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Google, Apple Cave to Russian Government Pressure, Remove Navalny Voting App
Google, Apple Cave to Russian Government Pressure, Remove Navalny Voting App

That means citizens who have not already downloaded the app will find it much harder (or impossible) to get it, and the opposition's efforts to gain ground against Putin's United Russia party could suffer.

Musk: Starlink Beta Will End In October
Musk: Starlink Beta Will End In October

SpaceX CEO has revealed on Twitter (as he often does) that the beta will come to an end next month. That could mean Starlink is ready to expand and offer even higher speeds.

Instagram Confirms It Has Unique Power to Harm Teen Girls’ Body Image
Instagram Confirms It Has Unique Power to Harm Teen Girls’ Body Image

Instagram has taken its deepest look yet at how its app impacts teens’ mental well-being, and the results aren’t good.

Who Else Is Serving the Primordial Soup That Could Form Alien Life?
Who Else Is Serving the Primordial Soup That Could Form Alien Life?

Astrophysicists have used the ALMA interferometer to find and analyze dense swathes of important organic molecules around several young, nearby sunlike stars.

Apple Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Shattered M1 MacBook Displays
Apple Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Shattered M1 MacBook Displays

Apple's M1 systems might have a problem after all. The actual SoC is fine, but the company has been sued over how easy it is to break the display.

Leaked Data on AMD’s Milan-X Epyc CPUs Claims 768MB L3, Reduced Base Clocks
Leaked Data on AMD’s Milan-X Epyc CPUs Claims 768MB L3, Reduced Base Clocks

New specs on AMD's Milan-X have leaked. The chips pack a whopping lot of L3, as expected, but they (may) trade a bit of clock as well, if rumors are accurate.

Most Interstellar Objects Might Evaporate Between Stars
Most Interstellar Objects Might Evaporate Between Stars

In 2017, astronomers around the world turned their attention to a small point of light zipping through the solar system. The object, known as 'Oumuamua, was the very first interstellar object ever discovered. We have since spotted a second, suggesting that visitors from afar might be common. However, a new analysis claims that almost all the potential visitors drifting between stars evaporate long before they could get here.

NASA: Mars Was Rocked By Thousands of Gigantic Volcanic Explosions
NASA: Mars Was Rocked By Thousands of Gigantic Volcanic Explosions

NASA scientists have uncovered evidence of explosive supervolcanoes in Arabia Terra, a battered upland region that we think is one of the oldest terrains on the planet.

Google’s Project Taara Wirelessly Transmits 700TB Across a River in 20 Days
Google’s Project Taara Wirelessly Transmits 700TB Across a River in 20 Days

Google says it has used the Free Space Optical Communications (FSOC) links developed for Project Loon to beam hundreds of terabytes of data nearly five kilometers, no wires necessary.

Prehistoric Winged Lizard Unearthed in Chilean Desert
Prehistoric Winged Lizard Unearthed in Chilean Desert

Scientists have found a Jurassic "dragon," a winged lizard discovered in a most unexpected place.

Steve Wozniak Is Starting a Company That Cleans Up Space Debris
Steve Wozniak Is Starting a Company That Cleans Up Space Debris

In a vague tweet, Wozniak said he was starting a private space company “unlike the others.” A little investigative work may have revealed the company's purpose.

SpaceX Starship, Explained: What You Need to Know About Elon Musk’s Biggest Project of Them All
SpaceX Starship, Explained: What You Need to Know About Elon Musk’s Biggest Project of Them All

The Falcon 9 was the first rocket to perfect propulsive landing, but it's not a very big rocket. To reach distant, exotic locales like Mars and the outer planets, you need something with a little more oomph. That's the SpaceX Starship. Elon Musk's mega-rocket is still in development, but it already has some missions lined up, ranging from history-making to silly.