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The European Space Agency announced Monday that it had to perform evasive maneuvers to avoid colliding with a SpaceX Starlink satellite.
The European Space Agency said it was the first time it had to move a satellite in order to avoid a collision.
SpaceX released a batch of 60 Starling satellites back in May to provide wireless internet across the globe.
And eventually SpaceX hope to put 12,000 satellites in orbit.
That is concerned astronomers who fear the skies becoming a little too crowded.
Facebook may soon start hiding how many likes your selfies and baby photos get, according to a report by data miner Jane Wong.
In August, Facebook removed likes from Instagram as a way to ease the pressure of trying to score likes.
And it seems they'll now implement a similar system in Facebook's reactions.
Screenshots shared by one using the Facebook Android app showed that reaction numbers have been hidden.
While comments and shares are still visible.
And finally are you terrified of deepfakes yet?
The artificial intelligence face replacement technology is getting scary good.
On Friday, a new app known as ZAO was released on China's iOS app store, and it is a doozy.
It lets users upload a selfie and then superimposes their face in scenes from movies and TV shows like Game of Thrones.
Some users are questioning the apps user agreement, which originally stated the app developer Momo retain the rights to anything that users made.
Momo has since updated the user agreement but privacy concerns still abound.
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