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The Cheapest iPhone Has a More Powerful Processor Than the Most Expensive Android Phone

Apple has updated the little iPhone SE for 2020, and even an Android fan has to see that it’s a great phone at an even greater price of $399 for the base model. It’s essentially an iPhone 8 with one big difference: it has Apple’s A13 Bionic chip buried inside. And that’s a big deal for a number of reasons…


Google Will Require Proof of Identity From All Advertisers

In an effort to fight off fraudulent or misleading online ads, Google will require that all advertisers across its sprawling network prove who they are and where they operate, the company said in a blog post on Thursday…


U.S. Space Force’s First Offensive Weapon Is a Satellite Jammer

The United States Space force now has offensive power, though it might not be the massive orbiting weapons system that you’re envisioning…


Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drone Sets World Record, Flies Uninterrupted for 331 Minutes

Last month FuelCellWorks reported that according to various Chinese media sources, a research drone powered by hydrogen fuel cells set a world record by flying for 331 minutes uninterrupted…


SimCraft Simulators Allow Professional Drivers to Race Competitively During Lockdown

With so much of the world in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, live sporting events have gone by the wayside — and motor sports are no exception. In fact, car races were among the first events to be canceled, but in an effort to keep their seasons running and sponsors on board, pro racers are now taking to platforms like iRacing, an online simulation, to compete…


Bloomberg: Apple’s First ARM Mac to Launch by 2021 With 12-Core Processor

In line with a timeframe shared by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo last month, Bloomberg today reports that Apple is planning to release at least one Mac with its own custom-designed ARM-based processor by 2021…


Elon Musk Says Starlink Internet Private Beta to Begin in Roughly Three Months, Public Beta in Six

SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk has shared more details about when in 2020 we can expect the company’s Starlink low-latency, high-bandwidth satellite internet service to actually be available to customers. He said on Twitter that a private beta for Starlink would begin in around three months, with a public beta to kick off roughly three months after that…

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