Boeing will send Starliner on one other uncrewed check flight

“The Boeing Company is honored to be a provider for the Commercial Crew mission. We are committed to the safety of the men and women who design, build and ultimately will fly on the Starliner just as we have on every crewed mission to space. We have chosen to refly our Orbital Flight Test to…


NASCAR driver ‘rage quits’ esports bustle

With real-life race events canceled, drivers have taken their talents to esports and unsurprisingly, the usual conflicts have followed. On Sunday during the Food City Showdown from Bristol Motor Speedway in a race that was airing on Fox, Bubba Wallace and Clint Bowyer got together on lap 11, spinning Bowyer out and putting W


Sony’s Noise-Canceling Wirefree Earbuds Are on Sale For $189

Need some new headphones? Sony’s WF-1000XM3 wirefree, noise-canceling earbuds ( 9/10 WIRED Recommends) are currently on sale for $189 ($40 off). That’s one of the best deals we’ve seen on these very nice earbuds.As senior writer Adrienne So noted in her review, the worst part of these premium earbuds is the tongue-tripping name. They’re also…


Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Evaluate: Flying High

Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook is everything you’d expect from the maker of some of the nicest Android phones on the market: premium hardware, custom adapted to the needs of this device. The fanless design is one-of-a-kind, with the chipset inside, and the close integration with the software makes for a smoother user experience than most Chromebooks.Unfortunately,…


This Plot Exhibits the World Spread of Zero-Day Hacking Tactics

So-called zero-day exploits—hacking techniques that take advantage of secret software flaws—were once the calling card of only the most sophisticated hackers. But today, the global map of zero-day hacking has expanded far beyond the United States, Russia, and China, as more countries than ever buy themselves a spot on it.The security and intelligence firm FireEye…