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Virgin Orbit: Sir Richard Branson's rocket company lays off 85% of staff
Virgin Orbit will cease operations for the foreseeable future, according to media reports.
BBC News - Technology (less than an hour ago)

Friend or foe: Can computer coders trust ChatGPT?
The artificial intelligence ChatGPT can write computer code, but its help comes with many potential problems.
BBC News - Technology (3 hours ago)

Virgin Orbit officially shutters its space launch operations
Virgin Orbit's days of slinging satellites into space aboard aircraft-launched rockets have come to an end Thursday. After six years in business, Virgin's satellite launch subsidiary has announced via SEC filing that it does not have the funding to continue operations and will be shuttering for "the foreseeable future," per CNBC. Nearly 90 percent of Virgin Orbit's employees -- 675 people in total -- will be laid off immediately.Virgin Orbit was founded in 2017 for the purpose of developing and commercializin...
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of ever... (3 hours ago)

Trump's Indictment Marks a Historic Reckoning
A Manhattan grand jury has issued the first-ever indictment of a former US president. Buckle up for whatever happens next.
Wired (5 hours ago)

E3 2023 has been canceled
Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft and other major players in the game industry have all confirmed that they would have no presence on the E3 2023 show floor. Now the event itself won't happen at all.According to IGN, the Entertainment Software Association has begun notifying members that while the show "remains a beloved event and brand," the plans for E3 2023 "simply did not garner the sustained interest necessary to execute it in a way that would showcase the size, strength and impact our industry." News on #E...
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of ever... (6 hours ago)

NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4070 will reportedly cost $599
RTX 40-series graphics card prices may soon come down to Earth... if ever so slightly. VideoCardzsources claim NVIDIA will price the standard GeForce RTX 4070 at $599. That's decidedly more affordable than the $799 RTX 4070 Ti, but just as much as the RTX 3070 Ti from 2021. The days of paying $500 or less for an x070 GPU are over, apparently.You may get more for your money than any 3070 card, at least. The GeForce RTX 4070 will reportedly have the same 5,888 CUDA core count as the regular 3070 and a narrowe...
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of ever... (6 hours ago)

12 Best Deals: Phones, Headphones, and Video Games
Pixel smartphones, PlayStation titles, and even Apple's spendy AirPods Max are all on sale right now.
Wired (7 hours ago)

The 13 Best Movies on HBO Max Right Now
From Goodfellas to The Banshees of Inisherin, here are our favorite movies on the streaming service.
Wired (8 hours ago)

Audible is now testing ads in your audiobooks for some reason
Amazon-owned Audible has started putting ads in audiobooks, potentially indicating a sea change within the industry. The company says it is "conducting limited testing" on a select user base with the advertisements and that this step is currently reserved for non-paying members, giving them "ad-supported access to a limited set" of titles. For now at least, paying subscribers seem immune to the change.The ads pop up while listening to traditional audiobooks, podcasts and Audible original content. The compan...
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of ever... (8 hours ago)

Paramount+ orders new Star Trek series set at Starfleet Academy
Paramount+ is ordering a new Star Trek series set in one of the franchise's most iconic locations. Star Trek: Starfleet Academy will follow a new class of recruits at the San Francisco training facility as they grapple with friends, rivalries, first loves and "a new enemy that threatens both the Academy and the Federation itself." Production is scheduled to begin in 2024.With Picard and Discovery winding down, the network is apparently looking to a teen / young adult coming-of-age story to invite a new gene...
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of ever... (8 hours ago)

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