Here's what's happening in the Star Wars universe alongside Solo, and how many years apart its events are from other movies.
But it was still the Falcon 9's fault in a way.
Consider this your reminder that a 700-plus-horsepower Shelby GT500 is coming soon.
Officials from the Netherlands and Australia today formally stated that they are convinced Russia was responsible for the deployment of the "Buk" anti-aircraft missile system that shot down Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) in 2014. The announcement came a day after a Dutch-led joint investigation team released a report on their findings, which concluded the missile had belonged to the Russian Army's 53rd anti-aircraft brigade, which was based outside the city of Kursk, north of the Ukrainian border.
Physical evidence collected by investigators, along with radar track and flight recorder data, pointed to the use of a specific warhead type associated with Buk surface-to-air missiles. Paint transferred from fragments of the missile to the aircraft's fuselage was matched with recovered parts of the missile.
Russia has long denied that any of its military equipment ever crossed the border into eastern Ukraine, and the Russians presented several alternative scenarios—including blaming the downing of the airliner on a Ukrainian Air Force pilot. The Russians at first claimed to have radar evidence proving their allegation, but the country then said it was lost—only to claim they had found the evidence again just two days before the Joint Investigative Team's 2016 press conference. The separate target that Russia claimed to have identified on radar was actually part of MH17’s fuselage breaking away after the missile detonated.
And helps cable industry tackle scourge of streaming boxes
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It's a well balanced smart speaker with tons of features. But if you have a specific need, there's likely a better smart speaker for you.
Look out, Mark Zuckerberg.
But please don't let Jabba anywhere near my chakras.
Up to 70% of staff shown the door this week, insiders claim
IBM has laid off approximately 50 and 70 per cent of staff this week in its Watson Health division, according to inside sources.…
An Austrian privacy group is wasting no time.
The documents were reportedly part of a push to train moderators on white supremacy in the US following the death of a protester in Charlottesville.
Evil hypervisors can lift plaintext info out of ciphered memory, it is claimed
German researchers reckon they have devised a method to thwart the security mechanisms AMD's Epyc server chips use to automatically encrypt virtual machines in memory.…
SEV attack would let hypervisors lift memory contents
A group of German researchers have devised a method to thwart the VM security in AMD's server chips.…
Red held an event at their studios in Hollywood to show off the unreleased Hydrogen One and we finally got a peek at the $1200 android phone.
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The topless electric car is just a promotional vehicle and won't be put into production.
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You're drowning in these thanks to the GDPR. But they leave out something important.