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Hayabusa2 Target Ryugu Was Once Part of a Much Larger Asteroid
Hayabusa2 Target Ryugu Was Once Part of a Much Larger Asteroid

The Hayabusa2 materials have been on Earth since late 2020, and new research reveals how Ryugu has changed over its lifetime, including a cataclysmic impact that made it the small-ish rock it is today.

Intel Aggressively Prices Raptor Lake, Arc A770 at Innovation Event
Intel Aggressively Prices Raptor Lake, Arc A770 at Innovation Event

Intel is going hard at AMD (and Nvidia) on the pricing front this time around.

NASA’s DART Asteroid-Smasher Is Gone, But We’ll Always Have These Stunning Images of Its Demise
NASA’s DART Asteroid-Smasher Is Gone, But We’ll Always Have These Stunning Images of Its Demise

Now, scientists get to assess the data from the impact, including some stunning images of the event.

New Regulations Will Force Airlines to Refund Air Travelers for Broken Wi-Fi
New Regulations Will Force Airlines to Refund Air Travelers for Broken Wi-Fi

Airlines operating in the US might soon be required to clarify extraneous fees upfront, as well as refund customers for unfulfilled Wi-Fi purchases.

Netflix Has Officially Opened a Games Studio
Netflix Has Officially Opened a Games Studio

The subscription streaming service announced yesterday that it’s digging its heels into the video games industry by establishing its very own internal games studio.

Scientists Call for Crewed Mission to Venus Before Mars
Scientists Call for Crewed Mission to Venus Before Mars

NASA hopes to send humans to Mars, but some scientists believe Venus should be our first stop.

Stanford Study Warns Against EV Charging at Night
Stanford Study Warns Against EV Charging at Night

Researchers from Stanford have published a study that claims the way most people charge their EVs is exactly the wrong way to do it for the future of the grid.

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X CPU: Powerful, Gets a Bit Toasty
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X CPU: Powerful, Gets a Bit Toasty

AMD's Zen 4 flagship has finally landed on the test bench, and it delivers scathing performance.

MIT Engineers Create Wireless, Battery-Free Underwater Camera
MIT Engineers Create Wireless, Battery-Free Underwater Camera

Parts of the ocean that have previously gone unexplored might soon become familiar.

New Video Gives Us One More Reason to Never Buy a Used Mining GPU
New Video Gives Us One More Reason to Never Buy a Used Mining GPU

A new video making the rounds purports to show Vietnamese crypto miners preparing used GPUs for resale by blasting them with a pressure washer.

IMPACT! NASA Successfully Smashes DART Spacecraft Into Asteroid
IMPACT! NASA Successfully Smashes DART Spacecraft Into Asteroid

Earth has been pelted by uncountable space rocks throughout its history, but for the first time, we may have the ability to prevent an impact. NASA is set to test its asteroid deflection technology for the first time some 6.8 million miles away.

NASA Calls Off Artemis 1 Launch to Protect SLS Rocket From Hurricane
NASA Calls Off Artemis 1 Launch to Protect SLS Rocket From Hurricane

Rather than leave the SLS rocket on the pad to weather the "dirty side" of Hurricane Ian, NASA is rolling it back into the Vehicle Assembly Building.