Europe’s major satellite players line up to build Starlink competitor
The bid includes large players such as Airbus Defence and Space, Eutelsat, and SES.
This Brazilian frog might be the first pollinating amphibian known to science
The creamy fruit and nectar-rich flowers of the milk fruit tree are irresistible to Xenohyla truncata, a tree frog native to Brazil. On warm nights, the dusky-colored frogs take to the trees en masse, jostling one another for a chance to nibble the fruit and slurp the nectar.
These New Yorkers Want to Stop Landlords From Using Facial Recognition
At a raucous city council hearing, lawmakers and activists alike argued in favor of bills banning biometric tech in residential buildings and large venues.
Europeans drain billions from banks, fed up with shrinking savings
European savers are pulling more of their money from banks, looking for a better deal as lenders resist paying up to hold on to deposits some feel they can currently live without.
How companies use dark patterns to keep you subscribed
Unsubscribing should be easy. It’s not.
The beginning of the end of the password
We’ve begun rolling out support for passkeys across Google Accounts on all major platforms as an additional option that people can use to sign in.