Month: May 2019

DEAL: Google Nest Hub for $67, Down From the Usual $129

DEAL: Google Nest Hub for $67, Down From the Usual $129

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Google Home Hub

For a limited time, massgenie is hosting a big time sale on Google Nest Hub units, the smart displays from Google that used to be called Home Hubs.

Thanks to the deal hitting its Power Deal minimum, the units are going for just $67, which is an insane mark … Read the rest

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The world’s largest airplane may be grounded after a single flight

The world’s largest airplane may be grounded after a single flight

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The aerospace company founded by Paul Allen, Stratolaunch, is closing operations according to a report by Reuters that cited anonymous sources. The company will cease its efforts to challenge traditional aerospace companies in

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NASA picks three companies to attempt Moon landings in 2020 and 2021

NASA picks three companies to attempt Moon landings in 2020 and 2021

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NASA has begun to make good on its promise to use commercial companies to help with its lunar exploration efforts.

On Friday, the space agency announced

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Power systems company to build world’s first 1 GW energy storage project in Utah

Power systems company to build world’s first 1 GW energy storage project in Utah

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Coal-fired power plant beyond a fence.

Enlarge / The Intermountain Power Project plant stands in Delta, Utah, U.S., on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. The largest coal-fired power plant in Utah plans to shutters its facility by 2025 as the company’s largest customer base, Southern California municipalities, move towards regulations limiting coal-fueled electricity. (credit: George Frey/Bloomberg

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Microsoft practically begs Windows users to fix wormable BlueKeep flaw

Microsoft practically begs Windows users to fix wormable BlueKeep flaw

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Microsoft practically begs Windows users to fix wormable BlueKeep flaw

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson)

Microsoft security officials say they are confident an exploit exists for BlueKeep, the recently patched vulnerability that has the potential to trigger self-replicating attacks as destructive as the 2017 WannaCry attack that shut down computers all over the world.

In a Blog post published late

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