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  2. Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters. Timely news source for technology related news with a heavy slant towards Linux and Open Source issues.

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    Slashdot is a social news website that originally billed itself as "News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters". It features news stories on science, technology, and politics that are submitted and evaluated by site users and editors. Each story has a comments section attached to it where users can add online comments. The website was founded in 1997 by Hope College students Rob Malda, also known as "CmdrTaco", and classmate Jeff Bates, also known as "Hemos". In 2012, they sold it to DHI Group, Inc.. In

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  7. Artemis: NASA's Orion Capsule Breaks Distance Record - Slashdot

    science.slashdot.org/story/22/11/29/0123230

    Posted by BeauHD on Tuesday November 29, 2022 @05:00AM from the record-breaking dept. An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: The US space agency's Orion capsule has reached a key milestone on its demonstration mission around the Moon. On Monday, it moved some 430,000km (270,000 miles) beyond the Earth -- the furthest any spacecraft ...

  8. EU Allows Smartphones During Flights - Slashdot

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    Posted by msmash on Friday November 25, 2022 @10:00PM from the closer-look dept. Within the European Union, airlines will be able to install the latest 5G technology on their aircraft, allowing passengers to use their smartphones and other connected devices just as they do on the ground. From a report: The European Commission has adapted the ...