Daily Archives: July 26, 2018

Virgin’s Unity spaceship sets a new altitude record of 52 kilometers

https://arstechnica.com/?p=1349297 reader comments 50 The VSS Unity spacecraft makes a successful landing after its third powered flight. Virgin Galactic Virgin Galactic’s Third Powered Flight on July 26th 2018 Virgin Galactic The space plane reached an altitude of 52km. Virgin Galactic … Continue reading

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Watch Samsung’s “Unbreakable” OLED Panel Survive a Beating by Hammer

https://www.droid-life.com/2018/07/26/watch-samsungs-unbreakable-oled-panel-survive-a-beating-by-hammer/ Yesterday, Samsung showed off a supposedly unbreakable OLED panel for smartphones. It’s a flexible OLED with a plastic substrate, covered by a plastic cover window that allows it to bend and flex in ways that your typical glass-covered … Continue reading

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Decade-old Bluetooth flaw lets hackers steal data passing between devices

https://arstechnica.com/?p=1348969 reader comments 75 A large number of device makers is patching a serious vulnerability in the Bluetooth specification that allows attackers to intercept and tamper with data exchanged wirelessly. People who use Bluetooth to connect smartphones, computers, or other … Continue reading

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Game Studio With No Bosses Pays Everyone The Same

https://kotaku.com/game-studio-with-no-bosses-pays-everyone-the-same-1827872972 The game industry is not exactly known for valuing workers. Big studios are rife with soul-destroying crunch and end-of-project layoffs. French studio Motion Twin, developer of the Castlevania-inspired roguelike Dead Cells, is trying something different: Workers own and manage … Continue reading

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