This Udemy lecture, presented by Eliott Wertheimer, aims to give you a greater understanding of the current trends in spacecraft design and interstellar propulsion systems. But does it measure up? 

Google—the internet’s largest search destination—can legally profit from fraud on its platform and has little incentive to fix it. Ethics and legal amendments aside, there’s still more that we all can do to mitigate fraud on the internet.

Amazon has been under fire for how it manages Alexa voice data, and now Google is facing similar questions after a contractor gave reporters a chance to peruse customer recordings. 

The cold war between Amazon and Google began to thaw last year, but the icy relationship between the companies has been a nuisance for far too long already.

According to a new report, ICE has sought access to millions of driver’s license photos in order to search for undocumented immigrants with facial recognition technology. At least three states complied with this futuristic dragnet. 

Numerous websites and tools are available online that aim to make learning Python programming easier, but Udemy’s Python for Beginners: Complete Python Programming course doesn’t live up to its promise.

Losing three satellites in a matter of weeks doesn’t sound great, and indeed, it would be preferable if none of them failed. However, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk used a classic “underpromise and overdeliver” maneuver prior to launch.

Udemy’s Rocket Engineering and Interstellar Space Propulsion course provides a considerable amount of information on both topics crammed into a short 2.5-hour program. Although this series of lectures is quite interesting, it’s a hard course to recommend.

The latest feature to appear in a pre-release build is tracking prevention. You’ll have to tinker with the settings to turn it on, but the process should be more straightforward when the browser is done. 

How a Huawei phone and a FedEx delivery turned into an international incident.