SpaceX has successfully launched four astronauts into orbit en route to the International Space Station (ISS) and stuck the landing with the Falcon 9’s first stage booster.
Source: Engadget – SpaceX successfully launches four astronauts into orbit for ISS rendezvous
Apple’s MacBook Air M1 is down to an all-time low price on Amazon for both the silver and space grey models with 256GB storage.
Source: Engadget – Apple’s 256GB MacBook Air M1 is down to an all-time low at Amazon
Sennheiser has rolled out a firmware update for the Ambeo soundbar, which brings Sony’s 360 Reality Audio support to the device.
Source: Engadget – Sennheiser’s Ambeo soundbar now supports Sony 360 Reality Audio
SpaceX set for its second operational Crew Dragon mission (Crew-2) to launch four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) at 5:49 AM ET today.
Source: Engadget – Watch SpaceX’s first ISS astronaut launch with a reused Falcon rocket
CD Projekt Red posted record-breaking revenue and sales numbers for the 2020 fiscal year, thanks to Cyberpunk 2077 — and despite the game’s problematic release.
Source: Engadget – CD Projekt Red made hundreds of millions on ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ despite the refunds
Snapchat continues to grow, thanks to an improved Android app and interest in its Spotlight feature.
Source: Engadget – Snapchat now has more Android users than iOS
Season three of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone kicks off today.
Source: Engadget – ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ season 3 update takes Verdansk to 1984
In an effort to make all of that chaos more manageable, Twitch is introducing threaded conversations.
Source: Engadget – Twitch is adding threaded replies to chat
Facebook missed several opportunities to crack down on the “Stop the Steal” movement that fueled the Jan. 6, insurrection at the U.S Capitol, according to an internal report obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Source: Engadget – Internal Facebook report finds the company bungled its ‘Stop the Steal’ response
The tool creates a shortcut on the taskbar that allows you to check the weather, as well as catch up on the latest news, sports scores and stock prices.
Source: Engadget – Weather and news are coming to the Windows 10 taskbar
Imagine ‘The Real World’ with social media influencers who already know each other.
Source: Engadget – Netflix recruits the Hype House’s TikTok megastars for a reality show
Modest design updates accompany the savings.
Source: Engadget – Microsoft’s Classroom Pen 2 is half the price of its predecessor
Facebook will begin surveying users about the content in their News Feeds, including whether too much political content is contributing “negative experiences.”
Source: Engadget – Facebook will ask users about ‘negative experiences’ in News Feed
They can make the switch without affecting their Google account details.
Source: Engadget – YouTube makes it easier for creators to change channel name and profile picture
Support for 1080p streaming is finally coming to Sony’s PlayStation Now service.
Source: Engadget – Sony starts rolling out 1080p support for PlayStation Now
Firewalk Studios’ first game will be a PS5 console exclusive.
Source: Engadget – Sony picks up a multiplayer game from Bungie veterans
Well, that was fast. Just one day after Sony accidentally shared an image promoting its new “PlayStation Plus Video Pass”, the company has confirmed that the feature is live and being publicly testing the feature right now. The only catch? You need to be in Poland to use it.
Source: Engadget – Sony is already testing its PlayStation Plus Video Pass in Poland
Following a test the company ran in March, Twitter users on both iOS and Android can now upload and view images at 4K.
Source: Engadget – Twitter rolls out 4K image support on Android and iOS
Google’s Fi wireless service has always been a niche option that best served owners of Google Pixels, but today the search giant is adding a more affordable unlimited data plan in hopes of making Fi more palatable to the masses.
Source: Engadget – Google’s Fi wireless service gets a new, cheaper unlimited plan
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled 600 Brompton electric bikes in US over a software bug that can cause the vehicle to unintentionally accelerate.
Source: Engadget – Brompton’s Electric bike is being recalled in the US due to an acceleration bug