The iMac turns 20 and Facebook users stay loyal amid privacy outcry
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The iMac is officially 20 years old.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter on Sunday to share a video of former CEO Steve Jobs unveiling the computer in May 1998.
Designed by Jobs and Apple chief designer Jony Ive, the original iMac built a 233 MHz processor.
Four gig hard drive and cd rom drive inside the one colorful housing.
According to Cook the iMac forever changed the way people look at computers.
Most Facebook users are still loyal to the social network despite the company admitting in March that data from 87 million accounts was improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica.
According to a Reuters [UNKNOWN] online poll early Sunday, half of US Facebook users said they hadn't changed how much they used the site.
And another quarter said they were using it more.
And finally, NASAs Mars InSight lander successfully blasted off on Saturday on it's mission to explore the red planet.
INSA is carrying instruments to listen to Mars and measure seismic activity as well as tools to drill up to 16 feet below the Martian surface and measure the planets age.
INSA is expected to arrive on Mars in November.
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