Congress members slam Apple over censorship, first all-female spacewalk
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A bipartisan group of U.S. Congress members has criticized Apple for censoring and removing apps from its app store at the behest of the Chinese government.
In a letter signed by lawmakers, including Republican Senator Ted Cruz and Democratic Representative Alexander Ocasio Cortez, the group urged Apple to stand with the brave men and women.
Fighting for basic rights and dignity in Hong Kong.
Apple has not commented on the statement.
NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica may have made history completing the first ever old female spacewalk.
The spacewalk started in the early hours of Friday morning and ran for more than 7 hours.
Longer than the planned five and a half.
The original space walk was scheduled to go ahead in March but had to be scrubbed after a spacesuit sizing problem meant the right suit components weren't available for two women.
And finally, first impressions of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL are in.
After going hands on with Google's new smartphones, CNET has given a thumbs up to their sleek industrial design, dual rear cameras, and new shooting features like low light mode for astro photography.
The other big winner, face unlock, which finally brings security on par with Apple's face ID to the world of Android.
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