Iran's space launch Thursday failed to put its three payloads into orbit after the rocket was unable to reach the required speed, a defense ministry spokesman said in remarks carried on state television Friday.
The attempted launch, which came as indirect U.S.-Iran talks take place in A
Battery life has long been the Apple Watch’s biggest drawback. The issue only became more pronounced when the company went all-in on sleep-tracking with watchOS 7 in 2020. Rather than increasing the mAh on the hardware, Apple presented a workaround: an alert that pops up if the user dips
A World Championships derailed after a bike is found to be 7cm over a rule set to be scrapped in January.
Belgian junior Jens Verbrugghe had his Time Trial World Championship hopes dashed when his bike was rejected for illegal gearing moments before the start.
The young Belgian, w
It’s been nearly two years since BMW first debuted the M 1000 RR, its first motorcycle to carry the company’s high-performance M brand. We knew it wouldn’t be the first, though, after we broke the news that BMW had trademarked the name along with “M 1000 XR” and &
Jane on Larkin patrons dine as a man carries his belongings along the Cedar Street alley in the Lower Polk neighborhood.
Good morning, Bay Area. It’s Thursday, Sept. 22, and the first inflation relief checks will be mailed out soon. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
County conservation awarded a $3.4M contract to reduce the height of the dam and revitalize the area for recreation
Changes planned for Linn County’s Pinicon Ridge Park dam aim to turn it into a place where people and aquatic wildlife can live and play safer.
Last month, the coun
Fire has always been a peril for shipping, but the advent of lithium-ion batteries has elevated the risk to the point that it now is the most expensive cause of loss for the industry, according to a new bulletin issued by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty.
Randall Lund, a senior m
Connie Wilson Roberts passed away peacefully in the Arbor of Westminster Retirement Center on Sept. 16, six days after her 100th birthday. Connie was born Sept. 10, 1922 to Nellie Mae and Robert Carson Wilson and was raised in Austin, Texas.
As an energetic young girl, Connie took man
Oil, as many of my white shirts will stand testament to, is an absolute nightmare when it gets on your person. Even a drop or so on your fingers can require multiple scrubs to get rid off, because that’s precisely the na
U.S. air travel volume reached pre-pandemic numbers for the first time over the July 4 weekend, and there were nearly 20,000 flights with cancellations or delays.
Although I've always been team carry-on only, the headache that air travel has been this summer has only reinforced my d