Apple Inc. launched its first iPhones with 5G wireless speeds a few months ago. Now it’s looking to start work on sixth-generation cellular connectivity, or 6G, indicating it wants to be a leader in the technology rather than relying on other companies.
Apple hiring engineers to develop 6G wireless
A NASA rover streaked through the orange Martian sky and landed on the planet Thursday, accomplishing the riskiest step yet in an epic quest to bring back rocks that could answer whether life ever existed on Mars.
NASA rover lands on Mars to look for signs of ancient life
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has inaugurated four major metals and trade projects across the country as his government presses ahead with plans to diversify the economy away from oil revenues.
Iran launches $300m worth of metals, trade projects
The latest generation of smartphones, 5G, can interfere with aircraft altitude instruments, the French Directorate General for Civil Aviation warned Tuesday as it recommended they should be turned off during flight.
5G phones may interfere with aircraft: French regulator
The American space agency said its Perseverance rover is lined up perfectly for its landing on Mars.
NASA’s Perseverance rover heading for a bull’s-eye landing
Daimler AG unit Torc Robotics said on Wednesday it has selected Amazon’s cloud computing division to handle huge amounts of data in real time as it prepares to test self-driving test trucks in New Mexico and Virginia.
Daimler's Torc Robotics picks Amazon as cloud provider for self-driving trucks
The way that the songs of fin whales echo back from the seabed could become a useful tool for scientists studying the sediment and rock that make up Earth's crust, according to new research carried out in the northeast Pacific Ocean.
Haunting music of whale song is an ocean of untapped seismic data, scientists say
Most of the world’s planned hydrogen projects and the biggest chunk of related investments this decade are expected to be in Europe, an industry report said on Wednesday, as the continent races to scale up the low-carbon fuel to meet climate goals.
Europe pulls ahead in race for hydrogen, as global project pipeline grows: Report
Associating climate change, normally connected with roasting heat, with an unusual winter storm that has crippled swaths of Texas and brought freezing temperatures across the southern US can seem counterintuitive. But scientists say there is evidence that the rapid heating of the Arctic can help push frigid air from the North Pole much further south, possibly to the US-Mexico border.
Heating Arctic may be to blame for snowstorms in Texas, scientists argue

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