Reviews for Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame,” have dropped ahead of this weekend’s finale for the series and we have only the absolutely spoiler-free reviews, in case you need every reason to get along..
With that in mind, click if you dare:
Bonus: A brave CNET reporter is currently watching all 59 hours of Marvel MCU movies, and there’s a video check-in at the 9-hour stage.
The Mars InSight lander has sent back a piece of a puzzle that creates a whole new branch of science: interplanetary earthquakes have likely been detected.
Marsquakes might match Moonquakes:
🌕 Controversial Huawei P30 Pro ‘Moon Mode’ poses a new ethical dilemma for photos: should AI enhance our snaps? (AA). Huawei is yet to comment but this being discovered in this way makes the whole thing fishy as anything.
🔨 iFixit has some educated guesses as to why the Galaxy Fold is so fragile: the big ol’ gap lets in dust and other particles too easily (AA).
🔢 From OnePlus 6T to OnePlus One: A week with a 5-year-old phone (AA).
🔋 Solid-state battery — the successor to Li-ion — takes another step closer to our smartphones (AA).
🍎 Tim Cook wants you to put down your iPhone: “What it has done for me personally is I’ve gone in and gutted the number of notifications,” Cook said.” (TechCrunch).
🍏 Also, Apple is responding to all the negative butterfly keyboard problems, launches a repair program for faulty MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards (MacRumors).
🖥 Intel’s new processors: laptop chips hit 5GHz, plus 9th Gen CPUs for desktops (PC World).
💻 Here are new gaming laptops that pack the latest Intel processors and NVIDIA hardware (Engadget).
🚗 Here’s Bloomberg smacking down a bunch of Elon Musk’s claims about Tesla’s leadership in processor hardware, LIDAR, and more (Bloomberg).
✈ Google spin-off Wing has been approved to fly its autonomous drones in the US, receiving the first Air Carrier Certification from the FAA for drones. A real coup for wing, and beats out rivals from Amazon and others (Wing).
📦 “I sell Onions on the Internet,” a fun and simple read about Vidalia Onions (Deep South Ventures).
☘ The history of Vanilla (National Geographic).
🚶♂️ Since 1966 Japan has had Precision Walking competitions (Shuudan Koudou), and it’s mesmerizing (r/mirroring).
🤔 “Gamers of Reddit, what gaming experience will you never forget and why?” (r/gaming).
A keen amateur scientist delivers answers on what you’ve always wanted to know: how do you cool down coffee fast?
Have a great Wednesday,
Tristan Rayner, Senior Editor.
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