GeForce Now comes to Chrome browsers and M1 Macs

GeForce Now comes to Chrome browsers and M1 Macs

Nvidia’s GeForce Now game streaming service has launched for the Chrome web browser and M1 Macs in beta (via XDA-Developers), bringing resource intensive games to laptops and other devices that might not have been powerful to run them on their own. We just tested out the Chrome browser version on a Mac and a Windows … Read more

After aborted SLS hot-fire test, NASA and Boeing will try, try again

After aborted SLS hot-fire test, NASA and Boeing will try, try again

NASA will make another attempt next month to test-fire its massive Space Launch System rocket after its first try was cut short, the agency said Friday night. The rocket’s 212-foot-tall core stage will try to fire its four engines for eight minutes at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. The attempt is the last milestone … Read more

Finding Ohana review: Netflix made a touching version of Goonies

Finding Ohana review: Netflix made a touching version of Goonies

Netflix has recently tried its hand at kid-tailored superhero and spy movies, so it’s fitting that its next kid-friendly adventure follows another well-worn genre: the treasure hunt. In the tradition of the 1985 treasure-hunting classic The Goonies, Finding ’Ohana follows a group of kids braving a series of dangers while seeking out a secret pirate … Read more

Elon Musk’s SpaceX violated its FAA launch license, prompting investigation

Elon Musk’s SpaceX violated its FAA launch license, prompting investigation

SpaceX’s first high-altitude test flight of its Starship rocket, which launched successfully but exploded in a botched landing attempt in December, violated the terms of its Federal Aviation Administration test license, according to two people familiar with the incident. Both the landing explosion and license violation prompted a formal investigation by the FAA, driving regulators … Read more

Facebook’s Oversight Board wants your feedback on whether the company was right to ban Trump

Facebook declares ‘emergency situation’ and removes Trump video

Facebook’s Oversight Board, the independent body empowered to review the social network’s most complex platform moderation decisions, is now accepting public comments on the company’s decision to “indefinitely” ban former President Donald Trump in the aftermath of the US Capitol attack on January 6th. The two posts in question include the one-minute video Trump posted … Read more