NASA's plan to return to the Moon with the Artemis project Return the humans to the Moon by 2024. But there are still many questions about the goal, the goals, the motivations, the project itself, NASA's current readiness and the support of Congress to move forward.
Engadgets guide to all the outdoor gear you need this summer.
good to get there. It's time to go outside and enjoy nature, whether on the way or in the garden. This week we have some gear recommendations to make it even better. If you really want to escape, we can show you how technology can help you live all-day in nature (and still keep your job) and what you need to pack in a (natural) disaster. For those who just want to enjoy the ride between home and work, we also have some treats for you.
Elon Musk's Neuralink plans to install brain-computer interfaces for humans next year.
Two years ago, we learned that Elon Musk is investing heavily in Neuralink, a company dedicated to building a device that connects the human brain to computers. Now it has revealed the "threads" and other hardware that they say can actually do the job. So far, it has been done on rats, and according to Musk, "a monkey was able to control the computer with his brain."
Thanks to a robot that gently introduces the wires near neuronal groups, it is hoped that It does not help. It only helps patients restore movement or vision, but it can potentially help humanity keep up with the AI.
The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is supplied with NFC, 1080p video and wireless charging
After decades of speculation and almost endless teasing, Chevrolet has unveiled the long-awaited mid-engine Corvette. The 2020 Stingray is scheduled to start production this year and with a starting price of less than $ 60,000 and a right-hand drive version thanks to a naturally aspirated 6.2 the "fastest 0-60 time of all Corvette beginner" L V8 engine with a Power of 495 hp.
The performance data recording / valet mode system added in 2014 has been updated for high-resolution 1080p recordings. The nose can use GPS to detect where speed bumps occur, and then automatically lift when it comes close to one. It also has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, wireless charging and NFC.
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