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Star Citizen developer Chris Roberts clarifies engine change to Amazon’s Lumberyard won’t delay the game

On December 23, Star Citizen announced its 2.6 Alpha, with Star Marine (the FPS counterpart to Squadron 42, Star Citizen’s space-combat storyline), updates to Arena Commander, and a variety of other improvements and tweaks. The press release also stated that Star Citizen would shift from CryEngine to Amazon’s Lumberyard engine. The news, and its timing, […]

The supervolcano that may have killed off Europe’s Neanderthals is stirring again

The Phlegraean Fields (Italian: Campi Flegrei) are a series of craters and volcanic areas located near Naples, Italy. Like the Yellowstone caldera in the United States, the Phlegraean Fields have previously demonstrated a capacity for titanic eruptions. In antiquity, the Romans believed that the god Vulcan lived inside the Solfatara crater within the Phlegraean Fields, […]

MIT study: Driverless truck platoons will save fuel and money, especially if they tailgate

Autonomously driven trucks can save the cost of drivers. Assembling into platoons (what used to be called convoys) that depart at regular intervals raises scheduling efficiency. Truck platoons that are closely bunched for aerodynamic efficiency can save up to 20% on fuel costs. This is all according to new research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. […]

Latest MH370 report identifies new area for search, but Australia isn’t interested

Researchers and scientists at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) have released two reports that identify a new search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Last month, we published an extensive update on how the search has evolved and the current state of the […]

How will cars, car tech, and clean air fare under the Trump presidency?

Donald Trump’s election as president has wide-ranging implications for the auto and tech industries — just as it has for, say, the military, higher education, coastal cities subject to flooding, pregnant women, minorities, blue collar workers, and Wall Street. Automakers are nervous as the president-designate blasted US-headquartered companies for building factories in Mexico, while auto […]

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