Stunning images show how muscles heal themselves after a workout

Exercise leaves muscles riddled with microscopic tears, so after a rigorous workout, the control centers of muscle cells — called nuclei — scoot toward these tiny injuries to help patch them up, scientists recently discovered. In the new study, published Oct. via Technology and News Today

A Long List Of What’s Allegedly Being Added To ‘Cyberpunk 2077’

CDPR is continuing to pour a massive amount of resources into fixing and adding to Cyberpunk 2077, even if we’ve only seen the surface scratched for changes made to the game so far. via Technology and News Today

I have a hard time believing your wearable is good if you had to Photoshop it onto a model

Wearable gadgets live or die on whether they’re actually comfortable to wear — it’s tough to recommend a fitness tracker that gives me a rash or a headset constantly dragging my head down. via Technology and News Today

PS5 Pro: Release date, price, specs and more rumors

Almost a year after Sony launched its cutting-edge PS5 console, chances are you’re probably still religiously checking Twitter, desperately trying to find one that’s not part of a sure-I’ll-pay-$500-more bundle. (Or an Xbox Series X. No judgments. via Technology and News Today

Apple’s October ‘Unleashed’ event: what to expect

Apple has announced an event for October 18th, with a video containing the title “Unleashed.” If you’ve been watching the rumor mill, it won’t come as a surprise — the company still has a lot of products that are expected to come out this year but haven’t shown up in an Apple keynote. via Technology and News Today

NASA launches its Lucy spacecraft to study the Jupiter Trojan asteroids

NASA’s Lucy space probe launched successfully from Cape Canaveral in Florida early Saturday, the beginning of a 12-year mission to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids. The uncrewed spacecraft lifted off at 5:34AM ET aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. via Technology and News Today

US Treasury says ransomware payouts in 2021 could top entire past decade

The ransomware business is booming this year and could be bringing in billions for some of its top players, according to a report released by the US Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN (via The Record). via Technology and News Today