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NASA 3D Prints First Rocket Part Composed of Two Metals

22 September, by Ryan Whitwam[ —]
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Using an advanced laser printing method, the agency has produced a bi-metallic rocket igniter that really works.

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The iPhone 8 Debuts to Weak Demand, Uncertain Interest

22 September, by Joel Hruska[ —]
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Apple's new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus went on sale today, to a muted, lukewarm response. The long lines that have characterized previous Apple launches were nowhere in evidence.

The post The iPhone 8 Debuts to Weak Demand, Uncertain Interest appeared first on ExtremeTech.


CCleaner Infection More Severe Than Thought, Targeted Microsoft, Google, Samsung

22 September, by Joel Hruska[ —]
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The CCleaner attack is worse than originally thought, and multiple major companies may have been infected.

The post CCleaner Infection More Severe Than Thought, Targeted Microsoft, Google, Samsung appeared first on ExtremeTech.


Doom Arrives on the Switch to Positive Previews, Early Acclaim

22 September, by Joel Hruska[ —]

Doom is coming to the Nintendo Switch, and the early previews are quite positive.

The post Doom Arrives on the Switch to Positive Previews, Early Acclaim appeared first on ExtremeTech.


Custom AMD Vega Boards Reportedly Delayed By Technical Issues

22 September, by Joel Hruska[ —]
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56

Board partners are reportedly having yield and design issues with AMD's Vega that could delay the launch of custom GPUs.

The post Custom AMD Vega Boards Reportedly Delayed By Technical Issues appeared first on ExtremeTech.


Phones, Retinal Scans Could Soon Replace Your Car Keys

22 September, by Bill Howard[ —]
Gentex Retinal Scan

Your wireless car key never leaves your pocket anyway, so why not let your phone start the car, BMW suggests. NFC cards would be backups. Gentex wants you to look at the inside mirror and iris scanner to authenticate yourself before the car starts.

The post Phones, Retinal Scans Could Soon Replace Your Car Keys appeared first on ExtremeTech.


Hubble Discovers a New Type of Asteroid

22 September, by Ryan Whitwam[ —]
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Astronomers thought Body 288P was just rare, but it's actually a new type of object never before seen.

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AMD Will Use ‘New’ GlobalFoundries 12nm Node for Future CPUs, GPUs

22 September, by Joel Hruska[ —]
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GlobalFoundries has announced a new 12nm node, and AMD is planning to use it starting in 2018.

The post AMD Will Use ‘New’ GlobalFoundries 12nm Node for Future CPUs, GPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.


SpaceX Satellite Broadband Network May Be Called ‘Starlink’

21 September, by Ryan Whitwam[ —]
SpaceX Falcon 9 launch

The space firm headed by Elon Musk is working on plans for a satellite network that provides broadband internet access.

The post SpaceX Satellite Broadband Network May Be Called ‘Starlink’ appeared first on ExtremeTech.


Nikon D850 Field-Tested: Possibly the Best DSLR Ever

21 September, by David Cardinal[ —]
Nikon D850

While the Nikon D850 is not the fastest, or the highest-resolution, DSLR ever made, its combination of solid performance and stunning image quality makes it one of the best ever. I've been shooting with one since the day it came out, and so far I'm very pleased.

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