iPhone 13 leaks may reveal three new colors Apple will add this year

iPhone 13 leaks may reveal three new colors Apple will add this year

dWeb.News Article from Yoni Heisler dWeb.News Tech News Apple in recent years has thankfully shown more of a willingness to experiment with varying iPhone colors. Suffice it to say, the days when you could only choose between a white or black iPhone model are mercifully nothing but a memory at this point. What’s more, Apple…

Our Three “Hour” Tour

Our Three “Hour” Tour

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News By Ken Buesseler, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution /NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN/ For those of us who grew up watching Gilligan’s Island, we all know the fateful story of the “three-hour tour.”  Well, as this oceanographer knows, that TV storm is not that different from the weather we are facing out…

New MacBook Pro announcement reportedly coming at WWDC 2021

New MacBook Pro announcement reportedly coming at WWDC 2021

dWeb.News Article from Chris Smith dWeb.News Tech News Apple is widely expected to announce the high-end 2021 MacBook Pro models at some point soon, although leakers are split on the notebooks’ actual in-store launch. Some reports say the redesigned MacBook Pros will be launch in the summer, while others claim the laptops might be available…

‘Lazy’ AI: UW researchers find that tech can misdiagnose COVID-19 by taking shortcuts

‘Lazy’ AI: UW researchers find that tech can misdiagnose COVID-19 by taking shortcuts

dWeb.News Article from Laurel Deppen dWeb.News Tech News Left to right: University of Washington researchers Alex DeGrave, Su-In Lee and Joseph Janizek. (University of Washington Photo) The future use of artificial intelligence in medical contexts could be beneficial in improving efficiency, but a new University of Washington research study published in Nature found that AI…

Two in five women turn to Google over their gynecologist for health advice

Two in five women turn to Google over their gynecologist for health advice

dWeb.News Article from DigitalHubUSA dWeb.News Tech News By Allison Sadlier // SWNS NEWS COPY W/ VIDEO + INFOGRAPHIC   One in ten women aged 24-34 has never been to a gynecologist.    That’s according to new research which found that 12% have never once been even though their first visit should have happened between 13-15…

Dragon Separates from Falcon 9

Dragon Separates from Falcon 9

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News The Falcon 9 rocket’s second stage separates from the uncrewed Dragon spacecraft as Dragon continues on its journey to the International Space Station on the company’s 22nd commercial resupply services mission. In this view are the first two of six new solar arrays bound for the orbiting laboratory. The…

Dragon Separates from Falcon 9

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News The uncrewed Dragon spacecraft has separated from the second stage of the Falcon 9 rocket, continuing on its solo journey to the International Space Station to deliver crew supplies, vehicle hardware, and critical materials to support multiple science and research investigations that will take place aboard the orbiting laboratory….

SpaceX provides a ride to the space station for ‘kidney on a chip’ and new solar arrays

SpaceX provides a ride to the space station for ‘kidney on a chip’ and new solar arrays

dWeb.News Article from Alan Boyle dWeb.News Tech News SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off, carrying supplies and science experiments into space. (SpaceX via YouTube) SpaceX launched a Dragon cargo capsule to the International Space Station today with more than 7,300 pounds of supplies and science, including an experiment from the University of Washington that takes…

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: The Drug Price Dilemma

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: The Drug Price Dilemma

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. You can also listen on on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts or wherever you listen to podcasts. The high cost of prescription drugs is among consumers’ top health policy issues, according to public opinion polls. And it’s one of the…

Falcon 9 First Stage Lands!

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News The Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage sticks the landing, touching down on the “Of Course I still Love You” droneship in the Atlantic Ocean. Today’s launch marks the first flight of this Falcon 9 rocket, and the next time it flies will be on SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission in the…

Coming Up: Liftoff of SpaceX’s 22nd Cargo Resupply Mission

Coming Up: Liftoff of SpaceX’s 22nd Cargo Resupply Mission

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News An up-close view of the Dragon spacecraft atop SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket at Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A in Florida ahead of the company’s 22nd commercial resupply services launch to the International Space Station. Liftoff is targeted for June 3, 2021, at 1:29 p.m. EDT. Photo credit: NASA…

Live Countdown Coverage Begins for SpaceX’s 22nd Resupply Services Mission

Live Countdown Coverage Begins for SpaceX’s 22nd Resupply Services Mission

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft stand ready for liftoff at NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A for SpaceX’s 22nd commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station. Launch is targeted for 1:29 p.m. EDT. Photo credit: NASA Hello, and good afternoon from NASA’s Kennedy…

Bill Gates’ TerraPower will build its first next-gen nuclear reactor in Wyoming

Bill Gates’ TerraPower will build its first next-gen nuclear reactor in Wyoming

dWeb.News Article from Lisa Stiffler dWeb.News Tech News TerraPower’s lab tests the equipment and processes for next-generation nuclear reactors. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota) TerraPower, PacifiCorp and Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon announced plans on Wednesday to build a next-generation nuclear power plant on the site of one of the state’s retiring coal plants. The demonstration…

A safe return to schools

A safe return to schools

dWeb.News Article from dWeb.News Tech News In the weeks following the full re-opening of schools, COVID-19 outbreaks linked to school settings and cases among school age cohorts have remained low and broadly reflected what is happening in the wider community. As 9 million pupils across the country returned to face-to-face education in March, we saw…