Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, styling founder, Elon Musk says the company's satellite broadband service will be available everywhere across the globe from August except the north and south poles. The high speed broadband service uses more than 1800 low orbit satellites to provide internet access to more than 69,000 active users currently spread across 12 countries. Speaking during a live stream for mobile world Congress on Tuesday, Musk said the company was [00:00:30] on its way to having possibly over 500,000 users. Within 12 months, Microsoft has launched the insider preview of windows 11, opening the beta version of the software to member of its insider program. The new version of windows offers updated features like widgets, snap, layouts, virtual desktops, and a new Microsoft store. For those not in the insider program, the new OS will be available free to all windows 10 users. During the 2021 holiday season, a us [00:01:00] federal court has dismissed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook brought by the FTC and more than 40 us states. The federal trade commission filed the suit in 2020, alleging Facebook had illegally squashed its competition in a bid to hold monopoly power. But a federal judge found that the FTC hadn't given enough evidence to support its claim and gave the commission in 30 days to file an amended complaint. Facebook's market capitalization passed 1 trillion for the first time ever following [00:01:30] the news, stay up to date with the latest by visiting.