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Top Tech Stories of the Week – November 29th, 2020

  • Uber completes $2.65 billion Postmates acquisition | TheHill | Link
  • China’s Chang’e-5 Moon mission probe touches down – BBC News | Link
  • Arecibo telescope collapses, ending 57-year run | Science | AAAS | Link
  • HPE is relocating headquarters to Houston from California | Link
  • China becomes second nation to plant flag on the Moon – BBC News | Link
  • Hayabusa2 mission lands the first subsurface asteroid sample on Earth – CNN | Link
  • Chang’e-5: China’s unmanned moon probe delivers samples to orbiting spacecraft | Science | The Guardian | Link
  • SpaceX aborts Starship SN8 prototype test launch at last second | Space | Link
  • Uber sells its flying taxi business to Joby Aviation | Link
  • AT&T Selling Crunchyroll to Sony’s Funimation for $1.175 Billion – VarietyAT&T Selling Crunchyroll to Sony’s Funimation for $1.175 Billion – Variety | Link
  • SpaceX Starship SN8 explodes on landing after test flight | Science | The Guardian | Link
  • NASA announces Artemis astronauts to fly to the moon | Link
  • Disney+ is getting a price hike (and tons of new Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar content) | What Hi-Fi? | Link
  • Warner to drop its 2021 films on HBO Max and theaters at the same time | Link
  • Amazon launches “Made for You” program offering custom t-shirts — Quartz | Link
  • Amazon unveils flat-panel customer terminal for Kuiper constellation – SpaceNews | Link
  • U.S. adds Chinese drone company DJI to economic blacklist | Reuters | Link
  • Microsoft, FireEye confirm SolarWinds supply chain attack | ZDNet | Link
  • Google antitrust: the lawsuits just keep coming – CNN | Link
  • China National Space Administration outlines future mission plans – SlashGear | Link
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