Parker Solar Probe of NASA Makes 20th Close Approach to the Sun

This incredible accomplishment highlights the probe’s sturdy construction and the careful preparation that went into its mission to discover the sun’s outer atmosphere. 2018 saw the launch of the Parker Solar Probe, which is still pushing the envelope in solar exploration and supplying priceless data Continue Reading

Samsung Verifies Vital Details of the Galaxy Unpacked Event

Samsung will unveil its most anticipated goods for the second half of the year at its most recent Galaxy Unpacked presentation next week. In order to give the community access to the most recent hardware and software announcements from the South Korean corporation, the company Continue Reading

First Polaris Dawn Mission from SpaceX is Scheduled to Launch After July 30

Polaris Dawn, the first commercial spacewalk mission, has stated that it will launch no sooner than July 31, 2024, therefore it appears to be back on track. The four-person crew of the Dragon spacecraft is expected to go farther from Earth than any mission in Continue Reading

Novel Protein Target for Alzheimer’s Therapy Is Studied

Heparan-sulfate-modified proteins, or proteoglycans (HSPGs), may be a useful early-stage target for novel treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, according to research led by Pennsylvania State University. Up to seven million Americans suffer with Alzheimer’s disease, a neurological condition that is steadily on the rise. The majority Continue Reading

NASAHoping to Repair Starliner Spacecraft, Delaying Astronaut Return

At the International Space Station (ISS), two American astronauts are experiencing delays as engineers work to resolve issues with Boeing’s Starliner aircraft. NASA, the American space agency, and Boeing are working together on the Starliner project. On June 6, the capsule reached the ISS. It Continue Reading

Boeing Plans to Repurchase Spirit AeroSystems for Billions of Dollars in Order to Address Safety Concerns

In an effort to stabilize its supply chain after a turbulent year, Boeing said on Monday that it will reassert Spirit AeroSystems as a supplier. Spirit’s net debt plus the aerospace giant’s purchase price of around $8.3 billion, or $37.25 per share, will be paid. Continue Reading

New iOS 18 Beta on Apple iPhone Features the Largest-Ever Messages Update

The Messages app on the iPhone will see significant changes as part of the iOS upgrade, which engineers claim is the “biggest-ever.” Additionally, it appears that you can view those changes immediately if you’ve registered for the latest iOS developer beta. After Apple published the Continue Reading

Apple is About to Provide Improved Support for Third-Party iPhone Batteries and Displays

Today, Apple is refocusing its efforts on repairability. Customers in 32 countries now have a simpler way to test products for potential problems thanks to the company’s extension of its self-service diagnostics tool to Europe. The fact that Apple has released a new whitepaper titled Continue Reading

A Joint Venture with Volkswagen Provides Rivian with a $5 Billion Lifeline

As manufacturers of all sizes reevaluate their approaches in a stalling electric-vehicle industry, Rivian Automotive Inc. will receive a much-needed cash infusion through a new cooperation with Volkswagen AG. Plans for a joint venture between the firms were unveiled, with VW contributing an initial $1 Continue Reading

Google Drive, Slides, Docs, and Other Apps are now Receiving the Gemini Side Panel

Gemini AI is being added by Google to a few more locations on its various goods and services. The business declared that the Workspace apps—Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drive, and Gmail—now have the Gemini AI side panel generally available. You may summarize, evaluate, and create content Continue Reading