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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explains how startups can help with Artemis Moon missions

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explains how startups can help with Artemis Moon missions At this week’s International Astronautical Congress, where the space industry, international space agencies and researchers from around the world convene to discuss the state of space technology and business, I asked NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine about what role he […]

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Tiny acquires Meteor

Tiny acquires Meteor Canadian technology holding company Tiny, home to companies like Dribble, Flow and Unicorn Hunt, today announced that it has acquired Meteor, the JavaScript-centric open-source app platform. Meteor launched back in 2011 and while it was a developer darling for a while, its momentum stalled a bit in recent years […]

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Watch 5,000 rockets attempt a world record simultaneous launch to celebrate Apollo 11

Watch 5,000 rockets attempt a world record simultaneous launch to celebrate Apollo 11 50 years ago today, at 9:32 AM ET, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida aboard a Saturn V rocket. At 9:32 AM ET this morning in 2019, you can watch as the U.S. Space & […]

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NASA’s historic Apollo 11 launch comes to your phone in AR

NASA’s historic Apollo 11 launch comes to your phone in AR We’re nearing the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing on July 24, and to celebrate, there’s a new interactive augmented reality app called 321 LAUNCH that will bring a faithful recreation of the launch to your mobile device, and […]

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Search giant Baidu has driven the most autonomous miles in Beijing

Search giant Baidu has driven the most autonomous miles in Beijing While the public is asking, “When are we going to ride in autonomous cars?” Technology companies have been moving apace to test them on designated roads. In China’s capital city Beijing, eight firms drove a total of 153,600 kilometers (95442.6 miles) […]

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Baidu’s video site iQiyi adds 37M subscribers in 2018 amid mounting losses

Baidu’s video site iQiyi adds 37M subscribers in 2018 amid mounting losses China’s Baidu, which is often compared to Alphabet’s Google, is showing no signs of slowing down its pace of betting on video content as its core advertising unit feels the squeeze from rivals. The company’s latest financial results show its video streaming […]

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Baidu announces Apollo Enterprise, its new platform for mass-produced autonomous vehicles

Baidu announces Apollo Enterprise, its new platform for mass-produced autonomous vehicles Baidu made several big announcements about Apollo, its open-source autonomous vehicle technology platform, today at CES. The first is the launch of Apollo Enterprise for vehicles that will be put into mass production. The company claims that Apollo is already used […]

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Baidu hits the gas on autonomous vehicles with Volvo and Ford deals

Baidu hits the gas on autonomous vehicles with Volvo and Ford deals China’s search engine giant Baidu is continuing its partnership spree for Apollo, its open development platform for autonomous driving, after it inked a deal with Swedish automaker Volvo to develop level four self-driving passenger cars. “Autonomous driving has been our […]

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Sales engagement startup Apollo says its massive contacts database was stolen in a data breach

Sales engagement startup Apollo says its massive contacts database was stolen in a data breach Apollo, a sales engagement startup boasting a database of more than 200 million contact records, has been hacked. The YC Combinator-backed company, formerly known as ZenProspect, helps salespeople connect with prospective customers. Using its massive prospect database […]

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Inside Atari’s rise and fall

Inside Atari’s rise and fall Jamie Lendino Contributor Share on Twitter Jamie Lendino is the editor-in-chief of Extreme Tech By the first few months of 1982, it had become more common to see electronics stores, toy stores, and discount variety stops selling 2600 games. This was before Electronics Boutique, Software Etc., and […]

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