Tesla Drops Prices as Much as 20% in Bid to Boost Sales
It's shaving up to 20% off the price of some vehicles, putting them in range of a new federal tax subsidy.
Intel Confirms Entirely New Microarchitecture for Lunar Lake
We'll find out more about this low-power architecture on the 26th.
Dish, Environmental Group File Lawsuits to Stop SpaceX Starlink Gen 2
They have different reasons for making this demand, but the end goal is the same: fewer Starlink satellites in orbit.
Extreme Heat Is Changing People’s Daily Habits, Study Finds
New research suggests that individuals’ daily habits should be included in discussions about climate change.
Airbus Begins Testing Autonomous Emergency Flight Tech
Project DragonFly could help pilots “derisk” emergency operations using a slew of sensors, computer vision algorithms, and robust guidance calculations.
Report: Apple Reverses Course on Touch Screens, Will Bring Them to the Mac
Steve Jobs would be rolling in his grave on this one.
This Week in Space: Ancient Galaxies, Explosions, and Known Unknowns
It's been a tough one for space agencies and private startups alike, with multiple launch failures, one of which wrecked its launchpad. China also lost its Zhurong rover to the bitter Martian winter. You'd think it was Friday the 13th or something...
Intel’s 6GHz Core i9-13900KS Is Already Available at Newegg
While it's priced a little higher than the $699 MSRP, this is the only way to hit 6GHz on a desktop CPU without overclocking — at least for now.
Russia Will Launch New Soyuz To Replace Leaking Spacecraft at ISS
Roscosmos will move the next Soyuz launch forward, ensuring the crew will have a way back to Earth, but this could mean a longer stay on the ISS for those assigned to Russia's spacecraft.
AMD Flip Flops on Ryzen 7000 X3D Launch Date
Off in the distance, you can hear the sound of an intern's desk being cleaned out.
James Webb Space Telescope Confirms Its First Exoplanet
Unlike many of the worlds outside our solar system, this one is about the same size as Earth.