Apple Patent Describes ‘Light Absorbing’ Matte Black MacBooks

Apple Patent Describes ‘Light Absorbing’ Matte Black MacBooks

If you’ve ever wished Apple made matte black MacBooks, a new patent shows that the company is at least considering the idea…


Iranian Nuclear Scientist Was Killed Using ‘Satellite-Controlled Machine Gun’

Iran’s top nuclear scientist was killed by a satellite-controlled machine gun, according to the country’s media…


Japan Plans to Join the Pack and Ban Sales of New Gasoline Cars by 2030

Japan will soon join the growing list of countries set to ban sales of new gasoline-engine cars. The new policy, which should be announced as soon as next week, would ban sales by the mid-2030s, encouraging instead the use of electric or hybrid cars across the country to lower the country’s carbon emissions…


Pennsylvania Legalizes Autonomous Delivery Robots, Classifies Them as Pedestrians

Last month, Pennsylvania legalized autonomous delivery robots, which can weigh up to 550 pounds without cargo and typically roam sidewalks to delivery goods in urban and suburban environments…


Researchers Developed New Software That Could Revolutionize How DNA Is Sequenced, Making It Far Faster and Less Expensive to Map Anything From Yeast Genomes to Cancer Genes

A team of Johns Hopkins University researchers has developed a new software that could revolutionize how DNA is sequenced, making it far faster and less expensive to map anything from yeast genomes to cancer genes…


Astronauts Harvest First Radish Crop. More Than 180 Sensors in the Chamber Monitor the Plant Growth and Regulate Moisture Levels, Temperature, and CO2 Concentration

On Nov. 30, 2020, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins harvested radish plants growing in the Advanced Plant Habitat (APH) aboard the International Space Station. She meticulously collected and wrapped in foil each of the 20 radish plants, placing them in cold storage for the return trip to Earth in 2021 on SpaceX’s 22nd Commercial Resupply Services mission…


Elon Musk Says SpaceX Will Attempt Uncrewed Mars Flight in Two Years, Human Landing in Four to Six

SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk was given an award from media giant Axel Springer on Tuesday, and he sat down to provide a wide-ranging interview that covered topics including space, Tesla, AI and even underpopulation. Musk addressed SpaceX’s Mars ambitions first, providing current timelines he’s working toward for reaching the red planet with SpaceX’s Starship, the next-generation spacecraft it hopes to fly in a new high-altitude test sometime later this week…

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