Elon Musk, 1000 Starship in 20 years for Mars

The CEO of SpaceX Elon Musk has deepened the timing and requirements of vehicles not only to achieve Mars, but to create one sustainable basis on the Red Planet that can become a real one city, also supporting the future local population. This is the long-term vision for Musk: make humans an interplanetary species. Musk also spoke about timing and costs, responding to fans on Twitter, with solutions that perhaps could be too ambitious. read more

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NASA opens the moon capsule after almost 50 years

NASA scientists have opened a pristine rock and soil sample from the moon returned to Earth from the mission Apollo 17, an event that never happened in over 40 years, that is the opening of the capsule containing a pristine rock sample e regolith of the Apollo era. The American Space Agency has decided to let its researchers exercise in view of future missions, especially for the Artemis project, which will culminate with the sending of a crew to our satellite. read more

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Internet, 50 years ago the first broadcast on the ARPANET

They passed exactly 50 years from the first message transmitted between two computers, one from the University of California, in Los Angeles, and those from the Stanford Research Institute, near San Francisco. For this there is theInternet Day, to celebrate that "spark" that basically changed the world. In fact, that experiment was only half successful: the word "login" had to be transmitted, but after sending the "l" and the "o" the system stopped. read more

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iOS 13 on 55% of the devices of the last 4 years

iOS 13, Apple's new operating system for iPhone and iPod Touch, has already reached the 55% of all compatible devices produced in the last four years. It is the same Cupertino company that confirms this, on the page dedicated to App Store developers. A fact that underlines, once again, the almost absence of fragmentation in the bitten apple ecosystem. read more

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Mike Ybarra greets Microsoft after 20 years

Microsoft loses a very important piece of its gaming division. Mike Ybarra, Corporate Vice President of Xbox Live, announced its farewell to the company after 20 years of loyalty. The sensational news was given directly by the interested party through his account on Twitter. Ybarra, within the message, wanted to thank the Team Xbox for his work and the players for their support. read more

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Google, calculation for 10 thousand years solved in 3 minutes

Apparently, Google he would build a quantum computer more powerful than the best supercomputers in the world. An article within the company seems to have been temporarily leaked online in recent days, as reported by the Financial Times, and stated that the quantum computer processor has allowed an incredible calculation to be made in just over 3 minutes. In fact, this calculation would require 10 thousand years on the IBM Summit, the world's most powerful commercial computer, according to BigG. read more

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