LG Rollable phone might not happen after all

LG Rollable phone might not happen after all

Although LG tried to start the year with a big bang, it seems that some of its boasts may have been a bit premature. After teasing what could be the world's first rollable phone, the company was suddenly rumored to be shutting down or selling off its ailing mobile business. As the rumors continue to pile up about LG's exit from the smartphone market, the fate of the LG Rollable now also hangs in the balance.

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Stardew Valley update 1.5.4 arrives on PC with many bug fixes

Stardew Valley update 1.5.4 arrives on PC with many bug fixes

Stardew Valley has received patch 1.5.4 on PC, with the same update coming soon for console players. The patch follows the major 1.5 update released in December, bringing with it a number of bug fixes, not the least of which is the whole fishing-rod-out-of-head glitch. The patch notes arrive with suitable censors on potential spoilers for players who want to be surprised.

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Tesla has slashed the price of its infotainment system update

Tesla has slashed the price of its infotainment system update

Tesla has announced a significant reduction in the infotainment system upgrade price for older Model S and Model X vehicles. The cost of the MCU1 to MCU2 retrofit is now priced at $1500, a 40 percent discount from its previous price. The upgrade brings a more advanced and smoother experience for the media control units inside the vehicles.

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Epic just dropped a bunch of cryptic Fortnite messages on Twitter

Epic just dropped a bunch of cryptic Fortnite messages on Twitter

Epic Games spent Sunday morning posting a thread of cryptic messages on the Fortnite Twitter account, ones seemingly part of the growing storyline leading us to its eventual conclusion. Players were caught off guard by the new communications, one that specifies the Fox Clan -- and, you'll likely notice, the Fortnite Twitter avatar has been changed to a fox.

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NASA’s TESS discovers a solar system with six stars

NASA’s TESS discovers a solar system with six stars

NASA's TESS has discovered a distant star system that scientist Brian Powell says exist against all odds. Powell is a data scientist at the NASA High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center. The star system in question is called TIC 168789840 and is 1900 light-years away from us.

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NASA’s Roman space telescope will be much more capable than Hubble

NASA’s Roman space telescope will be much more capable than Hubble

The Hubble space telescope has been in orbit for decades, and while still extremely useful, it's aging, and NASA is preparing to replace it. One of the key observations that the Hubble space telescope makes are images known as Hubble ultra-deep fields. The upcoming Roman space telescope will be much more capable of taking ultra deep field images than Hubble.

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Astronauts leave one place on the ISS filthy as an experiment

Astronauts leave one place on the ISS filthy as an experiment

Living in space is hazardous and requires things to be precise and Squeaky clean. Part of the tasks astronauts perform when living aboard the space station is to keep most surfaces in areas squeaky clean, but there is one area that's left filthy for science. Astronauts aboard the ISS clean every Saturday, wiping down surfaces, vacuuming, and collecting trash.

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All Boeing commercial aircraft will use biofuel exclusively by 2030

All Boeing commercial aircraft will use biofuel exclusively by 2030

Boeing has announced that it has set a target for its commercial aircraft to fly on 100 percent sustainable aviation biofuel by 2030. The move is part of Boeing's effort to reduce carbon emissions produced by its aircraft. Boeing has said that it is already conducting test flights with aircraft that have replaced petroleum-based jet fuel with pure biofuel.

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SpaceX to attempt Falcon 9 rocket launch again today

SpaceX to attempt Falcon 9 rocket launch again today

Yesterday we mentioned SpaceX was forced to scrub the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket only minutes before launch due to weather. SpaceX was quick to point out that there was no problem with the rocket or the payload. The launch was scrubbed due to a violation of the electrical field rule for a safe launch at the launch site. The launch window for the mission is open again this morning, and SpaceX will attempt the launch today.

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Facebook fixed iOS log-out issue, but some users are still having problems

Facebook fixed iOS log-out issue, but some users are still having problems

On Friday, a number of Facebook users were logged out of the platform's iOS app and weren't able to log back in using two-factor authentication. Facebook said via a tweet that it was investigating the reports, and it has since returned with an update explaining that the issue has been fixed. However, some users say they're still having problems.

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Robert Kirkman’s animated series Invincible hits Prime Video in March

Robert Kirkman’s animated series Invincible hits Prime Video in March

Adult animated series Invincible will get its first season on Amazon Prime Video with a premiere in late March, the company has announced. The show comes from Robert Kirkman, best known as co-creator of the hit zombie series The Walking Dead. Amazon says the first season of Invincible will be available for Prime Video users to stream in more than 240 countries.

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Apple VR headset – Ongoing developments and things to know

Apple VR headset – Ongoing developments and things to know

Apple has been chasing after augmented reality and virtual reality for almost a decade now, hoping to come up with a commercially feasible product that changes the way we interact with our devices and the world around us in more ways than one. The Cupertino giant planned to launch the combined VR/AR headset in 2020, but in late 2019 it was announced that the launch will be delayed to 2022 as the then developed prototype didn’t meet the quality standards at Apple – mainly due to its bulky size.

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