SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with ISS, Galaxy S10 Plus reviews are in
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Spacex is one step closer to sending humans to space after its Crew Dragon capsule successfully docked with the international space station.
The uncrewed capsule was on top of a Falcon 9 rocket early Saturday It marks the next step for space ex under NASA's commercial crew program, which will eventually get humans into low earth orbit without private companies like Space Ex.
Reviews for the Galaxy S 10 plus are in and Samsung's newest flagship phone has received high praise for its amulet screen, all day battery life, and wireless power sharing feature.
While low light shots on the camera don't rate as highly, the S10 plus is still shaping up as one of the top premium phones of 2019.
You can read the full review on cnet.com.
And finally, Lyft has publically filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission ahead of its IPO.
The ride hailing company is one of many tech companies set to float on the stock exchange in 2019.
Alongside rival, Uber.
Lyft's initial public offering could come as soon as April and see the company reach evaluation of as much a $25 billion.
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