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Outrageous predictions for 2022 – including a new space race, and adding 25 years to life

Denmark-based Saxo Bank has published its 10 outrageous financial predictions for 2022. Continuing almost two decades of tradition, experts at the bank have made the predictions as ‘consensus-smashing forecasts’ that would ‘send shockwaves through the markets’ – but only if they come to pass. While the group of analysts and finance fundis’ predictions are historically “speculative, […]

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Technology

Seven Ways Technology Is Impacting The Culture Space

Opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of Rolling Stone editors or publishers. As technology constantly evolves, so too do the industries on which it has a major impact. This is certainly true of the culture space, where the way customers interact with — and the way businesses […]

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Technology

IBM and Red Hat Technology Launch to Space on EnduroSat’s Shared Sat Service

– Mission to help democratize access to space May 25, 2022 Sofia, Bulgaria – May 25, 2022 — EnduroSat, leading provider of software-defined NanoSats and Space services for business and academia, announced that open source, hybrid cloud and AI technologies from IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Red Hat are part of its second mission, which is […]

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NASA space technology programs face “constraining” budget

WASHINGTON — A flat budget for NASA’s space technology programs is “very constraining” for the agency as it faces tough decisions about what efforts it can fund and at what amounts. NASA received $1.1 billion for space technology in the fiscal year 2022 omnibus spending bill passed in mid-March. That is the same amount that […]

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Internet

The internet is both a safe space and dark place in ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’

For many, being an adolescent in the ‘90s and early 2000s meant unmoderated access to the internet — especially when no one was looking. Like subscriptions to HBO and Cinemax before televisions had parental control capabilities, the family computer opened up an unfiltered world of late-night entertainment and exploration.  Jane Schoenbrun’s feature film debut, “We’re […]

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South Africa to launch three nanosatellites as part of R27 million space project

Higher Education, Science and Innovation minister Dr Blade Nzimande has announced the launch of three locally-produced nanosatellites from the US on Thursday (13 January), as part of South Africa’s new Maritime Domain Awareness Satellite (MDASat) constellation. The MDASat will be an operational constellation of nine cube satellites that will detect, identify and monitor vessels in […]

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Space technology aimed at reducing harmful carbon emissions at airports in Chicago and across US

CHICAGO (WLS) — Airlines emit about a billion tons of carbon dioxide every year. That alone makes aviation a substantial contributor to global warming, according to environmental engineers. That’s why the Federal Aviation Administration is installing NASA software at airports in Chicago, and across the country, aimed at cutting down the time planes spend taxiing […]

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Air Force Research Laboratory names new head of space science and technology efforts

WASHINGTON — The Air Force Research Laboratory has named Andrew Williams the new head of the organization’s space-related science and technology efforts, overseeing the lab’s work with the U.S. Space Force. As the deputy technology executive officer for space science and technology, or D-TEO, Williams will be the focal point of AFRL’s space activities, ensuring […]

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