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Any form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban
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Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread
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Man sues Microsoft seeking new copy of Windows 7 after forced Windows 10 upgrade
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Trump Can’t Save Coal: More Capacity Closed Already in 2018 Than in Obama’s Entire First Term - “Beautiful, clean coal” is not seeing a resurgence, despite what the president claims.
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Samsung unveils world’s largest SSD with whopping 30TB of storage. It’s the most memory ever crammed into a 2.5-inch form factor — enough to store 5,700 full HD movies
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Trump Wants to Cut Funding for Clean Energy Research In Half - Meanwhile, China, India and the European Union aim to double funding for clean energy R&D.
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U.S. Copyright Office considering exemption for abandoned online games
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Bad News: the game researchers hope will 'vaccinate' public against fake news - Aim is for players to build a fake news empire, which researchers hope will expose propaganda tactics
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Facebook appears Russia’s biggest useful idiot in Vladimir Putin’s bold war
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It's past time to end the debate on whether video games trigger real-world violence. There is no evidence to support these claims that violent media and real-world violence are connected.
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Steven Seagal has a cryptocurrency now. It's bad
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Google discloses Microsoft Edge security flaw before a patch is ready. Microsoft probably won’t be happy, again
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Falcon Heavy May Have Drastically Increased The Number Of Asteroids We Can Mine
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Popular Flight Simulator company stealing Chrome passwords for "anti-piracy measures"
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The More Gender Equality, the Fewer Women in STEM A new study explores a strange paradox: In countries that empower women, they are less likely to choose math and science professions.
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Can’t get new lungs? Try refurbished ones instead.
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Deep neural networks are more accurate than humans at detecting sexual orientation from facial images
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After Florida School Shooting, Russian ‘Bot’ Army Pounced
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Swedish ISP now offers 10Gbit/s for under 40$!
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Apple updates all its operating systems to address Indian Telugu crash
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South Korean Cryptocurrency Regulator Found Dead at Home
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AI To Work Together With Humans, Collaboration To Solve Tricky Problems
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Does anyone know a good course/textbook/study guide?
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Flight-sim devs say hidden password-dump tool was used to fight pirates
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Add-on clip turns smartphone into fully operational microscope
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Windows Phone 7 and 8.0 devices will no longer receive push notifications
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When AI Steers Us Astray - A new debugging tool can pinpoint errors that cause neural networks to make mistakes
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Amazon’s Prime Rewards Visa cardholders now get 5% back at Whole Foods if they pay for Prime
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Algorithmic zoning could be the answer to cheaper housing and more equitable cities
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I just realize cellphone and internet service in US are much worse than Vietnam
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Google’s new AI algorithm predicts heart disease by looking at your eyes
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Two US grocery chains are on the verge of bankruptcy as Amazon moves in
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Unconventional superconductor may be used to create quantum computers of the future
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Connected Cars Will Run on Your Personal Data - US privacy laws aren’t keeping up.
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Exclusive: Amazon paid $90 million for camera maker's chip technology
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Tim Armstrong: People need to vote on net neutrality
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Why even a moth’s brain is smarter than an AI: A neural network that simulates the way moths recognize odors also shows how they learn so much faster than machines
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Plans drawn up for world's tallest wooden skyscraper
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APT37: Inside the Toolset of an Elite North Korean Hacker Group
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China’s Search Engine Giant Baidu Will Make Driverless Minibus by August 2018, Says Robin Li
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Trump seeks clean energy cuts, $2 billion nuclear spending boost for Energy Dept.
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The CIA secret on the ocean floor
91 aquarain SpaceX is not going to lack for customers for all of the rockets they can launch, for many years. They're not going to have to compete for launches in this $/kilo range because nobody can come close, and that opens up customers who just were locked out of space. There are numerous fine detail errors in this article. I believe SpaceX has abandoned human rating the Falcon Heavy, deferring to the BFR instead, for one. The publicity generated by launching the car definitely did get attention. A lot of business will come from this.
30 happyscrappy The author should be careful about comparing listed minimum prices to typical prices for. The total cost of a launch on a Falcon Heavy will surely be more than the minimum because you still have to pay for your upper stage (where needed to raise to/position in higher orbits). Remember, this is just the lift package and LEO circularization that the SpaceX price covers (plus of course tracking, etc.). The typical Delta price listed is for the whole flight. I'm not saying this isn't cheaper than Delta IV. It almost certainly is. But you can mess yourself up comparing the entire cost of a Delta flight to just the portions of the flight that SpaceX provides in a Falcon Heavy mission. Other thing, has anyone established what the commercial market is for lifting 64t to orbit yet? Other than military spy satellites, who wants to lift something that big?
14 aquarain The thing to think about here is that Musk's Mars mission needs money. Lots of money. And having left over rockets you can launch for essentially the cost of fuel and manpower is an opportunity to build a money engine that keeps on giving for many years. Just launching stuff into space for other people pales in comparison, where for other launchers it's the only prospect for profit. The level of thinking here is insane. There are several layers of plot and all of them lead to huge profits to pay for an even grander scheme.
3 iNum It would be nice to see a table of cost, price per kg, and max payload to LEO, GEO for Falcon Heavy full reuse, center core expended, and fully expended compared to other launchers with accurate numbers.
2 electronp Which is the point. All previous rockets were also built by private industry, but nobody cared about low-cost, since the government paid.