Category: Technology

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The Race to Get Tourists to Suborbital Space Is Heating Up

Space: final frontier or ultimate tourist destination? Maybe both–provided you have the cash. Already, you can buy tickets for( as-yet-unscheduled) flights aboard SpaceShipTwo, the crew vehicle developed by Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic. And at...

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Broadcom acquires CA Technologies for $18.9B in cash

“A Cult Classic” arrives on July 24. Read more: hiphopdx.com Broadcom, the massive semiconductor supplier you are able recollect from its failed try to acquire Qualcomm, today announced that it has reached a definitive...

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Samsungs new India phone factory is worlds largest

This week Samsung is opening what it’s calling the world’s largest mobile phone mill in the world’s second largest smartphone marketplace. Expansion, which will be fully complete in 2020, is expected to virtually double...

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HTC is gone

Gather around, campers, and hear a narrative as old as time. Remember the HTC Dream? The Evo 4G? The Google Nexus One? What about the Touch Diamond? All amazing devices. The HTC of 2018...

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Lyft Bikes is now a thing

Lyft, the rideshare giant that last week shut on $600 million in fresh fund, only announced the most recent move in its ongoing chess match with its older and better-funded challenger Uber. It has...

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Gaming Gets X-Rated and Very Profitable

In the game Armor Blitz , players assemble an legion of anime “tank girls.” When the game debuted on Google Play in November 2016, it grossed merely $23,400 in six months, less than half...

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A robotic astronaut named CIMON is on its way to the ISS

There’s a new astronaut on its behavior to the International Space Station this morning aboard SpaceX’s most recent resupply launch, and it’s simply the size of a drug ball. CIMON( Crew Interactive Mobile Companion)...

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SpaceX Is About to Launch Its Final Block 4 Falcon

SpaceX is swiftly moving toward achieving its ultimate goal of rapid reusability: winging a single booster twice within a 24 -hour time period. It’s a aim that Elon Musk says SpaceX will achieve subsequently...

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Its Time You Learned About Quantum Computing

You’ve likely heard of quantum computing. Do you understand it? Unlikely! It’s hour that you did. The basic idea–tap into quantum physics to make immensely powerful computers–isn’t new. Nobel-winning physicist Richard Feynman is generally...

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Why the CO2 shortage really matters

Image copyright AFP A shortage of CO2 gas is starting to bite. From pig processors to beer firms, the lack of carbon dioxide is hitting production. Even soft drinks giant Coca-Cola says its UK...

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Autonomous Vehicles Might Drive Cities to Financial Ruin

In Ann Arbor, Michigan, last week, 125 mainly white, mostly male, business-card-bearing attendees mobbed into a brightly lighted ballroom to consider “mobility.” That’s the buzzword for a hazy vision of how tech in all...

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UKs first Space Camp Accelerator unveils its first 6 startups

Back in March we covered the launch of Seraphim Capital’s new “Space Camp Accelerator”. This is the UK’s first dedicated accelerator programme for startups in the spacetech industry. Ther’s now selected the six corporations...

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US spy agencies want to store data on DNA computers

Government intelligence agencies have a plan to build computers that store information inside DNA and other organic molecules. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), a group within the Office of the Director of National...