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Announcing TNS Event Hub

I’m happy to announce that I’m launching The Tech News Source Event Hub: a new centralized location for all my coverage of the large tech conferences. TNS Event Hub is at events.thetechnewssource.com The site is still a work in progress so theming and formatting aren’t final. I’ve posted my coverage of this year’s CES there but navigation isn’t set properly so just find the post here. Continue reading Announcing TNS Event Hub

This Week In Tech – October 24, 2021

This week has been super busy in the tech industry, Apple, Google and, Samsung all held hardware announcement events. Apple Event At their event on Monday, Apple announced details about their new pro-tier Mac chips. They also announced new upgraded Macbook Pros. Some of the highlights are the return of the ports Apple removed from Macbooks in 2016 and MagSafe. Made By Google 2021 During their annual Made by Google event, Google announced the next generation of Pixel phones. The Pixel 6 & 6 Pro will for the first time have Google’s in-house built Tensor SoC. Both devices get a … Continue reading This Week In Tech – October 24, 2021

October 2021 – Apple Event

1 both 254 ppi calculate the resolution yourself. This week is going to be busy on this site as there was also a Google Pixel event today (Tuesday) and will be a Samsung event tomorrow. I aslo plan to resume This Week In Tech articles this week, I’ve been really busy with school work and I go on break next week so I’ll have some time to focus on the site and redevelop my routine for working on more posts. Continue reading October 2021 – Apple Event

WWDC 2021

This week Apple is holding their annual developers’ conference WWDC, and the keynote (where they make most of the significant consumer announcements) was on Monday. They announced details about this year’s versions of each of their OSs and a few other things during the keynote. iOS FaceTime The thing that got the most attention during the iOS section of the keynote was FaceTime. IOS 15 FaceTime will start looking like a more conventional video communication platform because of features such as grid view and the ability to generate links to and schedule calls. The most prominent FaceTime feature announced was … Continue reading WWDC 2021

SpaceX Crew-2 Launch

On April 23rd, 2021 at 5:49 am, lifted off on a Falcon 9 numbered B1061.2 and in Crew Dragon C206.2, named Endeavour by astronauts Bob Benkhen and Doug Hurley. This was the first mission ever to use a previously flown booster and a previously flown capsule, being the first company ever to reuse both of the most vital components of the rocket.  The crew of four consists of two American astronauts, Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, one ESA astronaut, Thomas Pesquet, and one JAXA astronaut, Akihido Hoshide. This is the second spaceflight for Megan McArthur and Thomas Pesquet, and the … Continue reading SpaceX Crew-2 Launch

Soyuz MS-17 Return

On Saturday, April 17th at 12:55 am, the Soyuz MS-17 capsule touched down on the steps of Kazakhstan after a 6 month long mission to the International Space Station. This is the second capsule in a flurry of four manned capsule events happening at the International Space Station, which started with MS-18’s launch and continued to this mission. The capsule brought down two cosmonauts, Sergey Rhyzikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, and one NASA astronaut, Kate Rubins. Rhyzikov and Rubins were on their second missions while Kud-Sverchkov was on his first.  All events all the way down to landing went off without … Continue reading Soyuz MS-17 Return