Speaker 1: This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Commercial space travel is entering uncharted territory. SpaceX has launched the first fully private mission to the international space station. The mission is called ax one, which is short for Axiom one. It's the first crude flight from Axiom space, a company at aims to eventually succeed the ISS and operate its own commercial space station in orbit. The Falcon nine rocket took off from the Kennedy space center on Friday morning [00:00:30] abort. The capsule is former NASA astronaut Michael Lopez Allegria as well as three paying crew members who will stay on the ISS for 10 days. Amazon is reportedly seeking a Revo after employees decided to unionize at its state island warehouse. The e-commerce giant says the regional branch of the national labor relations board engaged in voter suppression, noting that there were only three voting booths for thousands of employees. The company also alleges that the Amazon [00:01:00] labor union used and threats to get employees to vote to unionize warehouse workers in state island voted last week to join the new Amazon labor union. And finally Google FI's mobile plans just got a little cheaper. The company's basic simply unlimited plan dropped by $10 per line while the higher to here unlimited plus dropped by $5. Both plants have increased data caps and now include unlimited data calls and [00:01:30] texts to Canada and Mexico.
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