s app store, Google Play. Researchers at Check Point Software Technologies say the malware called “Judy,” was discovered on 41 apps developed by a ...

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Nintendo is reportedly boosting production of Switch consoles

The company is worried about ‘customer tantrums’ this holiday season Nintendo is ramping up its production order of Switch consoles ahead of the increased demand expected during the 2017 holiday shopping season, reports the Financial Times. The console sold extremely ...

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Ransomware attack: Wannacry affects Google’s RailWire free Wi-Fi service

Ransomware, a malicious piece of software that locks files on a system and demands for a price in order to restore the normal functionality, have been on the rise in the recent past. WannaCry ransomware cyber-attack, which started affecting systems ...

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