Tropical Tectonics May Have Triggered Past Ice Ages
What caused the ice ages in Earth's past? Possibly plate tectonic action in the tropics, over millions of years.
NASA Discovers Mercury Dust Ring, Hints of Hidden Asteroids Near Venus
NASA has released new reports on discoveries in the inner solar system. Dust belts and possible new asteroids ahead.
Opportunity Sent Back One Final Stunning Mars Panorama Before Going Offline Forever
Before the plucky little rover passed on, it beamed back one final gift to the people of Earth: an awe-inspiring panorama of Perseverance Valley.
ET Deals: Save on Acer Laptops, Desktops, and Accessories, Vostro 15 5000 Laptop Only $579
For today only, Amazon is offering up huge discounts on the likes of laptops, desktops, and accessories from Acer. Save 12 percent on a 1080p Acer Aspire E 15 laptop, 20 percent on a Acer PKB810 Predator keyboard, and much more.
Western Digital Launches Low-Cost WD Blue NVMe SSDs
Western Digital's new WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSD offers high-end performance on a budget.
Nvidia Launches New GTX 1660, Takes Control of Midrange Market
Nvidia's GTX 1660 drops today, with strong reviews and a solid midrange price point.
Samsung Is Developing Cameras Hidden Under Phone Display
A new report from Korea's Yonhap News Agency says that Samsung is aiming to have phones in the next few years with full, uninterrupted displays and cameras hidden underneath the screen.
Blizzard Will Recreate the Classic Warcraft Progression Experience on Classic Servers
Blizzard has unveiled its content progression plans for WoW Classic. They're really darn good.
Scientists Revive 28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth Cells in Mice
Scientists working with Yuka, the best-preserved mammoth ever discovered, have partially revived some of her cells using mouse egg cells.
Trump Grounds All 737 Max Flights After Ethiopian Airlines Disaster
President Trump has grounded all 737 Max 8s after the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.
Google Announces Android Q Beta: Faster Apps, Privacy Boosts, and More
This release will inevitably include ample bugs and half-finished features, but it's the first glimpse of Google's vision for the future of Android.