Welcome to Edition 3.34 of the Rocket Report! I apologize for the unplanned hiatus last week. The Rocket Report's Houston-based author lacked power until Wednesday night amidst a massive winter storm and had no reliable Internet until Friday afternoon. We still had no hot water at our house, but at least we're no longer freezing. We're back just in time to spew all manner of spicy launch news this week. As always, Ars welcomes reader submissions , and if you don't want to miss an issue, please subscribe using the box below (the form will not appear on AMP-enabled versions of the site). Each report will include information on small-, medium-, and heavy-lift rockets as well as a quick look ahead at the next three launches on the calendar. KSLV-2 rocket on track for 2022 launch . As part of its budget for 2021 space activities, South Korea will spend $553 million for satellites, rockets, and other equipment. SpaceNews reports this funding will keep the country's development of … [Read more...] about Rocket Report: Cornwall says “LOL, no” to space tourism, Korean rocket on track
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Ransomware: Why industrial networks make an appealing target for cyber extortion Watch Now More hacking groups than ever before are targeting industrial environments as cyber attackers attempt to infiltrate the networks of companies providing vital services, including electric power, water, oil and gas, and manufacturing. Threats include cyber-criminal groups looking to steal information or encrypt systems with ransomware , as well as nation-state-backed hacking operations attempting to determine the potential disruption they could cause with cyberattacks against operational technology (OT). More on privacy Microsoft to apply California's privacy law for all US users Mind-reading technology: The security and privacy threats ahead How to replace each Google service with a more privacy-friendly alternative Cyber security 101: Protect your privacy from hackers, spies, and the government According to cybersecurity researchers at Dragos , … [Read more...] about These four new hacking groups are targeting critical infrastructure, warns security company
The Pokémon Go Community Day is a reoccurring, monthly event highlighting a specific Pokémon that encourages players to get out and play together worldwide. Each event will see increased spawns of the Pokémon for a limited time, and give them an exclusive Community Day move for their final evolution - and several other bonuses you can take advantage of during the event itself. This page features not only the next Community Day date and time and highlighted Pokémon, but also a Community Day list of all previous events and their respective exclusive moves. On this page: What is Community Day in Pokémon Go? Pokémon Go's next Community Day: March times and date explained How to prepare for Pokémon Go Community Day Pokémon Go Community Day list: All exclusive moves list and how they work What is Community Day in Pokémon Go? Community Day takes place on one weekend day every month and lasts a total of six hours. As well as increasing spawns of the … [Read more...] about Pokémon Go Community Day list: March 2021 time and date, plus all previous Community Day Pokémon and moves listed
Kindly Share This Story: Two self-made South Korean billionaires have pledged in as many weeks to give away half their fortunes –- a rarity in a country where business is dominated by family-controlled conglomerates and charity often begins and ends at home. Kim Beom-su, the founder of South Korea’s biggest messaging app KakaoTalk, announced this month he will donate more than half his estimated $9.6 billion assets to try to “solve social issues”. Shortly afterwards, Kim Bong-jin of food-delivery app Woowa Brothers and his wife, Bomi Sul, became the first South Koreans to sign the Giving Pledge. The philanthropic initiative was set up by Bill and Melinda Gates, alongside Warren Buffett, for billionaires to give away at least half their wealth. Both Kims contrast with most of South Korea’s ultra-wealthy, who are largely descendants of the founders of the chaebol, the sprawling, usually family-run conglomerates that powered the country’s post-war … [Read more...] about Self-made South Korean billionaires promise to give half away
Home Four wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Updated: Friday, February 26, 2021, 18:46 [IST] The Volkswagen Virtus has been spotted doing its latest round of testing in the Indian market a couple of times. The German automaker could be testing the sedan model for its compatibility in our country roads, which will help with research and development. However, According to the latest report by Autocar India , the Volkswagen Vitrus has been spotted testing once again in India. The Volkswagen Virtus uses the brand's famous MQB platform. As a result, the Indian market will not be getting the same sedan model. The platform will undergo heavy localization to suit the Indian market. The new sedan is expected to borrow its design inspiration from the Volkswagen Virtus along with the features list as well. This includes LED lighting, strong shoulder line, front fascia and alloy wheels; among others. On the inside, … [Read more...] about Volkswagen Vitrus Spotted Testing Once Again In India: Here Are All The Details!