NASA Kennedy Space Center review - Is NASA's spaceport museum worth it?
This week Cliff and Adam take a look at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. This is the place where NASA, SpaceX, and more launch rockets into space. It's also a museum dedicated to the space program, its development, how the space vehicles were built, the astronauts and engineers involved, and more. Adam spent a day there during his vacation and came away quite impressed, but is it worth the cost of admission?
Plus Vyyyper is back to talk about what kind of gear you need to get started in this industry. His answer may surprise you.
Two years late, Texas is suing Google over its Pixel 4 radio ads (Android Central)
Google made a very bad marketing decision a couple of years ago.
James Webb Space Telescope arrives at new home in space (Space.com)
Lots of neat physics are involved with this. Get ready for some gorgeous photos!
SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: Who is Winning and Why? (Slash Gear)
SlashGear breaks it all down. We have our favorite. What's yours?
Elon Musk offered $5k to remove a bot tracking his flights (Protocol)
A 19-year-old created a bot to track Elon Musk's jet. Musk asked him to shut it down.
Huawei P50 Pro, P50 Pocket launched globally: Is slick hardware enough? (Android Authority)
Huawei launched two phones with no Google and no 5G. Good luck.
iPhones will soon accept contactless payments directly, says report (Verge)
Use your iPhone as a POS terminal accepting NFC payments? Yes, please!
iOS 15.4 Beta Lets You Use Face ID With a Mask On (MacRumors)
Only took two years…Thanks, Apple.
Spotify says it will remove Neil Young's music instead of dropping Joe Rogan | Ars Technica
There was really no contest here.
r/Eli5: what are those little black dots that surround my windshield for? : explainlikeimfive (reddit.com)
The little black dots on your windshield are called frits, and they have a specific purpose.