• Apple One Services Bundle Will Be Launching Tomorrow

    Back in September, Apple announced that they will be putting together a subscription bundle of its various services. Dubbed Apple One, this will see Apple combine various services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, and more into different packages at different prices that customers can sign up for.

    If this sounds like something you might be interested in, it seems that the Apple One services bundle will be going live tomorrow. This is according to Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri who also stated that Apple Fitness+ will be coming later this quarter, so it looks like it won’t be launching in time with the Apple One bundle.

    For those who are hearing about this for the first time, Apple One will be offered at

  • How Humanity Spent Its First 20 Years in Orbit Aboard the ISS

    A few years before, Congress had designated the US portion of the ISS as the newest addition to the country’s national laboratories, which would be responsible for handling all non-NASA microgravity research. In 2011, NASA officials selected the nonprofit Center for Advancement of Science in Space to manage the laboratory, which has been responsible for shepherding hundreds of experiments from researchers at American universities and companies. The lab collaborates with the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health to select those experiments and flies about 50 every year.

    “We have this awesome model of a public-private partnership on this station that lends itself to organizations other than NASA who are doing things in microgravity that may not relate to space exploration,” says Ken Shields, the chief operation officer of the ISS National Laboratory. “In developing these partnerships, we now have companies that are able to do technology research

  • Mokumono Delta S electric bike review: totally untubular

    Mokumono’s electric bike is unlike any e-bike you’ve ever seen. Instead of a series of tubes, the sporty Delta S is constructed from two mirrored sheets of aluminum that are pressed into shape and welded together by a laser-wielding robot.

    It’s a manufacturing process that two 20-something-year-old Dutch twins, Tom and Bob Schiller, borrowed from carmakers. Their aim is to localize the mass production of Mokumono’s bicycle frames at home in the Netherlands instead of outsourcing it to factories in China or Taiwan. Not only does it give the brothers more control over the assembly process, but by sourcing as many parts as it can from Europe, they’re able to reduce the environmental waste created by shipping parts around the globe.

    Mokumono’s long-term goal is to use only locally made parts. It’s an ambitious and laudable target. But first, Mokumono has to prove that its very first e-bike is worth

  • Here’s everything you need to know about the terrorist attacks in France

    France has yet again witnessed another terrorist attack.

    This is the third attack in less than a month that has rocked the European nation in recent weeks.

    For those who’re not sure of what exactly happened and why the issue is heavily discussed here even in Southeast Asia, we’ve got you covered.

    First, what happened?

    Three people have been killed in Nice, France. IMAGE: AFP / New Straits Times.

    On October 30, 2020, three people were killed in a knife attack at the Basilica of Notre-Dame in Nice, France.

    A man, wielding a knife, slit the throat of one person and injured several more before he was arrested by French police.

    Two victims succumbed to their injuries at the church while another died after seeking refuge in a bar nearby the church.

    According to Nice’s mayor Christian Estrosi, the attacker kept repeating ‘Allahu Akbar’ (God is Greater)’ even while under