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Past articles by Dave:

The Things That Matter From Apple’s Spring 2022 Event

In March 2022, Apple announced a new iPhone SE (3rd gen) and iPad Air (5th gen), plus a new desktop, the Mac Studio, and a matching monitor, the Studio Display. → Read More

NASA’s Hubble telescope fiasco gives China a huge opportunity

NASA is no closer to figuring out what went wrong earlier in June, which is bad news for the telescope, which is the only one currently capable of visible light. → Read More

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope woes reveal an even bigger flaw

NASA is scrambling to get the Hubble Space Telescope back online after a computer glitch that could leave NASA without a good successor. → Read More

SpaceX: Space Force partnership kicks off a new chapter for the Falcon 9

By using a reusable booster, the newest branch of the military signals openness to this cornerstone of Elon Musk's rocketry company. → Read More

NASA is going back to Venus after 30 years for an apocalyptic reason

Two missions, VERITAS and DAVINCI+, will study the hellish planet to piece together its climate past, look for volcanoes, and see if it was ever habitable. → Read More

Webb Telescope launch date delayed: Everything you need to know

The James Webb Space Telescope may finally actually launch into orbit. Here's everything you need to know, from launch date to how it works. → Read More

China's ambitious space station: The complete guide

The Tiangong station represents the third phase of China’s crewed space program: Where is the space station? How long will it be under construction, and why it's being built: Here's your complete guide. → Read More

How much does a ticket on Blue Origin cost? Jeff Bezos reveals new details

Jeff Bezos could send you to space. Blue Origin, the Amazon founder’s aerospace company, announced Wednesday that it will auction off a single seat aboard its New Shepard rocket for a July 20 launch to space. → Read More

Can Boeing rally to beat SpaceX? Why the Starliner won't be counted out

NASA first signed Boeing onto its commercial crew program in 2010 with an $18 million award, which furthered initial development of the spacecraft. But Boeing is getting closer to sending astronauts to the ISS. The company expects to conduct its second uncrewed test flight in August or September 2021, and then crewed flights shortly after. → Read More

SpaceX’s Inspiration4 mission: Launch date, crew, mission details for the historic journey

After its second successful mission sending astronauts to the International Space Station, SpaceX has shown it can reliably bring people into Earth’s orbit. And by the end of September, Elon Musk’s space firm will likely have flown civilian passengers to low-Earth orbit via the Inspiration4 mission. → Read More

SpaceX Starship just took a huge new step towards its galactic destination

The FAA approved Elon Musk’s SpaceX to conduct three more Starship tests. Here’s why that’s a big deal. → Read More

SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: How Elon Musk beat Jeff Bezos to the moon

Here’s what NASA’s Artemis contract means for two of the biggest players in the private space race. → Read More

SpaceX Crew-2: One NASA experiment could redefine how we explore deep space

A new experiment in solar sail technology will take flight thanks to the SpaceX Crew-2 mission. → Read More

NASA’s InSight crisis reveals the most difficult part of exploring Mars

NASA as a long history of under promising and overdelivering. But sometimes, space robots go wrong. → Read More

SpaceX Crew-2 launch date, astronauts, and return for the NASA ISS mission

The spacecraft that proved SpaceX could ferry astronauts to the International Space Station, will make another trip into Earth’s orbit later this month. → Read More

Blue Origin test flight livestream, launch site, start time for mission NS-15

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is inching closer to launching its first humans into space. Here's everything to know about the latest test flight. → Read More

Clear Conquered U.S. Airports. Now It Wants to Own Your Entire Digital Identity.

The coronavirus pandemic was spreading, and both airlines and passengers were caught unprepared. Most of the world, including the United States, began turning away foreign visitors, not wanting to… → Read More

Infrared Cameras Could Be the New CCTV

Thermal imaging company FLIR found itself in a rut this February. The company reported lower revenue than expected for the fourth quarter of 2019, causing a sell-off that cratered its stock by nearly… → Read More

We Mapped How the Coronavirus Is Driving New Surveillance Programs Around the World

In an attempt to stem the tide of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 25 governments around the world have instituted temporary or indefinite efforts to single out infected individuals or maintain… → Read More

A Microsoft Employee Literally Wrote Washington’s Facial Recognition Legislation

Plus, live facial recognition updates and the week’s A.I. research → Read More