SpaceX plans mission to Mars. Chinese Note 7 explodes. Amazon wants to deliver inside your home.
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SpaceX CEO [UNKNOWN] unveiled his mass colonization plans at the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico by showing a concept video.
The planned space craft, powered by 42 raptor engines could carry 100 people and would be three times larger than the Saturn 5 rocket That carried Nasa's Apollo mission to the moon mask caution that human need to be ready for a doomsday event saying Mars is a safer option than the hot acid-bar Venus if we're to become a multi-planetary species.
A customer in China has claimed that his new Samsung Galaxy Note seven caught fire while charging Burning two of his fingers and damaging a MacBook Pro.
China was excused from Samsung's global recall of the Note 7 because the company had previously said that Chinese versions used a different battery than handsets sold elsewhere.
Samsung also said yesterday that this part of the Note 7 recall that began on September Second They had recovered 60% of the faulty devices in the United States and South Korea and close to 57% in Europe.
Amazon could complete delivers inside your home when you are out.
The company is working with two smarthome companies August and Garageio that make connected locks and garage door openers The plan is to provide Amazon's couriers with a unique access key via their respective mobile app to gain temporary access and leave your package safely inside.
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