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Thursday January 27, 2022


Musk: Robots to be bigger business than Tesla cars
In an earnings call, Elon Musk talks up his plans to build humanoid robots - but what's involved?

LG Energy Solution: Battery giant jumps in market debut
LG Energy Solution is now the second most valuable company on Seoul's benchmark Kospi stock index.

Australia scientists find 'spooky' spinning object in Milky Way
Australian scientists say the spinning object is unlike anything astronomers have seen before.

What is the quantum apocalypse and should we be scared?
Security experts say a quantum computing leap could crack open all our secrets - so should we worry?

How streaming services left us with too much to watch
Multiple platforms streaming new TV shows and films risk leaving people overwhelmed by choice.

Tesla expects 50% growth despite supply chain woes
Elon Musk said 2021 was "a breakthrough year for Tesla, and for electric vehicles in general".


Wednesday January 26, 2022


NIF: US lab takes further step towards nuclear fusion goal
US physicists confirm that they have achieved a stage in nuclear fusion called "burning plasma".

Elon Musk SpaceX rocket on collision course with moon
Astronomers say that a rocket in space since 2015 is hurtling towards the Moon where it will explode.

Climate change: Key crops face major shifts as world warms
Global warming will alter the areas suitable to grow key crops like coffee, cashews and avocados.

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