SpaceX Crew Dragon returns to Earth, Elizabeth Warren sets sights on Apple
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SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule has landed safely back on Earth following a six-day mission.
Launched on March 2nd, the capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station allowing astronauts to enter it for the first time in space.
The Crew Dragon separated from the ISS late on Thursday and splashed down at the atlantic ocean on Friday morning.
Democratic presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren has put tech giants such as Google and Amazon on noxious for wielding too much power.
Now she says Apple should be broken apart from its Appstore.
In an interview published by The Verge on Saturday, the message she sent Senators Apple should either run the platform or the store, but should not get to do both.
And finally, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler who lifted the lid on sexual harassment on Uber two years ago says the world has changed for the better since then.
Speaking South by Southwest on Sunday, Faller said Silicon Valley in 2017 was at the height of decay.
But the Me Too had allowed people to take their story back.
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