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SlashGear 08/08/2020 13:42
NASA has been recording seismic information from inside the surface of Mars using the InSight Lander’s seismometer. NASA says the data record is the first direct evidence of key boundaries inside the Red Planet’s interior. The goal was to help planetary scientists understand how rocky planets are formed. Before recent data was recorded by the InSight Lander, scientists only had …
SlashGear 08/08/2020 12:58
SpaceX launched 57 new satellites in its latest push to get its Starlink cluster up and running. The company plans to start beta trials of its Internet service served by the satellites later this summer. There has been controversy surrounding the Starlink satellites, particularly with them being much brighter than anyone anticipated. Astronomers and scientists worldwide have complained the SpaceX …
SlashGear 08/08/2020 12:45
Disney’s ESPN+, the streaming version of the popular sports network, is getting a price increase…but only for new customers. Existing subscribers will continue to pay the $4.99/month rate they signed up for, but that will only last for around a year, after which point the price increase will roll their way, as well. ESPN+ remains a bundled option with Disney+ …
SlashGear 08/08/2020 07:15
PUBG Mobile, the version of the battle royale game designed for smartphones and tablets, is now available with support for 90fps gameplay…but only on certain OnePlus phones. The companies announced a partnership last week that gives OnePlus 7T series, 7 Pro, and 8 series device owners access to this smoother gameplay, but that exclusively won’t last forever. Certain countries are …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 18:30
The anticipated Huawei Mate 40 smartphone will be the last model to feature the maker’s own high-end Kirin processor, the company has confirmed, something that has resulted from the Trump administration’s ban on trade with the Chinese phone maker. As a result of that ban, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) ended its business with Huawei and, as a result, the …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 17:47
Creatures shown in a study published this month can survive with lower energy requirements than any life previously discovered by humanity. Some of the undersea sediment-dwelling microbes shown in this study have survived “under extreme energy limitation for millennia, thus calling into question the limit for life. If you thought your teenage grunge rock cousin was lazy, wait ’till you …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 16:28
NASA is taking steps to eliminate its use of offensive, inappropriate, or otherwise problematic nicknames given to various cosmic regions and objects. The decision comes amid growing calls for more diversity and inclusion, a process that involves tearing down old problematic structures that may be insensitive at best or, more often than not, actively harmful. The change is kicking off …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 15:36
Research published this week showed an experiment run by scientists with mutation on their minds. In the experiments, scientists altered single genes of zebrafish and recorded the results. Their aim was to study the evolution of the jaw. They created fish with fused upper and lower jaw cartilages, unable to close their mouths. Developmental plasticity was the name of the …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 13:22
The CDC just updated their guidance for citizens of the United States during our modern global pandemic here in the year 2020. The update appeared on the 7th of August (earlier today) and included a few key points that’ve been clarified or straight up added to the mix that were not present before. To be clear, if you wear a …
SlashGear 08/07/2020 12:45
The Cadillac Lyriq wasn’t quite a bait-and-switch but, as the dust settles on the delayed unveil of the automaker’s new electric flagship, you’d be forgiven for feeling like the EV was a tad premature. Two years premature, in fact: the luxury crossover Caddy revealed this week is actually a show car, the automaker conceded. Production of whatever it inspires isn’t …

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