Musk builds tiny submarine and Zuckerberg takes on BuffettThe most important tech stories this weekend include Elon Musk's efforts to rescue the trapped boys in Thailand and Mark Zuckerberg climbs the list of world's richest.
This is c/net, and these are the stories that matter right now. Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, built a tiny submarine to help rescue the group of boys stranded in a flooded cave in Thailand. On Saturday, his team of engineers created a child-sized vessel with parts from a Falcon rocket ship. By the time they had it up and running, the rescue mission was already on it's way but they will continue testing the submarine in California in case they need it to retrieve the remaining [UNKNOWN]. Next year's Galaxy Phones could have a facial recognition feature similar to the one on the iPhone 10. A report from Patently Apple said Samsung was just granted a patent For a biometric camera that would also use the iris scanner. Samsung is expected to unveil its Galaxy Note 9 at an August 9th event. But this feature is expected to debut on the 2019 Galaxy phones. [MUSIC] Mark Zuckerberg took Warren Buffet's spot as the third richest man in the world. According to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index, the Facebook CEO is worth $81.6 billion, 373 million more than Buffer who once held the title of the richest man alive. The only two people wealthier than Zuckerberg at this point are Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos of Amazon Who leads the pack with a total net worth of $142 billion. It pays to be a tech mogul in 2018. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app in the Apple or Google Play store.