Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Raleigh’s expanded Motus e-bike line offers more power and range

How does a veteran bicycle maker like Raleigh survive an increasingly crowded e-bike market? By promising more oomph, apparently. The company has revamped its...

Don’t blame SpaceX for that rocket on a collision course with...

This past January, astronomer Bill Gray said that the upper stage of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket would collide with the Moon sometime in...

NASA’s JPL appoints its first female director

NASA isn't just interested in putting more women in space. The agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has appointed Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Dr. Laurie Leshin as...

Amazon workers in Staten Island reach union vote threshold

Workers at JFK8, an Amazon Fulfillment Center in Staten Island, New York, have reportedly collected enough signatures to proceed with a union election vote....

NASA celebrates private sector deployments of space-born tech in its latest...

NASA’s Spinoff magazine is one of the things I look forward to reading every year. The space agency’s research trickles down to the rest...

GM aims to use hydrogen fuel cells for mobile power generators

Automakers have been pursuing the dream of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles for decades — who wouldn't want a car that runs on renewable hydrogen...

Google and Ford want to bring small radar to more devices

Radar might soon find its way into more personal technology than Google's phones and smart speakers. 9to5Google notes Google, Ford and four other partners...

Moen’s latest faucet can be controlled entirely with gestures

Moen has pulled back the curtain on its latest faucet, and it's one that you can control without touching at all. The Smart Faucet...

Scientists find unexpected trove of life forms beneath Antarctic ice shelf

A team of researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany has discovered a whopping 77 seafloor-dwelling species beneath an Antarctica ice shelf —...

James Webb Space Telescope’s fuel expected to last more than 10...

Following the revolutionary and successful launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST, into space on Christmas day, NASA announced some unexpected news...