Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. William Shatner, best known for playing James T ke in the original cast of star Trek completed his first real trip to space. The actor blasted off the top of blue origin, a new shepherd rocket from the company's west Texas launch site early Wednesday morning. At 90 years old, this makes him oldest person to go to space. The experience was only the second crude flight ever for the space tourism company and lasted just over 10 minutes, a upon returning to earth Shatner [00:00:30] thanked blue origin, founder, Jeff Bezos. And describe the trip as profound. Looking ahead to next week, two major tech companies will be holding events where product upgrades are expected to be announced. Stuff is apple on Monday, October 18th at 10:00 AM. Pacific time livestreamed on the company's website. Apple's expected to introduce its next generation of Mac computers that could include new MacBook and a new, larger iMac outside of max.
Speaker 1: We could also see a new version of Apple's AirPods. And on Tuesday, October 19th, [00:01:00] Google is expect to unveil its pixel six and pixel six pro phones. However, someone leaked the news early photos and details were briefly published on a retailer's website. They were taken down, but only after screenshots were shared on Twitter features appear to include a new Titan M two security chip and new photo capabilities, including something called magic eraser that lets you remove things from your photo. The event will stream on the company's website at 10:00 AM. Pacific time we'll have live coverage of both events as they happen at CNET. [00:01:30] Stay to date with the latest by visiting CNET.