'Rogue One' tickets go on sale, and can tech save the rhino?Today's tech roundup gives you the latest on this year's Star Wars movie, sophisticated new techniques to save the rhino from extinction and highlights from Amazon's Cyber Monday sale.
This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter, right now. Tickets for Rogue One a Star Wars Story finally went on sale, in the US, at midnight. As was the case a year ago when The Force Awakens tickets dropped, cinema websites failed to meet demand. With frustrated fans taking to Twitter to complain about error messages or long waits when buying. New technology There's fresh hope to save endangered rhinos. Poachers slaughtering the animals to meet the demand for their horns which are believed to have medicinal properties in regions such as Asia have reduced most species to the brink of extinction. To save surviving rhinos in the wild, scientists are proposing solutions like the flooding the market with cheaper but genetically identical 3D printed synthetic horns And using stem cell technology to build rhinos from scratch. Meanwhile, a U.K. based nonprofit says it will install cameras in rhino horns to catch poachers in the act. Check out our full cnet magazine story online. [MUSIC] Black Friday is gone but Cyber Monday is here. cnet.com has a list of the best deals on amazon.com. Top buys include $20 off the Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, and $50 off the Playstation 4 Slim on-board with Uncharted 4. The online retail giant says it will have 75 thousand deals this week. With new offers appearing to customers as often as every five minutes. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple app store. [BLANK_AUDIO]