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Charles Darwin's full correspondence is now available online

You now have your chance to explore most of Charles Darwin's personal writing. The University of Cambridge has published all of the evolutionary scientist's surviving correspondence online, including 400 letters that have...

Hubble spots colliding galaxies in a spectacular dance

Hubble is still providing dramatic pictures of the universe despite the arrival of the James Webb Space Telescope. NASA and the ESA have released a Hubble image of Arp-Madore 417-391, a strange...

Tesla recalls over 80,000 cars in China due to software and seat belt flaws

Tesla is having a particularly lousy week. The Wall Street Journal reports the EV manufacturer has recalled a total of 80,561 cars in China over software and seat belt problems. Battery management...

Mercedes' new EV innovation is a paywall on your car's performance

Tesla isn't the only car brand asking you to pay extra to unlock your car's existing capabilities. As The Verge observes, Mercedes has introduced a $1,200 per year "Acceleration Increase" subscription that...

CD Projekt Red shows off The Witcher 3's 'next-gen update' ahead of launch

CD Projekt Red has finally shared a gameplay trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's imminent "next-gen" update, and it's largely what you'd hope for. The overhauled action role-playing game looks better...

New York's crypto mining restrictions are the first in the nation

Cryptocurrency mining companies hoping to set up shop in New York State may bump into some limits. Governor Kathy Hochul has signed legislation restricting crypto mining in the country, making it the...

Moog's holiday deals include a free new effects plugin

Moog's holiday promos this year include a particularly nice perk: a freebie. The synthesizer pioneer has released a free new MF-109S Saturator add-on (shown above) for all Moogerfooger Effects Plugins users. As...

Netflix is making a 'AAA PC game' at its new studio

Netflix's new in-house game teams may be particularly ambitious. Mobilegamer.biz spotted a job listing the company posted for a director in Los Angeles who would lead work on a "brand-new AAA PC...

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