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Recent damage to the Arecibo telescope could keep it offline for months

By arecibo observatory, damage, engadget, nasa, News, nsf, puerto rico, radio telescope, repair, Research, science, space, tomorrow, ucf

It could take several months to repair the recent damage to Arecibo Observatory, SpaceNews reports. During a NASA meeting earlier this week, Lindley Johnson, director of NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office, said the massive radio tele…

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Samsung offers at-home Galaxy S20 trials to mitigate impact of coronavirus

By China, coronavirus, engadget, foldable, gear, home, medicine, Mobile, repair, Samsung, services, South Korea, thebuyersguide, visit

As the spread of coronavirus continues to keep people in quarantine and threaten promotional tech events, companies in Asia gearing up for low sales — but Samsung’s new home visit service aims to mitigate some of this fall out. Reuters reports that…

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NASA backs demo that will 3D-print spacecraft parts in orbit

By 3d printer, 3d-printing, archinaut one, engadget, gear, made in space, nasa, repair, Robotics, robots, science, space, spacecraft, spaceflight, video

NASA is expanding its efforts to bring 3D printing to space. The agency has given Made In Space a $73.3 million contract to demonstrate the ability to 3D-print spacecraft parts in orbit using Archinaut One (shown above), a robotic manufacturi…

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Apple says T2 chip can limit third-party repairs for recent Macs

By apple, computer, engadget, gear, imacpro, macbookair, macbookpro, macmini, personal computing, personalcomputing, repair, righttorepair, Security, t2

Yes, the reports were true — Apple’s T2 chip can potentially restrict third-party Mac repairs. The company confirmed to The Verge that the co-processor can limit third-party repairs for certain components on recent systems, likely including the iMac…

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Google and uBreakiFix provide free Pixel repairs to hurricane victims

By engadget, gear, google, hurricaneflorence, Mobile, pixel, pixel2, pixel2xl, pixelxl, repair, repairs, smartphone, ubreakifix

If you own one of Google’s Pixel phones and it fell victim to Hurricane Florence, relief might be at hand. Google is partnering with uBreakiFix to offer free repairs for any Pixel phone damaged in the storm So long as you can visit one of uBreakiFi…

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Samsung offers in-person service for Galaxy phones in the US

By engadget, galaxynote5, galaxynote8, galaxys6, galaxys7, galaxys8, galaxys9, gear, Mobile, repair, Samsung, samsungcare, smartphone, ubreakifix, warranty

Ask iPhone owners why they remain loyal and they’ll likely cite convenient support as one reason: they can walk into an Apple Store and get a prompt fix that’s rarely available for other devices. Samsung is taking steps to level the playing field, ho…

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Samsung offers in-person service for Galaxy phones in the US

By engadget, galaxynote5, galaxynote8, galaxys6, galaxys7, galaxys8, galaxys9, gear, Mobile, repair, Samsung, samsungcare, smartphone, ubreakifix, warranty

Ask iPhone owners why they remain loyal and they’ll likely cite convenient support as one reason: they can walk into an Apple Store and get a prompt fix that’s rarely available for other devices. Samsung is taking steps to level the playing field, ho…

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Honda will use targeted Facebook videos to encourage recall repairs

By airbag, automobile, engadget, facebook, gear, honda, Internet, mercedes-benz, psa, recall, repair, services, subaru, takata, tesla, Transportation, vehicle, video

As the Takata airbag recall — the largest ever US auto recall — continues, Honda has been looking for new ways to reach customers who haven’t yet brought in their vehicles for repair. And the company’s next move, as Reuters reports, is to target Ho…

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