Boeing uncrewed test flight for NASA may be delayed until August

Boeing uncrewed test flight for NASA may be delayed until August

Boeing has delayed its first uncrewed test flight under the NASA Commercial Crew program, at least according to sources claiming to have knowledge of the matter. The delay would be the latest in a long number of setbacks impacting the space agency's program. In contrast, competitor SpaceX successfully conducted its first uncrewed test flight in early March, putting it a full milestone ahead of Boeing.

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Beats wireless earphones tipped as AirPods 2 alternative

Beats wireless earphones tipped as AirPods 2 alternative

Earlier this week, Apple made a few different product announcements, first announcing a new iPad Air and iPad mini, then the next day upgrading the iMac with some new silicon. The company topped off its string of product announcements by revealing a pair of 2nd-generation AirPods on Wednesday. Even with these new AirPods out in the open, Apple may not be done launching wireless earphones, as a new rumor claims that Beats is gearing up to release a truly wireless version of its PowerBeats earphones.

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Google Stadia: 5 big questions that still need answers

Google Stadia: 5 big questions that still need answers

With a release date inside 2019, Google Stadia seems like a cloud gaming service that should be pretty much ready to launch. To that end, we've got a few unanswered questions we'd like to explore. Like what will this service cost, and at what point can I play Crysis on my device that was never, ever meant to handle such a massive processing nightmare?

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Porsche 718 hybrid sees another EV flavor join Taycan

Porsche 718 hybrid sees another EV flavor join Taycan

Porsche may be readying the all-electric Taycan sports sedan and an electric Macan crossover too, but its core sports car range won't be forgotten when it comes to electrification. Having already experimented with a prototype electric Porsche Cayman coupe, the automaker has confirmed another experiment is in the pipeline.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 revealed after 15 years of waiting

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 revealed after 15 years of waiting

15 years after it first debuted, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines is getting a sequel. Bloodlines 2 was revealed at GDC by Paradox Interactive - which now owns the rights to the tabletop RPG Bloodlines takes inspiration from - and Hardsuit Labs, which is acting as the developer on the game. After going a decade and a half without any real mention of a sequel, fans of the original were probably thinking the game would never get a follow up, which makes this announcement a pretty pleasant surprise.

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OnePlus is the Apple of Android software updates

OnePlus is the Apple of Android software updates

Remember back in early 2016 when the OnePlus 3 was first released? Those were heady days - the world was different back then. Now we're nearly 3 years into the future, and a phone that launched with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is still getting updates. It got an update from Marshmallow to Nougat, then to Oreo, now it's about to get an update to Pie. Updates for three years - isn't that supposed to be a feature reserved for the elite kings of mobile, Apple, for the iPhone alone?

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AT&T 5G E isn’t just misleading, it’s actually slower than rivals

AT&T 5G E isn’t just misleading, it’s actually slower than rivals

AT&T may have been quick to launch "5G E" branding on its subscribers' smartphones, but the network itself is nowhere near as fast. That's the conclusion one wide-reaching network test has come to, after running speed trials on AT&T's so-called 5G Evolution network that it describes as a stepping stone to true 5G.

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Huawei leaks P30 camera details before its own reveal next week

Huawei leaks P30 camera details before its own reveal next week

Next week, Huawei is set to reveal its P30 series of flagship phones at an event in Paris. That's all well and good, but there's one problem: the P30 series has been leaked to high heaven already. Even if just a portion of the leaks are accurate, we already know quite a bit about these phones. Details on the P30 series have been leaked yet again, but this time around, it's all Huawei's fault.

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You can’t have BMW’s great new crossover plug-in hybrid

You can’t have BMW’s great new crossover plug-in hybrid

BMW has a punchy new compact SUV plug-in hybrid, but the bad news is that the X1 xDrive25Le is out of reach for the US market. Headed to China, the new plug-in - which BMW bills as a "Sports Activity Vehicle" or SAV, rather than an SUV - increases all-electric range by a whopping 83-percent.

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Maybe reconsider deleting that old battery-hog app

Maybe reconsider deleting that old battery-hog app

The lengths some people will go through to avoid working a 9-5 job are just incredible. What we're seeing here today is a fraudster campaign perpetrated by an unnamed "Company X" discovered fitting itself in-between ad networks and their final target, the everyday average Android smartphone user. They did it by hiding, and they did it by draining your battery while they hid.

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Intel quietly gives up its modular Compute Card dream

Intel quietly gives up its modular Compute Card dream

Intel is quietly discontinuing its Compute Cards, the credit card-sized modular computing platform that it once positioned as the solution to laptop and all-in-one PC upgrades. The Compute Card system was first launched in 2017, each containing a processor, memory, and storage.

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PlayStation State of Play debuts next week with new game reveals

PlayStation State of Play debuts next week with new game reveals

It looks like we're headed for some PlayStation 4 reveals, as Sony has announced that a new video presentation dubbed "State of Play" will be debuting next week. Sony is playing its cards close to its chest with today's announcement, opting not to give us any clues about the games State of Play might be covering. We'll just have to tune in next week to see what Sony has up its sleeve.

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