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* SpaceX Starship Launch and Landing Platforms & Construction Updates, Starlink & Mars Rover Updates >>
* Engadget Podcast: WTF are NFTs? >>
* ST40 tokamak progress update – March 2021 >>
* Video Friday: A Walking, Wheeling Quadruped >>

* Who Would Kidnap a Space Telescope? ‘‘We hope pirates don’t take it,” >>
* Canoo’s New Electric Pickup Inverts Cybertruck’s Design Aesthetic >>
* A virtual Bluetooth virus spread between SMARTPHONES ‘could help us track Covid-19 more accurately’, study claims >>

* HBO Max will debut an ad-supported tier in June >>
* Low-Cost Drones Learn Precise Control Over Suspended Loads >>
* Matrix-like wearable device turns the body into a BATTERY by tapping into a user’s internal heat that is transformed into electricity >>
* Fortnite maker Epic unveils its MetaHuman Creator that designs lifelike, 3D digital characters who move and speak like real people >>

* Hackers Accessed Security Cameras Inside Tesla and Beyond >>
* New possible: How HR can help build the organization of the future >>

* Meet Gen C, the Covid generation >>
* End of Silicon Valley as We Know It? >>

* Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 13) >>
* Week in Apps: Parler denied App Store re-entry, Walmart doubles down on TikTok live shopping, Instagram Lite rolls out worldwide >>
* Pro Sports COVID-19 Sensors Trace Rise of Ultra-Wideband Tech >>

* WATCH: NASA talk Ingenuity Helicopter on Mars! – Livestream >>
* Economic Boom From Faster and Cheaper Movement of Goods >>

* FTL: Thoughts on a New Paper by Erik Lentz >>
* Giant Magellan Telescope’s 6th Mirror has Just Been Cast. One More to Go >>

* “Underwater Roombas” are sucking up decades of human waste in the Pacific >>
* 17 Reasons to Let the Economic Optimism Begin >>
* Blue Origin, NASA plan to create moon-like gravity inside the New Shepard rocket by spinning it 11 times per minute >>
* Disney World will let you use your phone instead of a MagicBand >>

* LG is Cramming Ads Everywhere It Can On its TVs >>
* ‘Crash Bandicoot 4’ comes to PC on March 26th >>
* Will the coronavirus ever go away? >>

* Cancer patients less protected after first Covid vaccine jab >>
* Netflix is testing a crackdown on password sharing after years of letting people get away with not paying >>

* Huawei P50’s camera bump looks absolutely ridiculous (according to renders) >>
* The Microsoft Exchange hack shows attackers are working ‘smarter, not harder,’ experts say >>
* Rare, close-up video shows a B-2 stealth bomber preparing for takeoff >>

* How to Achieve Blameless Retrospectives Post Go-Live >>
* Protecting Red Hat OpenShift Container-Based Applications with Cloud-Native Backup and Recovery >>
* Hands-on at home with Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 >>

* Facebook is using AI to understand videos and create new products >>
* ServiceNow updates Now Platform with new low-code tooling >>
* Critical Pre-Auth RCE Flaw Found in F5 Big-IP Platform — Patch ASAP! >>

* Build Your Own Voice Recognition Model with Tensorflow >>
* Why I Didn’t Open-Source My Second SaaS >>
* Microsoft Open Sources the Power Fx Language for Customizing Logic in Low-Code Apps >>

* TED Salon: 4 lessons the pandemic taught us about work, life and balance >>
* How Discord Could Disrupt Social Media >>
* The Divide: Upstream’s Kostas Kastanis on offering ‘free’ Internet in Africa >>

* Europe’s ‘digital compass’ points to more homemade chips >>
* Toyota tries putting the Apple Car back in its box >>

* Conflict with China will be on land, not just at sea: US general >>
* Turkey’s Lake Salda may hold clues to life on Mars as Nasa’s Perseverance rover continues mission >>

* Amazon quietly opens its eleventh Fresh store, reportedly plans 28 more >>
* How Amazon’s S3 jumpstarted the cloud revolution >>
* 36th America’s Cup Day 3 Highlights >>

* CRISPR screen unveils new clues to the cause of uncontrolled cell division in cancer >>
* FAA’s final drone rules start taking effect April 21st >>

* Chrome 89 Increases Desktop Memory Efficiency With PartitionAlloc >>
* Friday March 12, 2021: Deep Fake Zoom >>
* book | the Social Singularity >>
* With This CAD for Genomes, You Can Design New Organisms >>

* AI helps assess pain levels in people with sickle cell disease >>
* Bessemer’s 2021 cloud report provides context for soaring software startup valuations >>
* NZ-made breath test may pick up virus ‘within minutes’ >>

* IBM AI finds new peptides – paving the way to better drug design >>
* Google Maps now lets you draw missing roads and add real-time photo updates >>
* Robotics roundup: Surgical, food delivery, ocean mapping and the return of an adorable friend >>

* Our Virtual Pandemic Year: The pandemic has showed how much we need technology, and its limits. >>
* Escaping Technology Stagnation and Reaching True Technology Acceleration >>
* Future Happening Now – Trillions in Flying Cars, Quantum Computers, EVs >>

* Gravity and Radiation Will Not Be Problems on Mars, Moon or Orbital Space Colonies >>
* Gravity Loops in Space and Comfortable Sleeper Cars >>
* First to Orbit ? SpaceX Starship, Blue Origin New Glenn or ULA SLS >>

* Comets Already Grow a Coma out in the Kuiper Belt >>
* Alcubierre Gives us an Update on his Ideas About Warp Drives >>
* China and Russia Will Be Partners in a Lunar Research Station >>

* Defendant Has Driver’s License Suspended, Shows Up In Zoom Court Session In Car >>
* World Nature Photographer of the Year >>
* Vaccination is going well in Chile. Why not its neighbours? >>

* William Shatner to celebrate 90th birthday with ‘Star Trek’ event >>
* Fantastic Analysis of SN-10 Landing and Explosion by Scott Manley >>
* Retail speaks: Seven imperatives for the industry >>
* Virtual reality headsets for work ‘could snowball’ >>

* The US Navy put stealth destroyer Zumwalt to the test by sailing it into a very rough storm with waves as high as 20 feet >>
* A new fitness-focused hotel chain will have nutritionists, gyms, classes, outdoor activities, and a ‘recovery lab’ >>

* Nano-engineered sponge could soak up oil spills in cold Arctic waters >>
* So What Can People Actually Do after Being Vaccinated? >>
* Hyperloop steps closer to reality as Chicago-Cleveland route unveils world’s first 16ft safety valve that closes off sections of track for maintenance while keeping tubes pressurized for cars >>

* AI can stop the cybersickness some people get when using VR headsets >>
* Covid-19 news: Antibody therapy cut severe covid-19 by 85 per cent >>
* Sodium-Ion Batteries Poised to Pick Off Large-Scale Lithium-Ion Applications >>

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