Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Amazon's voice assistant now has the option for a new name and voice. Amazon echo users can now have their smart speakers answer to the name of Ziggy and have a masculine sounding voice talk back. Users can switch the wake word in the Alexa app. So in summon the assistant with the name Ziggy or choose whether or not you want the voice to be original or the new masculine sounding voice, Jeff Bezos [00:00:30] really wants his space flight company to go to the moon. The Amazon founder wrote an open letter offering to cover billions of dollars in costs. If NASA gave his blue origin space, east tourism company, the second contract to go to the moon, NASA calls this a human landing system contract, and it's aimed to send astronauts back to the moon. The first contract to head back to the moon was given to Elon Musk's SpaceX. Meanwhile, over at Mars NASA's helicopter ingenuity [00:01:00] has flown a total distance of one mile after completing its most complex flight yet in the 10th flight for the rotocraft a win as high as 40 feet scouting, an area called raised ridges. It's a place scientists are considering having the Rover visit, stay up the date with the latest by visiting seen it.