Happy Friday, dear reader. Welcome back to This Week in Space, where we round up the major happenings from LEO to the Oort Cloud and all points west. NASA is still working to get the Artemis moon rocket into the air, but they’ve set another launch date. In contrast, the European Space Agency will make history next week when Samantha
Intel’s Core i9-13900K won’t be launching till next month but Enthusiast Citizen has managed to post a full review of the flagship Raptor Lake CPU.
Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake CPU Review Shows Big Gains In Multi-Threading, Decent Gains In Gaming, All At The Cost of Higher Power
We have already seen a ton of Intel Core i9-13900K and other
In what can only be described as a shocking revelation, EVGA has announced it is terminating its partnership with Nvidia. It will no longer make or sell Nvidia-based GPUs, period. The news comes from Gamers Nexus, which got the info straight from EVGA’s CEO. The
Where did Battlefield 2042 go wrong? It’s a question many have asked since Battlefield 2042’s near-disastrous launch last year, and Vince Zampella has probably thought about it more than most. The Respawn Entertainment founder was put in charge of Battlefield following last year’s stumbles, and in a new interview with Barron’s, he chalked up Battlefield 2042’s issues to a lack
Wireless chargers are very convenient for charging your phone without fiddling with a cable. They’re not the fastest way to charge nor the most efficient, but they get the job done. As the smartphone and accessory market has largely adopted the Qi wireless charging standard, it has become much easier to buy a wireless charger without worrying about different charging
Artemis draws back her bow afresh. After scrubbing two launch attempts in rapid succession, NASA has set a new launch window for its Space Launch System’s Artemis 1 mission to the moon.
Including the scrubbed launch attempts from the past two weeks, NASA still has