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Satellites, space debris may have already brightened night skies 10% globally – and it's going to get worse
Whatever happened to researching your article's contents.
"Whatever it was – likely the rocket's second stage"
Not "whatever" or "likely", that's what it was.
"SpaceX is attempting to fix the glaring brightness of its satellites. Last year, it launched one that sported a visor to deflect sunlight."
Every batch launched for months has been visored.
Windows 10 Insider build fixes the fix it sent out to fix the fix that broke printing? Afraid not, but here's a new Notepad icon
Apple's app transparency rules: Google's privacy labels for Chrome and Search on iOS highlighted by DuckDuckGo
We can't avoid it any longer. Here's a story about the NFT mania... aka someone bought a JPEG for $69m in Ether
Huge if true: If you show people articles saying that Firefox is faster than Chrome, they'll believe it
Russia botches Twitter throttling, cripples anything with t-dot-co in the name – including Reddit, Microsoft
Privacy purists prickle at T-Mobile US plan to proffer people's personal web, app pursuits to ad promoters
UK draft legislation enshrines the right to repair in law – but don't expect your mobile to suddenly be any easier to fix
Redditor thinks they have a solution to Surface Laptop 3's overheating issues: Elastic bands and USB fans
'Screen access technology has existed for decades': Visually impaired man sues Dell over 'inaccessible' website
Re: not overly surprised
Yup, I've been on one of those sites too.
Also, just this last week, went on a well known UK supplements site to be met with a popup offering the options "Manage cookies" and "Accept". Problem being nothing happened when clicking on 'manage cookies'. Only way to close the popup was click on 'accept'
Boeing successfully flies unmanned autonomous military 'wingman' aircraft that may become pilot's buddy
AdGuard names 6,000+ web trackers that use CNAME chicanery: Feel free to feed them into your browser's filter
Japanese billionaire invites y'all to apply for an all-expenses-paid Moon trip in a SpaceX Starship – like the one that blew up today
What happens when cancel culture meets Adolf Hitler pareidolia? Amazon decides it needs a new app icon
Planespotters’ weekends turn traumatic as engine pieces fall from the sky in the Netherlands and the US
Now this is Epic: Fortnite maker takes Apple fight to the European Commission and... er... Bismarck, North Dakota
Footfallcam kerfuffle: Firm apologises, promises to fix product after viral Twitter thread, infoseccer backlash
Japan’s COVID-19 contact-tracing app hasn't warned users of encounters with carriers since September
UK Test and Trace chief Dido Harding tries to convince MPs that £14m for canned mobile app was money well spent
Re: Malware != vulnerability
Thanks for explaining what I was missing instead of just posting a smug reply. I presume Windows Defender would block this 10 year old known malware, so whilst it shouldn't have happened it's still a slight non issue (rather than the articles implication that these laptops are all sending data to Russia)
Dell CTO shares his hottest trends for 2021: Four interesting technologies, one of which is still borderline sci-fi for now
Brit infrastructure stuck in neverending restart cycle... and that's just the Microsoft 365 admin center
Re: Here we go
Nice little weasel word there - "apparently" the medical profession is shocked? Really? The majority of people are wearing masks, social distancing, washing and sanitising hands multiple times a day and higher than usual uptake of the flu vaccine. There is absolutely zero shock that flu rates are down. Again your bias is running away with you and forgetting facts and rationality.