Elon Musk unveils SpaceX Starship rocket, UK pushes for encrypted message access
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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has unveiled the latest build of the company starship announcing plans to get into orbit within six months.
The mark one prototype is fitted with three engines to help it reach an altitude of 12 miles.
SpaceX is already working on new prototypes with plans to send the fourth or fifth iteration of the starship into orbit.
Facebook and WhatsApp will have to give UK police access to encrypted messages under a new treaty with the US.
According to a report in Bloomberg on Saturday.
The treaty would require US based social media companies to share encrypted messages for investigations into serious crimes.
In a statement, Facebook said it respected law enforcement, but opposed government attempts to build back doors.
And finally, Motorola is set to unveil it's foldable phone by the end of the year, according to a source close to the company.
The reboot of the original Razor Clamshell phone was set to launch over summer but similar to Samsung's Galaxy fold had its release pushed back.
Unlike the Galaxy fold, licked images of Motorola's foldable phone show a device that folds in half vertically similar to the original Razor So.
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