ELON Musk’s Space X will be sending cannabis to the astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
The space dwellers can expect their delivery to be on a Space X Dragon capsule, which is scheduled to make its next trip in March 2020.
Musk himself may be the man behind Space X but he’s not the brains behind these weed plans.
It’s actually agri-tech company Front Range Biosciences.
Each time I’ve watched this video it’s given me chills.— Jessica Holley (@Jessica_Holley) December 10, 2019
A Desoto County mother shared this Ring video with me. Four days after the camera was installed in her daughters’ room she says someone hacked the camera & began talking to her 8-year-old daughter.
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Amazon’s Ring home security cameras are being hacked into by cybercriminals and the footage is horrifying.
In one instance, a hacker got access to an 8-year-old’s bedroom and began talking to her. “I’m your best friend,” the hacker tells the petrified little girl.
A maxed-out version of Apple’s latest desktop computer costs more than a souped-up Tesla.
The new Mac Pro released Tuesday — whose design has been likened to a giant cheese grater by tech geeks on Twitter — tops out at nearly $60,000 for customers who opt for all the bells and whistles.
By comparison, the Performance version of the Model 3 Sedan, which features a carbon-fiber spoiler and top speed of 162 mph, sells for $56,990.
The Financial Times reports that to boost the use of products from domestic technology vendors, Beijing has ordered all public institutions and government offices to remove any foreign-made computer equipment and software over the next three years. This move could have a negative effect on companies such as HP, Dell, and Microsoft which all produce software and hardware used throughout China.
The move is part of a larger effort to increase China’s reliance on domestic technologies and could add to worries of “decoupling” between U.S. business and Chinese supply chains. Washington banned U.S. firms from doing business with Chinese telecom firm Huawei earlier this year and is now investigating ways to supports its European rivals. It was recently proposed by the United States that technology sales into the U.S. from “foreign adversaries” would be investigated for national security threats.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk debuted his not-yet-released Cybertruck this weekend, stirring up attention at Malibu’s famed Nobu restaurant.
Onlookers are seen in the video taking photos of the parked car, which the valets left up front. Musk later came out of the restaurant along with curious patrons, including actor Ed Norton, to take a look at the car. Then, as Musk pulled out of the parking lot, he plowed over what appears to be a traffic cone placed by the restaurant.
SAN FRANCISCO — It’s the end of an era: Larry Page is stepping down as head of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, and Sundar Pichai will take over as CEO of both, the internet giant said in a surprise announcement Tuesday.
Google co-founders Page and Sergey Brin will continue as co-founders, shareholders and members of Alphabet’s board of directors, the company said.
The news comes as Google has been rocked by criticism from Washington lawmakers and President Trump, internal scandals and unrest within its own ranks.
Google’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced on Tuesday that they are stepping down as CEO and president, respectively, from the company they built.
Sundar Pichai will be Google’s Alphabet Inc new CEO, according to a statement from the company.Source: Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepping down as CEO and president