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Twitter against Elon Musk: Did the billionaire have it all planned out?

Elon Musk is quite a controversial public figure. On the one hand, he is a genius behind Tesla and SpaceX and on the other...

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Cryptocurrency wallet development: How to create a modern app

With the growing popularity and proliferation of cryptocurrency and related transactions, apps created to perform these duplicate transactions have also taken their place in...

Ripple’s XRP Projected To Surpass $2.55 By December 2022 Following SEC Lawsuit Outcome

Ripple’s ODL Service On The Verge Of Reaching Global Coverage — And That’s Fiercely Bullish For XRP
The report, which was updated on May 4 entailed consulting a panel of 36 industry experts for their thoughts on how XRP will perform over the next decade should Ripple win or lose the case against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Dragon crew capsule undocks from space station, heads for splashdown Friday

Three NASA astronauts and a European Space Agency mission specialist left the International Space Station early Thursday aboard a SpaceX Dragon capsule, heading for splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida to wrap up a 176-day expedition in orbit.

5 Things Every SaaS Founder Needs to Know About IP Protection

As a SaaS founder, your company’s intellectual property (IP) is one of its most valuable assets, but do you know how to protect it? IP includes everything from the name of your company to the software that powers your SaaS. Ensuring that you take steps to protect your IP is critical to safeguarding your hard […]

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CRB Checks for British Teachers

The teaching profession is often seen as a vocation, and can indeed be very rewarding, both personally and financially. Many young people especially see...

Ingenuity helicopter flies over leftover wreckage from Mars landing last year

NASA's flying drone on Mars has recorded aerial views of debris left behind from the landing of the Perseverance rover last year, showing remarkable details of the craft's supersonic parachute and part of its aeroshell.
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Mushe (XMU) Will Create Stiff Competition for Decentraland (MANA) and The Sandbox (SAND)

Mushe (XMU) is currently planning its launch and will bring forth some stiff competition for Decentraland (MANA) and Sandbox (SAND). The futuristic token will...

Citing valve problem, NASA will load only the SLS core stage in next countdown test

A problem with a helium valve on the Space Launch System moon rocket's upper stage will require ground teams to only partially load the giant launcher with cryogenic propellants during an upcoming countdown dress rehearsal, NASA officials said Saturday. NASA also confirmed teams now targeting Thursday for the next try to complete the test.

NASA’s SLS moon rocket, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 share the scene at Kennedy Space Center

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket and SpaceX’s Falcon 9 shared the scene Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center — the first time since 2009 that rockets have stood on both pads at Launch Complex 39.

A U.S. CBDC: Disaster, or An Idea Who’s Time Has Come?

The notion of a digital dollar for the United States has been increasingly in the news over the last month. Research into a potential Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) was called for by an executive order from President Biden in March, and it’s easy to see why: between efforts abroad from China to make moves in the space, to the increasing adoption rate of cryptocurrencies and other faster payments technologies, it’s clear to see that the technology has caught up to the vision, and implementation could offer significant advantages. However, not everyone thinks that a Federal Reserve-backed digital currency is

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Catalyst = 20% lower consumption & 10% higher power for Eurodrone

Catalyst – 100% European development without any US licenses. Ecologically more effective thanks to 20% lower consumption and 10% higher power. This means three more hours of time in the air,  which can be decisive in various defense actions and even save lives.     Within a few weeks, Airbus Defense and Space will have […]

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Health Insurance – What Could Ever Happen?

It won't happen to me ... How many times have you heard this phrase said by anyone, or thought of? Well, not that it is...
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