It wouldn’t have happened without software: An image of an astronaut walking on the moon, with elements furnished by NASA. Credit: Getty GETTY Given the avalanche of media coverage this past week celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, if you didn’t know before, you surely now know that intense competition (with the
One of the best third-party peripheral manufacturers has something new. 8BitDo, which makes some of my favorite retro-style gamepads, is releasing an update for the 8BitDo Pro. It is calling this new device the 8BitDo Pro+, and the company says it is its “most advanced controller” ever. 8BitDo is taking orders for the Pro+, and it begins shipping
Boeing Co.’s 737 Max may stay grounded until early 2020 as the company seeks to fix its hazardous flight-control software, the Wall Street Journal reported. The plane is expected to start flying again in January 2020 “under the latest scenario,” the Wall Street Journal said, citing unidentified sources within the Federal Aviation Administration and pilot-union leaders. The situation is “fluid”
Following the 2016 presidential election, states like Pennsylvania indicated that they would be working to upgrade their voting machines to allay security concerns. A new report from the Associate Press reveals that while counties across the United States have purchased new equipment, many of machines are running outdated software that could still be vulnerable to hackers. At the heart of
Do you want to try out and test new software programs, but don’t want a potentially risky program harming your current Windows environment? You need a way to safely isolate such programs so they can’t interfere with the rest of Windows. For that, you can turn to Windows Sandbox, which Microsoft introduced with the Windows 10
On the rooftop terrace of the five-star Hotel U Prince, Pavel Baudis surveys the city he’s lived in for most of his 59 years. Over his shoulder is Prague’s tourist-heavy town square and the grand gothic spires of the Church of Our Lady before Týn; in front of him stand serried ranks of ochre rooftops.