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Iconic site bags funding for 'astronomy gallery'
Jodrell Bank is to receive £16.1m in UK lottery and government funding for a gallery dedicated to astronomy.…
With Razer releasing a smartphone and a three-screen laptop concept alongside updating its Blade Pro and Blade Stealth machines, the mid-tier Razer Blade sat quietly in wait for its next moment in the spotlight. Today, Razer debuted big updates to its Razer Blade laptop, focusing on design and performance to usher the gaming notebook into 2018.
While the new Blade still looks unmistakably "Razer," its design has changed dramatically for the better. Razer upped the screen size from 14 inches to 15.6 inches, reducing the surrounding bezels to just 4.9mm so that the device fits in with the other nearly bezel-less ultrabooks popular today. Razer is offering 1080p 60Hz or 144Hz panels, along with a 4K touchscreen option as well. The larger display panel makes the laptop slightly heavier than its predecessor, and it's a bit wider overall, too (4.7 pounds and 9.3 inches, respectively). However, the slimmer bezels, sharper edges, and aluminum unibody make the new Razer Blade look like a clear upgrade from the previous model.
Tired of volatile energy prices and major blackouts, Australian communities are ditching big electricity companies and taking power into their own hands.
The US hasn't seen much of Xiaomi phones, but maybe that will change this year.
Israel confirms the US-made F-35, from the world's costliest military programme, was used recently.
The star in the new Han Solo movie attempts a Wookiee roar on Jimmy Fallon's late-night show.
MPs angry about poor responses, Zuckerberg snub. CEO faces Euro politicos
The latest missive in an increasingly tense written battle between the British Parliament's digital committee and Facebook has seen MPs accuse the data-slurping giant of dodging questions and skipping the specifics.…
SANTA MONICA, California—Twenty minutes behind the motorcycle handlebars of Days Gone was long enough to determine one thing: 20 minutes isn't nearly enough to get us excited.
Greatness may very well hide within this upcoming PS4 exclusive from Sony Bend, but I got nowhere near excavating that during a pre-E3 hands-on event. Instead, I found an experience that sounds as standard and predictable as this description: an open-world, side-quest-filled, post-apocalyptic battle against zombies and survivors alike through which you must scavenge and craft to get ahead.
There's clearly a bigger story going on in Days Gone, and Sony Bend appears to leverage some incredible motion-capture and lip-sync technologies to bring its stories and actors to life in attractive fashion. But that's not what I got to experience.
That one place is Alphabet City, our brand new show that launches today!
Normally $66, this might make a great gift for Dad. Plus: a great $10 lantern for emergencies and camping trips.
A couple of weeks ago we got some terrible news. The Expanse, the critically acclaimed adaptation of the James SA Corey space opera novels now in its third season, was cancelled by Syfy.
Although the US-based cable channel was responsible for broadcasting the science fiction show, it wasn't responsible for the production—that's all down to Alcon Entertainment. Syfy only bought the first-run linear rights, meaning that it only really cared about viewers watching the show live in the US on Wednesday evenings. Streaming rights after each season was complete went to Amazon here in the US, with Netflix carrying the show internationally.
But it looks like the day may have been saved. On Monday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Amazon appears set to step into the breach for season four. By all accounts, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos was a big Expanse fan and wasn't happy that Syfy had the broadcast rights for the show in the first place.
Problem: they can't pay like banks can...
Plans to fine Britain's national utilities and infrastructure providers £17m for shoddy cyber security will be at the forefront of industry's mind once everyone "gets over" GDPR, peers heard at a House of Lords committee.…
Problem: they can't pay like banks can...
Plans to fine national utilities and infrastructure providers £17m for shoddy cyber security will be at the forefront of industry's mind once everyone "gets over" GDPR, peers heard at a House of Lords committee.…
5:10pm ET Update: The Falcon 9 rocket launch went off smoothly, with the second stage deploying the two gravity measuring satellites for NASA about 11 minutes after liftoff. Then, following a coast phase to a higher altitude, the second stage deployed five Iridium communications satellites. SpaceX said it "came very close" to catching the fairing, but missed again.
Maybe next time. The company's next launch from California, where the recovery boat Mr. Steven is stationed, will occur in July.
Original story: SpaceX will attempt its 10th launch of the year on Tuesday, a mission serving two different customers. The Falcon 9 rocket will carry five communications satellites for the Iridium NEXT constellation, along with two gravity-measuring satellites for NASA and the German Research Centre for Geosciences.
Extend the reach of your Wi-Fi with Comcast's new plug-in extenders.
Flaws pointed out in a review of Tesla's Model 3 have prompted Elon Musk to make changes.
Epic Games has announced it will be putting up a $100m prize fund for first year of competitive play.
Fancy micropaying for the great Geek's Guide eBook?
You were with us when we chucked our backpacks in the boot and drove up the M6 to Jodrell Bank in 2013 and five years on, you're still reading our travel series on UK locations that are covered in scientific or engineering glory.…
No notch -- just holograms. Kinda.