Ben Gilbert, provided by Published 3:01 pm CDT, Friday, April 12, 2019 Sony Sony is finally givingPlayStation 4 owners a long-requested feature: the ability to change their PlayStation Network (PSN) IDs. PSN IDs are essentially online usernames on the PS4 — a holdover from the PlayStation 3 era of Sony game consoles. Because of the way that PSN was built, there was no way to change your PSN ID without losing everything tied to it: game purchases, saves, trophy data, friends, and much more. Starting on April 10, PS4 users can finally change their PSN names. Here's how! Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sony is finally giving users one of the most requested PlayStation 4 features: the ability to change their online name. The PlayStation 4's online service, PlayStation Network (PSN), hasn't allowed its tens of millions of users to change their usernames since its inception on Sony's previous PlayStation console. That means any games … [Read more...] about The most-requested PlayStation 4 feature is live — here’s how to use it
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Dave Mosher, provided by Published 6:25 pm PST, Thursday, February 21, 2019 SpaceIL On Thursday night, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the first-ever private moon mission. SpaceIL, a nonprofit organization based in Israel, designed and built the 1,322-pound lunar lander called "Beresheet," which means "in the beginning" (the first words in the Bible). SpaceIL started as a Google Lunar XPrize team and is backed by South African billionaire Morris Kahn. If the Beresheet mission survives a weeks-long trip to the lunar surface, it will make Israel the fourth country ever to pull off a moon landing. SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, just launched the first private lunar lander in history. Whether or not the mission successfully lands on the moon's surface in about two months, the effort will carry lasting significance to Israel and the country's nascent space industry. But if everything works as planned, Israel will become the fourth nation ever to … [Read more...] about SpaceX just launched an Israeli mission toward the moon. If successful, it would be the world’s first private lunar landing.
SpaceX is about to launch a Falcon 9 rocket that will carry the first-ever private moon mission. SpaceIL, a nonprofit organisation based in Israel, designed and built the 1,300-pound lunar lander called “Beresheet,” which means “in the beginning” (the first words in the Bible). SpaceIL started as a Google Lunar XPrize team and is backed by South African billionaire Morris Kahn. If the Beresheet lunar mission works, it’d make Israel the fourth country ever to pull off a moon landing. SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, is about to launch the first private lunar lander. Whether or not the moon mission succeeds, the effort will carry lasting significance to Israel and the country’s nascent space industry. But if everything works as planned, Israel will become the fourth nation ever to land on the lunar surface. (Japan, India, and Europe have crashed probes into the lunar surface but not gently set down any robots.) The $US100 … [Read more...] about SpaceX is about to launch an Israeli mission to the moon. If successful, it would be the world’s first private lunar landing.
By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top stock index climbed on Wednesday, with Pearson's outlook impressing the market, while mid-cap Mediclinic sank by a fifth after its results missed estimates. The FTSE 100 <.FTSE> was up 0.3 percent by 0835 GMT after weaker-than-expected inflation data took the pound down a notch. The index is dominated by international exporters, who benefit from a weaker currency. Shares in education publisher Pearson <PSON.L> topped the FTSE with a 3.9 percent rise after it stuck to its target of returning to profit this year. "The education giant has been shifting away from more traditional classroom materials in favour of digital, and progress there looks more positive," said Nicholas Hyett, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. Pearson is a widely shorted stock, and the amount of shares out on loan has risen this year, data from FIS Astec Analytics showed. A weak update from mid-cap housebuilder Crest Nicholson <CRST.L> sent the … [Read more...] about FTSE 100 rises, led by Pearson; Mediclinic sinks as earnings sag