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Apple News + has trouble adding subscribers since launching in March

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Since Apple launched the paid news app Apple News + in March and signed 200,000 subscribers within 48 hours, the company said it had problems attracting customers to potential customers, claiming it was 9, 99 USD per month could access over 300 top publications in categories such as news, entertainment …

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Pad Abort's success keeps Boeing's Starliner on track for launching the space station in December

Boeing's astronaut taxi remains on course for a demonstration flight in December to the International Space Station (ISS) after passing an important safety test earlier this week. On Monday (November 4), the CST-100 Starliner capsule used its emergency-stop engines to test the pad-abort test in the White Sands Missile Range US Army in New Mexico to get airborne. The technicians …

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Apple Said to Receive 16-Inch MacBook Pro Shipments This Quarter, Launching Timing Remains Unclear

DigiTimes claims that Apple is launching volume of the notebook in the fourth quarter of While it is unclear if the widespread 16-inch MacBook Pro will launch in 2019 or 2020 this year. Taiwan-based manufacturer Quanta Computer is said to be the key supplier. The 16-inch MacBook Pro will have an ultra-thin bezel design, suggesting the overall size of the …

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SpaceX President Teases Starship's Breakthrough Starlink Launching Skills

SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell released new information demonstrating the benefits of the next generation Starship carrier rocket model for delivering the company's Starlink Internet satellite constellation. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket can launch 60 Starlink missiles simultaneously, but that's only a fraction of Starship's, President Gwynne Shotwell said. "Starship can accommodate 400 satellites." https://t.co/X4pXaaOATh[19459003<-MichaelSheetz(@thesheetztweetz) October 27, 2019 According …

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Pioneering NASA asteroid mission eliminates important hurdle on the way to launching 2021

The first mission to visit a mysterious swarm of asteroids orbiting the sun on Jupiter's path has taken an important hurdle on the way to their launch in 2021. The NASA Robot Mission Lucy Mission which will visit six Trojan asteroids during its operational lifetime, passed the Critical Design Review (CDR) just announced on Friday (October 18). During the four-day …

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The United States is launching an air raid on the weapons depot as troops withdraw from Syria

On October 16, after all coalition personnel and tactical equipment had left, two Coalition F-15E successfully conducted a pre-planned precision air attack at the Lafarge Cement Plant to destroy an ammunition cache and increase the military utility of the facility reduce. "US Army Colonel Myles Caggins, a spokesman for the US-led military coalition that is fighting ISIS, confirmed this in …

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PS5 Has Improved UI That Lets You Check Game Missions, Multiplayer Without Launching

Sony continues to release new details about its next-generation console, now officially called the PlayStation 5. In an interview with Wired, the company has released the new version of PlayStation user interface. According to system architect Mark Cerny, PS5 wants a "revamped" UI that wants to make it much easier, say, see what multiplayer matches you can jump into or …

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Sony lowers PlayStation Now streaming pricing before launching Google Stadia

If Google prepares its staging streaming service for launching next month and Microsoft is launching a Project xCloud steam test this month, you'll be forgiven Forgetting this Sony has been streaming hundreds of PlayStation games over the PlayStation Now service for years. Sony is trying hard to remind you, however, and announced today that it is pricing the PlayStation Now …

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