SpaceX to cap transitional year with launch, poised for big things in 2020

Ready to go to GTO — Fairing reuse, Starlink trains, and Starship testing marked big moments in 2019. Eric Berger – Dec 16, 2019 3:15 pm UTC Enlarge / The Falcon 9 rocket launching Monday has flown twice previously, including this July launch to the International Space Station.SpaceX7:20pm ET Monday Update: SpaceX launched its 13th…

The security and privacy issues that come with the Internet of Things

This is a preview of The Internet of Things Report from Insider Intelligence.Purchase this report.Insider Intelligence offers even more technology coverage with Connectivity & Tech Pro. Subscribe today to receive industry-changing connectivity news and analysis to your inbox. Business Insider Intelligence The Internet of Things is connecting more devices every day, and we’re headed for…

6 things we want to see in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

The giant, money-printing machine called Star Wars isn’t even close to finished, but The Rise of Skywalker’s release on Dec. 20 will cap off the story that series creator George Lucas started more than 40 years ago. What are you hoping to see? That’s the question we’ve been asking ourselves around Mashable Entertainment headquarters. The…

10 things in tech you need to know today

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5G won’t change everything, or at least probably not your things

Enlarge / Artist’s impression of millimeter-wave 5G speeds.Aurich Lawson / GettyThe long-touted fifth generation of wireless communications is not magic. We’re sorry if unending hype over the world-changing possibilities of 5G has led you to expect otherwise. But the next generation in mobile broadband will still have to obey the current generation of the laws…