What is SATA? Here’s everything you need to know about it

by Jon Martindale | Digital Trends

If you’ve owned a desktop PC or laptop in the past decade and a half, you can guarantee that you’ve possessed a Serial ATA (SATA) compatible piece of hardware. Whether it was a hard drive (HDD), a solid-state drive (SSD), or an optical drive, almost all of them used SATA until recently.… Continues

Top Democrats Are Trying to Stop This Man From Becoming the Next Ocasio-Cortez

by Jesse McKinley | The New York Times

(This article first appeared on June 17, 2020)

Jamaal Bowman, in Yonkers, N.Y., on April 28, 2020, has won the support of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in his effort to unseat Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.)
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Star Trek: Discovery season 3 release date, trailer, cast, and more

by Richard Edwards | Total Film Magazine

A still from Star Trek: Discovery season 3

Before the COVID pandemic, Star Trek: Discovery season 3 was rumoured to be dropping in the first half of 2020. Unfortunately, that time period has passed, and we’re left twiddling our thumbs, waiting for new Star Trek content to arrive sometime in the distant future.… Continues

Mercedes-AMG Is Putting an Electric Turbocharger Into Production

AMG is bringing Formula 1 technology to the road. This is potentially a game-changer.

BY CHRIS PERKINS | Road & Track

MERCEDES-AMG

For a few years now, Formula 1 engines have used electric turbochargers, with an electric motor attached to the shaft that connects the compressor and turbine wheels.… Continues

GM is facing ‘enormous demand’ for its 2020 C8 Corvette, and orders are so delayed some customers will get the 2021 model instead

by klee@businessinsider.com (Kristen Lee) | Business Insider

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

Chevrolet

  • Deliveries of the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette are disrupted because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
  • “We are not going to build all of the 2020 orders,” a General Motors spokesperson told the Detroit Free Press.
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‘Mr. Jones’ Film Review: Uneven Period Drama Explores Soviet Atrocities

by Steve Pond | The Wrap

Polish director Agnieszka Holland is best known for epic films that explore the inhumanity of World War II, the Oscar-nominated “Europa, Europa” and “In Darkness,” both set in German-controlled areas during the war, among them.… Continues