Mate X launch date, US cyberstrikes and NASA's surprising discovery
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Huawei's first foldable phone the MATE X is almost here according to a report by tech writer, the phones released had been delayed to improve the quality of its photo screen.
That senior vice president Victor Pang gave an updated timeline saying it's coming in September at the latest.
Samsung's foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold has experienced similar delays, also citing screen troubles.
The Washington Post reports the US launched a number of cyber attacks on Iranian computer networks last week.
The cyber strikes were used to take down systems that control Iranian missile launches The news comes just days after Iran shot down a US surveillance drone the country stated was violating Iranian airspace.
However, the Post reports the cyber strike appears to have been in preparation since Iran attacked oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman earlier in June.
And finally, Aliens, well maybe NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has stumbled upon a surprising finding.
The rovers instruments detected the largest amount of methane ever measured on Mars leading some to speculate the finding could hint at signs of life.
Methane is an important molecule for organisms on earth so finding increased levels bodes well for the alien theorists, but NASA remains cautious.
The curiosity team will now investigate the finding with a different experiment to try and nail down where the meat is.
Thing is coming from.
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