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NASA’s Artemis I Revives the Moonshot

“When you look at the rocket, it looks almost retro,” said Bill Nelson, the administrator of NASA. “Looks like we’re looking back toward the Saturn V. But it’s a totally different, new, highly sophisticated–more sophisticated–rocket, and spacecraft.” Artemis, powered by the Space Launch System rocket, is America’s first attempt to send astronauts to the moon …

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NTT unveils what it calls the ‘first edge and private 5G’ service

Were you unable to attend Transform 2022? Check out all of the summit sessions in our on-demand library now! Watch here. In today’s enterprise, even just a split second in latency can impact performance and access to data — and, thus, the ability to manage and immediately act on it.  But the physics and costs …

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The number of companies caught up in recent hacks keeps growing

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) In recent weeks, security provider Twilio revealed it was breached by well resourced phishers, who used their access to steal data from 163 of its customers. Security firm Group-IB, meanwhile said that the same phishers who hit Twilio breached at least 136 companies in similar advanced attacks. Three companies — Twilio-owned …

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The first private mission to Venus will have just five minutes to hunt for life 

Although later studies questioned the detection of phosphine, the initial study reignited interest in Venus. In its wake, NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) selected three new missions to travel to the planet and investigate, among other questions, whether its conditions could have supported life in the past. China and India, too, have plans …

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India says no proposal to restrict Chinese phonemakers in sub-$150 price range – TechCrunch

India is not proposing to restrict Chinese smartphone manufacturers from operating in the sub-$150 price range, a key minister said Monday, providing relief to scores of international giants in the world’s second largest handset market. Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the junior IT minister, said at a press conference that while India feels an obligation to ensure that …

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Reliance Jio, which has 421M subscribers, says it will spend $25B to launch a 5G service in October and plans to expand to "every town" in India by end of 2023 (Manish Singh/TechCrunch)

Manish Singh / TechCrunch: Reliance Jio, which has 421M subscribers, says it will spend $25B to launch a 5G service in October and plans to expand to “every town” in India by end of 2023  —  Reliance Jio Infocomm, India’s top telecom mobile operator, has earmarked a spending of $25 billion on the rollout …