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  • Arizona aerospace company plans commercial rocket launch for 2019

    Tucson-based Vector Launch has told the government it has planned a launch to test its orbital rocket for the first time next spring.
  • Here’s a sneak peek into the 2019 emoji update

    The 70 new emojis promised in the Apple iOS 12.1 update haven’t even been released yet. But the company is still considering ideas for its next round in 2019.
  • Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace reels in $1B Air Force contract

    Phoenix-based Honeywell Aerospace has been awarded a $1 billion-plus contract from the U.S. Air Force to work on support for several power systems.
  • Scottsdale middle schooler takes her science project to Washington

    A Scottsdale eighth-grader's idea for an app that helps connect organizations with group that could use food leftovers has earned her a spot in a national science competition.
  • Arizona creates wide-ranging plan to pave way for self-driving vehicles

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced the creation of the Institute for Automated Mobility, a public-private enterprise designed to safely pave the way to the future for self-driving vehicles.
  • Here are ways parents can protect kids from cybersecurity risks

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and there are various ways parents can protect their children from technological risks.
  • Should you go into debt for a new iPhone? 28M Americans say yes

    It looks like Americans are just fine with choosing an iPhone over debt. A new WalletHub study found that about 28 million people admitted the new iPhone would be worth going into debt for.
  • Infosys announces plans for new tech hub, 1,000 jobs in Arizona

    Global tech consulting firm Infosys announced Thursday it would open a technology and innovation hub in Arizona, pledging to create 1,000 jobs by 2023.
  • With eye on moon, NASA to test spacecraft parachute system in Yuma

    NASA will test the parachute system of its Orion spacecraft at the U.S. Army Proving Ground in Yuma on Wednesday morning. Orion is expected to send astronauts to the moon in the coming years.
  • Lime dockless scooters now available in Tempe

    Lime is now offering dockless, electric scooters in Tempe.