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Flat Earth advocate dies after homemade rocket crashes

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
The saga of "Mad" Mike Hughes and his homebuilt rocket has come to a tragic end. The Flat Earth advocate died on February 22nd at the age of 64 when the chute for his steam-powered rocket detached shortly after launch, leading to a high-velocity cra...

The best GPS trackers for cats and dogs

23 February, by Wirecutter[ —]
By Nick Guy This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutters independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full guide to GPS trackers for cats and dogs...

After Math: The rule of threes

23 February, by Andrew Tarantola[ —]
While the Sonic movie was busy running rings around its box office competition last week, a mysterious triplicating pattern began to emerge across the internet among seemingly innocuous and unrelated events. Uber resumed operations in Columbia after...

KidKraft's Alexa-powered toy kitchen sizzles and tells dad jokes

23 February, by Kris Naudus[ —]
Kids love to cook — or at least to pretend to. They enjoy emulating their parents, especially when it comes to making delicious things to eat. However, our kitchen routines have changed a lot thanks to voice control technology, which isnt easi...

Porsche opens Europe's most powerful EV charging park

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Porsche just unveiled what might be your dream EV charging park -- if you happen to be swinging through eastern Germany, anyway. The automaker has opened Europes most powerful fast-charging park in Leipzig, giving visitors a dozen 350kW stations to...

Ninja's Twitter account was hijacked

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Tech giants and sports organizations arent the only ones wrestling with high-profile Twitter account hijacks. An intruder compromised the account of well-known streamer Ninja (aka Tyler Blevins) in mid-day on February 22nd, trying to use opportunit...

AI discovers antibiotic that kills even highly resistant bacteria

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
The use of AI to discover medicine appears to be paying off. MIT scientists have revealed that their AI discovered an antibiotic compound, halicin (named after 2001s HAL 9000), that can not only kill many forms of resistant bacteria but do so in a...

Netflix's first 'Transformers' teaser reveals a hopeless war

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Netflix has posted the first teaser trailer for its Transformers animated series, and its now clear just how the service will take on the robots origins. The clip for the first part of the War For Cybertron trilogy, Siege, portrays the Autobots fi...

Alphabet's Loon, telecoms unite to boost high-altitude internet

23 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Alphabets Loon just got a big boost from telecoms in its bid to provide high-altitude internet to the world. The company has partnered with several industry giants to form the HAPS Alliance, a group devoted to promoting the use of stratospheric veh...

Google's new terms of service will (hopefully) be easier to read

22 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Terms of service still tend to read like legal alphabet soup, but Google thinks it can do better. Its notifying users of a TOS change on March 31st that, among other things, should remove some of the mystery. The internet giant said its new terms...

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