Legal questions linger as governments and companies keep pushing into space

The Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars is still fresh in people’s memories, privately-owned companies are ferrying people and supplies into orbit, and NASA continues to work on “the most powerful rocket” it has ever built. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/new-laws-needed-for-space-mining-exploration-sxsw-2021-194711581.html

Barnes & Noble teamed up with Lenovo for its new 10-inch Nook tablet

It’s been almost three years since Barnes & Noble debuted a Nook tablet, and there have been a lot of speculations that the company is discontinuing its tablets since then. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/barnes-noble-10-inch-nook-tablet-lenovo-april-release-130-130011971.html

The OnePlus Watch gets an early reveal ahead of March 23rd announcement

OnePlus’ long-awaited first smartwatch has made its first appearance ahead of the company’s upcoming March 23rd launch event, which is feeling increasingly irrelevant as almost every piece of news about its new product lineup trickles online in bits and pieces. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2021/3/19/22339768/oneplus-watch-image-reveal-design-leak-smartwatch-wearable