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The Los Alamos National lab Is Studying Methods of Deflecting Asteroids

The Los Alamos National Lab is studying how to deflect asteroids out of their orbital paths by crashing a spacecraft into it. This testing is being done to learn how to prevent an asteroid strike against Earth. A spacecraft named DART will be tested on asteroid Didymoon to ...

Here Is the Metro Exodus - Weapons Trailer

4A Games has released a new Metro Exodus trailer that highlights the weapons system in the game. It shows how handmade guns of post-apocalyptic Russia can be altered with modifications to suit the user's preferences. Metro Exodus has a February 15, 2019 release date on Xbox One, PlayStation ...

Waymo Expands Its Self-Driving Vehicle Operations in Michigan

Waymo has chosen to expand its vehicle integration operations in Southeast Michigan. The Alphabet subsidiary seeks to work with OEM partners to integrate its self-driving systems into their vehicle platforms. Private investments into the project are expected to generate $13.6 million and create 100 jobs with the potential ...

Criminals are Using Fortnite to Launder Money

Last week, The Independent published a report on how criminals are allegedly using Fortnite to launder money. More specifically, some criminals are using dirty money from stolen credit cards to buy V-bucks in bulk, which they then turn around and sell on 3rd party websites. Given the sheer size of ...

Motorola Patent Hints at a Fullscreen Razr

91Mobie reports that Motorola has filed a patent for a smartphone with a foldable display. As was predicted by a report from the Wall Street Journal last week, the phone in the patent clearly resembles Motorola's iconic RAZR V3 flip phone, but with a few key differences. Instead of a ...

Online Casino Group Leaks User Information

Last year, an exposed ElasticSearch server reportedly leaked data on nearly 57 Million U.S. citizens. ElasticSearch servers aren't supposed to be exposed to the web, especially if they don't have a password, and the security researcher warned that exposed servers like that are a significant issue. This week, he was ...

The Division 2: A Technical Discussion with the Developers

Ubisoft Technical Director Calle Lejdfors has been interviewed by PC Games Hardware (PCGH) where he discusses the technical aspects of The Division 2. He talks about how the development team used GPS and LIDAR to map Washington, D.C. for maximum realism, why DX12 will again be the best choice ...

Google Slapped With $57 Million GDPR Fine

According to a press release from CNIL, France's data protection authority, Google was just hit with a 50 Million Euro (or $57 Million USD) fine for "lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding the ads personalization." The organization says that Google's advertising information is "not easily ...

AMD Matisse Zen 2 Processors Revealed in AIDA64 Extreme Beta Patch Notes

The latest beta for AIDA64 Extreme has added support for AMD Matisse Zen 2 processors which are fabricated on a TSMC 7 nm process. Support for the identification of DDR4-5700, DDR4-5800 memory modules has been added according to the release notes. Komachi on Twitter noticed the listing this ...

RGB LED SSDs are Good for Gaming

Do RGB LEDs on your SSD make gaming better? Apparently, the answer is yes, because Digitimes says that gamers are buying them by the boatload. More specifically, in what is supposedly a noticeable boost to LED manufacturers, their sources claim that "about 5% of gaming SSD modules are equipped with ...

Valve Increases the Usability of Proton in the Latest Steam Client Beta

The Linux PC gaming community received a nice surprise with the release of the latest Steam Client Beta. Steam Play now works on non-Steam game shortcuts which allows Linux PC gamers to use Proton to play games from other services. For example, the author of the article was ...

Tesla Rolls Back Charging Station Price Hikes

Last week, after Tesla ended their free Supercharging program, they raised charging prices around the world to "better reflect differences in local electricity costs and site usage." That change apparently caused quite a stir, as Elektrek's own article on the subject had over 1190 comments, while other arguments raged across ...