Cross Your Fingers: NASA Reschedules Artemis 1 Launch, Again

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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

New X-Ray Technique Could Help Detect Explosives, Tumors

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The inside of a bag viewed with UCL’s X-ray system. (Photo: Patridge et al/Nature Communications)
A new X-ray technique that combines conventional equipment with a deep-learning algorithm might find its way into both security settings and the healthcare industry.

Researchers from the United Kingdom’s University

iOS 16.1 Will Bring Major Features on iPhone

Apple has seen fit to release the first beta of iOS 16.1 to developers and public beta testers. The latest beta build arrived a few days after the company seeded iOS 16 to the general public. The update packs a boatload of improvements with forward-facing features. However, some features are missing in the initial release of iOS 16. Henceforth, the

Spacewar to Go: Analogue Pocket Adds Support for Archiving

A tiny ship casts off glowing trails as it banks and gets slowly pulled towards a star in the middle of the screen. On the other side of the screen, a torpedo approaches. I shoot tiny glittering beams, and the torpedo vanishes in a spray of light. The little game I’m playing on this modern handheld Analogue Pocket gaming device

SolidRun introduces SolidWAN software-defined edge network

SolidRun has launched two SolidWAN Linux-based system-level solutions for software-defined wide area networks and network security applications with the SolidWAN Single LX2162 based on NXP LX2162 16-core Cortex-A72 SoC designed for small offices (SoHo) and SMBs, and the SolidWAN Dual LX2160 equipped with two NXP LX2160A 16-core Cortex-A72 networking processors targetting enterprise and edge data center applications.

SolidWAN Single LX2162

Why Apple Moving Away From Intel Is Good for Everyone

  • The M2 MacBook Air isn’t just lacking an Intel chip, it’s completely free of Intel silicon.
  • The world’s most popular notebook no longer uses an Intel USB/Thunderbolt controller.
  • Apple’s insistence on complete control is behind what makes the Apple ecosystem so compelling.

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You don’t need to follow Apple particularly closely to know it enjoys control, from the components it