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Astronauts chipped the 3.9-billion-year-old rock off of a lunar boulder back in 1972.
The model still trails the competition in range on paper, but this should help narrow the real-world gap even further.
The catch is that you have to bring your own motorcycle (and a pile of cash).
No Time To Die has been pushed back to later in 2021,
The company's fourth quarter was strong, but Intel will rely on outside chip manufacturers in coming years.
Jurcyzk, who has a long history with NASA, takes over from former administrator Jim Bridenstine.
The president is expected to name a permanent chair to the agency at a later date.
The Pico chip is available now for pairing with Raspberry Pi mini computers.
A Seattle federal court rejects Parler's request for an order requiring Amazon Web Services to reinstate the social media platform.
Unlike its passenger van, you don't need to subscribe to this one.
The Durango SRT Hellcat is a one-year special, and they're all spoken for.
Smile, Mars, you're on camera.
The SUV's latest prices likely reflect the model's growing popularity.
No more excuses; start using Bitwarden or LastPass today. The identity you save could be your own. The money definitely will be.
Arguably the best-sounding smart display, the Link View, equipped with Google Assistant, is now only $90.
This three-row utility vehicle is on the receiving end of what should be a rather significant refresh.
Crisp, vibrant shots and a great zoom. The S21 Ultra is a superb camera phone.
The former president's account will remain blocked while the board makes its judgement.
Buick's designers finally dumped the dowdiness, crafting a stylish new utility vehicle with plenty of upscale features.
The study not only revealed how well Tesla owners think of the company, but revealed that brand loyalty is a tough battle even for EVs.