More Samsung Galaxy Z Flip leaks, SpaceX blows up a rocket
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Leaked images shared on Chinese social media site weebo appear to show Samsung's rumored clamshell foldable phone the galaxy z flip in the flesh.
Four images surfaced by noted Twitter insider is universe shows a foldable with the Samsung user interface installed.
Possible announcement for the phone is rumored for around the time the company unveils the Galaxy S11 or S20 in early 2020.
A report by the New York Times Saturday detailed a start-up company it suggests might end privacy as we know it.
The company Clearview AI has developed a tool that can identify strangers from a single photo using a database of over 3 billion images scraped from sites such as Facebook, Venmo, and YouTube.
The powerful app has been provided to law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.
privacy advocates are concerned it could be used inappropriately Producing false matches in [UNKNOWN] enforcement investigations or for conducting mass surveillance.
And finally, a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster has blown up on its way to space.
Fortunately, that's exactly what Elon Musk's spaceflight company planned for On Sunday SpaceX performs one of its final safety checks on the Crew Dragon capsule by powering up the capsules thrusters for an in flight abort test.
The Spectacular explosive success of the test has SpaceX on track to be the first spaceflight company to take astronauts to the International Space Station as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
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