Cheyenne MacDonald, Input

Cheyenne MacDonald


The Bronx, NY, United States

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Past articles by Cheyenne:

'Euphoria' is the best thing that's happened to Tumblr since porn

I said what I said. → Read More

This Mars rover engineer’s debut album is pure space-rock bliss

Recording under the name Proud Father, Brendan Chamberlain-Simon channeled his NASA day job experiences into “The View of Earth from Mars.” → Read More

These abhorrent images from Parler show why Apple upheld its ban on the app

Images obtained by Input reveal the vile content that still proliferates on the conservative social media app two months after its ban. → Read More

Apple tells Parler it has 24 hours to clean house or be removed

In an email obtained by Input, Apple has warned the social network to rework its moderation policies if it wants to avoid a ban. → Read More

Uh, guys, I think we’re all trapped in a B horror movie

The world today is shaping up to be a lot more Chopping Mall than Blade Runner. → Read More

Laser reflectors headed to Mars will transform exploration

Low-maintenance and high-precision — a match made in heaven. → Read More

A global race to film a movie in orbit is the last thing the world needs right now

What do SpaceX, Tom Cruise, and Russia have in common? → Read More

We're obsessed with Bugsnax for all the wrong reasons

From the team that brought you Octodad: Dadliest Catch, it's VeggieTales meets Human Centipede meets Dora the Explorer meets The Fly... the game. → Read More

The band behind a black metal 'Dark Souls' song reimagines the genre in MIDI

Black metal fans hate it. The band, Buzz Lightyear, couldn't be happier. → Read More

Brace yourself for another wave of scams promising COVID-19 cures

Researchers identified two waves of misinformation that have occurred since the outbreak began, and they say another has begun to materialize. → Read More

How to fight racial injustice whether or not you can protest

All the resources you need to use the internet effectively amid nationwide protests over the murder of George Floyd. → Read More

NASA reveals TWO asteroids will fly right through 'Earth's neighborhood' starting tonight

Asteroid 2010 C01 will pass by just before midnight on Friday followed by 2000 QW7 on Saturday evening. NASA says they'll pass by safely at about 3.5 million miles away. → Read More

Scientists discover giant balloon-like structures at the center of the Milky Way

An international team using the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) MeerKAT telescope says it's detected a pair of huge bubbles, appearing like a massive hourglass. → Read More

iPhone 11 is here: Apple unveils new handset in SIX colors, Series 5 Watch, and 7th-gen iPad

Apple kicked off its fall event today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PDT) from the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California , where it's expected to introduce the iPhone 11, Max and Pro models. → Read More

A breathalyzer for WEED may be on the way

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have unveiled a breathalyzer device they say can measure levels of THC - weed's dominant psychoactive compound - in the breath. → Read More

Apple Music comes to web browsers for the first time

Apple launched on Thurs. Only subscribers will have full access to full songs and features of the site, but users who don't log-in will still be able to listen to previews. → Read More

Facebook launches $10 million Deepfake Detection Challenge to fight deceptive videos

Facebook, Microsoft, and the Partnership on AI have now teamed up with researchers from a slew of US universities to launch the Deepfake Detection Challenge. → Read More

Monkeys can combine sounds of different meanings to make calls more specific

A study led by MIT linguists argues that some monkeys can form sequences with two distinct speech items, for example a warning about a predator accompanied by a command to run. → Read More

Facebook will now show pop-ups with links to educational sites for vaccine-related searches

Searches for 'vaccine' and similar phrases will be accompanied by a pop-up connecting you to either the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website or that of the World Health Organization. → Read More

Hayabusa2 packs up its samples as it prepares for homecoming

According to JAXA Hayabusa2 successfully stored its sample catcher on Monday, making the coveted capsule 'ready for Earth return.' But, it'll still be another year before the probe heads back. → Read More