In neither the T-Mobile nor the AT&T case, however, did the salespeople evince uncontrolled rapture. They were all extremely charming, even if the gentleman at AT&T was slightly over-excitable. So over-excitable that he admitted he had Verizon on his personal phone because the AT&T reception was so poor where he lived. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10 selling surprisingly well? I went to T-Mobile and AT&T to find out
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10 exoplanets that could host alien lifeChina's huge, alien-hunting radio telescope is finishing its testing phaseTo find intelligent alien life, humans may need to start thinking like an extraterrestrialLeonard David is the author of the book "Moon Rush: The New Space Race," published by National Geographic in May 2019. A longtime writer for Space.com, David has been reporting on the space industry for more than five decades. Follow us on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook. … [Read more...] about Ready, SETI, go: Is there a race to contact E.T.?
Neither laptop has been redesigned, but the Retina MacBook Pro picks up the new Force Touch trackpad that Apple created for the Retina MacBook. The new trackpad doesn't actually "click" the way that the trackpads in the Airs and older Pros do; to save space in the new MacBook design, Apple created a trackpad that doesn't physically move. According to iFixit, the trackpad combines four "springy mounts" with Apple's "taptic engine." These components create haptic vibrations that recreate the sensation of physical movement without actually requiring moving components (if you've ever typed on an Android phone or tablet that has haptic feedback enabled, you'll have some sense of what this feels like). … [Read more...] about iFixit’s 2015 MacBook teardowns highlight Force Touch trackpad, faster SSDs