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More Starlink satellites ride into orbit on predawn launch of Falcon 9 rocket

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center at first light Friday with 53 Starlink internet satellites, completing an all-nighter of space operations just five hours after returning four astronauts to a splashdown off the west coast of Florida.

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Two-Dimensional Polymer Is A New Ultra-Strong Material

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Plastics, by and large, are well-understood materials. Not as strong as most metals, but often much lighter, these man-made polymers have found innumerable applications that have revolutionized the way we …read more

Neat announces Teams certification for smart displays

The manufacturer of a new generation of smart videoconferencing devices announced the certification at the Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando, Florida.

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Tiny House Living: What to Know About Living Big in a Small Space

The tiny house movement is growing, but what is it all about? This guide will help you decide what type of tiny home suits you and weigh the pros and cons of tiny house living.

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Celebrating The Infinity Of Pi Day With Thermochromic Foil

Thermal printer with a loop of thermochromic foil inserted in it, printing digits of Pi on the loop.The digits gradually disappear from the foil as it exits the printer.
It might take you some time to understand what’s happening in the video that Hackaday alum [Moritz Sivers] shared with us. This is {Moritz]’s contribution for this year’s Pi Day …read more

From crisis currency to consumer adoption: What next for crypto?

Tag Template - News Hub PRO Cryptocurrencies have won credit for their role in Ukraine’s war, showing utility that will drive them beyond the battlefield, says Amber Group’s Michael Wu.
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Modular Multi-Input Macro Keypad Integrates Mouse and Joystick

An input device combining a joystick with several knnobs and buttons
While most computer users make do with just a keyboard and mouse, power users often have multiple additional input devices. Gamers use joysticks or dedicated mice, CAD engineers have specialized …read more

‘Moss: Book II’ is Coming to PSVR This Month, New Gameplay Here

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If you’re excited to jump back into the storybook world of Moss, you won’t have to wait much longer. In two weeks, you’ll be able go head-first into another adventure with little Quill in the upcoming sequel, Moss: Book II. Coming to PSVR on March 31st from Polyarc, Moss: Book II promises to bring fans of […]

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Over Top, the Classic Arcade Racer, Gets the ACA NeoGeo Treatment

Another week, another new game added to the ever-increasing ACA NeoGeo library on mobile. This time round it’s the turn of isometric racer Over Top. Gear sticks at... Continue reading

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The Barcelona Cannabis Club Scene: Update Spring 2022

The famous Barcelona club system is evolving with the times; get the inside scoop of where to go and what to expect.

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10 super promising Norwegian startups to watch in 2022 and beyond

Home to fairytale landscapes made up of fjords, mountains, lakes and the magical northern lights – Norway is certainly a source of inspiration for innovation, creation, and a reminder of the wonders of the planet.  It’s a nation with a thriving economy, a welcoming and positive culture and a healthy startup environment. Norwegian innovation is […]

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Our Brains Keep Us 15 Seconds ‘in The Past’ to Help Us See a Stable World, Says Study

I love the idea of our brains as time machines. Neat article from ScienceAlert.In our latest research, we discovered a new mechanism that, among others, can explain this illusory stability. The brain automatically smoothes our visual input over time. Instead of analyzing every single visual snapshot, we perceive in a given moment an average of […]
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